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November 3, 2013

Following the Future: Week 10

JUCO Report

Clarksdale (Miss.) Coahoma Community College (1-8) finished their season with a loss to Holmes Community College 48-21. Offensive lineman Sylvester Townes said that last weekends game was by far his best of the season. Townes is currently taking an official visit to see Texas Tech but told WVSports.com that he is very firm in his commitment to West Virginia and just wants to take some of his official visits.

Woodland Hills (Ca.) Pierce College (6-1) won a hard fought match-up against previously undefeated Santa Barbara. Offensive lineman Just Scott and the Pierce offensive line continued to shine as the Brahmas had 556 yards of total offense. Pierce will take on Antelope Valley on November 2nd.

Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College (6-3) lost last weekend in six overtimes to Butler Community College 19-16. Cornerback Jaylon Myers ended his regular season with the most interceptions in the NJCAA with eight. Hutchinson will take on Dodge City in a Region VI playoff semifinals. Dodge City defeated Hutchinson earlier this season 40-34 in overtime.

Wesson (Miss.) Copiah-Lincoln Community College (7-2) defeated Southwest Mississippi Community College 42-14 last weekend to finish up their regular season. Linebacker Edward Muldrow finished his season with 56 tackles, 4.5 sacks and an interception. Copiah-Lincoln fell a conference game short of making the MACJC playoffs.

Prep Report - 2014

Monroeville (Pa.) Gateway (8-2) won their first round playoff game against North Hills 33-21. WVU recruits Anthony Davis, Delvon Randall and Montae Nicholson caught touchdown passes from senior Jimmy Moore but it was West Virginia commit Ricky Rogers who fingertip catch for a touchdown that left the fans in awe. On the season Rogers had 31 catches for 417 yards and two touchdowns.

Springfield (Oh.) High School (1-9) lost its final game of the season 47-6 to Centerville. Senior linebacker Davonte James will be joined by some of his teammates to watch WVU take on Texas on November the 9th.

Avon (Oh.) High School (10-0) finished their season undefeated with a 34-7 victory over Bay. The playoff match-ups will be announced this Sunday so the Eagles and offensive lineman Walter Rauterkus will know who they will be taking on in the first round.

Niles (Oh.) McKinley (5-5) evened up their record for the season with a 41-32 victory over East High School. McKinley struggled in conference only going 1-4 and it cost the Red Dragons and West Virginia commit, offensive lineman Josh Krok an opportunity for a playoff spot.

Morgantown (W.Va.) High School (8-2) fell to cross town rival University 14-3 in perhaps the states most anticipated high school game of the season. This is the first win for University over Morgantown since 2007. The University defense gave Mountaineer commits 2014 offensive tackle Amanii Brown and 2015 Athlete Stone Wolfley.

Baltimore (Md.) Dunbar (7-2) and its offense struggles as they fell 14-0 to Edmondson-Westside. Both Edmondson scores came off turnovers, including an interception for return on West Virginia quarterback commit William Crest. Dunbar will finish up the season against Southwestern this coming Friday before getting ready for 2A playoffs.

Elkton (Md.) Eastern Christian Academy (7-2) lost a heart breaker to St Edwards 41-40 earlier Saturday afternoon. West Virginia commit, offensive lineman Jamie Herr and the Homey Badgers will travel to Washington DC in another difficult match-up against Friendship Collegiate Academy next Friday evening.

Oviedo (Fla.) High School (5-4) fell by just a point to Timber Creek 22-21. Oviedo and defensive end Tyree Owens have one more game against Seminole but Friday's loss knocked the Lions out of the playoff hunt.

Miami (Fla.) Coral Reef (5-4) fell to South Dade 19-3. WVU wide receiver commit Jacob McCrary had four receptions and 26 yards. Coral Reef was held to just 110 yards and rolled coverage to keep McCrary from breaking any big plays. The Barracudas will need to rebound quickly as they will be playing for their playoff lives against Hialeah next Thursday evening.

Miami (Fla.) Booker T. Washington (10-0) capped off their undefeated season with a 62-0 victory over Edison. WVU commit Lamar Parker didn't get his name in the stat book during the blowout but finished the season with 30 receptions, 550 yards and six touchdowns. Booker T will be the clear favorite going into the playoffs.

Jensen Beach (Fla.) High School (4-5) defeated Okeechobee 27-20. The newest Mountaineer commitment, linebacker Xavier Preston currently is sitting on 51 tackles, three sacks, three forced fumbles and a fumble recovery. Jensen Beach will travel Martin County for the final game of their regular season.

Miami (Fla.) Jackson (5-4) walloped Key West 50-7. No stats have been released from Fridays game but coming into the game West Virginia commit Jovon Durante had 17 receptions for 490 yards and seven touchdowns. Jackson will take on Northwestern in the final game of the regular season.

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