I’d like to thank our new co-editor, TDA16, for all his work. All NWL, most WCL, and a whole ton of historical data have been courtesy of him. Furthermore, he’s taken on much of the editing and quality control work.
As some may have noticed, there’s now “awards” data for players. Look at Jordan Slesk for example. Basically, that means all-league and all-state honors, from sources such as league coaches, media and WashingtonPreps. Please send in your all-league info when available.
Chase Schmidtz got a brief mention in Herald for his first WWU start Saturday, picking up a sack. http://news.bellinghamherald.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20051005/SPORTS0701/510050363/1004/SPORTS
Meridian’s all-everything linebacker, Brady Emmons (’04), has walked-on at Washington State. Emmons will join the team for spring practices, starting the week of March 21st. More information at the Bellingham Herald
Meridian places 10 players on the 2004 All-WCL Team, as voted by leagueÂ coaches DEFENSE MVP — Tim Martin — LC — SR SAFETY — Matt Karuza — Meridian — SR / 2nd team – Joey Paciorek — Blanie — SO CORNER — Jordan Slesk — Meridian — SR / 2nd team — Matt Hagen — ...
Most Valuable Players Overall: J.R. Hasty, Bellevue Class 4A: Taylor Rank, Evergreen (Vancouver) Class 3A: Hasty, Bellevue Class 2A: Jordan Slesk, Meridian Class 1A: Jeff Jack, Royal Class B-11: Jacob Kragt, Lind-Ritzville Class B-8: Kevin Dainty, Lacrosse-Washtucna http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/sports/2002123419_allstate18.html