Weekend Prospect Recap

Bill Belton rushed for over 200 yards, with another 100-yard passing performance, and he accounted for all four touchdowns in his team's win. One of Pitt's commits had a 88-yard punt and another 75-yarder.

2011 COMMITS
Jeremiah Bryson carried the ball 11 times for 115 yards and three touchdowns in a 50-0 win for Smyrna over LaVergne.

Kyshoen Jarrett rushed for an 80-yard touchdown, lifting East Stroudsburg South over Pocono Mountain East 54-28. The Cavaliers take on Pleasant Valley next week, in a game that will decide the Mountain Valley Conference.

Max Issaka's Woodbridge team lost to Sayreville 41-14. The defensive end commit finished with five tackles on defense and had one rush for 10 yards. Issaka, also his team's punter, had punts of 88 and 75 yards.

Lakewood (OH) St. Edward had an impressive 20-3 win over Cincinnati St.Xavier. Pitt commit Deonte Gibson anchored a defense that allowed just 175 total yards. The Eagles have yet to allow anyone over 200 yards this season, and have outscored opponents 222-15 this season.

Pottsgrove lost to Owen J. Roberts 49-20, but not without a gutsy performance from Terrell Chestnut. Chesnut rushed for 95 yards, including a 54-yard touchdown run. He also threw for a 10-yard touchdown pass.

Jameel Poteat rushed for 163 yards on 27 carries, including touchdown runs of 1 and 63, lifting Bishop McDevitt to a 40-10 win over Mechanicsburg. Poteat also had three catches for 49 yards, including a 20-yard touchdown reception.

Paramus Catholic defeated Bergen Tech 32-0 on Friday night. Marquise Wright had seven tackles, and 1.5 sacks in the shutout win.

Lafayette Pitts rushed for 181 yards, including touchdown runs of 41, 36 and 20 in a 38-7 win over Kiski Area. Pitts did all of his damage in the first half, as Woodland Hills built a 31-0 lead at halftime.

Winslow Township rebounded from last week's loss with a 29-19 win over Lenape. Bill Belton rushed for 204 yards and two touchdowns, and also threw for 124 yards and two scores; accounting for all four Eagles touchdowns. Belton's 42-yard touchdown pass to Billy Johnson clinched the win.

Dallastown improved to a perfect 7-0 with a 46-13 win over William Penn. Ben Kline rushed four times for 25 yards and caught seven passes for 85 yards and two touchdowns. Kline led the Wildcats on defense with 10 tackles.

OTHER 2011 TARGETS
Savon Huggins rushed for 201 yards on just 11 carries, along with five touchdowns, in a 56-0 win for St. Peter's Prep over Bayonne. Huggins touchdown runs went for 35, 35, 1, 11 and 29. Safety prospect Sheldon Royster also accounted for a five-yard touchdown run in the win.

Cyrus Kouandjio opened the way for 216 yards on the ground, as DeMatha defeated St. John's 21-14.

Darius Jennings rushed for 159 yards and three touchdowns, helping Gilman School to a 63-7 win over Loyola. Jennings accounted for touchdown runs of 10, 7 and 41. Junior prospect Kenneth Goins scored on touchdown runs of 1 and 40, and also returned a fumble 47 yards for a score. Junior Cyrus Jones rushed for a 12-yard score in the win.

Defensive end Deion Barnes had four tackles and 1.5 sacks in a 24-6 Northeast win over Germantown. The Vikings have won five in a row, after starting off 0-2.

2012
Our Lady of Good Counsel defeated Paul VI Catholic 42-0. Stefon Diggs caught four passes for 67 yards and accounted for all three of his team's touchdowns--touchdown receptions of 8, 26 and 24. Good Counsel had 174 yards on the ground behind offensive lineman Mike Madraras.

Five-star running back Rushel Shell carried the ball 34 times for 306 yards, lifting Hopewell to a 26-22 win over Central Valley. The Vikings kept their playoff hopes alive, and need a win over Ambridge this Friday to clinch a spot. Shell scored on touchdown runs of 92, 4 and 6.

Dixie Heights (KY) quarterback Zeke Pike threw for two touchdowns, and ran for another score in a 47-20 win over Holmes. This past week, Pike listed Pitt as one of his verbal offers.

Upper St. Clair defeated Canon-McMillan 10-0. The Panthers rushed for 176 yards behind the blocking of junior offensive lineman Ian Park.

Timber Creek Regional handed Woodrow Wilson its first loss of the season, 32-25. Junior linebacker Quanzell Lambert led the Chargers with 11 tackles and a sack on defense. Lambert also blocked a pair of extra points.

Eugene Lewis rushed for three scores, and threw for one, helping Wyoming Valley West to a 34-13 win over Hazleton. Lewis' touchdown runs went for 2, 2 and 23, with a 12-yard touchdown pass.

Se'Von Pittman had two sacks in a 28-17 win for Canton (OH) McKinley over North Canton (OH) Hoover.

Greg Garmon ran the ball 23 times for 139 yards, and also had two receptions for 49 yards and a touchdown, lifting McDowell to a 19-14 win at North Hills. As a result, the Trojans clinched their first ever playoff berth as a full WPIAL member. Garmon will be at the Pitt-Rutgers game this Saturday.

Delrece Williams rushed for 217 yards and three scores, helping Steel Valley to a 21-0 win over Keystone Oaks.


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