Bishop Blanchet OL/DL Raemo Trevino after a big win over Roosevelt.
Bishop Blanchet ATH Oshea Trujillo following a big win over Roosevelt.
Two of the top athletes in the country for the class of 2016 are Brady Breeze (6-1 200 FS/ATH) and Ronnie Rust (6-1 200 RB/LB) of Central Catholic.
Peninsula WR Kyle Olson-Urbon following the Seahawks 41-19 win over the Lakes Lancers.
Peninsula QB Robert Kvinsland after the Seahawks 41-19 win over the Lakes Lancers.
My Schedule Thursday – Lakes Lancers (3-0) @ Peninsula Seahawks (2-1) – 7pm Friday – Curtis Vikings (1-2) @ Graham-Kapowsin Eagles (2-1) – 7pm Saturday – Roosevelt Roughriders (3-0) @ Bishop Blanchet Braves (3-0) – 1pm Saturday – NEI Readers Pick – 6pm or 7pm To have a look at all the broadcast from around the state, visit the Broadcasts page of WaPrepZone.com, which can be found Right Here….
One of the top Junior’s in the Pacific Northwest is Jordan Happle (6-1 185 16′ WR/S) of Jesuit. He has been one of the most impressive kids in Oregon thus far, catching 17 passes for 282 yards and 2 TD’s in their first two games.
Week three is over, there are fourteen teams left undefeated, and one team moving into the top ten this week. For an updated look at the standings from around the state, head on over to WaPrepZone.com.
Week three is over, two teams have made bold statements, a top ten team got their first win, and their are nine teams left undefeated. For an updated look at the standings from around the state, head on over to WaPrepZone.com.
The Wilson Rams are off to a 3-0 start, with their offense averaging 40 points per game, and may not be playing their best football. They are led by one of the state’s top duel-threat quarterbacks, Julius Yates-Brown, who through three games is averaging close to 300 yards of total offense per game.