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07.01.2019 - Alex Goff

TOA took the. Boys Varsity (Tier1) title at the Great Northwest Challenge, defeating Nike Legion 38-19 in the final.

NC Sharks Academy and Mustangs were tje next two strongest teams.

In the Girls Varsity (Tier 1), the Utah Cannibals shut out a strong Oregon Redhawks team 17-0. TOA beat the Redhawks 24-12 to win the Girls Tier 2 (JV).

06.28.2019 - Alex Goff

Friday has seen the completion of Day One of the Great Northwest Challenge.

Here are how things look:

Boys Tier 1

The NC Sharks Academy and Washington Loggers opened up Pool A with a 21-21 tie, and while the Loggers then went on to lose to the Utah Cannibals, the Sharks beat the Utah team to lead the pool at 1-0-1.

06.25.2017 - Alex Goff

Scores from the Great Northwest Challenge Regional Cup all-star Tournament Day Two.

More on Day One Here


Boys HS All-Star Rankings!


06.24.2017 - Alex Goff

NorCal Sacramento Valley and the Washington Loggers played to a 26-26 tie in the final of the Boys Varsity bracket at the Great Northwest Challenge, and maybe it should have ended there.

06.23.2017 - Alex Goff

Day One in the Great Northwest Challenge is in the books and here's what has happened.

06.08.2017 - GRR Staff

Here are the latest team lists for the Regional Cup Tournaments coming in the next two weeks.

Five HS all-star tournaments will be held throughout the country, with state-base all-star teams, and select teams sponsored by various organizations, as well as a few HS clubs that decided they didn't want the season to finish just yet.

06.26.2016 - Alex Goff

The Northern California Bay Area went 2-0 on Saturday and 2-0 on Sunday and took the Boys Varsity bracket in the Great Northwest Challenge.

Led by a dynamic backline and an unselfish and hard-working forward pack that set the platform, Bay Area defeated Southern California and Sac Valley Sunday to take the cup.

06.19.2015 - Jackie Finlan

The Washington Loggers sport nine players from state champion and national high school runner-up Kent, while five other clubs bolster the 21-player roster. Parisa Asgharzadeh, who is fresh off of the Seattle Saracens’ DI club championship victory, is head coach and takes the all-star team to the Northwest Regional Cup Tournament (RCT) in Portland, Ore., this weekend.