Portland Interscholastic League
The Portland Interscholastic League (PIL) is a high school athletic conference in Portland, Oregon that is a member of the Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA). It consists of high schools in the Portland Public Schools district. Competition among member schools dates back to at least 1900.
The conference has nine schools in the OSAA 6A classification. The teams in the conference had competed in as many as three classifications since 2006, but were unified in the 6A classification for the 2014–2015 season.
|Benson Polytechnic High School||1,026||Techmen||1919|
|Cleveland High School||1,586||Warriors||1916|
|Franklin High School||1,745||Quakers||1914|
|Grant High School||1,512||Generals||1924|
|Jefferson High School||677||Democrats||1908|
|Lincoln High School||1,705||Cardinals||1869|
|Madison High School||1,146||Senators||1957|
|Roosevelt High School||859||Roughriders||1922|
|Wilson High School||1,512||Trojans||1956|
- Adams High School (closed 1981)
- Jackson High School (closed 1981)
- James John High School (closed 1921)
- Marshall High School (closed 2011)
- Washington-Monroe High School (closed 1981)
Hall of Fame
The PIL Hall of Fame Association was established in 1981 to honor athletes, coaches, and administrators who have been a part of the PIL.
PIL Boys Basketball State Champions
PIL Teams have competed in the OSAA State Basketball Championship since it was first held in 1919.
|1919||---||Lincoln (14-0)||George Dewey|
|1921||---||Franklin (17-1)||Colton Meek|
|1928||---||Washington (23-3)||Eldon Jenne|
|1945||A||Washington (26-2)||Ted Schopf|
|1949||A||Roosevelt (24-6)||Rollie Rourke|
|1952||A||Lincoln (24-3)||Jim Partlow|
|1956||A-1||Franklin (22-4)||Mel Krause|
|1957||A-1||Lincoln (22-4)||Wayne Sturdivant|
|1959||A-1||Franklin (22-5)||Don Peterson|
|1969||A-1||Grant (26-1)||Ed Rooney|
|1971||AAA||Benson (26-2)||Dick Gray|
|1973||AAA||Benson (26-1)||Dick Gray|
|1974||AAA||Benson (25-2)||Dick Gray|
|1981||AAA||Benson (25-1)||Dick Gray|
|1985||AAA||Wilson (22-2)||Dick Beachell|
|1986||AAA||Grant (24-1)||John Stilwell|
|1989||AAA||Wilson (25-1)||Dick Beachell|
|1990||AAA||Benson (23-4)||Dick Gray|
|1991||4A||Wilson (26-0)||Dick Beachell|
|2000||4A||Jefferson (28-0)||Marshall Haskins|
|2008||6A||Grant (22-6)||Tony Broadous|
|2008||5A||Jefferson (25-1)||Marshall Haskins|
|2009||5A||Jefferson (20-6)||Pat Strickland|
|2010||5A||Jefferson (20-6)||Pat Strickland|
|2013||5A||Jefferson (24-4)||Pat Strickland|
|2014||5A||Jefferson (26-1)||Pat Strickland|
|2017||6A||Jefferson (27-1)||Pat Strickland|
|2018||6A||Grant (25-4)||Robert Key|
- "PIL History". Portland Interscholastic League. Archived from the original on December 24, 2005.
- Nick Daschel (June 27, 2014). "Portland Interscholastic League undergoes a big makeover as it prepares for moving to Class 6A". OregonLive. Retrieved March 29, 2018.
- Jeff Smith (September 6, 2013). "Portland Interscholastic League athletic director Marshall Haskins leads charge to bring all nine schools together in Class 6A". OregonLive. Retrieved March 29, 2018.
- "School Profiles & Enrollment Data 2017–2018" (PDF). Portland Public Schools. p. 10. Retrieved September 4, 2018.
- "OSAA Boys Basketball Championships". Oregon School Activities Association. Archived from the original on March 29, 2018.
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