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Mt. Spokane’s Roy Hyatt emerging as a multi-spor​t standout: By Scott Enyeart

       There is an athlete at Mt. Spokane High School that could very well be on his way to establishing himself as one of the top multi-sport athletes on the eastern side of the state.      Roy Hyatt is a 6-foot-1, 170-pound DB/Slotback for the Wildcats, who also is on the varsity basketball and track teams.      It isn’t all that surprising that Hyatt is such a gifted athlete…

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Catching up with Fife DT Monike Failauga: By Scott Eklund

       A very stout player in the middle of the defensive line is what every defensive coordinator is looking for and this year, Fife (Wa.) DT Monike Failauga is one of the best in the region. At a relatively svelt 6-1, 290 pounds, he’s feeling light on his feet and that could mean trouble for opponents this fall.      “I played at 330 last year and after I slimmed down…

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Kingco 4A Preview

  Season of Change   It took a while, but eventually we all got used to the fact that the Kingco 4A division, widely considered the deepest and best conference in the state, was split into two divisions – Crown and Crest – but, as is the case with almost everything nowadays, things change. This fall, Kingco will no longer be split in two and you will see quite a…

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Flying up the Charts; Lakeridge LB Chase Marshall: By Jordan Johnson

Click for Chase Marshall Highlights          One of the top players in the Northwest, currently moving up the charts is 6-3 230 pound LB Chase Marshall out of Lakeridge. He is fresh off winning a state lacrosse title after earning 1st team all league and 2nd team all state honors as a junior.      As talented as he is as a lacrosse athlete, his focus remains on football…

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VIDEO: Catching up with Eastlake’s Drew Lewis: By Scott Enyeart

       Lewis, whose older brother Ryan is a scholarship player at PITT, is coming off a breakout campaign in which he had 1368 all-purpose yards (928 rushing, 440 receiving) and 14 TD’s during a down year in which the Wolves made a coaching change after the start of the season.      We recently caught up with Drew at the Skyline Skills and Drills on the Hill Tourney to talk…

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Rough Diamonds Athletic Foundation presents: 2013 Northwest College Showcase: By Jordan Johnson

    Exciting news for athletes in the Northwest, as Rough Diamonds Athletic Foundation will once again be presenting the Northwest College Showcase. It will be the premier event of the year with a majority of the top kids from around the region competing. The event will feature an NFL pro-style format with 2 hour blocks by position groups, so all of the college coaches can see each athlete and…

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Multiple Teams Impress At Skyline Passing Tourney And Linemen Competitio​n: By Scott Enyeart

       There was lots of sun and lots of football being played on the plateau this weekend, as Skyline HS hosted its annual “Skills and Drills on The Hill / Linemen Competition”.      Teams from all over of the state made the trip to Sammamish to participate in the two day passing tournament and single-day big man battle.      As would be expected, the KingCo Conference was well-represented with…

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Quentin Bates & Hutu Spencer look to help improving Reynolds team: By Jordan Johnson

       Anyone familiar with high school football in Oregon will tell you that the Reynolds Raiders have had a tough time on the grid iron over the last half decade. Since 2007 they have gone (13-47), including last years (5-5) team. That said, they look to be getting things turned around.      Quentin Bates has been a huge bright spot for the Raiders, catching 34 passes for 633 yards…

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