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‘Four points!’ After coming oh-so-close in 2019, Crater football itching to give it another go

Here’s our look at the Crater Comets of the Class 5A Midwestern League.
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By Rockne Andrew Roll

Over the next few weeks, SBLive Oregon will break down every 6A, 5A and 4A football team in the state in anticipation of a six-week season in March and April. Even if the season is postponed or canceled, we will continue to highlight more than a hundred teams and more than a thousand players in Oregon. Here’s our look at the Crater Comets of the Class 5A Midwestern League. 



Berk Brown, first season


Overall record: 11-2

League record: 5-0, first in Midwestern League South

Playoffs: Beat Hillsboro 49-0 in first round; beat Parkrose 49-0 in quarterfinals; beat West Albany 30-24 in semifinals, lost 14-10 to Thurston in final


RB/DB Gavin Acrey, first team offense and defense, offensive player of the year

WR Chase Sherer, first team

OL Gerritt Warner, first team

OL Jacob Memmott, first team

PK/P/QB Trever Davis, first team kicker and punter, second team offense

LB Tyler Ennis, first team defense, defensive player of the year

LB Brady Brock, first team

DB Bruce Cwiklinski, first team

DL Jacob Chenoweth, second team

LB James Ruth, second team

DB Robert Amoson, honorable mention


Dawson Douglas, sr., WR/DB

Sixth in Class 5A in regular-season receiving touchdowns in 2019, Douglas will see his spot in the formation shift throughout his senior year as new coach Berk Brown tweaks the offense. “We’re going to line him up wherever we think the matchup is the best,” Brown said. Douglas knows the playbook inside and out — as one would expect of the offensive coordinator’s son — so he’s more than up to the task. He’ll also play safety.