Westview, Aloha, Beaverton, Sunset young players represented in all-star game this week

SUBMITTED PHOTO - Future Metro League football players will be on display at the Cascade Showcase this Saturday evening at Hillsboro Stadium.

Do you want to see the future of high school football?

Do you want to see the state's best eighth-grade players?

And do you want to see how they stack up against Washington's best?

If so, then the Cascade Showcase is for you.

Set for 6 p.m. Saturday at Hillsboro Stadium immediately following the Class 6A state championship, the Cascade Showcase is an all-star football game pitting Oregon's best eighth-grade football players against a team of Washington's best.

According to the Showcase website, "The Cascade Showcase is built around highlighting the best football we as a state have to offer. To do this, the Cascade Showcase was constructed with tried and true methodologies of play that have been developed at the NCAA and NFL levels, then distilled down for 8th grade students of the game."

From Beaverton, Kyron Albright was selected to participate on the Oregon team. Aloha's Brandon Vega, Sunset's Caleb Kim, Mountainside's Caleb Paler and Westview's Isaac Perez, Aaron Jones, Matthew Lesowski, Darrius Clemons will represent Oregon as "backs".

Beaverton lineman Joziah Perdido, Mountainside's Jay Keuter and Tony Tapia, Sunset's Mahmoud Abdelmoneum, Westview's Jordan King and Marcus Gladney will represent Oregon as linemen. Many of these could players could very well be on the Metro League football scene sooner than later within the next year or two at the varsity level.

"Featuring the top football players in the region, the Cascade Showcase was created to highlight the athletes that are making an impact both on and off the field for their programs," the Showcase website reports. "Selections were merit based and highly competitive. The program is free for the athletes thanks to the generous help from all of the supporting sponsors."

To emphasize player safety, the game will feature modified rules including no kickoffs (offenses will begin on their 25-yard lines) and restrictions on certain types of offensive formations and line stunting.

The game will be broadcast live at

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