Catching up with Bothell’s Jackson Keimig

June 18, 2014

  Recruiting is in full swing right now, with offers flying around, and no athlete has been more active than Jackson Keimig of Bothell (Wash.) High School. Since we last updated you, Keimig has received seven offers, and is now at a total of nine. Idaho was his first offer, followed by Dartmouth, and has since added Bryant, Air Force, Columbia, Montana, Montana State, PENN and Yale. …


Washington Elite Event Breakdown for 2/16/2014: By Ryland Spencer

February 18, 2014

  Click for Barton Elite Event Video   The Barton Football Academy resumed Elite Events this past weekend after a two-week layoff due to the Super Bowl and a snowy weather cancellation. We feel fortunate to be working with the State’s top athletes, and this week is no exception. The group of Linebackers is as good as we have seen so far this offseason. Barton Football coach Dion Alexander determined…


Bothell, McPherson run all over Redmond en route to 49-14 victory: By Marshall Cherrington

October 5, 2013

It was something the Bothell faithful had seen before. The opening kickoff. Number 20 back to return. An effervescent atmosphere. A big-time game. A chance to prove themselves once again. The Bothell Cougar’s matchup against the undefeated Redmond Mustangs started off with a bang on homecoming night, as a play developed before spectator’s eyes that looked awfully reminiscent of Bothell’s very first play of the season. 2015 ATH Sam…


Ranking Washington’s Top 10 HS Football Uniforms: By Ryland Spencer and Scott Enyeart

July 24, 2013

We are very excited to be starting a new interactive feature here at NEI, where players and fans of high school football here in the Northwest will be able to answer a weekly question relating to the game we all love and the players who play it. Readers will be able to submit their answers via twitter by simply tweeting using the hashtag #NEIpoll, and top tweets and poll results…


*VIDEO* Catching Up With Bothell WR Jackson Keimig: By Scott Enyeart

June 15, 2013

  We’ve mentioned to you in recent months that the football program at Bothell (Wash.) features one of the more inexperienced rosters in the state – or at least that’s how it appears on paper. The Cougars replace 21 starters from the 2012 squad, returning only class of 2015 QB Ross Bowers. However, though the names at the top of the depth chart may be new, they certainly aren’t…


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…


Ross Bowers Embracing Role As Bothell’s Only Returning Starter: By Scott Enyeart

April 23, 2013

  The Bothell (Wash.) Cougars know they lost 21 starters from last year’s KingCo Crest Division Championship team. They know that opposing teams in the area are expecting them to have a “down” year after losing so many key players. They know what naysayers are saying about them. And they know that none of these things will define them in 2013. The lone returning starter for the Cougs…