Zavier Carmichael, LB, Mobile (Ala.) St. Paul's: A four game win streak was snapped as St. Paul's fell to Spanish Fort 29-6. As is usually the case it tight games, it was a big play that made the difference. With St. Paul's leading 6-2, Spanish Fort executed a 56 yard fake punt play for touchdown to take a 9-6 lead, and would never trail again.
Zach Harmon, OL, Toledo (OH) Central Catholic: Central Catholic won for the sixth consecutive time, beating St. Francis de Sales, 41-9. Harmon continues to rehab a neck injury which will rob him of his senior season.
Christian Harris, OL, Suwanee (Ga.) Collins Hill: Collins Hill remains perfect on the season with a 35-28 win over fourth ranked Peachtree Ridge High. It was a nip and tuck affair with Collins Hill trailing by a touchdown in the fourth quarter before a pair of late touchdowns sealed the game. The game winning score was a 65-yard pass that gave CHHS the winning margin with 4 minutes remaining.
Davis Koppenhaver, TE, Newhall (Calif.) Hart: Hart moved to 5-0 on the season with a 26-14 victory over Santa Monica. The future Duke TE hauled in four catches for 72 yards in the victory, which saw Hart rally from a 14-0 halftime deficit.
Johnathan Lloyd, ATH, Graham (N.C.) Southern Alamance: A week after blowing out Graham high, Lloyd and Southern Alamance enjoyed a bye week.
Tripp McNeill, OL, Mocksville (N.C.) Davie County: The War Eagles had another tough outing on Friday, losing 41-24 to North Davidson High. Davie county was within striking distance late in the second quarter, trailing just 14-3 before North Davidson scored three touchdowns in 1:06 to lead 35-3. McNeill and the Davie OL couldn't establish control of the line of scrimmage for most of the night, holding star RB Cade Carney to just nine carries for -4 yards before the half.
Zach Muniz, CB, St. Louis, (MO) Christian Brothers: CBC roiled to a 47-19 win over Chaminade on Friday night. CBC moves to 5-1, with Muniz factoring in with a 68 yard punt return for TD in the decisive third quarter. Muniz also broke up a pair of passes and recorded five stops.
Nicodem Pierre, QB, Miami (Fla.) Coral Reef: Coral Reef moved to 4-2 on the season with a 23-0 victory over Palmetto on Thursday. Pierre completed 8-of-20 passes for 72 yards and a touchdown. He also ran six times for six yards.
Pierre also did a video interview after the game touching on the Duke coaches who were in attendance:
Jake Sanders, OL, Carrollton (Ga.) Carrollton: Sanders and Carrollton moved to 5-0 with an easy 52-14 victory over Fayette County.
Alonzo Saxton, CB, Columbus (OH) Bishop Hartley: Bishop Hartley moved to 5-1 on the season with a 35-14 victory over Bishop Watterson. Saxton, playing on both sides of the ball, factored in as he seems to do in all Hartley games. The senior came up with a pair of fourth quarter interceptions - including one in the end zone - and then added a 59 yard touchdown run at RB. Saxton logged three carries for 65 yards on the night; 71 yards on three catches.
"I just read the (Watterson offensive) guards. They tell everything," Saxton said of his interceptions. "If they pull, it's a run, and if they don't pull, it's a pass. I was already thinking pass and the only decision was which way (Maglicic) was going to pass. I've been working on breaking on the ball a lot in practice."
Kameron Schroeder, OL, Elk Grove (Calif.) Cosumnes Oaks: A second straight easy win for Elk Grove and Schroeder as the Wolfpack ran over Union Mine by a 45-6 margin.
Taariq Shabazz, DE, Kennesaw (Ga.) Kennesaw: Shabazz and the Mustangs fell to 1-4 on the season after a 38-7 loss to Harrison on Friday. Shabazz has been limited for most of the season with various injuries - most recently a series of muscle strains. Duke assistant Rick Petri was in the stands for the game.
Chris Taylor, WR, Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) University School Nova: A seventh straight victory for the Suns, this one over Taylor's former school. And it wasn't close as University was up 49-0 at halftime. Taylor caught a pair of passes.
Shaun Wilson, RB, Charlotte (N.C.) West Mecklenburg: West Meck dropped its first game of the season, losing to Providence 31-27 on Friday night. Buried in the loss for West Meck (5-1, 1-1 ) was another outstanding performance by Wilson. Held to 8 yards on seven first-half carries, Wilson exploded in the second half for 207 yards and three touchdowns on nine carries. Wilson also had the only first-half score for West Meck, a 24-yard catch from McClendon.
But, "I guess it wasn't enough," said Wilson.