Kenny Robinson

West Virginia 2017 Football Verbal Commitment Update Nov 14

Playoff action is in full swing for West Virginia's 2017 football verbal commitments. We recap the weekend action and provide schedule updates for those who advanced to the next round.

Defeated Palm Beach Lakes 35-0 Record: 8-2 Next Game: Fri Nov 18 vs Dwyer (Playoffs)
Two defensive touchdownss highlighted a four-score first quarter as the Raiders rolled to the shutout win. They remain the top-ranked team in Class 7A in the state of Florida.

Season Complete Record: 2-7 Next Game: Season Complete

Defeated Bradwell 48-15 Record: 10-1 Next Game: Fri Nov. 18 vs Harrison (Playoffs)
The Tigers rolled up 35 first half points then turned things over to the defense to close out the win.

Routed North Springs 45-7 Record: 10-1 Next Game: Fri Nov 18 vs Jones County (Playoffs)
The running game was again in high gear as the Wolves powered their way to 231 yards on the ground.

Defeated Fontainebleu 55-23 Record: 9-2 Next Game: Fri Nov 18 vs Sulphur (Playoffs)
Bush was a threat in the running game, ringing up 72 yards on just seven carries as the Charging Buccaneers rolled into the next round of the Class 5A state playoffs.

Lost to East Mississippi 38-30 Record: 9-2 Next Game:  Bowl Invitation Pending
Harvey had four tackles, including a sack for eight yards.

Lost to East Mississippi 38-30 Record: 9-2 Next Game:  Bowl Invitation Pending
Qualls put up a great effort with seven stops, including four solo tackles. He had 3.5 sacks for 12 yards, and a total of 19 yards of tackles for losses.

Open Date Record: 7-2 Next Game: Sat Nov 19 vs IMG Academy

Defeated Spring-Ford 28-19 Record: 12-0 Next Game: Fri Nov 18 at Coatesville (Playoffs)
Johns scored on touchdown passes of 87 and 27 yards, the latter of which sealed the win and help the Knights advance. "That was really big. We needed to score on that drive,” Johns told PaPrepLive of the second score. “We had been stopped on the previous possession but that gave us momentum.” Johns also had an interception that spearheaded a defensive effort which yielded just 51 yards in the second half. He totaled seven catches for 192 yards on offense.

Edged Clearfield 26-21 Record: 11-1 Next Game: Nov 18 vs Jersey Shore (Playoffs)
Loe came up with the play of the day, snaring a 42-yard pass against heavy coverage to set up the Trojans' final TD to rally for the win late in the fourth quarter. “This is something that your team needed to give you the momentum,” Loe told the Johnstown Tribune-Democrat. “I just had to grab it and I did. It was where it needed to be. I just made a basket catch.” The grab was one of four catches for 94 yards on the evening for Loe.

Shut out Westmont Hilltop 35-0 Record: 12-0 Next Game: Fri Nov 18 vs Bishop McCort
Smith was 8-18 for 131 yards and two passing scores (10, 34) in a game in which the Rams stuck to a ground attack. Ligonier Valley has racked up mercy rule victories in ten of its 12 games this year, and one of the two that were not was a forfeit win.

Lost to Archbishop Hoban 21-7 Record: 7-5 Next Game: Season Complete
The Irish put up an inspired defensive effort but were unable to muster enough offense to knock off their arch rival.

Defeated Hoover 48-27 Record: 8-2 Next Game: Sat Nov 19 vs Weir (Playoffs)
Fairmont yielded 70 plays and significant rushing yardage to the Huskies, but piled up more than 400 yards of offense of its own to advance.

Defeate Spring Mills 25-7 Record: 9-2 Next Game: Fri Nov 18 vs Hurricane (Playoffs)
Wolfley returned to unlimited action and helped the Mohigans shut down Spring Mills in the red zone. He had Morgantown's final score on a two-yard touchdown run and finished with 10 carries for 72 yards.

Defeated Huntington 31-28 Record: 7-4 Next Game: Fri Nov 18 at Spring Valley (Playoffs)
The Black Eagles rallied from 15 points down after suffering four first-half turnovers. Pitts forced a fumble that turned a Huntington scoring chance into a South Charleston touchdown, averting a potential three-score deficit.

Lost to Rochester 32-6 Record: 4-6 Next Game: Season Complete
Robinson completed a 32-yard scoring pass but had little time or chance to do anything else as Rochester overwhelmed the line of scrimmage. He manged 60 yards passing while his offense had just 28 plays.

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