HILLSBORO – McMinnville quarterback Wyatt Smith was named the George Shaw MVP, and he led the South team to a 10-7 win over the North in the 2017 Les Schwab Tires Bowl presented by Express Employment Professionals on Saturday at Hillsboro Stadium. Smith finished 6 of 10 for 61 yards, and he threw the first touchdown of the game. He hit Wilsonville’s Harrison Steiger for 17 yards in the first quarter for the early lead in record heat.
Kennedy's Bishop Mitchell (25) goes over plays with Lebanon's Ty Hargis during a South team workout during training camp at Pacific University in Forest Grove for Saturday's Les Schwab Bowl. Mitchell is the first 2A player to be selected for the game. Billy Gates/StaffFOREST GROVE -- Months ago, when Les Schwab Tires Bowl organizers were scouring the state for available talent for Saturday’s all-star high school football game, they knew exactly where to look – the internet.
FOREST GROVE -- After getting all the cool Nike gear and uniforms, and a quick Monday night practice session, the work began in earnest for the all-star football players Tuesday at Pacific University in preparation for the 2017 Les Schwab Bowl. Both North and South teams practiced twice Tuesday, and will continue two-a-days through Friday, in order to find comfort in new schemes and fitness for the 12:30 p.m. kick Saturday at Hillsboro Stadium.
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Selecting a term
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