WA Top Multi Sport Athlete Trent Riley of Mount Si grabs first offer from Idaho State: By Jordan Johnson

December 6, 2012

       One of Washington’s Top Multi Sport athletes, Trent Riley (6-2 210 Sr. WR/S) received his first D1 offer on the football field Wednesday, and we commend the Idaho St Bengals on being the first to recognize a LEGIT D1 talent. Almost as much as any kid in the state, Riley’s ceiling is ridiculously high. He is one off the state’s top hoopers, and also a two way threat…


Hank Van Liew of Mount Si, One of The Most Underrated LBs In The NW: By Ryland Spencer

November 15, 2012

  Hank Van Liew Highlight Video        To call the Mount Si defense nasty would be a bit of an understatement. The Wildcats have been putting a lot of zeros in opposing box scores and the leader of that defense is Sr. LB Hank Van Liew (5-11 205).      Looking over the KingCo stats you will see Van Liew’s name in every defensive category. He led the league in…


NEI/WIAA Network Game Of The Week: #1 Bellevue (6-0) @ #2 Mount Si (6-0): By Ryland Spencer

October 10, 2012

*This game is being featured as a Game Of The Week and you can find the online broadcast at WIAANetwork.com. When the game ends it will be archived and available to view within the hour. This is a free service presented by PlayOn! Sports.     Quarterbacks: Advantage: Mount Si Mount Si’s Nick Mitchell (6-2 170) is our co-#1 ranked for the 2014 recruiting class. The Wildcats are the better…


Washington’s Week 6 Elite Performers: By Ryland Spencer

*This list is a way to showcase this 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. *In the future, to find this list you will need to look under the “Players Of The Week” tab. Doing this will allow us to have more content about the…

October 7, 2012

Maybe the Top Dual Sport Athlete in the NW; Mt Si’s Trent Riley: By Jordan Johnson

September 24, 2012

        Maybe the top dual sport athlete in the northwest, that some people might not know about is Trent Riley (6-2 190 Sr. WR/S) of Mt Si. Riley missed last football season due to injury, after a sophomore season that saw him earn second team all KingCo honors after catching 26 passes for 515 yards and 7 Tds. He started both ways and intercepted two passes during…