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West Virginia 2017 Football Verbal Commit Weekend Updates: Sep 24-25

West Virginia's 2017 football verbal commitments are heading into the hearts of their schedules. How did future Mountaineers perform over the weekend?

http://www.scout.com/player/199951-cody-bowes?s=159

Lost to Carol City 18-0 Record: 3-2 Next Game: Fri Sep 30 vs. South Dade
Bowes and the Spartans were unable to get anything going on offense, as they managed just 140 yards of offense in a defensive battle.

http://www.scout.com/player/199406-michael-harley?s=159

Blanked Hallandale 42-0 Record: 3-1 Next Game: Fri Sep 30 at Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas)
The Raiders recorded their second consecutive shutout in a game that went just past halftime before being called due to lightning. Harley returned a kickoff 99 yards for a score to cap the scoring. https://twitter.com/AudibleSports/status/779485374200549380


http://www.scout.com/player/191048-alec-sinkfield?s=159

Open Date Record: 1-3 Next Game:Thu Sep 29 at Oxbridge Academy
Sinkfield and American Heritage get a week off to recover from their tough start

http://www.scout.com/player/205201-eugene-brown/?s=159

Routed M.L. King 55-0 Record: 4-1 Next Game:Fri Sep 30 vs. Mundy's Mill
Tucker throttled its county opponent with a strong defensive effort. "We’re learning more about how teams are trying to attack us," head coach Bryan Lamar told Georgia Preps News. "We try to come in with a good gameplan every week.”

http://www.scout.com/player/207393-tyler-thurmond?s=159

Routed Int'l School of Broward 48-8 Record: 3-1 Next Game: Fri Sep 30 at Clarke Central

http://www.scout.com/player/204000-tevin-bush?s=159

Outscored Chalmette 40-10 Record: 2-2 Next Game: Fri Sep 30 vs. Bonnabel
The Charging Buccaneers evened their record with a convincing win. Bush had a 37-yard scoring reception and a two-point conversion as Landry-Walker opened district play with an important win.

http://www.scout.com/player/184954-chris-hunt?s=159

Lost to St. Frances Academy 28-21 Record: 3-2 Next Game:Fri Sep 30 vs Good Counsel
Dropped its second consecutive game as St. Frances scored with less than a minute to play to rally for the win. "It was a tough game, but we battled," Hunt told GlueGoldNews.com. I had five tackles and a pass breakup.

http://www.scout.com/player/206106-ricky-johns?s=159

Knocked off Pennridge 45-21 Record: 5-0 Next Game: Fri Sep 30 at Central Bucks South
Johns had three receptions for 48 yards as the Knights answered an opening Pennridge TD with seven scoring drives for a convincing win.

http://www.scout.com/player/201417-exree-loe

Brushed aside Richland 43-12 Record: 5-0 Next Game: Fri Sep 30 at Somerset
Loe had a fumble recovery to set up an early Trojan score with a 24-yard return to the three-yard line, then snared a 37-yard touchdown pass on their next possession to put them firmly in control.

http://www.scout.com/player/203339-collin-smith?s=159

Blanked United 57-0 Record: 5-0 Next Game: Fri Sep 30 vs. West Shamokin
The Rams rolled again to keep all three Pennsylvania schools undefeated. Smith was 10-12 for 201 yards and three scores, and also had 24 rushing yards on five carries to help power the fourth-ranked Rams.

http://www.scout.com/player/205811-alex-woods?s=159

Blasted Nassau CC 48-6 Record: 3-0 Next Game: Sat Oct 1 at Erie CC
Woods continues to rehab his shoulder injury.

http://www.scout.com/player/207150-deamonte-king?s=159

Shut out by Archbishop Hoban 24-0 Record: 2-3 Next Game: Fri Sep 30 at Steubenville
The Irish couldn't overcome a second quarter 21-0 scoring flurry in the loss to the top rated team in Division III. The STVM offense has not scored a touchdown since its opening game.

http://www.scout.com/player/207663-darius-stills?s=159

Downed University 28-7 Record: 4-0 Next Game: Fri Sep 30 at Elkins
The Bear defense was again outstanding, limiting the Hawks to just 70 rushing yards and forcing three interceptions.

http://www.scout.com/player/187601-maverick-wolfley?s=159

Lost to Martinsburg 33-6 Record: 4-1 Next Game: Fri Sep 30 vs. Musselman
Wolfley had the Mohgians' only score when he bulled in from the three-yard line in the fourth quarter. Special teams mistakes helped the Bulldogs build an early lead and put Morgantown in a hole.

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