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NEI Poll Results; Reader Submissions for “Game Day Tradition / Superstition”: By Scott Enyeart

In our most recent #NEIpoll we asked what is your personal game day tradition or superstition. It’s no secret that football coaches and players are creatures of habit, and your responses proved that. Everything from a clothing item you have to wear, to where you sit in the locker room, to what you eat before a game was mentioned. Some were “normal”, others, well, weren’t so normal – but that’s…

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NWOC Player of the Year Candidate Derek Sunkle of Wilsonville: By Jordan Johnson

       A kid that impressed all off season and has continued the trend into the first week of the year is Wilsonville two way threat Derek Sunkle (6-2 185 Sr. RB/CB). This past Friday he ran for 147 yards and 2 Td’s in the Wildcats 23-7 win over 6A Sprague.      Derek looks to fill a big void created with the loss of NWOC 2012 Conference POY…

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

4A Top Ten   1. Camas Papermakers vs #1-OR, Jesuit Crusaders (1-0) Possibly the biggest game in the entire northwest. These are the two #1 teams in each state’s biggest classification. The Jesuit Crusaders are coming off a 28-21 week one win over highly ranked Lake Oswego. Camas features a high powered offense led by Sr. QB Reilly Hennessey (Eastern Washington commit). The Papermakers return experience along the offensive line anchored by highly touted Sr….

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Previewing the Mount Baker Mountaineers: By Braulio Perez

       Fresh off their best season in school history, the Mount Baker Mountaineers have been operating at a high clip during the first two weeks of practice. Following a trip to the 1A state semifinals in 2012 and an 11-2 record, the Mountaineers welcome back several key pieces of their offensive attack.      Senior Andrew Zender enters his third season as the starting quarterback for head coach…

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Broadcast Game of the Week at PlayOnSports; OR #1 Jesuit @ WA #1 Camas: By Jordan Johnson

  Live from Doc Harris Stadium in Camas, WA 7pm. Todd Pickett & Jordan Johnson on the call. Click here to view the game Quarterback   Camas’ Reilly Hennessey (6-3 190 Sr.) is one of the top QB’s in the region and carries a demeanor that makes him special as a quarterback. Eastern Washington got a steal, as I think he is the best Senior QB in the Northwest. The…

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Game Preview: #1 Bellevue Wolverines vs Skyline Spartans: By Scott Enyeart

  Quarterbacks   Advantage: Skyline Skyline features highly-touted Florida transfer Kilton Anderson who is committed to South Alabama. Anderson, the state’s Co-No. 1 signal-caller, is a dual-threat QB in every sense of the word, running s 4.5 40 yard dash and possessing a cannon for an arm. He also earned All-State honors last year while attending Naples (FL) High School and leading them to the State Semi-finals. Bellevue’s QB Timmy…

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Camas’ Drew Clarkson talks health, recruiting: By Scott Eklund

       While he’s preparing for his senior season, Camas (Wa.) OL Drew Clarkson continues to look forward. Last weekend he visited Washington unofficially and in two weeks he will take his first official visit.      “Right now, the only official visit I have set up for sure is Cal,” Clarkson told Northwest Elite Index recently. “I will visit them on September 14th for their game against Ohio…

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Previewing the R.A. Long Lumberjacks: By Scott Enyeart

       Despite going just 2-7 and 4-5 the last two seasons, Longview (Wash.) R.A. Long has the makings of what could be a pretty good football team this fall – one that should certainly contend in the Greater St. Helens 2A league.      Led by quarterback Ryan Peerboom, one of the state’s better signal-callers, the Lumberjacks’ passing attack could be one of the better ones in 2A….

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6A/5A OREGON Top 10 Updated Rankings & Breakdown: By Jordan Johnson

  6A   1. Jesuit (1-0) W 28-21 #6 Lake Oswego – The Crusaders got a hard fought win against a Lake O team that is good regardless of how many athletes they graduate. Chase Morrison and Joey Alfieri went for close to 350 on the ground to lead the Crusaders. This week’s game against Camas will be one of the best regular season contests in NW history. Next: @…

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