Gary Nova completed 6-of-15 passes for 167 yards, including a touchdown pass covering 54 yards, leading Don Bosco Prep to a 38-16 win over Bergen Catholic. Nova also scored on a pair of one-yard touchdown runs.
Justin Olack had two receptions for 92 yards, both for touchdowns, helping his Washington Tigers to its fifth consecutive win. Washington defeated Brantford Collegiate, out of Ontario, Canada, 56-7.
Dallastown improved to 5-0 with a 40-13 win over Northeastern. Pitt commit Ben Kline rushed for 43 yards on five carries, with three of those runs going for touchdowns. Kline also had two catches for 10 yards, and eight tackles on defense.
Jameel Poteat rushed for 112 yard on 17 carries, including touchdown runs of 3 and 67, in a 44-7 Bishop McDevitt win over Lower Dauphin. Poteat also had three catches for 47 yards. Junior defensive end Noah Spence, who helped shut down Lower Dauphin's offense, also had a 10-yard reception in the win.
Lafayette Pitts rushed for 110 yards, with touchdown runs of 8 and 3, as he helped Woodland Hills to a 44-7 win over Altoona.
Terrell Chestnut left his game Friday night after just a few plays, aggravating a shoulder injury from earlier this season. Pottsgrove defeated Pottstown 30-10. Chestnut's status for next Friday hasn't been determined.
Marquise Wright had three tackles, but Old Tappan prevailed over Paramus Catholic 27-13. Wright has 15 tackles on the season, five tackles for losses and five sacks.
Jeremiah Bryson rushed for a pair of touchdowns, as Bryna got back on the winning track, with a 35-21 win over Riverdale.
Central Dauphin improved to 5-0 with a 41-0 win over Central Dauphin East. Pitt commit Artie Rowell finished with seven tackles on defense.
Savon Huggins rushed for 85 yards on 12 carries, including a 12-yard touchdown run, in St. Peters Prep's 35-0 win over Wyoming Seminary Prep.
Deion Barnes had six tackles and two forced fumbles, in a 14-13 Northeast win over Frankford.
Miles Shuler was held in check for the first time all season, as Red Bank Catholic defeated Shuler's Long Branch, 45-6. Red Bank Catholic tight end Jack Tabb had a 33-yard reception, and six tackles on defense.
Five-star running back Rushel Shell rushed for 123 yards and a touchdown run of 2 yards, but it wasn't enough as Hopewell lost to Blackhawk 31-14. In a competitive Parkway Conference, the Vikings must win out to claim a playoff spot.
Also in the Parkway Conference, New Castle lost to Montour 24-6, despite 230 yards in the air from junior quarterback John Matarazzo. Matarazzo threw for a touchdown as well. Julian Durden, junior running back for Montour, rushed for 245 yards and touchdown runs of 57 and 46.
Stefon Diggs, a 2012 prospect, rushed for 53 yards on seven carries, as Our Lady of Good Counsel defeated Bishop McNamara 48-0. Diggs scored on a pair of four-yard touchdowns behind the blocking of 2012 lineman Mike Madraras, and also had a 27-yard reception.
Eugene Lewis, a 2012 receiver prospect, completed 6-of-12 passes for 158 yards and three touchdown passes, lifting Wyoming Valley West to a 27-13 win over Coughlin. Lewis also rushed for 66 yards on 15 carries, including a seven-yard touchdown run.
Greg Garmon rushed for 192 yards for two touchdowns, and also had a 31-yard touchdown catch, leading Erie-McDowell to a 29-28 win over Pine-Richland on Thursday night.
Offensive lineman Ian Park, who was been to all three Pitt games so far this year, had 12 pancakes in Upper St. Clair's 38-22 win over Baldwin. Teammate Dakota Conwell, who was also at the game Saturday, rushed for a pair of nine-yard touchdown runs, and threw for a score in the Panthers' win.
Defensive end Hunter Knighton, who came in for the Pitt-Miami game last week, had nine tackles and six quarterback hurries in a 12-9 Hill School win over Chestnut Hill Academy.
Tyler Alt, a 2012 lineman from Greensburg Central Catholic, had 12 tackles and two sacks in a 7-0 win over Mt. Pleasant.