BadgerSports 7 on 7 Report

The Washington team was a favorite heading into the tournament and went undefeated through pool play. They slipped up early on Sunday, but still walked away with a very impressive showing…

The Washington team was dealt a very difficult pool as play began on Saturday. They started with the Midland team. Midland included players from the states of Texas, Oklahoma, and Colorado. The biggest name on that team was quarterback Austin Hinder, who holds offers from all over the country. The Washington team found their rhythm and made pretty easy work of the Midland team. Washington just looked and played more organized than the Midland team.

Their next opponent was a team from LA. The team trains with B2G. It was probably the most loaded team talent wise in the tournament. Two USC commits in Dillon Baxter and D.J. Morgan plus Dietrich Riley lined up for the Cali team.That being said it was probably Washington's easiest victory of the tournament. Heaps went deep to Kasen once and really had multiple receivers open on every play. The offense was methodical and the defense got a turnover from CB Willis Wilson to pull away

After beating the Midland team a second time the boys from Washington faced another Cali team. One that possessed the only player to have been offered by all Pac-10 schools, safety Sean Parker from Narbonne. This game was a close throughout but the Washington team scored twice late to pull away. Washington left Saturday as one of only two teams to make it through pool play undefeated.

Sunday morning was disappointing for the Washington players as they lost their first match up of the day. The team got started a little slow as it may have hurt them to have a bye in the first round while the Arizona team that beat them had just warmed up with a first round game. Even with an early loss the team represented Washington well and showed that we have talent to compete with the other West Coast states.

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