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The three factors that led this Oregon HS to its first state title in 60 years

Central Catholic High School in Portland, Ore., hadn't won a state championship since 1953, until this season. The video below credits three traits that led the club to its title: hunger, humility and a squad full of hunters. 

I'd say it has something to do with the 109 touchdowns. The Rams set a state of Oregon record with 764 total points scored in their 14 games. Central Catholic finished the season ranked 22nd nationally by USA Today.

Speaking of national rankings, something tells me we could see this video again in the high school division of this summer's FootballScoop Video of the Year contest. It's pretty darn good.