If we are talking about the top players in Oregon thus far, covering the first half of the season, Michael Waters (5-9 195 15′ RB/DB) is one of the first names that comes to mind.
One of the Northwest’s most exciting athletes added to his list of scholarship offers this week, as Sam Inos (5-11 180 Sr. ATH/DB) received his 3rd overall from…
We hit the midpoint of the season this week, and the playoff races are starting to take shape. Take a look at the key matchups for week five in Washington.
Week four is over, nine teams remain undefeated, the Peninsula Seahawks made a pretty solid statement, and two teams jumped into our top ten rankings. For an updated look at the standings from around the state, head on over to WaPrepZone.com.
One of the top players in the State of Oregon for the class of 2015 is Nick Janakes (6-0 200 Sr. RB/LB) of North Medford. He earned 1st team all SWC honors on both sides of the ball as a Junior, and is on his way to having a very similar season in 2014.
Week four has come and gone. There were some tremendous performance, a couple major upsets, and we are now left with just seven undefeated teams. For an updated look at the standings from around the state, head on over to WaPrepZone.com.
This list is a way to showcase the weeks top performances. I am sure I missed a few and would like to know the ones I did. You can either comment on here or send me an email at Ringerland@gmail.com, and I will be sure to add them.
Check out the top performances Oregon and Southwest Washington during week four.
Week four is in the books, and we have selected three athletes for this week’s Elite Performance. There were many great performances this week, but these three really stood out above the rest. Voting will end Tuesday night at 8:00 pm.
Cascade Christian QB Jaelin Goldsmith following the Cougars win over Lindbergh.