2014 in Numbers


The last time Central Catholic won the Oregon state football championships, Dwight D.
Eisenhower was the U.S. President, Perry Como was popular on radio, and I Love Lucy
dominated television. 60 years later, the undefeated Rams returned to the state
championship game, defeating rival Jesuit to complete a perfect 14-0 season.

In a relatively close game separated by 1 point at half time, senior Ryan Nall proved to
be the difference rushing for 196 yards and three touchdowns, and making a crucial third quarter
interception that helped the Rams secure the win 38-28 in the OSAA 6A state final at Jeld-
Wen field. Jesuit (11-3) was trying to avenge the September 20th loss to Central
Catholic in what is commonly known as “The Holy War”.

Jesuit found early success with their running game as junior running back Chase
Morrison ran through the defense for 159 yards and three touchdowns. He led the
Crusaders on another successful scoring drive in the third quarter which tied the score
28-28 after a four-yard touchdown pass from QB Eric Restic to tight end Henry
Mondeaux. Central
Catholic answered on their next possession when Cameron Scarlett
grabbed the ball and sprinted 47 yards into the end zone, bringing the score to 35-28
late in the third quarter.

Jesuit did their best to tie the score once again in the fourth quarter, but the Ramʼs
defense was one step quicker, adding pressure from every angle, and making the big
plays that ultimately made the difference. Senior defensive back Aaron Washington had
key interceptions during Jesuitʼs last two possessions, including a fantastic 67 yard
return from two yards in the end zone that secured the victory. The defense was solid
late in the game and was complimented by big plays from Connor Humphreys, Ronnie
Rust, Tyson Cooper, Derek Reed, and Matt Vanoudenhaegen.

The 2013 Central Catholic Rams successfully completed the mission for a perfect
season and OSAA Class 6A football champions. They now join the 1952 and 1953
championship teams that are forever cemented in history, adding to the legacy and
pride of the Central Catholic community.

Congratulations to the players and coaching staff for an outstanding season. After a 60
year drought of not being in the state finals, itʼs time to celebrate the success of a long
season that now bridges the gap of Central Catholic alumni past and present. Thank
you for an outstanding season of football. Weʼll be back next year!!


Go Rams!


Join Us for the Alumni Football Event!
The Rams Roll Into Semi Finals
FB Recap: Rams defeat  McNary,  Reach State Playoff Quarterfinals
Connor Humphreys Selected as U.S. Army All-American!

 RAMS Football Camps Schedule will be available Spring 2014