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Oregon 6A/5A Top 10 Rankings with Analysis (9/23): By Jordan Johnson

  6A Top Ten   1. Central Catholic (4-0) – The Rams are the real deal and feature what could be double digit D1 offer athletes on one team. Something almost unheard of. Aidan Wilder played outstanding against Jesuit, and Cameron Scarlett is potentially the top junior athlete in Oregon. Ryan Nall is an absolute beast out of the backfield as they will be tough for anyone to stop. Wilder…

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Washington 4A/3A Top 10 with Analysis; Small School Top 10 (9/23): By Ryland Spencer

  4A Top Ten 1. Camas Papermakers (3-0) W 69-24 @ Auburn Mountainview Lions (1-2) The Papermakers continue to take care of business. They started slow against Auburn Mountainview, but once they got rolling they showed why they are the top ranked team in 4A. Reilly Hennessey and the offense are making things look very easy right now averaging almost 55 points per game. Next: vs Lakes Lancers (0-3)    …

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Washington’s Elite Performers for September 22nd, 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.   Chris Sawyer, So. QB Eisenhower / Darius Pati, Sr. WR Eisenhower – In a big 44-14 win over Eastmont, Sawyer went 15 of 23 passing for 297 yards and…

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Oregon’s Elite Performers for September 22nd, 2013: By Jordan Johnson

  Taylor Jensen So. QB Forest Grove – The talented sophomore QB did what no other Forest Grove quarterback had ever done in a game throwing for 400 yards 2 weeks ago. He did the same thing this week going 22-34, for 434 yards and 4 TDs in the Vikings 43-34 Win over McMinnville. Jensen looks to be one of the top young QB’s in the region. Hayden Coppedge Sr….

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Hennessey, Eagle, Beasley, and White lead special 2013 Camas squad: By Jordan Johnson

       One of the more elite groups to ever come out of the Northwest is this years Camas Papermaker squad. Unless you have seen them play, its hard to describe why they are what they are.      With all due respect to the other WA teams I don’t think Camas will be challenged the remainder of he year. They are led by our #1 ranked QB state wide in…

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Upset of the Night; North Medford beats #3 Sheldon 21-17: By Jordan Johnson

       Over the last two years we have gotten to know a special North Medford group that is now reaping the benefits of all their hard work and dedication. The Black Tornado did the unthinkable last night, beating maybe the state’s most dominant team over the last decade in the Sheldon Irish. The defending state champions hadn’t lost a league game since 2006, just to put into perspective how…

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One of the NW’s top Offensive Lineman Morgan Richey adds 1st Pac-12 Offer: By Jordan Johnson

       It was the 9th overall offer for the standout tackle, but his first out of the Pac 12. Speaking on how it went down he said, ” I got in touch with Coach Broussard who said they would be offering me a full scholarship to come play football at UCLA.” He continued, “At first I was speechless and thought I may have heard him wrong, as I was…

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Catching up with Cascade ATH Josh Smith: By Scott Eklund

       One of the more intriguing players to take the field so far this season in the state of Washington is Cascade (Everett) QB/DB Josh Smith. After two games, he has the Bruins at 2-0 and looking for more this weekend with a big game against Everett High School.      “It’s been a fun start to the season, but we still have a long way to go,” Smith told…

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One of the Northwest’​s Fastest Rising Programs; Oregon City: By Jordan Johnson

       One of the top teams in the Northwest in the coming years will be the Oregon City Pioneers. They currently feature some of the top younger athletes in the state and have rarely lost growing up together.      The Pioneers have started out (3-0) this season and will play in what appears to be the most talented and balanced conference state wide. The Three Rivers League will feature…

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Washington 4A/3A Top 10 Predictions with Analysis (9/18): By Ryland Spencer

1. Camas Papermakers (2-0) @ Auburn Mountainview Lions (1-1)
I think it is safe to say the Papermaker Train is rolling. They are 2-0 and have hammered two of Top Ten teams from Oregon, including the team that was #1 at the time. QB Reilly Hennessey completed 17 of 33 passes for 264 yards and two TDs

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