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NW Top Team Year in and Year out; Tigard: By Jordan Johnson

       If we are talking top programs from the youth on up, one of the first Northwest schools that comes to mind is Tigard. It’s an outstanding community where winning has become the norm.      The Tigers have been dominant over the years, making a trip to the state semi’s last season and finishing (11-2) on the year. They have consistently won Pacific Conference titles and this…

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Meridian’s Spencer Blackburn to host youth football camp: By Scott Enyeart

       You could argue that Meridian two-way lineman Spencer Blackburn has already accomplished enough on the field heading into his senior year to leave quite a legacy with the Trojans.      Blackburn’s accolades include being a two-time all-league selection on both sides of the ball, and 2nd AP 1A All-State recognition defensively as a junior.      But Blackburn has something else up his sleeve to leave…

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Previewing the Rainier Beach Vikings: By Scott Eklund

     The Rainier Beach Vikings are always loaded with talent and veteran head coach Mark Haley is excited about what he has coming back from last year’s squad that went 5-5 and made it to post-season play.      “We have a lot of young guys who played last year that will be here for at least another year, so that’s pretty exciting for us,” Haley told Northwest Elite…

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Talented ATH David Ungerer of Pullman commits: By Jordan Johnson

       One of Washington’s top slot receivers and overall athletes, David Ungerer (5-7 165 Sr. ATH) of Pullman, made his intentions known early by committing to the University of Idaho.      Ungerer went for 1,334 all purpose yards and 4 Td’s in 2012, while also leading the team in picks with 4. He is a standout basketball player, and the exception to the rule, as most undersized…

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One of Washington’s top 1A teams; Woodland HS: By Jordan Johnson

       One of the better and more well represented teams in the State of Washington in 2013 will be the 1A Woodland Beavers. We have become familiar with a host of their top athletes, as they have been prominent members of the Barton Football Academy.      The Beavers went (8-3) last season, finishing 2nd in the conference with two of the their losses coming to teams that…

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#NEIpoll – Favorite Pre Game Pump Up Song: By Scott Enyeart

As we gear up for fall camp to start this week at most high schools in the Northwest, we can’t help but get pumped up. The buzz of taking the field friday nights is just around the corner and everyone has their own way to help get themselves ready for a big game. There is one way that has been around for some time, and that’s the pre-game “pump up”…

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Breakout POY Candidate Max Wilson of Silverton: By Jordan Johnson

       Get used to the name Max Wilson (6-0 205 Sr. RB/LB) as he will be one of the breakout players state wide in 2013. The Silverton Foxes will come back ranked our #3 (5A) team to start the season and Wilson will be a big reason why.      The Foxes went (12-1) last season, winning the MWC, probably the toughest 5A conference in the state. The…

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VIDEO: Marcus Griffin hosts “The RealMG Sports Report”: By Scott Enyeart

       If you’re a fan of the Seattle Seahawks, there’s a chance you’ve seen fullback Michael Robinson’s YouTube show “The Real Rob Report” where the Pro Bowler interviews teammates, coaches and lets you see life behind the scenes in the NFL.      At Barton Football Academy’s final event of the year we put nationally ranked defensive tackle, and Washington State commit, Marcus Griffin of Bellevue (Wash.) with…

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One of the Nations top DE’s Connor Humphreys Commits: By Jordan Johnson

       One of the top DE’s in the country, Connor Humphrey’s (6-4 260 Sr.) of Central Catholic, made his intentions known Saturday committing to the Arizona State Sun Devils.      Humphrey’s is a kid that we have gotten to know well over the last few season’s as he has been an active member of the Barton Football Academy. He held offers from most of the Pac 12…

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Gig Harbor’s Owen Taylor Helping Lead The Tides: By Scott Enyeart

       We recently told you about Gig Harbor (Wash.) standout wide receiver Reese Carlson and his commitment to the University of Montana. But Carlson isn’t the only college prospect that will take the field for Tides this fall. Along the offensive line you’ll find another player who has what it takes to continue playing at the next level in Owen Taylor.      Taylor is a 6-foot-4, 290-pounder…

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