Marquise Wright had five tackles and a sack, but it wasn't enough as his Paramus Catholic team lost to DePaul 26-21. Wright has 20 tackles and six sacks on the season.
Quinton Alston's Timber Creek Regional team was on a bye this past weekend. The Chargers return to action next weekend with a trip to Camden (NJ) Woodrow Wilson.
Terrell Chestnut was planning to rest a sore shoulder on Friday night, but came off the bench late in the game to lift Pottsgrove to a 21-14 win over Spring-Ford. Chestnut ran four times for 40 yards, including a game-winning 26-yard touchdown run with two minutes left in the game. The Falcons improve to 5-1 on the season.
Max Issaka hauled in an eight-yard touchdown catch, but it wasn't enough as his Woodbridge Barrons lost to South Brunswick 15-7. Issaka also had a 35-yard run in the game, and finished with five tackles on defense.
Gary Nova completed 5-of-14 passes for 152 yards, including a touchdown pass to 2012 receiver Leonte Caroo, helping Don Bosco Prep to a 58-6 win over Paramus (NJ) Kennedy. Nova also rushed for two touchdowns.
Lakewood (OH) St. Edward--home of Pitt commit Deonte Gibson--scored a 62-0 win over Columbus DeSales (OH) on Friday. DeSales is home to Michigan commit Chris Rock, and 2012 Ohio State commit Warren Ball--who sat out Friday night's game, resting an ankle injury. Gibson was part of a defense that held DeSales to 59 yards and three first downs in the first half. The Eagles are 7-0 on the season.
Justin Olack had four catches for 61 yards, helping his Massillon Washington team to a 28-7 win over Steubenville. The Tigers are 6-1 on the season.
Ben Kline did a little of everything once again. Kline rushed for 79 yards on four carries, and finished with 14 tackles on defense. His Dallastown Wildcats improved to 6-0 with a 21-7 win over South Western.
Lafayette Pitts rushed for 138 yards, and touchdown runs of 25, 42 and 48 in a 38-7 win over Fox Chapel. Woodland Hills improves to 3-3 on the season.
Pitt's most recent commit, Jeremiah Bryson, was on a bye this week. His Smyrna team returns to action Friday against LaVergne.
Savon Huggins rushed for 176 yards on 18 carries, to go with five rushing touchdowns in a 54-8 win over Union City.
Darius Jennings rushed 28 times for 200 yards and all three of his team's touchdowns, but it wasn't enough as Calvert Hall knocked off Gilman 26-21. Gilman drops to 4-2 on the season. Jennings scored on touchdown runs of 46, 65 and 2.
DeMatha held off Our Lady of Good Counsel, 31-28. Cyrus Kouandjio opened the way for 243 yards on the ground. On the losing side, 2012 prospect Stefan Diggs rushed five times for 50 yards, and had seven receptions for 124 yards, including three touchdowns. Diggs' touchdown receptions came on plays of 28, 15 and 1. Also in the loss, Good Counsel offensive lineman Mike Madreras opened the way for 132 yards on the ground.
Deion Barnes had a big game in a 43-18 Northeast win over Abraham Lincoln. Barnes had 11 tackles and two sacks. He also blocked a punt, which he returned for a touchdown. He also caught a 24-yard touchdown pass.
Brandon Clemons had seven tackles, helping Delaware Valley to a 20-12 win over North Pocono.
Miles Shuler rushed for 129 yards and one touchdown, while throwing for 108 yards and two scores on Friday night. It wasn't enough, as Matawan defeated Shuler's Long Branch team 34-31.
Delrece Williams rushed for 257 yards and six touchdowns in a 48-33 comeback win over Washington. His younger brother Tez Williams had two interceptions, including one that was returned for a touchdown.
Desmon Peoples rushed for 84 yards on 14 carries, along with touchdown runs of 15, 1, 8, 3 and 24, in a 48-24 win over Haverford School. Offensive lineman Frank Taylor, also a Pitt target for 2012, was instrumental in opening the way for Peoples.
Eugene Lewis ran 31 times for 164 yards and two touchdowns (50, 2), but it wasn't enough as Dallas rallied for a 21-17 win over Wyoming Valley West. Lewis also threw for 80 yards, and put his team ahead with the two-yard touchdown run, with five minutes left in the game.
Rushel Shell rushed for 400 yards and three touchdowns, keeping his team's playoff hopes alive in a 28-26 win over New Castle. New Castle quarterback John Matarazzo, also out of the 2012 class, threw for 230 yards and a touchdown pass in the loss.
Joell Nesbitt carried the ball 10 times for 88 yards in a 25-12 win over Carrick. The Bulls are now 3-2 on the season.