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NEI/WIAA Network Game Of The Week: #2 Federal Way (7-0) @ Auburn (6-1): By Ryland Spencer

*This game is being featured as a Game Of The Week and you can find the online broadcast at WIAANetwork.com. When the game ends it will be archived and available to view within the hour. This is a free service presented by PlayOn! Sports. If you can’t join us at the game or online, you can get live scoring updates by following me on Twitter @RylandNEI and for all things…

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Wilsonville Dual Threat Athlete Johnny Ragin Lands 4th and 5th Offers, 6th Comes Shortly After: By Jordan Johnson

  As reported last night on Twitter by Taylor Barton (@taylorbarton12), Johnny Ragin of Wilsonville has picked up yet another offer, this time by the University of Colorado and today by Wyoming. Now Ragin has picked up his 6th offer, the University of Nevada. Ragin (6-3 215 Sr. RB/LB) is a kid we have gotten to know well over the last couple of seasons. He tested off the…

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Fife DT Monike Sarte Is A Rock In The Middle: By Scott Eklund

  Just last week we profiled TE/DL Kaleb McGary who received his second BCS offer, from Washington, and today we take a look at another Trojan junior, DT Monike Sarte, who is already garnering interest from schools. Sarte, whose first name is pronounced (moh-NEE-kay), starts both ways for Fife, but he said playing defense is what he loves to do. “I just love to hit people,” Sarte…

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One of the Top Teams on the West Coast; The (7-0) Camas Papermakers: By Jordan Johnson

If you haven’t been out to Camas for a big game on a Friday night, you need to re arrange your schedule and do so. The Papermakers of Camas pack the house like someone forgot to tell them we are not in the State of Texas. The Crowd at Mckenzie Stadium this past weekend was equally impressive as Camas shut out a talented Union team 22-0. We currently…

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Washington Jr. Rankngs LB/DB: By Jordan Johnson, Ryland Spencer, Scott Eklund

Over the past few weeks we released our positional rankings covering the state of Washington. We will have athletes ranked numerically and an honorable mention list, based on who PROJECTS HIGHEST AT THE NEXT LEVEL. There are a variety of factors that go into determining who projects where..These include (Current offers, Size, testing, All league/State accolades, camp/combine performances, stats, competition levels, D1/NFL Genes, GPA, Overall character/work ethic etc.). You can…

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Sumner Jr RB DeJon Lynch making noise after transferring from Canada: By Scott Eklund

  Last year, Sumner (WA) junior RB DeJon Lynch was running wild for the John Barsby Secondary School in Nanaimo, B.C. as a sophomore, but after his father transferred from Bremerton to Sumner, he decided to move south and now is making an impact for the 6-1 Spartans. “He’s such a special talent, I really think people have been sleeping on him because nobody knew about him until…

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Oregon’s Week 7 Elite Performers: By Jordan Johnson

*In the future this article will be found under the “Players Of The Week” tab at the top of your screen. This will allow us to have more space on the main page to showcase more athlete articles on our main page.       Thomas Tyner Sr. RB Aloha – One of the country’s top backs continued his tear with 357 yds rushing and 3 Td’s..Tyner has carried the…

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Washington’s Week 7 Elite Performers: By Ryland Spencer

  Danny Wilson, Sr. RB Bothell – It should be no surprise that since Wilson has started running wild that the “Blue Train” has been unstoppable. This week Wilson went nuts, rushing for 364 yards and 5 TDs on just 12 carries as the Cougars blasted Inglemoor 66-21 in the annual Spaghetti Bowl. Wilson appears to be running with a chip on his shoulder in his last four…

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