Fans cheer the Antelopes in the 1A state championship game on Saturday, Nov. 30, in Hermiston. Wearing No. 27 is Stella Nichols, below her is Breanna Morford, to her left is Mariah Furtado, and to her left is Isabelle Garza. To the left of Morford is Miley Zimmerman, below her is Lucy Martin, and to the left of them is Zoe Nelson. (Kat Sillonis/Special to the Enterprise)

HERMISTON - The Adrian/Jordan Valley Antelopes finished their 2019 football season undefeated after beating St. Paul in the 1A state title game on Saturday, Nov. 30.

Fans of the team, a blend of players from Adrian and Jordan Valley high schools, made the trip to cheer on the Lopes, who won 38-32. The Lopes posted a 13-0 record. Adrian won the state football title last in 2014.

Two other eastern Oregon teams finished as state champions - La Grande and Heppner.

Fans cheer the Antelopes in the 1A state championship game on Saturday, Nov. 30, in Hermiston. (Kat Sillonis/Special to the Enterprise)

Vikkie Price celebrates a great play by the Antelopes in the 1A state championship game on Saturday, Nov. 30, in Hermiston. (Kat Sillonis/Special to the Enterprise)

Students from Adrian and Jordan Valley cheer on the team in the 1A state championship game on Saturday, Nov. 30, in Hermiston. (Kat Sillonis/Special to the Enterprise)

Katie Davis celebrates a great play by the Antelopes in the 1A state championship game on Saturday, Nov. 30, in Hermiston. (Kat Sillonis/Special to the Enterprise)

A young fan watches the Antelopes in the 1A state championship game on Saturday, Nov. 30, in Hermiston. (Kat Sillonis/Special to the Enterprise)

Fans cheer the Antelopes in the 1A state championship game on Saturday, Nov. 30, in Hermiston. (Kat Sillonis/Special to the Enterprise)

Fans cheer the Antelopes in the 1A state championship game on Saturday, Nov. 30, in Hermiston. (Kat Sillonis/Special to the Enterprise)

Jennifer Martin cheers the Antelopes in the 1A state championship game on Saturday, Nov. 30, in Hermiston. Sons Conley and Jace play for the Lopes and Conley was named player of the game. (Kat Sillonis/Special to the Enterprise)

Fans cheer the Antelopes in the 1A state championship game on Saturday, Nov. 30, in Hermiston. (Kat Sillonis/Special to the Enterprise)

Lauren Bond cheers the Antelopes in the 1A state championship game on Saturday, Nov. 30, in Hermiston. Her brother Wade plays on the team. (Kat Sillonis/Special to the Enterprise)

Fans cheer the Antelopes in the 1A state championship game on Saturday, Nov. 30, in Hermiston. (Kat Sillonis/Special to the Enterprise)

Fans cheer the Antelopes in the 1A state championship game on Saturday, Nov. 30, in Hermiston. (Kat Sillonis/Special to the Enterprise)