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.
Commit performances - 10/18
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