Juanita’s Tavin Montgomery stops to chat after his Rebels topped the Inglemoor Vikings 44-6.
Austin Cole chats with NEI after the Juanita Rebels defeat the Inglemoor Vikings 44-6.
Casey Selfridge heads into year four at the helm of the Lakeside program, and you will not find many coaches that have done more with less. That’s not a knock on the quality of players, as much as the quantity, as Lakeside typically doesn’t have large numbers.
In just his first season as Auburn Riverside’s head coach, Bryant Thomas injected a positive attitude about where the program was headed and he maximized the potential of the talent he had on his roster, going 7-3 and winning the SPSL 3A title.
Over the years, Skyline has been known for it’s outstanding skill position players, several of which were rated the best at their position in the country — QBs Max Browne and Jake Heaps as well as WR Kasen Williams —
One of the top athletes in the state of Oregon for the 2016 class is Justin Herbert (6-4 185 Jr. QB/ATH) of Sheldon. He is a three sport athlete that ranks at the top of the charts
To say that this 2015 Black Tornado group is special would be an understatement. The turnaround at North over the last few seasons has been storybook like.
The Bethel program has fallen on hard times recently after many years as one of the top teams in Washington. New head coach Mark Iddins takes over and looks to turn around the once proud program.
New head coach AJ Parnell takes over a program that hasn’t seen a ton of success recently, but he has done it with the big picture in mind.
John Johnson is in his 8th year as head coach of the Cougars, and has put together a rather impressive resume in such a short time. His teams have qualified for the playoffs each year of his tenure, and have reached the semifinals three times (2008, 2010 and 2012).