Pine Eagle joins 6-man football ranks

WILSONVILLE – The 2019 football season was a rough one for the Pine Eagle Spartans. Playing in the 1A 8-man league, the Spartans finished up the year with a 2-5 record. The season concluded with a forfeit to Adrian/Jordan Valley to close out the year as Pine Eagle lacked players to take the field because of injuries.

For the 2020 season, the Spartans will need to field a couple fewer players as Pine Eagle joins the crowded jumble in the 1A Special District 4 (6-man) league.

1A Special District 4 (6-man)

Burnt River – The Bulls teamed with Prairie City last season, finishing 4-4 while grabbing a second place league finish.

Condon – The Blue Devils joined with Sherman to finish 7-2 last year, but struggled in league play, finishing 2-2 and tied for fourth.

Dayville/Monument – The Tigers fell just under a .500 finish for the year with a 3-4 record.

Echo – The Cougars wrapped up the season with a 3-4 record, but finished 2-2 in league play, tied with Condon/Sherman for fourth.

Harper – The Hornets joined with Huntington to finish 1-3 on the year, the fewest games played among all the teams in the league. This is a team needing to see the field on a few more occasions this upcoming year.

Huntington – The Locomotives, joined in a cooperative with Harper, finished 1-3.

 Joseph – The Eagles were the team to beat last year, finishing with a 6-1 record including a perfect 5-0 league standing and a league title.

Mitchell/Spray/Wheeler – The trio of three schools struggled in the 2019 season, winning only a single game and failing to find a victory in league games.

Prairie City – The Panthers joined with Burnt River last season for a second place league standing and a 4-4 record.

Sherman – The Huskies joined with Condon for a 7-2 record.

South Wasco County – The Redsides picked up a third place in the league standings after winning their final two games of the season.

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