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Under the radar and on the rise; Eastside Catholic RB Henry Jarvis: By Scott Eklund

       As one of the top rushers in the state heading into the season, Eastside Catholic senior tailback Henry Jarvis has lived up to the hype and he told Northwest Elite Index recently he just goes about his business and hopes to lead his team to another state title game berth.      “We made it to the state title game last year and this year, that’s what we are…

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Oregon 6A/5A Top 10 Rankings with Analysis (10/7): By Jordan Johnson

  6A Top Ten   1. Central Catholic (6-0) – Player for player the best team in the state, but the Rams have a tendency to play at the level of their competition which has hurt them in the playoffs. Next: vs David Douglas (0-6)   2. Tigard (6-0) – Tigard is averaging a 36-2 halftime score against opponents (210-14), and will most likely just add to that total. Much…

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Washington 4A/3A Top 10 with Analysis; Small School Top 10 (10/7): By Ryland Spencer

  4A Top Ten   1. Camas Papermakers (5-0) W 47-12 @ Skyview Storm (2-3) Camas put up all 47 points in the first half! The Papermakers are averaging 52 points per game and have never scored less than 47. The defense is giving up 11.4 points per game. This week should be a tune-up for week 7 vs Union. Next: @ Evergreen (Vancouver) Plainsmen (3-2)   2. Chiawana Riverhawks (5-0) W 48-7 @ Wenatchee…

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Washington’s Elite Performers for October 6th, 2013: By Ryland Spencer

**This list is a way to showcase this 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.     Brett Rypien, Jr. QB Shadle Park – I am sure most of you have heard by now, Rypien completed 44 of 59 passes for 613 yards and eight…

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Oregon’s Elite Performers for October 6th, 2013: By Jordan Johnson

  Joey Alfieri Sr. RB/LB Jesuit – The Oregon POY favorite on both sides of the ball had 373 yards rushing, and 3 TD’s (65, 64, 2), giving him 940 yards and 12 touchdowns in the last 3 weeks. Austin Brisbee Jr. QB Westview – One of the fastest rising Junior’s in the state Passed for 342 yards and 2 TD’s in the Wildcats 50-17 loss to Jesuit. Taylor Stinson…

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6-0 Clackamas team looks to be the real deal: By Jordan Johnson

       In what looks to be the most balanced conference in some time, the Clackamas Cavaliers took another step in reaching their goal of winning the TRL title.      The Cavs beat up a good West Linn team 40-7 on the road and it really wasn’t close. The state’s leading rusher, Daniel Sherrell (5-9 170 Sr. RB), continued to do his thing carrying the ball 27 times for 162 yards…

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Bothell, McPherson run all over Redmond en route to 49-14 victory: By Marshall Cherrington

     It was something the Bothell faithful had seen before. The opening kickoff. Number 20 back to return. An effervescent atmosphere. A big-time game. A chance to prove themselves once again.      The Bothell Cougar’s matchup against the undefeated Redmond Mustangs started off with a bang on homecoming night, as a play developed before spectator’s eyes that looked awfully reminiscent of Bothell’s very first play of the season. 2015 ATH Sam…

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On The Rise; Zach Jacobsen of King’s: By Scott Eklund

       Kings is off to a 3-1 start and one of the big reasons has been the play of their offensive and defensive line. The leader for the Knights up front, on both sides of the ball is senior Zach Jacobsen and he’s getting looks from several FBS and FCS programs.      “Things have been going really well,” Jacobsen told Northwest Elite Index recently. “We’re playing well and I…

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Catching up with Puyallup QB Brendan Illies: By Scott Eklund

       While leading his team to a 3-1 record, Puyallup (Wa.) QB Brendan Illies has shown why he could possibly start getting looks from college football coaches even though many think he will wind up being a standout baseball player at the next level.      “I’m sorta known as a baseball player. That’s always been the sport I’ve done really well at, but I love to play football too,…

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