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Thu., Aug. 22, 2013, 2:06 p.m.

Rypien sees himself throwing less

Shadle Park QB Brett Rypien, who set several GSL passing records last season, hopes an improved running game will add balance. (DAN PELLE PHOTOS)
Shadle Park QB Brett Rypien, who set several GSL passing records last season, hopes an improved running game will add balance. (DAN PELLE PHOTOS)

Wednesday was the first day Washington high school football teams could practice. We caught up with Shadle Park junior quarterback Brett Rypien (pictured above). He told us that for the Highlanders to be as successful as they want this year, he needs to throw less and they need to have an effective running game. Here's our story.




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Greg Lee joined The Spokesman-Review in 1984. He currently is a prep reporter covering Eastern Washington and North Idaho schools.

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