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Seattle Seahawks High School Coach of the Week
The Seattle Seahawks High School Coach of the Week Program presented by UnitedHealthcare aids in the development of youth football.
Each week during the high school football season, the Washington State Football Coaches Association selects two high school football coaches as the Coach of the Week winners. Each recipient receives a $500 grant from the NFL towards their football program.
At the conclusion of the high school season one coach is selected as the NFL High School Coach of the Year for the state of Washington. The NFL High School Coach of the Year receives a $2,000 grant.
September 2, 2016: The crowd at Friday's non-league contest between the Richland Bombers and the visiting Skyline Spartans, observed Richland's football squad defeat Skyline by a count of 38-27.
The Bombers now own a 1-0 record. They play next when they travel to Wenatchee for a non-league contest on Friday, September 9. Richland will encounter a Panthers squad coming off a 32-18 non-league loss to Southridge. The Panthers record now stands at 0-1.
September 2, 2016: Royal Knights followers were in high spirits Friday as they observed their football squad edge the visiting Ellensburg Bulldogs (Ellensburg, WA), 21-14 in a non-league battle.
The Knights now possess a 1-0 record. They play next when they travel to Zillah for a non-league battle on Friday, September 9. Royal will play a Leopards squad coming off a 62-6 non-league win over Wahluke (Mattawa, WA). The Leopards record now stands at 1-0.
September 9, 2016: Skyline Spartans fans left the game content Friday as they saw their football team defeat Gonzaga Prep, 26-23, in triple overtime in a rematch of the 2015 4-A State title game.
With the triumph, Skyline improves its record to 1-1 on the campaign. The Spartans host Eastlake to confront the Wolves in a 4-A KingCo test on Friday, September 16. The Wolves come into the test with a record of 2-0.
September 9, 2016: The visiting South Bend Indians ripped their host, Chief Leschi Warriors, 52-20 in Friday's non-league challenge.
The Indians (2-0) will now prepare for their challenge against Wahkiakum. The Wahkiakum Mules come into the non-league challenge with a 2-0 record.
September 16, 2016: The Olympia Bears football squad scored 49 points and held the host Bellarmine Prep Lions to 42 in the Bears league victory on Friday.
The Bears now possess a 3-0 record. They put it on the line next when they travel to Curtis for a 4-A South Puget Sound - South battle on Friday, September 23. Olympia will face a Vikings squad coming off a 42-0 league loss to Sumner (Sumner, WA). The Vikings record now stands at 0-3.
September 16, 2016: The visiting Tumwater Thunderbirds survived the battle against their host the Bellevue Wolverines with a 15-13 win in Friday's non-league challenge.
The Thunderbirds (3-0) will now prepare for their challenge against Union. The Titans come into the non-league challenge with a 2-1 record. In their last challenge, Union was beaten by Eastside Catholic, 26-10, in a non-league challenge.
September 23, 2016: The Monroe Bearcats stand at 4-0 in WESCO 4-A standings, using a stingy defense and explosive offense, in a 52-7 win over Cascade.
The 4-0 Bearcats face off against the 3-1 Glacier Peak Grizzlies in a neutral conference game on Friday, September 30.
September 23, 2016: The North Kitsap Vikings defeated the visiting Olympic Trojans 38-14 in Friday's league bout.
In their next game, the Vikings face the Sequim Wolves in a 2-A Olympic bout, on Friday, September 30. North Kitsap will attempt to advance on its 4-0 season record. The Wolves enter the bout with a 3-0 record after their 7-0 league win over Bremerton.
September 30, 2016: The crowd at Friday's non-league contest between the undefeated Peninsula Seahawks and the visiting Capital Cougars, observed Peninsula's football squad edge Capital by a tally of 15-12.
The Seahawks now possess a 5-0 record. They play next when they travel to North Thurston for a 3-A South Sound contest on Thursday, October 6. Peninsula will play a Rams squad coming off a 21-7 league loss to Yelm. The Rams record now stands at 1-4.
September 30, 2016: In Friday's non-league game, the Steilacoom Sentinels knocked off the host Tumwater Thunderbirds by a score of 33-23 ending Tumwater's 40 game regular season winning streak.
The Sentinels (3-2) will now prepare for a key conference game this Friday against Orting. The Cardinals come into the 2-A South Puget Sound game with a 3-2 record. In their last game, Orting toppled Clover Park 64-6, in a league game.
