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Gig Harbor Receiving Tandem Could Be State’s Best

  One of the top receiving duos in the state of Washington resides on the Kitsap Peninsula in the pair of Gig Harbor’s Santana Johnson and Noah Samsen. Here’s a look at what each does on the football field and what it was that made them fast friends after meeting last summer. “Santana was at Wilson (Tacoma) and moved here to Gig Harbor and (a friendship) happened pretty…

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NEI expands coverage with appointment of Breck Johnson: By Ryland Spencer

At NEI, we are always looking to expand our coverage. For a few years now we have been kicking around the idea of covering youth football, as there are many quality programs around the state. With that, we are excited to announce the appointment of Breck Johnson to head up our youth coverage. We couldn’t be more excited to have Breck as a part of NEI, as he brings the same level of…

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One of OR’s fastest rising Junior’s; Chris Adamo of Mountain View: By Jordan Johnson

  As our elite events continue into March one of the breakout performers state wide has been Chris Adamo (5-11 165 Jr. CB/ATH) of Mountain View High School in Bend. He has made the trip to Portland almost every weekend, making a name for himself against the top athletes in the Northwest. Adamo has shown the ability to maneuver and make adjustments the way very few DB’s can….

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Under the Radar; Senior Quarterbac​k AJ Woodin: By Jordan Johnson

  Signing day has come and gone but the recruiting process is far from over. A host of the state’s top senior athletes are still deciding where they will go to school, as we will see a number of the Northwest’s upperclassmen making decisions in the very near future. AJ Woodin (5-11 185 Sr. QB) out of Southridge HS (Beaverton, OR) started the last two seasons for the…

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