High-SchoolWashington: ESPNHS All-American

Browne earns spot on ESPNHS Underclass All-American Team

December, 23, 2011
The awards just keep piling in for Max Browne.

Fresh off a Class 4A title run, the Skyline signal-caller was named to the ESPNHS Underclass Football All-American Team. Browne passed for more than 4,000 yards and tossed 45 TD strikes against just seven picks in his junior season. He was also named Gatorade State Player of the Year and KingCo Offensive Player of the Year.

Click here to see the rest of the Underclass All-American Team.

Skyline-Lake Oswego gets top billing on FB schedule

September, 16, 2011
Game of the Week: Skyline (1-1) at Lake Oswego (2-0)
The Spartans are looking to knock off the perennial Oregon power this weekend after beating LO, 38-14, on the road last fall. The Lakers’ offense has thrived with senior Steven Long (229 yards, five touchdowns) in the backfield and receivers Blake Dutton and Stevie Coury on the outside. Skyline LB Peyton Pelluer will have the daunting task of limiting Long’s contributions in this one. Junior Max Browne, an ESPNHS All-American and the recipient of several Pac-12 offers marshals Skyline’s potent offense. Browne has gotten off to a fast start this season with five touchdown passes but threw a pair of costly picks in last week’s loss to Bellevue.
Dave’s pick (0-1): Max Browne bounces back from his two-INT game against Bellevue to light up Lake Oswego. Skyline takes it 34-21.

Mead (1-1) at Lewis and Clark (2-0)
Senior QB Jeff Livingston passed for 240 yards and Ammar Johnson churned out 193 yards and reached pay dirt three times to keep LC undefeated with a 31-24 win over University last Friday. Mead squandered a 14-point lead to fall to Central Valley last week. Speedy back Evan Maack and Davian Barlow have been hard to stop in Mead’s bruising rushing attack.

Ferndale (1-0) at Arlington (2-0)
The Golden Eagles look to bounce back from last week’s loss to O’Dea behind imposing DL Caleb Rodriguez, while Arlington looks to score another early-season upset after drubbing Mariner in Week 1.

Camas (2-0) at Columbia River (2-0)
First place is on the line in this meeting of Greater St. Helens foes. Don’t expect much scoring, as both teams have been dominant on defense this season, yielding a combined 24 points in their four wins.