Arizona State running back commit Tre Turner scored two early touchdowns to help his Holy Cross team defeat Archbishop Shaw 38-22 Saturday Sept. 26 according to SportsNOLA.com.
Turner, a three-star running back from New Orleans, finished with 115 rushing yards on 21 carries.
“Their corners were not the best players on their defense so we were attacking their weakest links and so we did that all night and it paid off in the end,” Turner said.
Turner scored on a 5-yard run on Holy Cross’s first offensive possession.
“It got everybody hyped and ready to play,” Turner said. “Once we came out and scored that first touchdown on the opening drive, we knew it was game on from there.”
It did not take long before Turner found the end zone again. After the Holy Cross kickoff team recovered a pooch kick, Turner struck again with a 14-yard touchdown reception to put his team up 14-0 early.
Even though it is almost the midway point of the high school season, Turner said it was his first game where he felt fully recovered from a shoulder injury.
“Right now I’m just working on getting back, getting the feel with the o-line, reading off blocks and stuff like that,” Turner said.
Holy Cross’s record stands at 3-1 and it will play Jesuit at home Friday Oct. 2.
Arizona State quarterback commit Dillon Sterling-Cole arrived in Tempe, Ariz., this weekend after throwing two crucial touchdowns in a victory Thursday that was televised on ESPNU.
Sterling-Cole’s performance helped Westfield defeat Montgomery 39-13 Thursday Sept. 24 at home according to the Houston Chronicle.
The three-star quarterback from Houston, Texas, made his official visit to ASU with teammate and four-star wide receiver Tyrie Cleveland. Thursday night, Sterling-Cole and Cleveland hooked up for one touchdown score.
Sterling-Cole, the No. 296 recruit in the country, and his Westfield teammates were down 10-0 early after Westfield gave up two turnovers.
Sterling-Cole found junior wide receiver Jaylon Garrett for a 26-yard touchdown to take back the lead 16-13 before the end of the first half.
Then, Sterling-Cole took advantage of a Montgomery turnover and found Cleveland for a 23-yard touchdown in the second half. The duo’s touchdown was a part of 23 more unanswered points and Westfield had complete control of the game in the second half.
Westfield remains undefeated at 4-0 and at Spring Friday Oct. 2.
ASU running back commit Freddie Holly rushed for over 200 yards again Friday Sept. 25.
According to MaxPreps.com, the three-star running back from Norte Vista High School in Riverside, Calif., had 30 carries for 242 yards and three rushing touchdowns. His Norte Vista team defeated Fontana 49-16.
Norte Vista remains undefeated at 4-0. Holly will play again Thursday Oct. 1 against Summit.
ASU tight end commit Jared Bubak had impressive highlights in the fourth quarter of Lincoln Christian’s 46-20 loss to Raymond Central Friday Sept. 25.
Bubak, a three-star tight end commit from Lincoln Neb., plays quarterback for Lincoln Christian. According to the Lincoln Journal Star, the Raymond Central defense held Bubak in check. He went 3-of-10, for only 29 passing yards and threw one interception in the first half.
Bubak did have two explosive plays in the final quarter. He broke off a 70-yard touchdown run and threw an 81-yard touchdown pass to senior Dylan Chicoine.
Kyle Williams a three-star ASU wide receiver commit, switched back to playing quarterback and gave his Vista Murrieta team a spark offensively.
Williams finished a 65-yard drive and scored on a 21-yard quarterback draw to give his team an early 6-0 lead according to the Press-Enterprise. But, Vista Murrieta did not keep the lead and lost 29-14 to Orange Lutheran Friday Sept. 25.
Williams did a little bit of everything in the loss. He completed two passes for 19 yards, rushed for 27 yards on seven carries and caught five passes for 17 yards.
ASU offensive guard commit Marshal Nathe went head-to-head with an ASU defensive tackle target Friday Sept. 24.
Nathe, the three-star guard from Centennial High School in Peoria, Ariz. took on Garrett Rand, the four-star defensive tackle from Hamilton High School in Chandler, Ariz. Hamilton won the game 34-27 according to MaxPreps.com.
Behind Nathe and the offensive line, Centennial had 83 rushing yards on 34 attempts. The offense also scored two rushing touchdowns.
According to azcentral.com, Rand and the Hamilton defensive line stifled the Centennial offense.
Another ASU commit went up against an ASU prospect target Saturday Sept. 26.
Snow College secured the victory over Glendale CC 24-0 according to the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference website.
Hill recorded a sack that resulted in a loss of six yards.
Behind Bolles and the offensive line, Snow College had 223 rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns. The Snow College offensive line gave up two sacks and six tackles for loss for 30 negative yards total.
Kilgore College cornerback J'Marcus Rhodes and his teammates lost Saturday Sept. 26 to Navarro College 36-17 according to the Kilgore College football team website.
There were no individual statistics available about the performance of Rhodes, the three-star cornerback from Kilgore, Tex.
ASU three-star cornerback commit Robbie Robinson and the No. 8 Dematha Catholic football team remain undefeated after beating St. Mary’s Ryken 49-0 Friday Sept. 25 according to USA Today.
No defensive statistics were available about the individual performance of Robertson.
Fort Marshall Bend quarterback Jeremy Smith is a wide receiver commit for Arizona State.
The three-star receiver from Missouri City, Texas and his teammates lost to Ridge Point 39-6 Friday Sept. 25 according to MaxPreps.com. No individual statistics were posted about Smith or any of the Fort Marshal Bend players.