Monday, November 24, 2014

2014 Scrimmage High School Football MVP

Here is a clip from this week's show in which Daniel and Justin discuss and name the 2014 Scrimmage High School Football MVP.

The Candidates:
Anothony Louthan - Montesano
Austin Floch - Aberdeen
Elliot Murdoch - Raymond
Tyler White - Hoquiam

High School Football Wrap-Up, The Scrimmage MVP & H.S. Basketball Preview

North Beach, Raymond and Twin Valley all lost in the quarter-final round of the state playoffs on Saturday, ending the high school football season for the Twin Harbors.

This week, we wrapped up the high school football season by recapping those playoff games, discussing the season as a whole and naming our 2014 Scrimmage MVP. Candidates included Aberdeen's Austin Floch, Hoquiam's Tyler White, Montesano's Anthony Louthan and Raymond's Elliot Murdoch.

We then turned our attention to the fact that high school basketball season is just around the corner! Are you curious how the defending league champion Hoquiam boys will fare? Or how the Aberdeen boys will do in the new combo-league? We've got you covered!

Monday, November 17, 2014

State Playoff Recap, Seahawks Sadness & Felix Snubbed

This week we recapped local high school football action from the first round of the state playoffs. North Beach, Raymond & Twin Valley advance, Montesano, Hoquiam & Pe Ell-Willapa Valley fall.
Also, what key pieces will Hoquiam & Montesano bring back next season & what can we expect from next year's Grizzlies & Bulldogs?

We then discussed some key points from the Seahawks loss to the Chiefs & whether or not Felix Hernandez should have won the AL Cy Young Award.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

District Crossover Wrap-Up and Russell Wilson Apologies

This week we wrapped up local high school football action, including district crossover wins for Montesano, Hoquiam and Pe Ell-Willapa Valley.
We also previewed next week's state playoff match-ups.

In the second half of the show, we talked about the Seahawks and reviewed Russell Wilson's season. He has faced a lot of criticism lately. Is it fair? Let us enlighten you.