Following the future: Week 9
Monroeville (PA) Gateway (7-2) which features senior Wide Receiver Ricky Rogers was routed by fellow class AAAA WPIAL Foothills conference foe McKeesport 49-12. Gateway's regular season is over.
Morgantown (WV) High School (8-1) took care of business with a 21-7 victory over John Marshall. Offensive lineman Amanii Brown and Athlete Stone Wolfley Morgantown will take on University in a city match-up of 8-1 teams.
Baltimore (MD) Dunbar (7-1) destroyed National Academy Foundation 74-0. Quarterback William Crest engineered another successful day at the office for the Poets. The Poets will travel to Edmondson-Westside next Friday.
Elkton (MD) Eastern Christian Academy defeated Renaissance Christian this past Sunday 34-0. Senior offensive lineman Jamie Herr and the Honeybadgers will have this weekend off as they prepare for a match-up with Ohio power house St. Edwards on November 2nd.
Miami (FL) Coral Reef (5-2) and wide receiver Jacob McCrary had the week off as they prep for an undefeated South Dade on November 2nd.
Miami (FL) Booker T. Washington (8-0) defeated Norland 41-14. Wide receiver Lamar Parker was part of an offensive effort that rolled up over 500 yards of total offense. Booker T. will finish their regular season as they travel to Edison next Saturday.
Oviedo (FL) High School (5-3) snapped their three game losing streak as they defeated undefeated Winter Park 35-27. Defensive end Tyree Owens and the Lions have two games left including a trip to Timber Creek next Friday.
Miami (FL) Jackson (4-4) got a big win against Monsignor Pace 38-32. Jackson junior wide receiver Jovon Durante showed why Rivals has him so highly rated with his four catches for 102 yards and two touchdowns. Jackson will try and continue their winning ways against Key West next Friday.
Niles (OH) McKinley (4-5) was defeated by Struthers 49-19. Senior offensive lineman Josh Krok and McKinley will finish up their season against East this Friday.
Avon (OH) High School (9-0) Remained undefeated in their closest contest of the year as the were able to get by Olmsted Falls 21-14. Offensive lineman Walter Rauterkus and Avon will complete their season when they travel to Bay next Friday evening.
Springfield (OH) High School (1-8) lost their 9th straight game as they fell to Northmont 42-20. Earlier in the month Springfield's opening loss to Trotwood-Madison was reversed to a win after Trotwood was forced to forfeit the game. Senior linebacker Davonte James and the Wildcats will look to get their first win on the field in their last game at Centerville on Friday