Marysville-Pilchuck high school has gone through some very traumatic and difficult times lately, and now they are rallying around their standout football squad as things slowly get back to normal. The Tomahawks have had a terrific season thus far, and one of the reasons why is stalwart running back Killian Page. This workhorse back is the thunder to go with Austin Joyner's lightning in the Tommies run oriented offense.
Another tremendous Pacific Northwest Football Recruit who is a sleeper recruit is Killian Page. Some smart school is going to look at him very hard now as a legitimate talent for the Class of 2015.
While most everyone knows about Joyner's lightning bolt efforts on the gridiron, few know that Page has been the North-South thunder for the Marysville crew the last few seasons. Last fall Page sliced and diced his way for over 800 yards and 10 touchdowns in leading the Tomahawks to the state 3A quarterfinals. He was named a 2nd team All-Wesco 3A performer for his work on the playing field for Pilchuck.
This kid is a flat out junkyard dog on the football field but he can also get after it on the wresting mat as well. He placed 6th at state as a freshman in the 126 pound class. As a super sophomore grappler he finished 2nd at the state meet in the 145 pound classification. Last season he also finished 2nd at the 3A state mat classic, this time in the 160 pound class. Tough as nails
Kilian Page is looking for bigger and better things in this senior year.
The nimble 5'9" 185 pound Senior thoroughbred rumbled for 180 yards and 2 touchdowns on 15 carries in the Tommies 49-14 playoff win over Mountlake Terrace last weekend. This weekend he had 187 yards and 3 more TD's in a 63-6 manhandling of Columbia River.
Before today's game Killian has gashed defenses for 1547 yards on 155 carries, shredding it at a whopping 9.9 yards per carry. He has now had 23 touchdowns for the 10-1 Tomahawks.
The hard nosed Page was just recently named 1st team All-Conference at both running back and defensive back for Marysville-Pilchuck. The team has now made it to the Tacoma Dome; something they have been working towards for 25 years it sounds like. After the tragedy at the school this season it seems almost surreal that the boys and the coaches and community will have the magic of the Tacoma Dome to help them continue to heal- awesome stuff for sure!
Killian Page Of Marysville-Pilchuck Powers Tommies
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