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Date archives October 2018

Northwest Prep Sports

Chosen 25 guard Kyree Walker decommits from Arizona State

Phoenix Hillcrest Prep junior guard Kyree Walker, who committed to Arizona State two summers ago when he made the move from the Bay Area, has reopened his recruitment, his father and coach Khari Walker said.
“We sat down and talked about it,” said Khari, a coach at Hillcrest Prep. “He just wants the opportunity to be recruited. We’re not saying he’s not going to go to ASU. He just wants the opportunity to go through a year of being recruited

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LSU commit Cade York celebrates UA All-America Game Selection

Prosper (Texas) high school kicker Cade York received his Under Armour All-America Game jersey Friday at his school as part of the American Family Insurance Selection Tour.
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A 6-1, 190-pound kicker is the 2nd-ranked player at his position in the country, according to ESPN.
Cade York (Photo: Intersport)
York committed to LSU in late April, which currently ranks No. 8, according to ESPN.
The Under Armour All-America Game is scheduled for Jan

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NFL QB Drew Stanton: 'It just doesn't seem fair' that Harrison HS is closing

It was the summer of 2000 and Gaylord Stanton had just landed a job in his home state of Michigan.
His son, Drew, was entering his junior year of high school and as a sophomore quarterback in Oregon had established himself as a Division-I recruit.
On top of that, the youngster was an outstanding baseball prospect.
All the family had to do was find a high school.
Stanton’s father had a friend who was a sports writer for the Oregonian and he called five sports writers in Michigan, asking each for recommendations of five schools they would send their son if he was a good athlete, especially in football

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After death of player, Wis. HS team wins emotional playoff game

In a game in which the St. Mary’s Springs Ledgers played with a lot of heart after the loss of one of their players, coach Bob Hyland and his team rallied with a 62-13 domination over the Dominican Knights in the first round of the WIAA playoffs at Lomira High School.
With fans and teammates showing their support for No. 62 Trent Schueffner and his family after the junior defensive lineman and offensive tackle passed away in a duck hunting accident, the Ledgers were able to put all their emotions into a dominating win.
Schueffner’s junior classmate, Jacob Hoch, was the first to put points on the board