West Virginia 2017 Football Verbal Commit Game Updates: Sep 9-11

Updating the latest on-field performances of West Virginia's 2017 football verbal commitments.


Defeated Columbus 26-15 Record: 3-0 Next Game: Fri Sep 16 at Booker T. Washington
Southridge rode a strong defensive effort that included eight sacks, three turnovers forced and a yield of just 127 total yards in the win.


Shut out Plantation 49-0 Record: 2-1 Next Game: Fri Sep 23 vs Hallandale
St. Thomas Aquinas was never seriously challenged as it rolled up several short drives off turnovers and a strong defensive effort


Defeated Glades Central 37-32 Record: 1-2 Next Game: Fri Sep 16 vs Northwestern
The Stallions rallied for their first win of the season, which will help bolster their top ten class rating.


Open Date Record: 2-1 Next Game: Fri Sep 16 at Jonesboro
Tucker has won two consecutive games after a tough opening day loss


Open Date Record: 1-1 Next Game: Fri Sep 16 vs Jefferson Davis
Both WVU Georgia commits enjoyed an early Friday night off in the schedule


Lost to Edna Karr 42-34 Record: 0-2 Next Game: Fri 16 vs. St. Augustine
Bush had a monster first half with 175 rushing yards and scores of 94, 56 and 18 yards, but it wasn't enough to hold off the Cougars, who benefited from several Charging Buccaneer mistakes in the second half to get the win.


Blew out Gilman 50-7 Record: 3-0 Next Game: Sat Sep 17 at Bishop McNamara
Bishop Sullivan passed its first big test with flying colors by scoring 37 points in the second quarter. After yielding a score off an early turnover, the Crusader defense turned away another Gilman scoring chance, then dominated for the remainder of the game. "I think I played well," Hunt told BlueGoldNews.com afterward. "I didn't give up, but I couldn't have done it without my team."


Blanked Pennsbury 38-0 Record: 3-0 Next Game: Fri Sep 16 vs Central Bucks West
Johns had five receptions for 66 yards and scored on a one-yard run as the Knights unleashed an aerial assault in the win. North Penn had 315 passing yards as it rolled up all of its points in the first half.


Shut out Forest Hills 40-0 Record: 3-0 Next Game: Fri Sep 16 vs. Westmont Hilltop
Loe had a 56-yard scoring reception and helped in a defensive effort that yielded another shut out and helped keep all of WVU's Pennsylvania commits unblemished in the loss column.


Routed Northern Cambria 52-6 Record: 3-0 Next Game: Fri Sep 16 vs Penns Manor
Smith continued to shine at quarterback, passing for 207 yards and one score and rushing for three more in the Rams' win. He connected on a 49-yard scoring strike, and added short TD runs of five, three and three yards.


Defeated Valley Forge Military 55-21 Record: 2-0 Next Game: Sat Sep 17 vs Hudson Valley
A scoreless first quarter turned into a scoring explosion, but the White Falcons got enough stops to secure a good win.


Lost to Canada Prep Academy 27-7 Record: 2-1 Next Game: Fri Sep 16 at Cardinal Mooney
The Irish lost to the Ontario-based prep team, which plays a U.S. schedule. "We play pretty bad on both sides," King said. "The defense picked it up second half but offense still couldn't score. I didn't play so well -- I had two tackles and a couple returns for big gains."


Open Date Record: 2-0 Next Game: Fri Sep 16 at Buckhannon-Upshur
Stills has recorded strong defensive efforts in his first two games, helping hold opponents to just 13.5 points per contest.


Defeated Parkersburg South 31-19 Record: 3-0 Next Game: Fri Sep 16 at Washington
Wolfley was lightly used in the backfield until the final drive of the night, when he helped grind out a final TD to keep the Mohigans perfect on the season. "It was a weird game on offense. I only had about five carries. But I played really good on defense."

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