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6-8 Drake Brennan & Grants Pass both legit, and hosting state champion Sheldon: By Jordan Johnson

       Anyone familiar with Oregon high school football will tell you that Grants Pass has some of the richest football tradition anywhere in the state. It’s one of the best football venues in the west and a place opponents don’t necessarily fare well. Its been a tough last half decade as GP has gone (12-30), but things are looking up quickly.      Just this week we bumped the Cavemen…

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One of the top 1A players in WA; Tyler Yarber of Rochester: By Ryland Spencer

       The Rochester Warriors (5-2) of the Evergreen 1A Conference are one of the state’s most improved teams. A big reason has been the play of Sr. RB Tyler Yarber (5’6″ 160).      In just 7 games this season, Yarber has rushed for 1,308 yards and 14 TDs. Five times this season Yarber has rushed for 200+ yards in a game, all five have been Warrior wins. When the ground…

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Washington 4A/3A Top 10 with Analysis; Small School Top 10 (10/21): By Ryland Spencer

    4A Top Ten   1. Camas Papermakers (7-0) Another week, another beating at the hands of the Camas Papermakers. This time they laid out rival Union by a 44-6 final. Union was ranked in the top ten, and frankly Camas made them look silly. The defense held Titan’s RB Leon Siofele to just 85 yards on the night. Next: vs Heritage Timberwolves (2-5)   2. Graham-Kapowsin Eagles (7-0)…

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Oregon 6A/5A Updated Top 10 With Analysis: By Jordan Johnson

    6A Top Ten   1. Central Catholic (8-0) – Centennial has been playing better, but the Rams have stepped up big over the last two weeks and look very good going into the playoffs. All classes included this years CC team has double digit D1 kids, which is unheard of at the high school level in Oregon. Next: vs Centennial (5-3)   2. Tigard (8-0) – This will…

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Washington’s Elite Performers for October 20th, 2013: By Ryland Spencer

**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     Casey Selfridge, Head Coach Lakeside – With a 45-28 win over Cleveland, Lakeside (6-1) secured a third straight winning season for the first time in 23 years. Coach Selfridge…

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Oregon’s Elite Performers for October 20th, 2013: By Jordan Johnson

  Conner Mitchell So. RB Oregon City – One of the top sophomore backs we have seen in some time, rushed 32 times for 193 yards and 2 Tds, putting Oregon City in the drivers seat for the TRL title. Jaray Kindell Sr. WR Lincoln – One of Oregon’s top 10 Sr WR’s caught 12 passes for 246 yards and 3 TDs in the loss to Centennial Noah Kyllo Sr. RB…

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Garrett Markham and Banks Braves continuing to roll as Oregon’s top ranked 4A team: By Jordan Johnson

       One of the state’s best players and teams have things going in the right direction. The Banks Braves currently sit at (8-0) and are ranked the #1 team in the state at the 4A level.      Garrett Markham (6-2 190 Sr, QB/LB) has been one of the more impressive players state wide, throwing for 1414 yards and 10 TD’s, with a team leading 563 yards on the ground…

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One of the fastest rising Junior’s in Oregon; Westview QB Austin Brisbee: By Jordan Johnson

       One of the fastest rising underclassmen in the State of Oregon continued his tear this past Friday, beating #5 Southridge 42-41, in what was a statement game for the Westview Wildcats.      Austin Brisbee (6-3 175 Jr. QB) has been lights out for most of 2013 and helped his cause throwing 5 TD’s against the Skyhawks, putting them in sole possession of 2nd place in the Metro League….

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Neary and Issaquah making noise in Kingco: By Ryland Spencer

       When most people think of Issaquah football, the name Jack Gellatly instantly pops up. While Gellatly has been doing a lot of what you would expect, Senior QB Jack Neary (6’3″ 205) and a plethora of WRs have stepped up and balanced out a once run-heavy team.      Coming into week 7, Neary had completed 92 of 139 passes (66%) for 1,480 yards, 17 TDs and only 3…

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Isaiah Holmes helping lead Lynnwood: By Scott Eklund

       One measure of a leader is being able to stay focused and upbeat even when things aren’t going right. With his team’s 0-6 record, you would think that Lynnwood (Wa.) DL/OL Isaiah Holmes could get down, but that’s not the case at all.      “We’re struggling a little, but we’re playing hard every play and that is big,” Holmes told Northwest Elite Index. “We’re frustrated because we could…

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