The season is a few short days away, and a kid you will hear a lot about over the next two years is Junior LB Kiahve Dennis-Lee (6-2 190 16′) of Oregon City.
Spartans head coach Keith Ross is one of the more underrated coaches in the state. He is heading into his 13th season at the helm, and has guided his teams to multiple league titles.
Eric Kurle’s 10-plus seasons with Graham-Kapowsin have been an unmitigated success, but last year’s team might have been his best up to this point, going 10-1 with their only loss coming in the first round of the state playoffs to a very good Bothell squad.
Entering his third year at the helm of the Tides, head coach Aaron Chantler thinks he’s got a pretty good team on his hands, but a huge determinant on how the team does this season will rely upon how their…
The Cascade football program was one of the most storied in the state two decades ago, but years of mismanagement, redistricting and bad coaching doomed them to the cellar of the WESCO 4A standings. Then came Joe Cronin and he brought with him…
A Junior on the rise in the State of Oregon is Grant Nielsen (6-0 210 16′ LB/RB) of Tualatin. He has been a fixture on the camp circuit over the last 2 years and looks like one of the top LB’s in the State for the 2016 class.
Consider the Tigard Tigers a 6A title contender as we will have them ranked #2 to start the season. They are legit up front with the state’s top two junior offensive lineman leading the way. Conner Crist (6-4 295 16′ T) and Derek McMurray (6-7 340 16′ T) could both be double digit D1 offer kids, projecting as two of the top lineman on the west coast for their class….
Monte Kohler is heading into his 30th season as the head coach at O’Dea, and as usual, he has a tough-physical football team capable of making a deep run in the playoffs.
Get used to the name Rey Green (5-11 195 16′ RB/DB) as he will be one of the most recruited kids in the West for the class of 2016. The Junior out of Evergreen HS in Vancouver, WA is for real.
Head coach Tony Davis is heading into his 21st season at the Maple Valley school, and has done a tremendous job, but is really going to have to do some of his best coaching for the Bears to make a run this season.