After South took a first quarter lead on a 40 yard pass Craig Contreas to Mark Winans, North Medford's quarterback Troy Fowler took over the game. Following a 4 yard touchdown run by Nick Janakes, Fowler threw for three touchdown passes in the second and third quarters.
The first was a five yard pass to Eugene Ellis late in the second quarter. Just before halftime Fowler connected with Jared Evans for a 24 yard score. Evans would go on to set a Black and Blue record for receptions with 11 and yard with 149. Touchdown three in that span came mid-way through the third quarter as Fowler and Evans hooked up again, this time from 4 yards out. By the the Black Tornado held a 35-7 lead. In the first quarter Fowler had a touchdown pass to Evans to give him four touchdown passes for the night.
North closed out its scoring for the night when Fowler passed to Janakes, who then passed Ellis for a 28 yard touchdown pass.
South struggled to maintain any offensive momentum added another score late in the third period when Contreas found Noah Terando for a 28 yard touchdown pass.
North will host Roseburg Friday night, in a game that just a few weeks ago looked like it would for the title. Since then Roseburg has lost three straight and has fallen out of the running. Instead North will be looking to win the title outright with a win over Roseburg, knowing it will have no worse than a tie for the title and the top seed for the conference.
Meanwhile South will visit Crater in a game that will decide seeding for the play-in round. The play-in round begins Nov.1, with the first round of playoffs scheduled to begin one week later.