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Franklin Pierce RB Samuel Mintah Is All Business, On And Off The Field: By Ryland Spencer

       Spending last season behind All-SPSL RB Iopu Ignacio didn’t deter Samuel Mintah (5-7 175) from the idea of eventually becoming the go to guy at Franklin Pierce. Through three games Mintah has 514 yards rushing and 7 Tds for a Cardinals team still looking to find its true identity.      In week two Sam went wild. He rushed for 280 yards on just 16 carries and scored 4…

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Speed Kills; Mercer Island’s Risley Lesko Elevating his Game: By Jordan Johnson

       A kid that has upped his stock immensely over the off season and the first few games of 2012 is Mercer Island speedster Risley Lesko (5-11 175 Sr. ATH/DB). Lesko is the go to guy on an Islander team that was headed by current Washington QB Jeff Lindquist over the last few seasons. Lindquist left the school ranked the #4 overall QB in the country, and a local…

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NEI/OSAA Network Game of the Week: #7 Century (3-0) @ #5 Tigard (2-1): By Jordan Johnson

WATCH ON: PlayOnSports.com or OSAA.TV   #5  TIGARD (2-1)   QB Jett Even 6-3 185  Jr. The kid has played well so far this year, and seems to be just getting better. Doesn’t throw a ton due to the offensive makeup, but has done a good job hitting his targets and not turning the ball over..20/39 for 298 yards and 4Tds/2Ints   RB Zach Floyd 5-10 180  Sr. Benny Wick…

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NEI/WIAANetwork.com Game Of The Week: Woodinville @ Inglemoor: 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. Woodinville Falcons (2-1) @ Inglemoor Vikings (0-3) 7pm kickoff from Pop Keeney Stadium in Bothell, WA QB Advantage: Draw Both teams feature some nice signal callers….

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One of Oregon’s Top Junior LB’s; Jacob Bucher (6-3 230) of Crescent Valley: By Jordan Johnson

       As we continue to go through our top junior athletes from the state’s of Oregon and Washington, we look at those who individuals who have established themselves early on in their career. One kid that sticks out like a sore thumb is Jacob Bucher (6-3 230 Jr. LB) of Crescent Valley, who has god given size and the desire to play ball at the highest level possible.     …

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The Future is Now; Roosevelt Sophomore QB Kimane Domena and Company: By Jordan Johnson

       Last year we got to know Christian Swain and the Roosevelt Roughriders pretty well. Swain is one of the most dedicated young coaches anywhere in the country, and has given his life to helping his kids become better young men first and athletes second.      Its no secret Roosevelt’s in a rough part of town where resources are limited, and opportunies can be hard to come by. That…

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OR/WA Top 10 Breakdown W/ Analysis: By Jordan Johnson, Ryland Spencer, Scott Eklund

    Oregon Official NEI 6A – By Jordan Johnson   1. Jesuit (3-0) – AJ Glass continued his tear and now sits with 14 Tds on the season, adding 4 more against Canby on 224 yards rushing.. Jesuit’s junior trio of Henry Mondeaux, Joey Alfieri, and Trent Werner has been phenomenal and the line has been lights out. They will get their toughest test of the season against CC, in one of…

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Skyler Phillips and Churchill Looking to Make Run at a Title: By Jordan Johnson

(Skyler Phillips 6-3 325 had a breakout off season and has continued that trend into 2012 helping the Lancers start 3-0)      One of the top teams in the State of Oregon at the 5a level is Churchill out of Eugene. The Lancers are currently 3-0 and ranked #6 in our latest NEI Top 10. This years group is the best team that the school has had in years, and…

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Talented Junior Woodinville Tailback Wyatt Smith Back and Healthy: By Scott Eklund

       He isn’t the biggest running back prospect out there, but even at 5’7″, 165 pounds, Woodinville junior RB Wyatt Smith plays much bigger than that and he’s off to a great start this season for the Falcons rushing for 284 yards and four touchdowns in his team’s first two games, both wins.      “I had good games, but it wasn’t just about me,” Smith told Northwest Elite Index…

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Newport Super Dangerous; Isaac Dotson and Drew Sample Getting it Done: By Jordan Johnson

            Newport’s 42-10 victory over a top ranked Woodinville team last night was a statement game in more ways then one. The Knights are coming off two close losses to quality teams in Capital (29-22) and South Kitsap (33-27). Newport blasted the Falcons last night behind all everything QB Isaac Dotson (6-3 220 Sr.), and NEI’s #1 ranked junior TE for the state of Washington in Drew Sample…

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