Nine of Notre Dame's 19 commitments are still unbeaten going into this weekend. Below is a schedule of games for Notre Dame's commitments. If you‘re in the area, take time to go out a support the future of the Notre Dame program.
Aaron Lynch and Island Coast (5-1) at Cape Coral (5-0-1).
Brad Carrico and Dublin Coffman (6-1) host Hilliard Davidson (7-0).
Ben Councell and A.C Reynolds, N.C. (6-1) host Enka (2-6).
Ben Koyack and Oil City (6-0) at Grove City (6-0).
Kyle Brindza and Plymouth (5-2) at Novi (4-3).
Clay Burton and Venice (5-1) at Charlotte (6-0).
Conor Hanratty and New Canaan (4-0) host Seymour (0-4).
Eilar Hardy and Pickerington Central (6-0) at Newark (1-6).
Matthias Farley and Pickerington Central (5-2) at Charlotte Country Day (6-1).
Jalen Brown and MacArthur(2-4) host Haltom (1-4).
Jarrett Grace and Colerain (7-0) at Princeton (3-4).
Matt Hegarty and Aztec (6-0) at Piedra Vista (4-3).
Anthony Rabasa and Columbus (5-0) at Northwestern (4-1).
Stephon Tuitt and Monroe (6-0) host Gainesville (5-1).
George and Josh Atkinson and Granada (4-1) at Amador Valley (3-2).
DaVaris Daniels and Vernon Hills (7-0) host Lake Forest (5-2).
Tony Springmann and Bishop Dwenger (6-0) at Bishop Luers (8-0).
Justice Hayes will miss the remainder of the season with a wrist injury. Next game for Grand Blanc (4-3) is October 22 at Davison (6-1).
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