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LO’s Playmaker Stevie Coury

IStevie Coury (5-11 165 Sr. WR) has been breaking off DB’s for awhile now. He is considered one of Oregon’s top receivers and his numbers reflect his dominance. His 910 receiving yards, and 11 touchdowns put him towards the top of Oregon’s 6a statistical leaders behind only Sheldon’s Connor Strahm (6-1 210 Jr. SB) and Lakeridge’s Blake Dutton (6-2 190 Sr. SB). He is the son of Steve Coury, one…

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Mountain View: Legit 5A contender

IWhen healthy the #3 ranked Mt View Cougars are a legitimate state title contender at the 5a level. They are (8-1) and have a senior group that is super legit. The kids from Central Oregon haven’t gotten the attention they probably deserve after a 41-18 loss to Sherwood earlier in the year. They were not fully healthy and the Bowmen provided a very hostile environment. Give credit where credit is…

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Breaking News.. Halverson commits to PSU

In Breaking News reported late last night Daniel Halverson (6-2 232 Sr. LB/FB) made his intentions known committing to Portland St. “It felt right and I felt at home, it was time”, Halverson says. Earlier in the day we had reported that Army had come through with an offer, and by that evening things had taken a different route. This is a big score for the Vikings keeping this local…

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One of Oregon’s Premier Senior Wideouts: Adam Winterling

NEI’s #2 ranked Wide Receiver state wide has quietly had an outstanding year. Adam Winterling (6-4 200 Sr WR) has 24 receptions for 464 yards and 8 touchdowns averaging 19.33 yards per catch. He has done all this playing for a team with a running quarterback. Over the spring and summer Winterling earned praise by dominating the camp circuit and becoming one of the premier wide outs in the Northwest….

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Conference POY Final Predictions 6A/5A

6A METRO O- AJ Glass 6-1 195 Jr RB (Jesuit)..Could be Thomas Tyner, but he was hurt for an extended period of time.. Glass went for 17 Tds and 1406 yds averaging 7 yds a carry. D- Evan Colorito 6-4 210 Jr DE (Beaverton)..2nd state sacks (7) 6a, 6 Tackles Per game..Game changing kid that played on sub par team THREE RIVERS O- Steven Long 5-7 175 Sr RB (Lake…

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Q and A with New Duck Brett Bafaro

Over the last few years we have had the pleasure of getting to know one of the most refreshingly unique, high profile student athletes the state of Oregon has seen in years. He is currently ranked the #3 (NEI) overall recruit in Oregon and the top linebacker in the Pacific Northwest. On Friday Bafaro announced that he would be committing to Oregon and finalizing his decision. It came down to…

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Oregon’s Top Linebacker for 2013? Mitch Lomax

Mitch Lomax (6-4 235 LB Jr.) comes in ranked (NEI) the top junior linebacker in the state and he looks to be just getting better. He has become a game changing type linebacker that has helped LO get off to a (8-0) start and a #2 overall state ranking. As most know he is also the son of legendary NFL QB Neil Lomax, and it has become very apparent that…

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Oregon’s Top Linebacker for 2013? Mitch Lomax

Mitch Lomax (6-4 235 LB Jr.) comes in ranked (NEI) the top junior linebacker in the state and he looks to be just getting better. He has become a game changing type linebacker that has helped LO get off to a (8-0) start and a #2 overall state ranking. As most know he is also the son of legendary NFL QB Neil Lomax, and it has become very apparent that…

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Oregon 6A State Players of the Year (#1-10)

Over the season we have been tracking the conference favorites for player of the year honors. Here we have the best of the best and a breakdown of who might win the State Player of the year award on Offense and Defense. The NEI Player of the Year Award will go to the kid who’s most valuable to their particular team. We would like any input or feedback as to…

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Playmakers: Antonio Bella & Devauntae Hoffman

My definition of a playmaker is an athlete that can dramatically effect the outcome of a ballgame from anywhere on the field. Having a special player that can break a game wide open at any moment gives your team a chance regardless of the situation. Two players that have established themselves as some of the top playmakers in the Northwest are the dynamic juniors: Roosevelt’s WR/DB #23 Antonio Bella (5-10,…

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