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West Virginia 2017 Football Verbal Commit Weekend Update: Oct 2

Rounding up the weekend performances of West Virginia's 2017 football verbal commitments.

Defeated South Dade 12-0 Record: 4-2 Next Game: Fri Oct 7 at Killian

Lost to Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas) 25-24 Record: 3-2 Next Game: Fri Oct 7 vs. Deerfield Beach
A three overtime thriller ended in the narrowest of defeats for Aquinas, which narrowly missed knocking off the nation's top-ranted team. Harley threw a 53-yard touchdown pass on an end around to give Aquinas a lead in the third quarter. That prompted this tweet from fellow commit Alec Sinkfield:

Lost to Oxbridge Academy 38-0 Record: 1-4 Next Game: Fri Oct 7 vs. Norland
The nationally-ranked ThunderWolves were too much for the Stallions, who mustered just 77 yards of total offense.

Defeated Mundy's Mill 34-14 Record: 5-1 Next Game: Fri Oct 14 at Lovejoy
Tucker continued its strong defensive play, yielding just one touchdown from scrimmage. That broke a three-game streak in which the Tiger defense had not given up a score.
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Bounced Clarke Central 44-13 Record: 4-1 Next Game: Fri Oct 7 vs Johnson
Buford racked up 446 yards of total offense and ground out the win with 17 fourth-quarter points.

Routed Bonnabel 59-0 Record: 3-2 Next Game: Fri Oct 7 at John Ehret
Bush snared a 68-yard scoring strike on the Charging Buccaneers' first possession to spark the runaway win. He later added a seven yard TD reception and a ten-yard scoring run.

Defeated Holmes 27-12 Record: 5-0 Next Game: Sat Oct 8 at Coahoma
Holmes had three tackles and was credited with 1/2 sack for a loss of four yards as the Rangers knocked off #15 Holmes to remain undefeated.

Defeated Good Counsel 25-13 Record: 4-2 Next Game: Fri Oct 7 at Providence Day (Charlotte, N.C.)
The Crusaders came up with big defensive plays in key moments, stuffing five drives with a pair of takeaways and three red zone stops.

Rolled over Central Bucks South 42-13 Record: 6-0 Next Game: Sat Oct 8 at Central Bucks East
Johns had a big night with seven catches for 156 yards, including touchdown grabs of 41 and seven yards.

Defeated Somerset 35-14 Record: 6-0 Next Game: Fri Oct 7 at Bedford
Loe had a 25-yard reception that set up a short run to give Greater Johnstown a halftime lead it never relinquished.

Blasted West Shamokin 60-6 Record: 6-0 Next Game: Fri Oct 7 vs Homer-Center
Smith flashed his running prowess with scoring forays of 35, 20 and 52 yards while piling up 149 total on 11 carriers. He was 6-12 for 72 yards and a score through the air against a defense loaded to stop the pass.. He also showed his defensive abilities with a second half interception that he returned 51 yards to set up another Ram touchdown.

Sat Oct 1 at Erie CC Record: 3-0 Next Game: Sat Oct 8 vs ASA College

Defeated Steubenville 15-7 Record: 3-3 Next Game: Fri Oct 7 at Winton Woods
The Irish put forth an outstanding defensive effort to hand Big Red its first loss of the season -- and in Steubenville, no less. "Our defense dominated the game and our offense is finally coming along I had a few short receptions and a tackle for loss and a pass deflection," King told

Cruised past Elkins 42-13 Record: 5-0 Next Game: Fri Oct 7 at Weir
The Polar Bears maintained their Class AA top ranking by scoring touchdowns on their first six possessions.

Lost to Musselman 21-14 Record: 4-2 Next Game: Fri Oct 7 at Wheeling Park
Wolfley left the game with an apparent leg injury suffered on the first play of the second half. He played tight end on offense and had a pair of tackles on defense. Wolfley was on crutches the day after the game.
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