Hawkeye Recruit Roundup: Week 5

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Ray Hamilton
W Lakewood 3 - Strongsville 42 | (3-2)
After a poor 0-2 start, Strongsville has rattled off 3 straight wins including this week's rout of Lakewood. I couldn't find any of Hamilton's stats, but here's his take on the game.

Next Game: at Medina - 10/01

Austin Blythe
W Williamsburg 42 - South Tama County 6 | (5-0)
Another week, another big win for the top-ranked Williamsburg Raiders. No mentions of Blythe were found.

Next Game: vs. Benton - 10/01

Austin Vincent
W DeSoto 49 - NOAH Homeschool 18 | (4-1)
NOAH started off the game trying to catch the Eagles off guard with an onside kick. It failed and DeSoto, with excellent field position, went on to score a touchdown. From that point on, DeSoto never looked back going up 35-6 at halftime and ultimately winning 49-18. Vincent caught a pass in the endzone for a successful 2-point conversion.

Next Game: at North Mesquite - 10/07

Jake Duzey
L Rochester 35 - Athens 14 | (2-3)
The Hawks had an early 14-7 lead but then gave up 28 unanswered point to Rochester and lost. Duzey had 3 receptions for 69 yard, 5 carries for just 2 yards, threw one incomplete pass, and on defense had 5 tackles and a sack.

Next Game: at West Bloomfield - 10/01

Riley McMinn
W Taylorville 6 - Rochester 41 | (5-0)
Rochester dominated this game defensively and leveraged good field position to put up a big score and push their winning streak to 5 games. No mention of McMinn was found, but he is pictured in the linked article.

Next Game: at Springfield - 10/02

Cole Fisher
W Millard North 45 - Bellevue West 7 | (4-1)
With a fresh number 1 ranking after knocking off the previously top-ranked Millard South last week, the Mustangs cruised to their fourth straight win against Bellevue West. The Mustangs forced 4 turnovers and used a strong rushing attack to control the game. Fisher had a 28-yard pick six late in the first half that put his team up 24-0.

Next Game: vs. Benson - 09/30

Jordan Walsh
W Glenbard West 42 - Proviso West 15 | (5-0)
Glenbard West scored in a variety of ways to beat Proviso West on Friday including a fake punt rushed in for a TD, a punt return, and an interception return. No mentions of Walsh were found.

Next Game: vs. Addison Trail - 10/02

Melvin Gordon
W Bradford 63 - Horlick 9| (5-0)
Gordon turned in another big game and helped keep the top-ranked Bradford Red-Devils undefeated. Gordon ran the ball 10 times for 121 yards and 2 touchdowns. He also added two receptions for 44 yards.

Next Game: vs. Muskego - 10/01

Torrey Campbell
W Barron Collier 21 - Lehigh 14 | (3-2)
Barron Collier rallied from a 14-point deficit and scored 21 unanswered points, including 7 in overtime, to win against Lehigh. Campbell had a huge play in overtime breaking up a pass in the endzone on 4th-and-goal. You can see the play around to 40 second mark in this video.

Next Game: vs. East Lee - 10/01

Henry Krieger-Coble
W Mt. Pleasant 41 - Fort Madison 32 | (3-2)
Mt. Pleasant trailed 20-26 in the third quarter but were able to rally to a 9-point win. Krieger-Coble led the way with 4 receptions for 93 yards and two touchdowns. He also sealed the game with a fumble recovery for a TD in the fourth quarter.

Next Game: vs. Pella - 10/01

Jacob Rudock
W Cardinal Gibbons 6 - St. Thomas Aquinas 28 | (4-0)
St. Thomas Aquinas had their closest game of the year and actually needed to put the first team offense back in late in the game after they had sat with a 21-point led. The Raiders still won comfortably though. Rudock was 10 of 16 passing for 167 yards and a touchdown. He also ran in a score from 6 yards out.

John Raymon
L Council Rock North 8 - William Tennent 27 | (0-4)
Council Rock North failed to get anything going offensively until the very end of the game. They turned the ball over 4 times and lost their fourth straight game. I couldn't find anything that said if Raymon played or not. He sat out last week with a foot injury.

Next Game: vs. Abington - 10/01

Mike Orloff and Marcus Grant
W Milton 14 - Lawrence Academy 36 | (1-0)
Though most high schools are half done with their season, Lawrence Academy is just starting. They started off the right way too, with a dominating victory. Lawrence Academy jumped out to an early lead and held a 36-0 advantage in the third quarter before giving up a few late scores. Running the option, Orloff ran for 72 yards and two touchdowns. He threw the ball just 5 times completing 3 for 68 yards. Grant ran for 52 yards on 2 carries and caught a pass for 18 yards. He also ran in a 2-point conversion.

Next Game: at St. Mark's - 10/02

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