Commit performances - 10/18

All six Washington verbal commits had good nights last night, even though two of them did experience the losing side of things. Leading the charge was the newest Dawg, Orange's Durrell Moss and Las Vegas' Corey Williams.

Tahj Bomar - forced a fumble and lead Kentwood's defense to their first shutout of the year, a 27-0 pasting of Sumner.

Craig Chambers - Caught four passes for 82 yards and also had a 29-yard reverse in the Timberwolves 34-7 win over Shorecrest. CJ Marsh ran for 178 yards and two scores.

Bobby Whithorne - SM lost to St. John Bosco 28-23. Bobby had one run for 8 yards and 9 catches for 114 yards and a touchdown in the loss. Bosco WR Joe Cowan, son of former UW QB Tim Cowan, had 3 catches for 46 yards and also a pick he returned 86 yards for a score.

Corey Williams - Corey caught 6 balls for 95 yards, including three touchdown grabs of 51, 10 and 11 yards in a 41-0 whitewashing of Valley.

Durrell Moss - The Panthers lost 27-21 to Costa Mesa, but Moss ran wild, going for 227 yards and touchdown runs of 80 and 77 yards in the loss.

Derrick Bradley - Ran 14 times for 117 yards, including a 40-yard touchdown, one of three Knights to run for over 100 yards, as Kamiak and the 'Dozers bully their way past 37-14. Top Stories