Freddie Holly is making it difficult for any future player to break his rushing record.
Holly is a three-star running back committed to Arizona State and plays for Norte Vista High School in Riverside, Calif. According to MaxPreps.com, Holly added 243 more yards to his career total Friday Nov. 6 in Norte Vista’s 49-0 win over Jurupa Valley High School.
Holly confirmed that on Friday Oct. 30, he broke the Norte Vista career rushing record in his game against La Sierra High School. The Certified Studs Facebook page also had a photo reporting that Holly had rushed for 5399 yards in his career on Nov. 2.
“I’ve been told that if you put in the work and work hard that good things are going to happen,” Holly said. “It was funny because my coach, he was like, ‘You need five yards to break the school record for career yards,’ and I was like ‘I didn’t even know.’ So it was pretty cool to show that hard work really pays off.”
It was the second straight game Holly rushed for over 200 yards and the fifth time he has hit that mark this season.
Holly only needed nine carries to gain his yards and score four rushing touchdowns. He said his offensive linemen were getting to the second level of defenders. Once he got to the secondary level, Holly said he relied on his power and agility to evade tackles.
“I try to do both and whatever I have to, like if I have to run you over…or I can make you miss,” Holly said. “It just depends on the situation.”
Holly and his Norte Vista teammates face La Quinta High School at home Nov. 13 for the first round of the CIF Southern High School Football Eastern Division playoffs.
In his last game of the regular season, Arizona State quarterback commit Dillon Sterling-Cole put on an offensive clinic.
Sterling-Cole, a four-star quarterback from Houston, Texas, scored four touchdowns in Westfield High School’s 33-6 domination of Klein High School Thursday Nov. 5.
According to the Houston Chronicle, Sterling-Cole threw three touchdown passes and broke off a 37-yard touchdown run.
He did not need a lot of passes to do damage to the Klein secondary and finished going 8-9, for 292 passing yards.
He also had 45 rushing yards on three carries.
Sterling-Cole is a Scout-300 prospect ranked the No. 296 recruit in the country. All three of his touchdown passes were thrown to Tyrie Cleveland. Cleveland, a four-star receiver, is also an ASU target and is ranked the No. 57 recruit in the country.
ASU running back commit Tre Turner found the end zone three times in a victory Friday Nov. 6.
Turner is a three-star running back and plays for Holy Cross High School in New Orleans. Holy Corss defeated Bogalusa High School 28-8 according to MaxPreps.com.
Turner scored 20 of Holy Cross’s points with two rushing touchdowns and one receiving touchdown. He finished the game with 77 yards on eight carries and 62 yards on only two catches.
Turner and his teammates host St. Augustine High School Nov. 13 for the first round of the LHSAA Select Prep Classic playoffs.
ASU wide receiver commit Jeremy Smith scored three touchdowns in his last game of his high school career.
Smith, a three-star wide receiver, plays quarterback for Fort Bend Marshall High School in Missouri City, Texas. According to Your Houston News, Smith and his teammates defeated Fort Bend Willowridge High School 20-17 Friday Nov. 6.
Marshall finished the season 4-6 and did not qualify for the state playoffs.
In his last game, Smith rushed for 162 yards and two touchdowns and threw one touchdown pass. A bulk of Smith’s rushing yards came from his 55 and 62-yard touchdown runs.
ASU wide receiver commit Kyle Williams return skills helped his team remain undefeated in its league games.
Williams is a three-star receiver prospect and plays for Visia Murrieta High School in Murrieta, Calif. According to the Press-Enterprise, Vista Murrieta won its 35th consecutive Southwestern League game after defeating Temecula Valley High School 55-20 Friday Nov. 6.
Vista Murrieta has not lost a league game in seven years and Williams helped his team remain perfect with a 57-yard punt return touchdown and a 98-yard kick return touchdown.
Vista Murrieta will host El Toro High School Nov. 13 for the first round of the CIF Southern Section West Valley Division playoffs.
ASU offensive lineman commit @Cohl Cabral finished the last game of the regular season with a win Friday Nov. 6.
Cabral, a three-star offensive lineman recruit, plays for Los Osos High School in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. Los Osos beat Damien High School 21-14 and finish the season 4-6 according to MaxPreps.com.
Behind Cabral and the offensive line, the Los Osos offense accumulated 260 rushing yards with senior running back Donovan Williams rushing for 250 yards.
ASU defensive end commit Dougladson Subtyl did not record any sacks Saturday Nov. 7 but did have an impact on the game.
Subtyl is a four-star defensive end and plays for Victory Valley College in Victorville, Calif. According to the Southern California Football Association website, Victory Valley defeated College of the Desert 49-46 and Subtyl had four solo tackles in game.
ASU cornerback commit J'Marcus Rhodes and his Kilgore College teammates will compete in a bowl game in December after winning Southwestern Junior College Football Conference Championship Saturday Nov. 7.
According to the Kilgore football team website, Kilgore defeated Navarro College 42-28 in the championship game.
Rhodes, a three-star cornerback from Kilgore, Texas, recovered a blocked field goal in the game.
No Kilgore individual defensive statistics were reported from the game.
Robbie Robinson and DeMatha Catholic High School picked up another win Friday Nov. 6.
Robertson is a three-star cornerback commit from Hyattsville, Md. According to MaxPreps.com, DeMatha defeated Our Lady of Good Counsel High School 28-23.
No individual defensive statistics were reported from the game.
Robertson and DeMatha will host St. John’s High School Nov. 14.
ASU’s newest commit, wide receiver N'Keal Harry, did not make a huge impact on his first round playoff game Friday Nov. 6.
Harry plays for Chandler High School in Chandler, Ariz., and according to MaxPreps.com, Harry only had two catches for zero yards in Chandler’s 35-14 victory over Boulder Creek High School.
Chandler coach Shaun Aguano told us that Harry was lightly used in the game as he was coming back from an ankle sprain suffered on Oct. 24 against Brophy.
Chandler will host Desert Vista High School Friday Nov. 13 for the second round of the AIA State Football Championships.
ASU four-star defensive end commit Christian Hill did not compete again.
Hill plays for Glendale Community College in Glendale, Ariz.
GCC played against Eastern Arizona College according to the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference website. Hill was listed in the “Did Not Participate” list in the box score again.
Hill was in attendance at ASU's game against Oregon Thursday, and has been reportedly battling a staph infection in his knee.
ASU three-star tight end commit Jared Bubak played for Lincoln Christian High School in Lincoln Nebraska. Lincoln Christian did not qualify for the state playoffs and therefore Bubak’s season is over.
ASU three-star offensive line commit Marshal Nathe suffered an ACL tear in a knee a few weeks ago and the Peoria, Ariz., Centennial High School standout is out for the season.