Weekend Prospect Recap

Pitt commits Marquise Wright and Gary Nova will be on opposite sidelines next week. Both players won this past week, gearing towards their showdown on Saturday.

Jeremiah Bryson rushed 11 times for 122 yards and a touchdown, helping Smyrna to a 28-0 win over Ravenwood. Bryson also returned an interception for a touchdown in the win.

Kyshoen Jarrett rushed for a touchdown in a 40-35 loss to Pleasant Valley. The Cavaliers drop to 5-3, and face Hazleton next week.

Desimon Green helped keep his Clairton Bears unbeaten, leading them to a 42-7 win over Fort Cherry. Green completed 13-of-15 passes for 225 yards and three touchdowns. He also added 68 yards rushing on four carries. On defense, Green finished with four tackles and two sacks. He was at Pitt's win over Rutgers on Saturday.

Deonte Gibson helped Lakewood (OH) St. Edward to a 31-7 win over Cincinnati (OH) Arcbishop Moeller. The Eagles are a perfect 9-0 on the season, and close out the regular season next week against Cleveland (OH) St. Ignatius.

Terrell Chestnut rushed for a touchdown and threw for another, helping Pottsgrove to a 49-0 win over Methacton. Chestnut carried the ball seven times for 71 yards and a one-yard touchdown run, while completing 2-of-3 passes for 48 yards, including a 30-yard touchdown pass.

Jameel Poteat rushed for a pair of scores, and 2012 defensive end Noah Spence returned a fumble for a score, as Bishop McDevitt defeated Hershey 49-10. Poteat carried the ball 19 times for 106 yards and touchdown runs of 2 and 8. Spence returned a fumble 21 yards for a score in the fourth quarter, to close the scoring.

Marquise Wright had five tackles, including two for a loss, and a sack helping Paramus Catholic to a 21-7 win over Northern Highlands. Wright will get set to take on fellow Pitt commit Gary Nova, in a matchup against Don Bosco on Saturday.

Lafayette Pitts rushed for 248 yards, including touchdown runs of 2, 2, 66 and 1, lifting Woodland Hills to a 35-0 win over Pine-Richland. Woodland Hills closes the regular season next week against Penn Hills, in a game that will decide second place in the WPIAL Quad-A Big East conference.

Bill Belton led Winslow Township back with touchdown passes of 34, 30 and 90, bringing his team to within 20-18, but it wasn't enough at Paul VI defeated the Eagles 34-18, thanks to a pair of fourth-quarter scores. Belton surpassed 1,000 yards in the air in the loss.

Ben Kline's Dallastown Wildcats are a perfect 8-0. In a 21-0 win over Central York. Kline carried the ball three times for 15 yards, and a touchdown. He also had four receptions for 40 yards and a receiving touchdown. On defense, Kline finished with 12 tackles, a sack, a fumble recovery and a pass deflection.

Central Dauphin racked up 258 yards on the ground behind the blocking of Artie Rowell in a 49-7 win over Carlisle. The run game also accounted for six of the seven touchdowns. Rowell had one tackle on defense.

Gary Nova threw for touchdown passes of 65, 18 and 34--all to junior receiver Leonte Carroo--in a 63-0 win over Passaic County Tech. Junior safety Elijah Shumate had three tackles and a sack, in one quarter of play.

DeMatha Catholic improved to 6-2 with a 39-17 win over O'Connell on Saturday. Pitt commit Sam Collura and offensive tackle Cyrus Kouandjio were instrumental in the run game, as the Stags ran for 282 yards. Collura also had an eight-yard catch.

Deion Barnes finished with seven tackles and 1.5 sacks in a 13-6 win over George Washington. Barnes also caught a 20-yard touchdown in the win, which proved to be the difference.

St. Peter's Prep defeated Memorial 49-0 for its fourth consecutive shutout. Savon Huggins rushed for 176 yards on just nine carries, including a 79-yard touchdown run.

Steel Valley's Delrece Williams was the leading rusher in the state, with 339 yards and eight touchdowns, in a 76-26 win over Quaker Valley.

Good Counsel (MD) defeated St. John's 37-14. Offensive lineman Mike Madraras opened the way for 224 yards on the ground. Junior receiver Stefon Diggs caught three passes for 36 yards, including a 14-yard touchdown catch. Diggs also returned an interception 105 yards for a touchdown, to close the scoring.

Rushel Shell rushed for 204 yards and touchdown runs of 17, 4, 4, 6 and 29, helping Hopewell to a 42-20 win over Ambridge. The Vikings have won three in a row, and remain in playoff contention, with an upcoming Thursday night game against West Allegheny, in the regular season finale.

Four-star quarterback Zeke Pike out of Dixie Heights High School in Kentucky, left his team's game with a shoulder injury. Covington Catholic defeated Dixie Heights 40-35, but not before Pike rushed for 144 yards and threw for another 118. He rushed for three scores before leaving the game.

Eugene Lewis rushed for 169 yards, threw for 97 and accounted for three total touchdowns, leading Wyoming Valley West to a 32-18 win over Crestwood. Lewis scored on touchdown runs of 1 and 2, and threw for a 16-yard score.

Pennsbury defeated Council Rock North 29-7. Pennsbury has four-star offensive tackle J.J. Denman, who was instrumental in his team's 285 yards on the ground. All four of Pennsbury's scores came from the running game.

Canon McKinley (OH) defeated Boardman 27-20. McKinley's defense, which includes defensive end Se'Von Pittman, limited Boardman to 86 yards on the ground.

Nazareth defeated Parkland 35-28. Rob Dvoracek scored on a three-yard touchdown run for Parkland in the losing effort.

Erie McDowell defeated Butler 42-13, behind 115 yards rushing from Greg Garmon. Garmon scored on touchdown runs of 49 and 7.

John Matarazzo threw for 120 yards and two touchdowns, keeping New Castle's playoff hopes alive in a 45-6 win over Moon.

Desmon Peoples ran the ball 14 times for 93 yards and two touchdowns, and offensive lineman Frank Taylor helped pave the way for a total of 233 rushing yards, as Archbishop Wood defeated Monsignor Bonner 31-0. Colin Thompson--a tight end prospect, had an interception on defense.

Archbishop Carroll (DC) receiver Lamont Baldwin had four catches for 102 yards in a 29-12 win over Bishop McNamara. The Lions are off to a 6-2 start, its best start in 15 years.

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