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From Howie Stalwick, via our Pullman bureau:
Former South Kitsap High School star Gordy Anderson, who joined
the Washington State football team as a freshman walk-on last
season, has moved from quarterback to tight end.
Anderson, who redshirted last year, was listed as the fifth-string quarterback on spring practice rosters.
North Kitsap product
Eric Hedin has had a big year for Linfield. The 6-foot-7,
245-pound defensive end has 17 sacks and was named conference
defensive player of the week for the third
He now has 17 sacks, which is just one off the school record. Linfield has one more regular-season game before the playoffs.
Bainbridge grad Ben Agosta has emerged as the starting quarterback for the Simon Fraser Clansmen, members of the NCAA Div. 2 Great Northwest Athletic Conference. He played the last two seasons at Santa Rosa Junior College in California.
Here’s a link to an All-Idaho football team that was comprised by Steve Crump of the Times-News in Idaho. Former North Kitsap star Kasey Dunn, now an assistant coach at Southern Mississippi, is one of the receivers. I think you’ll be surprised by some of the names on the list. Idaho’s produced some pretty good football players.
A three-time All-America wide receiver at the University of Idaho, Dunn ended his collegiate career No. 2 all-time in Division I-AA (now Championship Subdivision) history in career receptions (268) and receiving yards (3,847) to Jerry Rice. Dunn coached running backs for the Seattle Seahawks the past two seasons, and is currently coaching wide receivers at Southern Miss.
Here’s some breaking news: Dunn will be inducted into the Kitsap Sports Hall of Fame later this month. The full list of HOF inductees will be announced later this weekend.