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Skyview Storm Junior Wide-Outs: Forrest Russell & Reiley Henderson

Skyview High School in Vancouver, WA is home to one of the most dynamic wide receiver duo’s in the northwest.  Juniors Forrest Russell and Reiley Henderson have been causing absolute havoc in the Greater St. Helens League for 2 years now.  At any moment either one of these young Storm receivers can take it the distance and no one has benefited more than quarterback Kieran McDonagh.  These two-sport stars are…

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Oregon Class of 2013

We at NEI would like to thank all of you for the overwhelming support and feedback that has been given since we started less then two months ago. All of the rankings are subject to change as we breakdown individuals based on college potential and where they project at the next level. Our goal is to provide you with a reliable rankings source that Oregon has been lacking. Here you…

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The Future Is Bright – Southridge Football

Three years removed from a state title and the Southridge Football program out of Beaverton has had its ups and downs. One thing that has remained consistent has been the quality of athlete coming out of the the Murrayhill area. Its the ideal place to raise a family, where sports are looked at as a way to represent your community and carry on proud traditions.   Whether its football, baseball,…

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Game of the Week Breakdown: South Medford vs Roseburg

Game of the Week Breakdown: South Medford vs Roseburg October 4, 2011 by Taylor Barton Having seen most of the top teams in the State this year, I was excited to see the South Medford vs. Roseburg game at Findley Stadium in Roseburg Friday night. I’ve met and worked with quite a few kids from both programs in the off season, so I knew their was talent on both sides….

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Oregon/Washington Top Athletes, No Offers 2012

DJ May- Federal Way- 5-11 185 RB/S- Federal Way- Not a ton of experience coming into high school, but he has blown up.. Scouts don’t question his speed (4.49) electronic. He has rushed for 12 total Tds and over 563 yards in the first 4 games. This past spring he MVP’d the Oregon NFTC at RB all the more proving he was legit. He also finished in the top 10…

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Lebanon vs Wilsonville Breakdown

In a contest between two Top 10 5a Teams the Lebanon Warriors (3-1) squeaked out a victory over the previously undefeated Wildcats of Wilsonville (3-1). The Non conference matchup featured Lebanon’s misdirection offense lead by returning conference player of the year Ben Duerr (6-0 170 QB/S Sr.), and Wilsonville’s plethora of returning all league athletes. The Mid Willamette Conference and The Northwest Oregon Conference both produce Top 10 teams on…

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Alex Matthews: Ballin, Lake O 4-0

If you are looking for the top recruit in the Northwest without an offer look no further then Lake Oswego. Alex Matthews (6-3 205 QB Sr.) sent Jesuit packing less then a week ago on ESPN U in front of a national television audience. He has been nothing short of outstanding the first 4 games of the season leading his Lakers to a 4-0 record against some of the top…

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Tigard Tigers: Dominant So Far in 2011

This year’s Tigard Tigers team is looking as dominant as ever in this young 2011 season. Thru 4 games the Tigers are averaging 48.7 PPG on offense while boasting an overall 4-0 record (2-0) in Pacific Conference play. Big non-conference wins versus Southridge (49-41) and Grant (49-24) have the Tigers sitting at #5 in our NEI 6A poll while also being ranked #2 overall in the OSAA’s new 6A RPI…

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Bryson Sullivan – One of Oregon’s Top Dual Threats Getting Healthy

One of the most dominant Juniors in the state of Oregon is back and even better in 2011. Fresh off a 2010 state title Bryson Sullivan (6-4 250 TE/DE Jr.) is a leader on both sides of the football, and part of one of the best junior classes Oregon has seen in recent years ( Thomas Tyner 6-1 210 RB Jr, Brayden Kearsley 6-5 270 OL/DL Jr, and Michael Kluge…

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Tanner Sanders – Oregon’s #1 Recruit for 2014

As of right now the top recruit in the state of Oregon for the 2014 class is Tanner Sanders (6-5 185 WR/QB/DB So.) of Crescent Valley. He has been nothing short of spectacular starting as a freshman and only getting better. The 2010 season saw him lead his team in multiple categories (39 rec, 662 receiving yards, 8 Td’s, 16.97 YPC). To put this into perspective he finished 6th in…

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