His name is Chris “Scooby” Reynolds. Foss coach Pat Johnson thinks the receiver is a lot like Johnson’s former Lakes teammate Reggie Williams — long-armed and springy. So far, the junior has two interceptions and a touchdown catch.
Reaching triple digits
In Washington, 184 coaches have won at least 100 career games. Peninsula’s Ross Filkins, LaCenter’s John Lambert, Lummi’s Jim Sandusky and Waitsburg-Prescott’s Jeff Bartlow have a chance to join them this weekend.
The message is — don’t kick the ball to Wilson’s Brandon Montgomery. The speedy tailback, who is 5-foot-7 and weighs 145 pounds, has returned two kickoffs (91, 96) and one punt (64) for touchdowns in the Rams’ first two games.
Footage of Skyview’s late-game follies — celebrating a blocked field goal while Columbia River returned the live football for the winning touchdown — was all over ESPN this week. The Storm plays at Lakes on Friday.
Mad, mad, mad, mad league
No football league in the South Sound over the past couple of seasons has been more topsy-turvy than the SPSL 2A. From top to bottom, it also might be the area’s best league in 2013. Divisional play opens Friday.email@example.com