‘One more’: Clackamas, South Medford to meet at state

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Clackamas is heading to the 6A state championship for the first time in school history after a 52-7 win over TIgard on Nov. 24, 2017 (KOIN)

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — If you happened to look at Clackamas quarterback Mitchell Modjeski’s Twitter account on Friday morning you’d notice a simple, 2-word bio.

“2 more,” it read.

By Friday evening, @mitch_mojo23 had changed his bio, encapsulating all you needed to know about a historic 2017 Cavaliers team not satisfied: “1 more.”

Clackamas QB Mitchell Modjeski says the undefeated Cavaliers aren’t satisfied with making the state title game — they want to win it all. (KOIN)

The undefeated Cavaliers, who have made statement after statement this season, made another one on Friday at Hillsboro Stadium, beating Tigard 52-7 in the 6A state semifinals.

The Cavaliers will face the winner of South Medford in the state final. The Panthers beat Lake Oswego 49-27.

Clackamas opened the game scoring 35 unanswered points, putting zero doubt about what the end result would be.

After the game, Modjeski echoed his team’s mentality.

“It’s a really big victory for us, first time going to the state championship,”Modjeski said. “But we’re not settled yet. We want to win it all.”

Clackamas RB James Millspaugh celebrates a TD in the 6A semifinals against Tigard on Nov. 24, 2017 (KOIN)

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