Friday Night Recruit Roundup: 8

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The are 2 new recruits to follow this week (and 1 that have been forgetting...sorry Austin Gray fans), Carl Davis and Donovan Johnson. Big news this week is that Coker was injured, but should be okay. This will be something to watch though.

Marcus Coker: DeMatha 37 - St. John's 7
Marcus Coker played a limited role on Friday, but DeMatha still dominated in a win over St. John's. Coker got the ball just 11 times and ran for 61 yards, by far his lowest output of the season. Coker played just the first half after he pulled a groin muscle in the 2nd quarter. He is expected to play this upcoming Friday, so the injury must not be too bad.

Jim Poggi & Anthony Ferguson: Gilman 56 - Loyola 7
Every piece of the pie was sweet for Gilman as they rolled over Loyola. They returned the opening kickoff for a TD and didn't stop there adding another kick return TD in the 2nd quarter.

Christian Kirksey & Don Shumpert: Hazelwood East 32 – Ritenour 14
Hazelwood East's year has been split into what looks like 2 totally different teams. They lost their first 4 games and have now won 4 in a row with a 15 point victory over Pattonville. Kirksey had a team high 10 tackles and Shumpert caught an 11 yard TD in the 1st quarter that put East up for good.

Andrew Donnal: Anthony Wayne 56 - Northview 21
A week after Anthony Wayne was blanked, the team go its offense going rushing for 540 yards. Three Generals had over 100 yards running the ball in the victory.

Austin Vier: Ballard 20 -JSPC 13
Ballard rallied with 13 fourth quarter points to beat JSPC by a touchdown. Vier had a relatively poor game passing going just 6 of 15 for 65 yards. He did have his best rushing game though with 34 yards on 7 carries.

Mike Hardy: Kimberly 47 – Appleton East 6
Kimberly scored 47 points in the first half before letting up and cruising to a big win. Kimberly dominated this game stat with 20 first down compared to 3 and 363 yards compared to 78.

James Morris: Solon 42 – Regina 7
James Morris played quarterback again, and again Solon wins easily. The 35 point win game over the previously undefeated and 3rd ranked Regina. Morris ran for 3 touchdowns of 60, 46 and 33 yards and added another through the air. I actually caught part of this game on the Mediacom Connections Channel and Morris looked like a man among boys. He was bigger, faster, stronger, smarter, etc... than any other player on the field and just dominated with the ball in his hands.

Matt Hoch: Harlan 44 - Creston 0
Harlan gets another shutout and big victory moving to 8-0 on the year. Harlan limited Creston to just 78 total yards forcing the Panthers to punt 11 times.

Louis Trinca-Pasat: Lane Tech 0 – Simeon 14
Lane Tech didn't have a first down in the first half and never got the offense going getting shut out by Simeon.

Brandon Scherff: Denison 7 – MOC-Floyd Valley 3
In a sloppy game that saw no score through 3 quarters, Denison prevailed with a late touchdown. Scherff had 6 tackles on the night with 3 solo and 3 assists.

A.J. Derby: City High 47 – Waterloo West 0
City High put up a lot of points fast going up 40-0 at halftime against Waterloo West ultimately leading to a win. Derby ran 6 times for 72 yards and completed just 1 pass before sitting out the second half. Don't worry, he wasn't injured or anything...it was just a blow out.

Stephane N’goumou ?
The Milford Academy site says they should have played New Haven over the weekend, but the New Haven site says otherwise. So I'm not sure what happened. I'll check back later.

B.J. Lowery Hughes Center 6 – Shroder Paideia Academy 27
I was only able to find the final score.

Carl Davis Stevenson 42 - Romeo 7
Stevenson stayed undefeated and wrapped up a conference title against Romeo. Stevenson had 400 yard passing in the romp.

Donovan Johnson Martin 46 - Sam Houston 27
Martin racked up 520 yards of offense and outscored Sam Houston 20-3 in the second half on route to a victory.

Austin Gray Fitzgerald 12 - Lake Shore 20
I completely missed the fact I was leaving off Gray until I was reminded on a message board. This week Fitzgerald lost its 5th game and is now 3-5. Not much else, right now...sorry that was a lame re-entry into the roundup.

De’Andre Johnson Monsignor 48 – Doral Academy 0
Johnson out again. Monsignor wins easily over Doral Academy.

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