Week 2 high school football preview

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Updated: September 9, 2011, 6:04 PM

 

Friday’s games

Fort Vancouver at Battle Ground, 7 p.m.

Lakes vs. Evergreen, 5 p.m. at McKenzie Stadium (KKOV 1550 AM or www.1550talk.com)

Mark Morris vs. Heritage, 8 p.m. at McKenzie Stadium (KKOV 1550 AM or www.1550talk.com)

Union at Enumclaw, 7 p.m.

Mountain View at Camas, 7 p.m.

Columbia River at Kelso, 7 p.m.

Hudson’s Bay at R.A. Long, 7 p.m.

Prairie at Hockinson, 7 p.m.

White Salmon at Washougal, 7 p.m.

Woodland at Ridgefield, 7 p.m.

Montesano at Castle Rock, 7 p.m.

Hoquiam at Kalama, 7 p.m.

Manson at Ilwaco, 7 p.m.

Rochester at La Center, 7 p.m.

Toledo at Rainier, 7 p.m.

Stevenson at Corbett, Ore., 7 p.m.

Saturday’s game

Skyview at Coeur d’Alene, 1 p.m.

Game notes

GAME OF THE WEEK: On balloting at www.facebook.com/360preps, most games drew between 20-50 votes, others drew more. The Prairie-Hockinson game drew 90 votes and Union-Enumclaw drew 150 votes. But the Camas-Mountain View, by Thursday afternoon, had drawn more than 400 votes. Camas won the balloting with 58 percent of the votes.

LEAGUE PLAY: The Class 3A Greater St. Helens will have two league games Friday. And they’re two good games: the aforementioned Camas-Mountain View, and Columbia River at Kelso.

ALL-STAR TEAM: What is the best team in Clark County? Skyview? Camas? Union? Mountain View? Well, while you debate that, the best team to play a game in Clark County this season might be playing Friday at McKenzie Stadium. No, not Evergreen or Heritage. It’s Lakes of Lakewood. The Lancers are ranked No. 2 in Class 3A behind perennial power Bellevue and have three players ranked in the state’s Top 15 of college recruits by Rivals.com: OL Zach Banner (No. 2), QB Cedric Dozier (No. 4) and DB Ma’ne Manaea (No. 15).

STAT LINE OF THE WEEK: To the right, you can see a list of the area’s statistical leaders from Week 1. But there’s one local player who put up the best numbers of all: King’s Way Christian QB Jay Becker. Becker rushed for 294 yards and 4 TDs and passed for 220 more and another TD in the Knights’ 36-0 win over Sunnyside Christian. But the Knights play 8-man football, which is a completely different game than 11-man football, so that’s why we don’t list him among our leaders.

Statistical leaders

RUSHING No. Yds. TD

Michael Knox, Ridgefield 16 247 3

Eli Whitmire, Woodland 19 211 3

Cy Whitmire, Woodland 20 173 1

Remick Kawawaki, Columbia River 21 144 1

Parker Henry, Skyview 21 135 1

Josiah Niemela, Hockinson 25 135 1

PASSING Com Att Yds TD

Colin Seitz, Prairie 24 36 311 3

Ian Humphrey, Battle Ground 12 25 194 1

Jacob Austin, Fort Vancouver 15 33 191 0

Kieran McDonagh, Skyview 16 22 187 2

Jake Johnson, La Center 13 23 179 2

RECEIVING No. Yds TD

Forest Russell, Skyview 6 111 1

Ansel Cecil, Prairie 7 103 2

Taylor VanHeck, Fort Vancouver 6 101 0

Trevor Ingram, Battle Ground 4 76 1

Jesse Zalk, Prairie 4 74 1