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Washington’s top high school football players: Meet the state’s must-see linebackers in fall 2021

Over the next few weeks, SBLive will take a position-by-position look at some of the top high school football players across the state of Washington. Based on a knowledge base bolstered by extensive conversations with coaches, talent evaluators and other media, SBLive took a look at which linebackers rise above the pack, across each classification. Players are only eligible for one position list, which means the many athletes who are standouts at multiple spots will be included in the position group they either excel more at, prefer or project to play at the next level.
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La Center routs Seton to set up showdown for Trico title

With fall temperatures dropping and the football stakes rising, La Center is right where it wants to be. The Wildcats are one win from the Class 1A Trico League title. La Center made sure of that Friday with a 61-14 win over Seton Catholic. That sets up a winner-take-all showdown...
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5 games to watch Friday night in Week 8 of Oregon high school football

— Top Oregon HS football games — Friday, Oct. 22 (Week 8) Sheldon (6-1) at Roseburg (7-0), 7 p.m. The game of the year in southern Oregon will decide the Class 6A Southwest Conference title. The Irish survived last week against North Medford to earn a shot at a third consecutive conference championship. Roseburg is the surprise team in 6A this season, with its seven wins more than the previous three seasons combined. Roseburg looks to win its first title since sharing the Southern Oregon Conference crown in 2005. The Irish have won 14 in a row against Roseburg, which last won in the series in 2001.
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Tom White, Davis Dufort help Wells Guardians notch 1st win — 22-6 over Lincoln

Tom White scored touchdowns on both of his receptions and had a two-point conversion, Davis Dufort gained 129 yards and scored a touchdown on the ground, and the host Guardians (1-7, 1-5 Portland Interscholastic League) posted their first win by defeating the visiting Cardinals at Wells High School in the Hillsdale neighborhood of Southwest Portland.

No. 4 Marist Catholic rolls past Elmira, awaits date with No. 1 Marshfield

Cole Tyner had an interception in the first half, and the Spartans of Eugene held the visiting Falcons (2-7, 1-3) scoreless until the final two minutes in their Sky-Em League victory. Colton Leturno scored on a one-yard keeper for the Falcons. Carter Greene passed for touchdowns of 24 and 50...

Oregon high school football Week 8 recap: Top stars, best games, biggest wins

— Our complete high school football preview:. No. 4 West Linn 31, No. 1 Lake Oswego 14 | full story, photos. Gage Hurych’s field goal in the third quarter broke a 14-14 tie and gave the Lions the lead for good, and West Linn held the Lakers scoreless after halftime in the Three Rivers League game in Lake Oswego.

New agreement gives CCC students easier pathway to four-year art degree

Aspiring artists attending Chemeketa Community College will have an easier time earning a four-year degree. The college announced last week it had entered an agreement with the Portland-based Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) allowing Chemeketa students admitted to the art school to earn guaranteed scholarships and credit transfer, according to a news release.

Liberty keeps title hopes alive with 46-28 win over Century

The Falcons remain undefeated in Pacific Conference play and will host Sherwood Oct. 29 for the league championship.It's been Liberty's goal since before the season to win a Pacific Conference championship, and with nothing but the Century Jaguars between them and a shot at that title, the Falcons dispatched the Jags 46-28 Friday night, Oct. 22, at Century High School. Liberty quarterback Hiro Diamond combined for 303 yards through the ground and air, had a part in five Falcon touchdowns, and watched as his defense held the high-octane Century offense mostly at bay, setting up a de facto conference championship...

PIL football statistical leaders through Week 7

— Our complete high school football preview:. Top stars, best games, biggest wins from seventh week. Imarion Kelly, Roosevelt – (78 – 136) 1,361 yards. Zander Garner, Franklin – (100 – 171) 1,163 yards. Kellen Segel, Grant – (55 – 112) 867 yards. James Bell, McDaniel – (70 – 135)...