Weekend Recruit Scoreboard

Inside Carolina tracks the performances of UNC's football recruits each weekend.

Scotland County 34, Anson County 32
Recruit(s) of Note: Stephone Anthony: scored on a 18-yard run.

Brandon Ellerbe: accounted for four (9, 42, 2, 3 yards) of Anson's five touchdowns. -- The Laurinburg Exchange

 
Dwyer 52, Pahokee 0
Recruit(s) of Note: Jacoby Brissett: completed 7-of-10 passes for 127 yards and a touchdown, and rushed twice for 14 yards and two scores.

"We had our best week of practice so far," Brissett told the Palm Beach Post, "and our whole team just came together tonight."

Nick O'Leary: was serving the second of his two-game suspension.

Curt Maggitt: had two receptions for 27 yards.

-- Palm Beach Post

 
Jack Britt 40, Broughton 20
Recruit(s) of Note: Devonte Brown
 
Lake City 54, Socastee 54
Recruit(s) of Note: Shon Carson: rushed for 122 yards and three touchdowns (57, 26, and 10 yards) on nine carries. -- Morning News
 
Glenville 34, Anderson 7
Recruit(s) of Note: Frank Clark
 
Dunwoody 38, Lithonia 21
Recruit(s) of Note: Cedrick Cooper
 
Marvin Ridge 38, Ardrey Kell 34
Recruit(s) of Note: Nick Davidson, Drew Owens
 
Berkeley 21, Manning 20
Recruit(s) of Note: Phillip Dukes
 
Butler 35, Hibriten 28
Recruit(s) of Note: Kris Frost
 
Hermitage 14, Meadowbrook 3
Recruit(s) of Note: Curtis Grant: had 16 tackles. -- Times-Dispatch
 
St. Vincent-St. Mary 16, Euclid 13
Recruit(s) of Note: Doran Grant: had six receptions for 54 yards and a 10-yard touchdown. -- Plain Dealer
 
Warren Central 55, North Central 25
Recruit(s) of Note: Kiaro Holts
 
St. Joseph Regional 21, St. Peter's Prep 17
Recruit(s) of Note: Savon Huggins: rushed for 127 yards and a touchdown on 21 carries. -- The Star-Ledger
 
Ocean Beach 35, Kempsville 26
Recruit(s) of Note: Travis Hughes: rushed for 78 yards and three touchdowns on 17 carries. He was slowed by a sore ankle. -- The Virginian-Pilot
 
Mallard Creek 48, Chester 24
Recruit(s) of Note: D.J. Humphries

Marquise Williams: completed 11-of-19 yards for 113 yards and a four-yard score, and rushed 16 times for 137 yards and three touchdowns (83, 5, and 5 yards).

"Offensively, we knew that we had to put up a lot of points against them," Williams told the Charlotte Observer, "Tony is a great quarterback and he can make big plays and he did so tonight. But we have been preparing for this game for two weeks."

-- Charlotte Observer

 
McKeesport 43, Connellsville 0
Recruit(s) of Note: Branden Jackson, Delvon Simmons
 
Madison Academy 38, New Hope 7
Recruit(s) of Note: Kameron Jackson
 
C.B. Aycock 21, Fike 0
Recruit(s) of Note: Jarrod James
 
Ballou 27, Coolidge 6
Recruit(s) of Note: Jamar Lewter
 
Millbrook 28, Southern Durham 13
Recruit(s) of Note: Keith Marshall: rushed for 192 yards and three touchdowns (55, 39, and 1 yard) on 28 carries.

"Keith is an incredible player. Everyone knows about Keith Marshall," Millbrook Clarence Inscore told the News & Observer. "He doesn't disappoint. He can take it to the house at any time."

"We grabbed the momentum early," Marshall told the News & Observer. "We had the lead and were able to keep it."

-- News & Observer
-- The Herald-Sun

 
Bergen Catholic 34, Malvern Prep 7
Recruit(s) of Note: Tanner McEvoy: threw for a pair of touchdowns (5 and 15 yards), and ran for three scores, including a 52-yarder.

"He's our best player," Nunzio Campanile told the Record. "He's going to run. He's our tailback. That's football now. We're going to run our quarterback. He's a great player."

-- The Record

 
Steubenville 14, St. John's
Recruit(s) of Note: Kevin McReynolds
 
Salisbury 33, North Rowan 15
Recruit(s) of Note: Romar Morris: rushed for 47 yards on nine carries.

Darien Rankin: had two interceptions and returned one 62 yards for a touchdown.

"I was basically trying to read the quarterback," Rankin told the Salisbury Post. "And our line made it easy. They were all over him."

-- Salisbury Post

 
Bayside 21, Landstown 0
Recruit(s) of Note: Demetrious Nicholson: had three receptions for 36 yards.-- The Virginian-Pilot
 
Olympic 20, Ashbrook 17
Recruit(s) of Note: Norkeithus Otis
 
Phoebus 49, Warwick 6
Recruit(s) of Note: Daquan Romero: caught a 53-yard touchdown reception. -- Dailey Press
 
Hoke County 43, Westover 33
Recruit(s) of Note: Christian Russell: rushed for 180 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries. He left the game with 1:39 left in the second quarter with a deep leg bruise. -- Fayetteville Observer
 
Colonial Forge 54, Heritage 13
Recruit(s) of Note: Tim Scott: rushed four times for 92 yards and three touchdowns (9, 46, and 26 yards). He also had a two-yard reception. -- The Washington Post
 
Red Bank Catholic 14, Neptune 7
Recruit(s) of Note: Jack Tabb: had the game-winning touchdown, with 12.3 seconds left in the game, a 35-yarder -- Asbury Park Press
 
Jordan 28, Enloe 8
Recruit(s) of Note: T.J. Thorpe: had four receptions for 63 yards, including a 16-yard touchdown in which he "leaped above an Enloe defender". He also rushed once for four yards. -- The Herald-Sun
 
Panther Creek 38, Fuquay-Varina 37
Recruit(s) of Note: Shawn Underwood
 
Oakton 29, T.C. Williams 14
Recruit(s) of Note: Jay Whitmire
 
Hutchinson CC 42, Highland CC 16
Recruit(s) of Note: Jamal Womble: rushed twice for minus-1 yard. He sat out most of the game with a sprained ankle. -- Hutchinson News

Note: Harrisonburg vs. Lee, which includes UNC verbal commitment Landon Turner, was postponed to Monday at 5 pm. The lights at Lee's football stadium were knocked out by an electrical accident.


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