Gig Harbor Receiving Tandem Could Be State’s Best

April 6, 2014

  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…


Gig Harbor’s Owen Taylor Helping Lead The Tides: By Scott Enyeart

August 17, 2013

  We recently told you about Gig Harbor (Wash.) standout wide receiver Reese Carlson and his commitment to the University of Montana. But Carlson isn’t the only college prospect that will take the field for Tides this fall. Along the offensive line you’ll find another player who has what it takes to continue playing at the next level in Owen Taylor. Taylor is a 6-foot-4, 290-pounder…


Gig Harbor’s Reese Carlson Makes College Decision: By Scott Enyeart

August 9, 2013

  Gig Harbor (Wash.) wideout Reese Carlson saw his stock rise after a strong junior campaign, so much so that he earned an offer from the University of Montana this offseason. This week, the 6-foot-4, 215-pounder decided to accept the scholarship offer, and verbally committed to the Grizzlies. “The past success at Montana is what drew me initially. They are almost always competing for…


The Tides of Gig Harbor could be Legit in 2013: By Jordan Johnson

May 6, 2013

  A team on the rise but still with a lot of question marks are the Tides out of Gig Harbor. We have seen a handful of kids at our elite events, and most recently our regional Issaquah Barton Camp/Combine where they each did very well. Reese Carlson (6-4 205 Jr. WR/S) looked super legit, and was selected as one of the WR MVP’s on the day with triple…