Max Browne heads Associated Press All-State team
The Skyline senior quarterback was named State Player of the Year for all classifications.
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Max Browne has one more accomplishment for his football resume before heading to USC.
Skyline High School's star quarterback was voted The Associated Press Washington State Player of the Year for all classifications. Voting was organized by the Yakima Herald-Republic and done by sports writers around the state. Results were announced by the AP on Friday.
Earlier in the week, Browne was named the Gatorade National Player of the Year and USA Today's Offensive Player of the Year. He shared Seattle Times Player of the Year honors with Bellevue linebacker Myles Jack.
Browne threw for 4,526 yards and 49 touchdowns in leading the Spartans to their second straight Class 4A state title.
Other AP players of the year for their classifications were Jack (Class 3A), Lynden's Josh Kraght (Class 2A), Royal's Alex Myrick (Class 1A), Dylan Hartz of Lind-Ritzville/Sprague (Class 2B) and Mike Olson of Liberty Christian (Class 1B).