Jumping into football
11:02 am August 19th, 2014
To help get ready for the start this week of official pre-season practice, Eatonville High School football players, including (foreground, from left) Logan Moose, Ryan Franz and Justin Brandt, performed agility drills Aug. 8. The workout followed some weight training. (Jim Bryant/The Dispatch)
High school football is back.
Wednesday is the first day that the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association, the regulatory body of high school athletics in the state, allows organized team practices for the 2014 season. Locally, Eatonville, Graham-Kapowsin and Bethel are opening their pre-season drills.
Their first are scheduled for Sept. 4, when Graham-Kapowsin hosts Kentlake, and Sept. 5, with Eatonville at home against Orting and Bethel hosting Kentridge.