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Mason Montgomery and Ashland pull off biggest win in years: By Jordan Johnson

       One of the fastest rising teams in the state at the 5a level is Ashland. The tradition rich football school got a big win last night 21 -7 over Marist, avenging the last two years where they lost a by a combined score of 96-0.      Returning Co Conference Player of the year Mason Montgomery (6-0 220 Sr. LB/FB) was once again the catalyst of a…

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Eastlake tops neighbor Eastside Catholic in a thriller on the Plateau: By Marshall Cherrington

       With plateau bragging rights on the line, the Eastlake Wolves pulled out an upset victory over the Eastside Catholic Crusaders 27-21 on Friday night. Nobody was sure of the outcome until the final minutes as the Crusaders responded to every score with one of their own. However, in the end, 2015 Eastlake quarterback Richard “Blue” Thomas’ mobility proved to be too much for the Crusaders to handle.     …

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Beau Shain leads Wildcats over Issaquah: By Scott Enyeart

       Fans at Gary Moore Stadium on the campus of Issaquah (Wash.) High School were treated to a thriller on Friday night as the Mount Si Wildcats defeated the host Eagles 28-20.      The game hung in the balances, with Issaquah even holding a halftime lead, until late in the 4th quarter when the Wildcats were able to come up big in key moments to steal the…

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WR Levi Jordan just produces for Puyallup: By Scott Eklund

       Puyallup has had one of the more consistently productive offenses over the past few years and one of the top targets for Vikings QBs has been WR Levi Jordan who is not only a star on the gridiron, but also the diamond as well.      “I love to play both, but right now, I think I’m probably a better baseball prospect,” Jordan, a 5’8″, 170-pounder, told…

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Gubrud and Rubado lead upstart McMinnville team: By Jordan Johnson

       A team on the rise and sitting at (2-0) is the McMinnville Grizzlies. Former Sprague coach Robin Hill has taken over the group and he is no stranger to state championship games. To get a coach with his status was a huge pickup for the Pacific Conference school as they have looked good thus far.      McMinnville hasn’t really played anybody yet, but have come out…

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Bryce Steckler helping to lead resurgence at Redmond: By Scott Enyeart

       It’s a new era at Redmond (Wash.) High School. The Mustangs began their 2013 season last friday as they held on for a 28-20 win over visiting Mercer Island. In addition to the victory being the ‘Stangs first win under new head coach Jason Rimkus, it was also a breakout game for senior running back Bryce Steckler.      The 5-foot-11, 185-pound Steckler rushed for 20 carries…

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Tumwater’s Christian Cummings leads way for 2A’s top team: By Scott Enyeart

       The Tumwater (Wash.) T-birds are always considered one of the top teams in both the Evergreen Conference and the 2A classification at the state level, and this season is no different.      Ryland Spencer currently has Tumwater atop his 2A rankings, and virtually ever publication in the state has them at or near the top as well.      One of the players expected to star…

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Southern Oregon top Junior athlete Nick Janakes: By Jordan Johnson

       One of the top Juniors in the state, and a conference player of the year candidate down South is Nick Janakes (6-0 190 RB/S) of North Medford. He was an all league athlete on both sides of the ball as a sophomore and only got better this off season, with standout MVP type performances on the Barton Camp and Combine Tour.      Janakes carried the ball…

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