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NFL genes and one of WA’s top Juniors; Amahn Edwards of Garfield: By Jordan Johnson

       One of the fastest rising junior’s in the state of Washington is out of Seattle’s Garfield High School. Amahn Edwards (6-2 215 LB) is a familiar name to the area, in that his father is former Seahawk and NFL vet Antonio Edwards.      Amahn trained with us at the Barton Football Academy earlier in his career while at our Seattle Elite events, but has grown a great deal…

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Teague James and Graham-Kapowsin Off To Hot Start: By Ryland Spencer

       While some might say the season is still young, the Graham-Kapowsin Eagles (4-0) look like a team primed to make a deep run come playoff time. They are the only team left undefeated in the SPSL 4A South after Curtis topped Puyallup 38-35 over the weekend.      A big part of the early success has come from the play of senior RB Teague James (5’10” 180). In a week three matchup against two-time defending league champ Federal…

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Heart Over Height; Edmonds-Woodway RB Juniour Opoku-Mensah: By Ryland Spencer

 Juniour Opoku-Mensah Highlight Video        Standing just five-feet seven-inches and weighing around 165-pounds, Juniour Opoku-Mensah has made a name for himself as of late, as the Edmonds-Woodway Warriors have started the season 4-0.      On the year Opoku-Mensah has carried 85 times for 579 yards and 7 TDs. He also has nine receptions for 108 yards and another score. As of today he is accounting for 43% of Edmonds-Woodway’s total yards….

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Oregon #1 ranked Sr. OL David Reese of Clackamas grabs first D1 offer: By Jordan Johnson

     In what was a little longer wait then expected, Oregon’s #1 ranked O lineman for the 2014 class David Reese (6-7 270 Sr. T), received his first D1 offer from FCS perennial national title contender Montana.      Kudos to the Grizzlies as they have also offered talented two way threat and teammate Brody Haehlen (6-4 250 Sr. DE/TE). Referencing his first offer Reese says, “I’m very excited about it,…

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Program on the rise; Forest Grove & 6-4 Sophomore QB Taylor Jensen: By Jordan Johnson

       One of the more exciting teams in Oregon thus far has been the Forest Grove Vikings (3-1). Head coach Dwight Jensen has done a great job of building the program, with his son being one of the more talented sophomore athletes in the region.      Taylor Jensen has started his career off with a bang, doing what no other Viking quarterback had ever done, in throwing for 400…

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Washington 4A/3A Top 10 Predictions with Analysis (9/25): By Ryland Spencer

1. Camas Papermakers (3-0) vs Lakes Lancers (0-3) Seeing Camas live for the first time last week solidified for me their #1 ranking. They started a little slow, but once they got going they showed explosion and an ability to score at will. Lakes on the other hand has had a bit of a problem getting their offense going,

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Izaiha Schwinden Helping Carry The Load For Mount Baker: By Baulio Perez

       When it comes to the Mount Baker football team, it’s been made clear once again this season that head coach Ron Lepper is going to focus on running the football. It’s also clear that when senior running back Izaiha Schwinden has the ball in his hands, arm tackles won’t bring down the bruising back.      Schwinden, who is entering only his second season on varsity, has paved the…

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Oak Harbor Trio Running Wild On Whidbey Island: By Ryland Spencer

       In 2012 the Oak Harbor Wildcats featured one of the state’s better rushing attacks. Trough just three games this season the Wildcats (2-1) are averaging over 400 yards rushing per game, 150 yards better than a year ago.      Junior Dejon Devroe (5’10” 150) is the leader of the pack thus far rushing for 461 yards on just 56 carries, and also leads the team in TDs with five. “I just…

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Game Preview: #6 Lincoln Abes (3-0) @ #10 North Thurston Rams (3-0): By Ryland Spencer

Sophomore QB Jordan Kitna (6’0″ 160) has done a great job through his first three starts. Last week in a big win over Mount Tahoma, Kitna completed 12 of 14 passes for 297 yards and 7 TDs. Kitna is one of the top QB prospects in the 2016 recruiting class. North Thurston’s Ryan Mets

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