FRIDAY NIGHT FEVER: Giant Killers and 3-days rest

The sunset paints the sky at North Eugene high school during Friday night football. The Churchill Lancers defeated the North Eugene Highlanders 56-0 Friday night. After Friday night’s game Churchill is now leading the conference with a 4-0 overall season record. Photo by Dillon Vibes

EUGENE, Ore. - After smoke and poor air quality derailed a few games in the Willamette Valley last week, clear skies and warm weather are in the forecast for another night full of high school action.

Different story lines are weaved throughout the schedule this week, with both South Eugene and Sheldon playing on a 3-day turnaround after their week 3 games were postponed due to smoke.

Up north, No. 5 Silverton faces the defending champion No. 6 Silverton, who loss to No. 1 Crescent Valley last week.

And in our Game of the Week, Elmira will play host to the defending Sky-Em League champion Cottage Grove Lions in a battle of two undefeated teams. Elmira is coming into the game as an underdog, but all week they have attempted to take on the role of "Giant Killers."

No matter the outcome, Week 4 is sure to be filled with high-scoring affairs and gritty victories. As always, tune into Friday Night Fever on NBC 16 at 11:15 p.m. for headlines, highlights, scores and more.

Cottage Grove 41, Elmira 18:

Silverton 31, Lebanon 30:

Sheldon 35, North Medford 7:

Roseburg 42, South Eugene 6:

Grants Pass 33, Willamette 31:

Santiam Christian 27, Willamina 9:

Crescent Valley 45, Corvallis 44 OT:

Churchill 56, North Eugene 0:

Marist 55, Ashland 22:

South Albany 24, Central 7:

Monroe 46, Lost River 7:

Cascade 50, Harrisburg 26:

Thurston 57, Eagle Point 0:

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