Chiawana dual-threat QB JP Zamora to join ‘dream school’ UCLA as preferred walk-on after de-committing from Utah

Four-year starter’s decorated run as Chiawana’s signal-caller will lead him to Westwood, he announced Sunday.

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Week 5 Washington high school football preview: 3 storylines, game predictions and matchups to follow around the state

Rematch of the Metro League championship happens Friday night when No. 2 O’Dea visits No. 7 Seattle Prep at West Seattle Stadium.

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Watch: Gabe Tahir, Kamiakin race past JP Zamora-led Chiawana 46-24 in Mid-Columbia Conference shootout

Highlights from Kamiakin’s momentous win over Mid-Columbia Conference foe Chiawana on Thursday night at Kennewick’s Lampson Stadium

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Washington’s Top 50 high school football teams: What has become ‘normal’ around No. 30 Chiawana – winning 4A/3A MCC championships

Riverhawks on an 18-game league winning streak, and despite having to fill many open starting spots, they still have fourth-year starting QB JP Zamora running the show.

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4A/3A MCC all-league boys basketball spring 2021: Kamiakin’s Tyler Bilodeau is player of the year

MCC champion Braves sweep all-league individual awards with Trey Arland as defensive MVP, Brian Meneely as coach of the year.

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Week 5 preview of WIAA football: 3 storylines, game predictions and matchups to follow around the state of Washington

There are a pair of No. 1-vs.-No. 2 matchups this week with Onalaska and Napavine playing in 2B, and Tumwater and Steilacoom playing in 2A.

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5 close calls you should not have missed in Week 4 of the Washington high school football season (March 12 recaps, scores)

There were last-minute touchdown catches and defensive stands in key games around the state of Washington in Week 4.

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Previewing the Top 50 high school football teams in Washington: No. 20 Chiawana Riverhawks

SBLive Washington is previewing the Top 50 high school football teams in the state ahead of the 2020-2021 season. Here’s an inside look at the Chiawana Riverhawks of the 4A/3A Mid-Columbia Conference – No. 20 in our countdown.

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