Sumner RB DeJon Lynch looking for his opportunity: By Ryland Spencer

January 29, 2014

DeJon Lynch Highlights   Early in 2012 a player popped onto the scene that nobody knew about. He had moved from out of the country, and quickly became known as the “Canadian Ghost”. Now following two brilliant seasons, DeJon Lynch (5’11” 215) is still looking to find a pace to call home in 2014. Lynch was speaking with Simon Fraser University, but following the season that coaching staff…


2015 Intro: Sumner WR Triston Wedington: By Scott Eklund

December 30, 2013

  Even though he played in a run-heavy offense this past season, Sumner (Wa.) WR Triston Wedington put up big enough numbers to receive First Team All-SPSL 2A honors and is one of the top returning wideouts in the state this coming fall. While helping Sumner to an 11-1 record last year, Wedington hauled in 37 catches for 612 yards and 11 touchdowns, using his 6’1″, 175-pound frame…


Two way star Austin Striplin of Sumner begins turning heads: By Scott Eklund

April 22, 2013

  After a solid junior campaign that saw him rack up 137 tackles, 10 tackles-for-loss and four sacks while helping to lead his team to the state playoffs, Sumner (Wa.) DL Austin Striplin is already attracting the attention of college coaches. “It was a good season for me individually and our team as a whole,” Striplin told Northwest Elite Index recently. “We have been working hard this offseason and I…


One of WA’s most dominant two way players; Austin Striplin of Sumner: By Ryland Spencer

February 25, 2013

I spent much of last spring/summer attending various team practices, 7-on-7 events and scrimmages. Along the way I was impressed by many players I did not know. The player that made the biggest impression on me was 2014 OL/LB Austin Striplin (6-3 245) of Sumner. The first time I saw Striplin was June 17th at the Stadium Bowl in Tacoma. Sumner, Enumclaw and Stadium all…


Sumner Jr RB DeJon Lynch making noise after transferring from Canada: By Scott Eklund

October 15, 2012

  Last year, Sumner (WA) junior RB DeJon Lynch was running wild for the John Barsby Secondary School in Nanaimo, B.C. as a sophomore, but after his father transferred from Bremerton to Sumner, he decided to move south and now is making an impact for the 6-1 Spartans. “He’s such a special talent, I really think people have been sleeping on him because nobody knew about him until…