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Crook County Football

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Crook County Cowboys
Based inPrineville, Oregon
Head coachPard Smith
League4A-SD2 Special District 2
ColorsBlue and gold   

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The Crook County Cowboys are the American Football team at Crook County High School in Prineville, Oregon. The Cowboys compete in the 4A Special District 2 Football Conference in Central Oregon.[1] In 2021, Crook County hired Pard Smith as the new head football coach.[2][3] Crook County is noted by The Oregonian as one of the 25 most dominant teams in Oregon high school football history. [4]


First Football Game Played in Central Oregon[edit]

The first high school football game played in Central Oregon was played between Crook County and Bend High on Thanksgiving Day, 1910.[5] The football team from Bend traveled to Prineville by horse and carriage through Powell Butte. The final score is still disputed, but both newspapers in Prineville and Bend reported Crook County winning by at least two touchdowns.

Team Record[6][edit]

Year (Descending) Record Head Coach
2021 2-7 Pard Smith
2021 (Spring) 3-3 Ryan Cochran
2019 4-5 Ryan Cochran
2018 3-5 Ryan Cochran
2017 3-6 Ryan Cochran
2016 1-9 Ryan Cochran
2015 6-4 Ryan Cochran
2014 7-3 Ryan Cochran
2013 5-4 Ryan Cochran
2012 5-4 Ryan Cochran
2011 3-7 Ryan Cochran
2010 7-3 Ryan Cochran
2009 2-8 Woody Bennett
2008 3-7 Woody Bennett
2007 2-7 Shea Little
2006 0-9 Shea Little
2005 2-7 Shea Little
2004 1-8 Steve Turner

Playoff Appearances[7][edit]

Year Record League Result
1950 0-1 A Lost quarterfinals
1951 0-1 A Lost first round
1952 3-0 A-2 Won state championship
1953 3-0 A-2 Won state championship
1954 0-1 A-2 Lost quarterfinals
1955 0-1 A-2 Lost quarterfinals
1980 1-1 AAA Lost second round
1983 1-1 AAA Lost second round
1984 5-0 AAA Won state championship
1987 0-1 AAA Lost first round
1988 0-1 AAA Lost first round
1993 0-1 4A Lost first round
1997 0-1 4A Lost first round

Championships[8] [9][edit]

Year Overall Record League Location Opponent Final Score Head Coach
1952 ? A-2 Multnomah Stadium, Portland St. Helens 25-12 Keith DeCourcey
1953 ? A-2 Multnomah Stadium, Portland Estacada 31-14 Keith DeCourcey
1984 14-0 AAA Civic Stadium, Portland Lakeridge 28-6 Bob Crofcheck


Name Award Year
Bob Crofcheck Coach of the year (AAA) 1984
Bruce Scanlon Offensive player of the year (AAA) 1984

Notable Alumni[edit]

Darrel Aschbacher played for Crook County and was a member of the 1952 state championship team.[11]


  1. "OSAA - Teams". Retrieved 2022-01-26.
  2. Austin, Lon. "Smith takes over as CCHS football coach". Retrieved 2022-01-26.
  3. "Crook County football believes in winning". The Bulletin. Retrieved 2022-02-01.
  4. Oregonian/OregonLive, Jerry Ulmer | The (2016-11-26). "The top 25 most dominant teams in Oregon high school football history". oregonlive. Retrieved 2022-01-26.
  5. Bulletin, Beau Eastes • The. "First Central Oregon football game in 1910". The Bulletin. Retrieved 2022-01-28.
  6. "Crook County Football History". MaxPreps. Retrieved 2022-01-31. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  7. "OSAA Football Playoff Summaries" (PDF). Retrieved 2022-01-31.
  8. "OSAA Football Championships" (PDF). OSAA. Retrieved 2022-01-27. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  9. Bigelow, Bill. "Most improbable champions". The Bulletin. Retrieved 2022-02-01.
  10. Oregonian/OregonLive, Karly Imus | The (2015-04-16). "All-State archives: 1984 Oregonian All-State football team". oregonlive. Retrieved 2022-02-01.
  11. Bulletin, Mark Morical / The. "College football". The Bulletin. Retrieved 2022-01-26.

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