Week two is in the book, the Memorial Football Classic looks to have been a success, a top 3A team beat a top 4A team, and the Bellevue Wolverines beat another out of state opponent.
Week two has come and gone, with a few upsets, a game that saw over 1,100 yards of total offense. There are 18 undefeated teams left in 4A, including three from the Kingco Conference.
One of the top athletes in the Northwest for the class of 2017 is David Morris of Sherwood. The 6-3 200 pound sophomore could be ranked among the top athletes nationally at his position.
A traditional 4A power now playing 5A ball is Central High School out of Independence, Oregon. They are led by returning all state back Wesley Riddell (5-11 175 15′) who is currently one of the region’s leading rushers through the first two weeks.
This list is a way to showcase the 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, and I will be sure to add them.
Tahoma Bears QB/DE Amandre Williams after Monday’s practice.
It’s to early to say for sure, but the 5A Redmond Panthers look to be back on track. The IMC school has blasted their last two opponents by a combined score of 118-35, but even they would say you need to take the competition into account.
Here is a look at the top performers from week two in the Oregon/SW Washington region.
Week two in the books, and we have selected four athletes for this week’s Elite Performance. Voting will end Tuesday night at 8:00 pm, with the winner receiving an article on NEI.
Todd Beamer ATH Dashay Ware after the Titans 33-0 win over the #5 ranked Evergreen Plainsmen.