October 7, 2016: The Auburn-Mountainview Lions routed cross town rival Auburn Trojans 42-21 to stay unbeaten in 4-A NPSL play and travel to Beamer in a battle of unbeaten and a possible League crown on the line.
The Lions now own a 4-2 record. They play next when they travel to Beamer for a 4-A North Puget Sound contest on Thursday, October 13. Auburn-Mountainview will encounter a Titans squad coming off a 20-0 league win over Jefferson. The Titans record now stands at 5-1.
October 7, 2016: The La Center Wildcats defeat Stevenson (OR) Bulldogs 45-0 in TRICO 1-A play. The Wildcats will face an undefeated Stansfield team in a difficult non-League contest this week.
The Wildcats now possess a 5-1 record. They play next when they host Stanfield for a non-league battle on Friday, October 14. La Center will play a Tigers squad coming off a 74-26 league win over Weston-McEwen (Athena, OR). The Tigers record now stands at 6-0.
October 14, 2016: Down 17-7 at half, O’Dea rallied to defeat two-time defending 3-A State Champion Eastside Catholic 20-17 in a Metro thriller. The victory ends the Crusaders 32 game in-State winning streak and gives O'Dea the inside track to a Metro Mountain division title.
In their next game, the Fighting Irish clash with the Lakeside Lions in a 3-A Metro - Mountain match, on Friday, October 21. O'Dea will attempt to improve on its 7-0 season record. The Lakeside Lions enter the match with a 2-5 record after their 20-14 league win over Bishop Blanchet.
October 14, 2016: The Montesano Bulldogs defeat Hoquiam 20-14 in a battle for the top spot in Evergreen 1-A conference standings. The undefeated and #2 MaxPreps 1-A Bulldogs team will face Tenino Beavers this Friday.
The Beavers come into the 1-A Evergreen challenge with a 3-4 record. In their last game, Tenino was beaten by Elma 26-13, in a league challenge.
October 21, 2016: The Falcons remain unbeaten and clinch share of Kingco 4-A title by defeating Skyline 42-35 in a 3OT thriller. Woodinville faces Eastlake Wolves next week to close out conference play and will carry the #1 seed into the playoffs.
The Falcons now own an 8-0 record. They travel to Eastlake for a 4-A KingCo match on Friday, October 28. Woodinville will clash with a Wolves squad coming off a 49-7 league win over Issaquah. The Wolves record now stands at 6-2.
October 21, 2016: The Lynden Lions captured the NWC 2-A title with their 31-17 defeat of Burlington-Edison. Lynden will face Sehome this Friday to finish conference play.
In their next game, the Lions clash with the Sehome Mariners in a 2-A Northwest match, on Friday, October 28. Lynden will attempt to improve on its 7-1 season record. The Mariners enter the match with a 0-8 record after their 48-0 league loss to Blaine.
October 28, 2016: The Spartans reign as undefeated 4-A SPSL champions with a 49-42 victory over Emerald Ridge. Coach Ross and his Spartans had a meaningful "body of work" this season with significant wins over numerous ranked foes.
The Spartans will host Glacier Peak Grizzlies in the opening round of playoffs this week.
October 28, 2016: The Titans defeat unbeaten and defending State champion Almira/Coulee/Hartline Warriors 50-12 to clinch 1-B Northeast League (8 Man) championship. The Titans stifling defense has excelled all season and look poised for a strong State run.
The Odessa/Harrington Titans football team has a neutral playoff game vs. TBA on Friday, November 4.
November 4, 2016: Perrennial 4A power Chiawana Riverhawks defeated defending State champion Gonzaga Prep Bullpups 37-35 to place the Riverhawks into the round of sixteen. This game is a part of the "2016 Washington High School Football Playoff Brackets: WIAA - 4A" tournament.
The Riverhawks will host Skyview this week.
November 4, 2016: The Sedro-Woolley Cubs defeated Sammamish Totems 49-0 behind a strong defense and nifty offense to advance to the 2A playoffs. This game is a part of the "2016 Washington High School Football Playoff Brackets: WIAA - 2A" tournament.
Sedro-Woolley will play Pullman Greyhounds this week.
Winners are selected by the Washington State Football Coaches Association during the high school football season.
Starts in September and ends at the conclusion of the high school championship football games.