West Virginia 2017 Football Verbal Commit Game Updates: Sep 2-3

The holiday weekend features a full slate of action for West Virginia's 14 football verball commitments in the Class of 2017. Get all the info on their performances here!


Defeated Dr. Krop 39-0 Record: 2-0 Next Game: Fri Sep 9 at Columbus
Helped power a rushing game that tallied six touchdowns. A bvy of running backs lead the scoring parade against the Indians.


at Miramar Record: 1-1 Next Game: Fri Sep 9 vs Plantation
Aquinas bounced back from its opening game upset to get an easy win. Harley had scoring receptions of 23 and 21 yards, and also added a 35-yard catch.


Sep 3 at St. John's (Washington, D.C.) Record: 0-1 Next Game: Fri Sep 9 at Glades Central
Saturday at 2:00 p.m.


Sep 3 vs Colquitt County Record: 1-1 Next Game: Fri Sep 16 at Jonesboro
Tucker's contest was postponed due to Hurricane Hermine and will be played at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday.


Rolled over Bishop Timon-St. Jude (Buffalo, NY) 49-6 Record: 1-1 Next Game: Fri Sep 16 vs Jefferson Davis
The Wolves piled up an efficient 284 yards of offense in winning after an off week. Quick scores highlighted the effort as Buford jumped out to an early lead and cruised home.


Lost to John Curtis Christian35-22 Record: 1-1 Next Game: Fri 9 at Edna Karr
Bush has a 21-yard TD and a two-point conversion reception to draw the Charging Buccaneers close, but it wasn't enough to get the win against the New Orleans power.


Defeated Bishop Ireton 41-6 Record: 2-0 Next Game: Sat Sep 10 vs Gilman
Hunt helped spearhead a defensive effort that allowed the Cardinals to roll out to a 34-0 lead just before the half.


Knocked off Downington East 23-6 Record: 2-0 Next Game: Fri Sep 9 vs. Pennsbury
Johns has 96 rushing yards and a one-yard score as North Penn won its first two games of the season for the first time in six years.Johns played running back while filling in for an injured teammate.


Bishop Carroll Record: 2-0 Next Game: Fri Sep 9 vs. Forest Hills
Loe again started things off with a bang as he opened the game with an 82-yard kickoff return for a score. “Exree is outstanding, there’s no doubt about that,” Greater Johnstown head coach Tony Penna Jr. told the Johnstown Tribune Democrat. “The notoriety he gets is well deserved because of how hard he works.”.


Crushed Saltsburg 68-0  Record: 2-0 Next Game: Fri Sep 9 at Northern Cambria
Smith completed scoring passes of 15 and ten yards, and also was a rushing threat while playing just the first half of the Rams' easy victory.


Sat Sep 3 vs. Gattaca Record: 0-0 Next Game: Sat Sep 10 at Valley Forge


Knocked off Walsh Jesuit 10-3 Record: 2-0 Next Game: Fri Sep 9 vs Canada Prep Academy
The low-scoring battle was highlighted by a defensive touchdown for the Fighting Irish which provided the margin of victory. St. Vincent - St. Mary defended its #22 state ranking with the win.


Downed North Marion 37-15 Record: 2-0 Next Game: Fri Sep 16 at Buckhannon-Upshur
Darius had three sacks as the Polar Bear defense harassed the Husky attack all evening.


Blanked Brooke 36-0 Record: 2-0 Next Game: Fri Sep 16 at Washington
Wolfley had a well-rounded 100 yards on ten carries, and scored twice from 26 and one yards out. He added a pair of two-point conversions, and also converted an on-side kick while filling in for the Mohigan's injured placekicker. 

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