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Cooper Murphy looks for breakout season at Olympia: By Scott Enyeart

       There is a lot of excitement surrounding the Olympia (Wash.) football program this fall. There are the obvious reasons, like the addition of transfer quarterback Derrick Becker from Capital, and the return of talented skill players such as Randy Jones, Mitch Fettig, and Cedar Frost.      Another player back for the Bears is 5-foot-8, 160-pound defensive back, Cooper Murphy. Murphy was a part time starter for Oly…

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#NEIpoll – What is your game day tradition / superstition?: By Scott Enyeart

As we just completed Week 1 in Oregon, and we get set to kick the season off in Washington, the buzz and excitement of “Game Day” is in the air all over the Northwest. For weeks now players have been tweeting and posting pictures of their gear they’ve ordered for the season – those must-have items that they feel like takes their game to the next level. It’s a superstition…

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Oregon’s Elite Performers for September 1, 2013: By Jordan Johnson

Cade Smith Jr. QB West Salem – One of the state’s top ranked Jr’s went off leading his team to victory at South Medford (19-14), always a tough place to come in and win…16-27 for 163 Pass yards with,  26 rushes for 170 yards and 2 Tds. Cameron Scarlett Jr. RB Central Catholic – Scarlett and Morrison are the top 2 Jr backs in the state. Cam projects at the D1 level rushing 9 times…

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Lynden looks to reload, not rebuild, in 2013: By Braulio Perez

       As Curt Kramme looks onto the Lynden practice field, you can tell he’s filled with excitement as he instructs his 2013 Lions. Sure, the team lost 19 of their 22 starters from last season, but that doesn’t matter to the 21-year Lions’ head coach.      Lynden enters this season with two consecutive 2A state championships under their belts, but they will now move forward without the…

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John Clark looks to have big junior season for Marysville Getchell: By Scott Enyeart

       The football program at Marysville (Wash.) Getchell is entering its third season of competition, and after posting a 5-5 record in 2012, the Chargers are looking to take another step forward this fall towards becoming a contender in the Wesco North 3A.      One player who has become not only a key component for Getchell, but also a major-college prospect is defensive end John Clark.  …

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NEI Poll Results; Reader Submissions for “Bucket List Sporting Event”: By Scott Enyeart

In our most recent #NEIpoll we asked what sporting event was on your “Bucket List”. Once again we saw a wide array of responses coming from players, coaches and parents alike. The variety of events selected was pretty wide, everything from the Seahawks in the Super Bowl to NASCAR. Having to pick just one “must-see” sporting event before you die isn’t easy, but you guys picked some good ones. Check…

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Broadcast Game of the Week at PlayOnSpor​ts; #4 Sheldon @ #1 Southridge: By Jordan Johnson

  Hands down two of my favorite programs in the Northwest. I can’t say enough good things about the players, coaches, and families that lead both schools. This will be one of the best season openers in some time, as the defending state Champion will travel to Beaverton to play a Southridge team that is in my opinion the state title favorite. The Skyhawks were beaten twice last year by…

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QB Tanner Gueller Looks to Lead, Leave Mark at W.F. West: By Scott Enyeart

       You would think that earning All-League honors in three sports, All-Area recognition in football, and a State Championship and 2nd Team All-State honors in baseball would be a pretty good resumé for most players entering their senior year of high school – one that would leave a player pretty content with what they had accomplished in their high school athletic career.      But Tanner Gueller is…

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Bremerton Knights look to build on last season’s success: By Scott Eklund

       Last season, Bremerton head coach Nate Gillam ended nearly two decades of frustration, taking the Knights to the state playoffs with a 9-2 record and an Olympic League title.      Now the question is…can they sustain that momentum?      By the looks of it, Gillam and his staff have the makings of what could be the top team on the Kitsap Penninsula this year with…

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Oregon 6A/5A Week 1 Predictions: By Jordan Johnson

Every year its fun to make predictions on a weekly basis within the state of Oregon. Each week I will post my picks, all in good fun, with a weekly breakdown and analysis of the top 10.

Last year I hit on 84.7% percent of my picks overall and over 90% on Top 10 games.

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