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Lucas Petersen Takes The Early Lead In Lynden: By Braulio Perez

       If there’s one thing that’s been clear through the first two weeks of the season in the Northwest Conference, it’s that Lynden quarterback Lucas Petersen isn’t showing growing pains in his first year under center.      The junior signal caller entered the 2013 season as Lynden’s new quarterback, replacing four-year Whatcom County standout Josh Kraght, who is a freshman QB this year for the Portland State Vikings.     …

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Game Preview: #2 O’Dea Fighting Irish (2-0) @ Issaquah Eagles (1-1): By Ryland Spencer

Both teams feature senior QBs. O’Dea will send out duel-threat Pierre LeDorze (6’2″ 220). While he is not your traditional duel-threat, in the Fighting Irish offense he will see his fair share of carries and is a threat. He is a three year starter, having led O’Dea to runner-up finish at

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Game Preview: #2 Central Catholic (3-0) @ #4 Jesuit (2-1): By Jordan Johnson

  Quarterbacks   Advantage: Central Catholic Aidan Wilder (6-0 190 Sr.) comes in the state’s top ranked Senior QB, as he is a D1 kid currently holding an offer from PSU. This is a game where he will need to step up and show why he deserves that ranking. Aidan will be a 4 year starter and one of the best overall athletes to ever come out of CC. If…

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

  6A Top Ten 1. Tigard (3-0) – The Tigers most likely won’t be challenged for the next two months as the Pacific Conference is down and these kids are very talented. The tandem of AJ Hotchkins and Manu Rasmussen is lethal, with Manu rushing 7 times for 175 yards and 2 TDs (71-68), dropping 50 on Glencoe in the first half. Jett Even is maybe the fastest rising QB…

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Columbia River Makes National Headlines in Wild Win: By Scott Enyeart

       Football, seemingly unlike any other sport, has a knack for wild finishes. Plays like “the immaculate reception”, “the music city miracle” and even the Seahawks’ “fail mary” last season are just a few examples of those types of plays.      This past week in Washington high school football, we were treated to a play along similar lines that gave Columbia River a huge 29-24 win over…

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Washington 4A/3A Top 10 with Analysis; Small School Top 10: By Scott Enyeart, Ryland Spencer

4A Top 10 1. Camas (2-0): The Papermakers rolled to another impressive win over Oregon’s Canby HS. Camas is so explosive offensively, and plays great defense as well. With so many weapons, it is difficult to see them losing their spot atop the rankings any time soon. Next: @ Auburn Mountainview (1-1)   2. Ferris (2-0): Ferris took on one of the top teams in 3A, Shadle Park of Spokane,…

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Shadle Park’s Brett Rypien lands Pac-12 offer: By Scott Enyeart

       The state of Washington’s No. 1 ranked QB for the class of 2015, Spokane (Wash.) Shadle Park’s Brett Rypien, picked up his sixth FBS, and second Pac-12, offer this weekend, when the Oregon State Beavers offered the junior-signal-caller a scholarship.      “This one is huge. Getting another big PAC 12 means a lot to me,” Rypien told NEI Sunday night.      As a sophomore in…

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Washington’s Elite Performers for September 15th, 2013: By Scott Enyeart and Ryland Spencer

  DeJon Lynch, Sumner: Lynch had 225 yards on 20 carries and a TD to help the No. 4 (2A) Spartans improve to 2-0 with a 49-28 victory over Bonney Lake. Brian Thomas, Steilacoom: In a losing effort, Thomas kept the Sentinels in the game rushing for 177 yards on 20 carries and all 3 of his team’s TD’s, coming up just short against Lindbergh, 26-21. Teague James, Graham-Kapowsin: James…

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Oregon’s Elite Performers for September 15th, 2013: By Jordan Johnson

  Josh Benton Sr. RB South Salem – The Saxons continue to produce talented tailbacks as Benton had a big night going for 172 Yards and 2 TDs, along with 48 yd screen pass setting up another score in their 28-22 win at Beaverton Derek Sunkle Sr. RB Wilsonville – Sunkle is having a breakout year with his 3rd top player award in as many weeks. He carried the ball…

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