**This list is a way to showcase the weeks top performances. I am sure I missed a few and would like to know the ones I did. You can either comment on here or send me an email at Ringerland@gmail.com, and I will be sure to add them.**
Amandre Williams, QB ’15, Tahoma – Williams is being recruited as a defensive lineman, but in a 48-41 win over Rogers, the junior completed 37 of 50 passes for 579 yards and five touchdowns. He added a rushing TD, to help the Bears move to 2-0 on the young season. His 579 yards ranks second all-time in state history for a single game.
Griffen Stacy, QB ’15 / Kyler Ooley, WR ’15, Rogers – In a losing effort, Stacy completed 27 of 48 passes for 484 yards and six touchdowns. All six went to Kyler Oooley, who finished the night with 12 catches, for 318 yards. Ooley finished the night with 502 all-purpose yards.
Collin Montez, RB ’17, Marysville Getchell – The Chargers lost a heartbreaker to Jackson 27-21 in overtime on Friday night. Montez carried 45 times for 314 yards and two touchdowns.
Gunner Talkington, QB ’17, Battle Ground – Talkington had a bit of a coming out party in a 38-29 win over Spanaway Lake. He finished the night completing 23 of 30 passes for 372 yards with four touchdowns, and 492 yards of total offense. Talkington is a name you will want to keep an eye on in the 2017 recruiting class.
Todd Beamer Defense – The Titans looked like a long shot to win last week, as they played host to the high powered Evergreen Plainsmen of Vancouver. All they did was limit the Plainsmen offense to 2 of 16 passing and only one yard through the air in a 33-0 thumping. Evergreen was only able to muster 68 total yards of offense.
Pasco Bulldogs – Congratulations are in store for the Bulldogs, who got their first win since November 3rd of 2011 when they beat Sunnyside 36-13. The win snaps a 21 game losing streak.
Julius Yates-Brown, QB ’15 / Keun Thompson, WR ’15, Wilson – The Rams are 2-0 after blasting rival Stadium 43-12. Yates-Brown, who is one of the state’s top Dual-threat QBs, finished the night 7 of 11 passing for 220 yards and two touchdowns. Thompson hauled in four catches for 139 yards and one score.
Eli Whitmire, RB ’15, Woodland – Whitmire did a little bit of everything for the Beavers in a 44-0 win over La Center. The senior had two punt return touchdowns, carried nine times for 120 yards and a touchdown, and also caught two passes for 32 yards.
Austin Joyner, RB ’15, Marysville Pilchuck – Your weekly Austin Joyner update reveals the senior finished the night with 13 carries for 179 yards and four touchdown. Joyner scored on runs of 78, 30, 22 and 3 yards, as the Tomahawks topped Lake Stevens 40-28 in a non-league game.
Connor Wedington, RB ’17, Sumner – In a 51-14 win over Shelton, Wedington carried 15 times for 165 yards and four touchdowns, averaging 11 yards per carry. Wedington is one of the top backs in the 2017 recruiting class.
Austin Urlacher, RB ’15, Chiawana – The defending champs got their first win of the year when they hammered Wenatchee 42-7. Urlacher finished with 223 yards on 28 carries and four touchdowns (33, 1, 1 and 25 yards). Urlacher is very much an under-the-radar athlete in the 2015 class.
Conner Kennedy, RB ’15, Capital – Kennedy carried 34 times in a 17-7 win over rival Olympia in the annual Spaghetti Bowl. The senior finished with 177 yards and two touchdowns as the Cougars improved to 1-1 on the year.
Kody Martinez, ATH ’15, Washington – Martinez is a dynamic all-around athlete, and did his best to show it last week in a 32-22 win over West Seattle. He finished with 18 carries for 185 yards and three rushing TDs, while intercepting two passes on defense, returning both for touchdowns.
Brett Rypien, QB ’15, Shadle Park – The Boise State commit had another big day, completing 28 of 46 passes for 338 yards and four touchdowns, as the Highlanders went on the road and the Richland Bombers 36-24 in a non-league matchup.
Calvin Cardwell, RB ’15, Bremerton – The Spartans are 2-0 after thumping Klahowya 35-7. Cardwell carried 28 times for 309 yards and four touchdowns, and is now one of the states top rushers with 506 yards on the season.
Jason Holt, QB ’15, Wellpinit – Holt makes the list for the second straight week, this time rushing for 308 yards and five touchdowns, and throwing for 159 yards and two more scores. The Redskins are 2-0 after thrashing Curlew 50-12.
Braiden Beckman, LB ’15, Kentridge – Beckman finished the night with 17 tackles, 4 being for a loss and was credited with a half sack, in just three quarters of play. He now has 41 total tackles through two games this season.
Tanner Myhre, QB ’15, Nooksack Valley – The Pioneers are now 2-0 following a 40-34 win over Montesano. Myhre finished the night 280 yards through the air, another 148 yards on the ground, and scored five touchdowns.
Davis Alexander, QB ’16 / Adrian Valona, RB ’16, Gig Harbor – Following a 52-0 beat down of Auburn Riverside, the Tides are now and ranked 5th in 4A. Alexnder (3) and Valona (3) combined for six total touchdowns. Alexander paced the offense with 276 yards of total offense.
Nic Henry, RB ’15, Rainier – The senior leader helped the Mountaineers top Kittitas 33-0. Henry carried 12 times for 189 yards and a touchdown, as Rainier improved to 2-0 on the young season.
Major Ali, RB ’15, Peninsula – The Seahawks got back on track with a 43-0 thrashing of South Kitsap. Ali carried 24 for 191 yards, 155 coming in the first half, and two touchdowns.
Sterling Somers, QB ’16 / Jonathan Whetnall, ATH ’15, Lynden – Somers completed 22 of 30 passes for 296 yards and two touchdown. He also rushed for 61 yards on 9 carries and a touchdown. Whetnall had 2 catches and a TD offensively, but it was his three INTs that get him on this list. The Lions topped Lakewood 38-21 in a non-league game.
Matt Laris, WR/TE ’16, Eastside Catholic – At 6-foot-4 and 215 pounds, Laris is a tough matchup for just about any defender. This week he finished with six catches for 137 yards and a touchdown, as the Crusaders blasted Enumclaw 44-0 in a non-league game.
Justin Cachopo, QB ’15, Lynnwood – The Royals are off to a great start after shutting out 55-0, they are 2-0 and have yet to allow a point. This week Cachopo was the star on offense, completing 13 of 26 passes for 319 yards and four touchdowns.
Salvon Ahmed, ATH ’17, Juanita – The Rebels are 2-0 after a 52-29 win over Mountain View (Vancouver). Ahmed had 150 yards on seven carries, and touchdown runs of 58, 47 and 27, all in the first half.