"I felt like I played well and it was a really big win for us coming off the loss. We moved the ball effectively and we got better. Next week we play Los Osos, which should be very good competition."
Terrence Alls, WR, Miami (Fla.) Dade Christian - Dade Christian kicked a 25 yard field goal with 30 seconds remaining to improve to 1-1 on the season with a 3-0 win over Gulliver Prep.
Darren Andrews, CB, LaPuente (Calif.) Bishop Amat - Andrews started strong with a 40 yard run and finished with 78 yards in the ground to lead his team to a 34-24 victory over La Mirada. Andrews also factored into the passing game, hauling in a 19 yard pass to set up his team's second score of the game.
Johnell Barnes, WR, Fort Myers (Fla.) Dunbar - Dunbar won a second straight game, beating Lehigh 48-34. Barnes hauled in two catches for 78 yards including a 43 yard scoring strike in the second quarter.
Parker Boehme, QB, Jacksonville (Fla.) Sandalwood - continued his big senior season with another statistical masterpiece. Boehme threw for 375 yards and four touchdowns to lead his team to a second straight victory on the season. In addition he walked in five touchdown on the ground. On the night he completed 27 of 44 passes.
Breon Borders, CB, Statesville (N.C.) - The Greyhounds fell to 2-1 on the season with a 37-35 loss at North Davidson. Borders recorded 11 stops on defense.
Gabe Brandner, OL, Columbia (S.C.) Heathwood Hall - Heathwood beat Ben Lippen 31-27.
Quay Chambers, WR, Monroe (N.C.) - Monroe fell to 1-3 on the year with a 20-18 loss against Marvin Ridge.
Austin Davis, OL, Mansfield (Tex.) - Mansfield moved to 1-1 on the season with a 35-0 pasting of Keller High. Keller managed just 100 yards of total offense on the night. That wasn't the case for Mansfield and Duke O-line commit Davis. The Tigers rolled up nearly 500 yards of offense, and the offensive line opened enough holes for running back Kenneth Burks to record 259 yards on 25 carries.
T.J. Douglas, WR, Fort Myers (Fla.) - The Wolfpack won a second straight game as Douglas, playing under center for his high school team, scored three times on the ground. Douglas scored on an eight yard run in the first quarter to make it 15-0. He finished with 77 yards.
Evrett Edwards, CB, Woodbridge (Va.) - Woodbridge won a second straight game with a40-22 victory over Broad Run at home.
Jake Kite, S, Roanoke (Va.) Hidden Valley - Hidden Valley lost to Lord Botetourt 22-14 Kite, playing safety, recorded nine tackles and caused two fumbles. When he flipped to offense, Kite recorded five catches for 110 yards and two scores.
"It's not what we wanted, and we have a must-win game next week against Northside," Kite told TDD after the game.
Sterling Korona, OL, San Antonio (Tex.) Reagan - Reagan won 49-42 over O'Conner to move to 2-0 on the season. It was an emotional night for the Rattlers, playing just two days after a teammate passed away in a car crash just two blocks from school. Playing tackle, Korona and the offensive line carved up the defense to the tune of 377 rushing yards on the ground.
"I had a very good game, I am working on starting off strong, hand technique, and good footwork. OL guys don't have to many stats to share, other than how well our ground game worked."
"Next week we Play Phlugerville. I think we should have a good game and I hope to continue helping my team. After the game I'll be flying in to Durham to see the NC Central game on an unofficial visit."
"I hated to see Duke lose, but like Coach Cut said, Stanford is a great team. And you cannot start slow against a great team. I know we'll rebound next week though."
Quay Mann, CB, Rocky Mount (N.C.) Northern Nash - The Knights upped their record to 2-2 on the season with a 17-14 victory over South Central. Mann sat out the contest:
"I was sidelined with an injury, but I should be ready to go this week according to the doctors and trainers," he told TDD.
Mike Ramsay, DT, Marietta (Ga.) Walker School - Walker School moved to 3-0 on the season with a 54-14 win. Ramsay, playing on both the offensive and defense lines, reported his team ran for more than 275 yards.