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Shane Nelson hopes to bring SPSL North crown to Tahoma: By Scott Enyeart

       It could shape up to be a pretty fun season at Tahoma (Wash.) High School this fall. Especially if it can continue to play the way it did last Friday night. The Bears beat Kent Meridian 51-6, and look to be an early favorite in the SPSL North.      Led by senior QB Shane Nelson, Tahoma put on an offensive clinic – one that earned Nelson…

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Game Preview: #9 Mount Si Wildcats @ Issaquah Eagles: By Scott Enyeart

Both squads had impressive week one victories, with Mount Si beating Kennedy and Issaquah getting the better of Interlake. With both victories being pretty one-sided, this game poses the first “real test” for both squads. Issaquah tends to be more balanced offensive, while Mount Si’s can be a little more “explosive”.

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

  4A Top Ten: By Scott Enyeart   1. Camas (1-0): The Papermakers won their big time showdown with Oregon’s top team, Jesuit of Portland, and they won big. Eastern Washington-bound QB Reilly Hennessey was impressive going 14 of 17 for 277 yards and four touchdowns, while Nate Beasley added 5 total TD’s on the night. Needless to say Camas solidified its number one ranking. Next: @ 6A #7 Canby (OR)…

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6A/5A Oregon Top 10 Updated Rankings and Breakdown: By Jordan Johnson

    6A Top Ten   1. Tigard (2-0) W 56-7 @ Aloha – The Tigers are one of five teams that I feel could win a state title. They are most likely the fastest team in the state and have a lethal combo at RB with Manu Rasmussen/AJ Hotchkins. The difference with this years team is that they have a legit passing attack led by Jett Even. They blasted…

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Oregon’s Elite Performers for September 8, 2013: By Jordan Johnson

  Cam Scarlett Jr. RB Central Catholic – One of the West’s top junior RB’s went for 403 All Purpose yards (17-203 rush yds, 4-101 rec yds, 99 KR) and 4 TDs in a 59-49 win at #2 Sheldon… He is now averaging 300+ a game all purpose over the last two weeks. Keegan Lawrence Sr. RB Sherwood – Talented senior has 9 Tds in 2 games, carrying the ball 8…

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Washington top 2016 athlete; Wenatchee’​s Christian Brandt-Sim​s: By Jordan Johnson

       One of the top 10 projected teams in Washington this season is the Wenatchee Panthers. They bring back a team featuring Stanford commit and elite national sprinter Isaiah Brandt-Sims (6-0 185 Sr. RB), along with one of the state’s top overall athletes in Dillon Sugg (6-5 215 Sr. QB) who returns as a third year starter at QB.      Two of the state’s top juniors will also play a…

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Is Central Catholic the new number one?: By Jordan Johnson

       Year in and year out the Central Catholic Rams produce some of the top talent in the state. Head Coach Steve Pyne has a phenomenal staff and another elite group of kids.      So the question remains why is this year’s CC team different? A Mt Hood Conference school hasn’t played in an Oregon State title game in 30 years (Gresham 1983), and the Rams last made an…

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Juanita gets big rivalry win over Inglemoor: By Scott Enyeart

       The Juanita Rebels made a statement with a season-opening win Friday night at Pop Keeney Stadium, as they knocked off the host Inglemoor Vikings 50-27.      The Viks looked like they might make it interesting early on, moving the ball well on their opening drive before stalling and turning it over on downs. Juanita wasted no time in taking advantage of the opportunity, marching down the…

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Newport’s Conner Baumann lands another offer: By Scott Enyeart

       Bellevue (Wash.) Newport RB/DB Conner Baumann, who was one of the more dominant players in the region in 2012, has picked up yet another Division 1 scholarship offer from the University of Wyoming.      The 6-foot-2, 223-pound Baumann rushed for 1,338 yards and 14 TD’s as a junior, and was a 1st Team All-KingCo and 2nd Team All-Area RB selection in 2012 – a season that…

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