Intro 2016: Rashaad Boddie of Skyline

June 20, 2014

       A name to keep an eye on this fall for the 2016 recruiting class is Skyline (Sammamish, Wa.) RB Rashaad Boddie. The talented runner is driven to be one of the best ball-carriers in the state, regardless of class, and he’s working hard this offseason to prepare for a big junior season.      Boddies posted 524 yards and seven scores on 84 carries, to go along with six…

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Weekend Recap 6/16/2014

  Some parts of the job can be a bit of a grind, but it is weekends like this last one that remind you just how much fun your job can be. Skyline High School hosted their annual Skills and Drills on the Hill. It is a two day 7-on-7 event, with a Kicking Competition Saturday, and Lineman Competition on Sunday. After Saturday’s event, I made my way out to Mount…

June 16, 2014
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Saffle grabs first offer: By Scott Eklund

February 19, 2014

       Skyline (Sammamish, Wa.) LB Cameron Saffle has patiently waited for his first offer and that was rewarded on Wednesday when Idaho became the first school to extend an offer his way.      “Just got offered by Idaho,” was the text message Saffle sent to Northwest Elite Index.      The offer from the Vandals is Saffle’s first and could be joined soon by some bigger schools like Washington, Washington…

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2015 prospect watch; WR Derek Loville of Skyline: By Ryland Spencer

January 22, 2014

       For years the Skyline Spartans have been known for having one of the best passing attacks in High School Football, and have produced many high caliber athletes along the way. One of the next in line at Wide Receivers appears to be junior Derek Loville (6’3″ 185).      The name may sound familiar to some of you, as his dad, also Derek, was a RB at the University of Oregon in the…

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Top Athlete / No Offer; Skyline DE Josh Wright: By Ryland Spencer

December 19, 2013

Click For Josh Wright Highlights        The state of Washington is littered with defensive lineman that have a knack for getting to the QB. Arguably the top sackmaster in the state is Josh Wright (6’1″ 220) of Skyline High School in Sammamish.      As a junior Wright had nine sacks for the Spartans, who won the 4A state championship. This season, Wright doubled up finishing with 18 sacks, including twice…

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On The Recruiting Trail; Skyline DE/OLB Josh Wright: By Scott Enyeart

July 10, 2013

       Sammamish (Wash.) Skyline defensive end Josh Wright is coming off a junior season that saw him earn All-KingCo honors as one of the top sack-leaders in the state. In addition to rushing the passer, Wright has shown that he can be equally effective against the run.      As the offseason has progressed, recruiting for the 6-foot-2, 220-pound Wright has started to pick up, though somehow he…

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Skyline’s Kilton Anderson On his commitment: By Scott Enyeart

June 22, 2013

       New Sammamish (Wash.) Skyline QB Kilton Anderson isn’t all that far removed from finding a home to play his senior year of football. Several weeks ago the 6-foot-3, 200-pound Anderson who accounted for 45 touchdowns during his junior season, and runs a 4.5 40 yard dash – transferred to the Washington prep powerhouse from Naples HS in Florida where he was an All-State player.      But Anderson has…

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Multiple Teams Impress At Skyline Passing Tourney And Linemen Competitio​n: By Scott Enyeart

June 9, 2013

       There was lots of sun and lots of football being played on the plateau this weekend, as Skyline HS hosted its annual “Skills and Drills on The Hill / Linemen Competition”.      Teams from all over of the state made the trip to Sammamish to participate in the two day passing tournament and single-day big man battle.      As would be expected, the KingCo Conference was well-represented with…

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Carrying on the Tradition at Skyline; DE/TE Cameron Saffle Next In Line: By Scott Enyeart

May 23, 2013

       The football team at Sammamish (Wash.) Skyline High School rarely seems to rebuild, but rather reload. Year after year new standouts emerge that have come up through the Skyline Youth Football program learning “The Spartan Way”. Sometimes they’re players who are already household names locally – like a Max Browne, and other times they’re players who come in without a lot of fanfare and go on to become…

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Florida All-State QB Kilton Anderson Set To Become A Spartan: By Scott Enyeart

May 1, 2013

Click Here For Kilton Anderson Highlights          This isn’t how QB Kilton Anderson had envisioned things.      After leading Naples (Fla.) High School deep into the state playoffs his sophomore and junior seasons, and being named 1st Team All-State in Florida’s largest division, Anderson was determined to bring a state championship home to Naples in his senior year. It would be a storybook ending to his high school…

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