Landon Martinez & Trevor Dye – The future looks brighter in Oregon City, here are two reasons why

Oregon City won’t be a favorite to win the Three Rivers League this year.  In fact, they won’t be favored to win many games.  Coming off a (4-7) year, the Pioneers also are dealing with the loss of their head coach.  But if you talk to the players on the team, you don’t get the sense that they are throwing in the towel on the season.  In fact, there’s a new aura of confidence…

August 21, 2011
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Recruiting Tips – A weekly guide for parents and athletes to help in the recruiting process

Recruiting has always been a crazy business, never more so than today.  From the hundreds of different rules, to the different styles of coaches, this is a process that can swallow kids and families whole if it’s not handled the right way. Conversely, if it’s done the right way, it can be the greatest experience a family ever goes through.  I’ve seen this process drive a wedge between a kid and their parents,…

August 21, 2011
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Things look promising in Stayton with the dynamic duo of Reece Hack and Austin Foster

If you don’t live in or around the city of Stayton, you’ve probably never heard of Stayton High School football.  And for good reason, as it’s a small town and hasn’t historically been a football powerhouse.  But that’s all starting to change, and there are a few names that are the reason why.  Austin Foster is one of those kids you won’t see on any Blue Chip list.  He’s not a 4 or 5…

August 21, 2011
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Everyone goes through adversity, what separates them is how they handle it

Adversity is a word that is thrown around loosely and non chalantly.  I’m sure you could ramble off at least 5 cliché’s about adversity just off the top of your head.  “It’s not how many times you get knocked down, it’s how many times you get back up”.  That’s one I’ve heard since my first athletic days and have heard nonstop ever since.  Yes, it’s a true statement, sort of.  To keep getting up means…

August 21, 2011
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UW Event – Oregon / Washington Dream Team

The Barton Premier Marketing Event at UW put the Northwest on the map with one of the top camps in the country…400 plus kids attended the event, 31 of which had Division 1 offers. (Ten of those 31) had already committed.

Ninety percent of the kids on the Top 100 from each state were in attendance. It set the stage for what we now know as NEI..Here is a

August 21, 2011
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