Friday Night Sites

It was an action-packed night for IU's recruits. Duwyce Wilson scored three times and broke a school record; Nick Zachery scored touchdowns in four different ways; and Ted Bolser had his second-straight 100-yard receiving night. Read about how all of IU's recruits did in this week's "Friday Night Sites"...

Lawrence Barnett, CB, Ft. Wayne Bishop Luers – Barnett had successful surgery on his left ankle Aug. 27, as doctors inserted plates and screws to the ankle that Barnett broke in Luers' season-opening win. Doctors have told Barnett he needs to be off the ankle for six weeks, and he'll then have at least six more weeks of rehab before he could potentially return. IU Coach Bill Lynch has told Barnett his scholarship remains safe.

Ted Bolser, TE, Cincinnati, Ohio (Indian Hill) – In a match-up of two of the top six teams in Division II-VI, Turpin H.S. won its 19th straight regular season game with a 28-21 win over Indian Hill (1-2). Bolser had a huge game, catching 14 passes for 174 yards and a touchdown. On the season, Bolser has 27 catches for 375 yards and two scores.

Dimitrius Carr, LB, Chicago (Ill.) Mt. Carmel H.S. – No. 1 Mt. Carmel (2-0) cruised to an easy 55-3 win over St. Ignatius. Carr helped the cause with a 30-yard interception return, one of two defensive touchdowns for Mt. Carmel Friday night.

Charles Chapman, OT, Carleton (Mich.) Airport H.S. –Airport (2-0) topped New Boston Huron 35-6. Airport is the sixth-ranked team in Division III according to the Detroit Free Press.

Jamonne Chester, WR, Redford (Mich.) Covenant H.S. – Covenant (1-1) was handled easily by Detroit Loyola, 49-20. Chester's statistics were unavailable, but he did score on a 70-yard kickoff return.

Mitch Ewald, K, Aurora, Ill. (Waubonsie Valley) – Waubonsie Valley (0-2) fell to Prairie Ridge 27-24.

Jeremy Gainer, LB, Livonia (Mich.) Clarenceville H.S. – Gainer recorded eight tackles to help Clarenceville (2-0) to a 47-27 win over Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood.

Dusty Kiel, QB, Columbus East – Kiel was nearly perfect Friday night, completing 16-of-19 passes for 232 yards and four touchdowns to lead No. 1 Columbus East (3-0) to a 44-14 win over Seymour. Kiel, who also rushed for a team-high 61 yards on seven carries, moved past uncle Blair Kiel for second on East's all-time touchdown list with 43. He now needs only two more to tie older brother Drew for the record. On the season, Kiel has completed 40-of-57 passes for 663 yards, eight touchdowns and one interception, and he's rushed for 185 yards and three scores on 28 carries.

Pat McShane, OT, Cuyahoga Falls (Ohio) Walsh Jesuit H.S. – Walsh Jesuit (2-1) bounced back from last week's disappointing setback with a 35-7 win over Cuyahoga Falls H.S.

Adam Replogle, DT, Centerville (Ohio) H.S. - Centerville (2-0) has a big match-up Saturday at Cincinnati Moeller. Replogle has not only been anchoring Centerville's defense, but he's also been used quite a bit in short yardage situations as a running back in the Elks' "Big Boy" Package. Replogle has carried eight times for 31 yards and three touchdowns in the first two games.

Colin Rodkey, OL, Monroeville (Penn.) Gateway H.S. – After spotting Baldwin a 6-0 lead, Gateway scored 56 unanswered points to win 56-6 Friday night. Gateway (2-0) has now outscored its first two foes by a combined 101-23. Gateway is the top-ranked team in WPIAL Class AAAA according to the Pittsburgh Post Gazette.

Kenny Watkins, CB, Bloomfield (Mich.) Brother Rice H.S. – The fifth-ranked team in the state according to the Detroit Free Press, Brother Rice (1-0) faces Muskegon at 4 p.m. Saturday. Watkins' squad opened its season with a 45-7 win over Oak Park last Saturday.

Duwyce Wilson, WR, Columbus East – Wilson became Columbus East all-time leading receiver Friday while helping No. 1 Columbus East (3-0) to a 44-14 win over Seymour. Wilson caught eight passes for 161 yards and three touchdowns. Wilson scored on first-quarter receptions of 41, 35 and 6 yards to help East open a 37-7 halftime lead. Wilson has 16 receptions for 334 yards and five touchdowns on the season.

Edward Wright-Baker, QB, Jeffersonville – Another week, another tough loss for Jeffersonville (0-3). The Red Devils squandered a 21-0 lead to fell to Bedford North Lawrence 34-33 in double overtime. Jeffersonville had a chance to win in double OT, but Wright-Baker's two-point conversation attempt was batted down to end the game. Wright-Baker completed 6-of-12 passes for 49 yards and one touchdown. On the season, Baker has completed 36-of-75 passes for 422 yards and one touchdown, and he's rushed for four touchdowns.

Nick Zachery, QB/ATH, Sheridan – Zachery did it all to lead No. 1 Sheridan (3-0) to a 56-0 win over Twin Lakes. Zachery had a hand in five touchdowns by four different means – he ran for two (5, 23), threw one (10), caught another (57) and scored on a fumble return (30). He finished with nine carries for 59 yards and also completed 3-of-9 passes for 65 yards and one interception. Sheridan has now won 39 straight games and looking for its fourth consecutive Class A title. On the season, Zachery has 32 carries for 338 yards and eight touchdowns, and he's 5-of-15 passing for 116 yards and one touchdown. Defensively he has scored on a fumble return and an interception return. Top Stories