premature congrats. One thing we can be sure of: he'll take fewer asinine penalties than Abdelkader
Friday Night Lights 2009: 10-6
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MI QB Devin Gardner
The University of Michigan-bound signal caller was impressive, throwing for 132 yards on 7-of-13 passing and running for 95 yards on 15 carries.
But - except for one dazzling fourth-quarter dash that electrified the stadium - the Wolves defense kept Gardner from putting on a one-man highlight show.
This week: Inkster (3-2) @ Muskegon Catholic Central.
|Devin Gardner 2009|
|East Kentwood||L 33-52||19||30||389||3||1||63.33||12.97||10||102||2||10.20|
|St. Edward||W 14-7|
|Highland Park||W 27-22||9||16||127||2||2||56.25||7.94||11||74||2||6.73|
|Bay City Central||W 27-20||7||13||132||1||0||53.85||10.15||15||95||1||6.33|
SC QB Conelius Jones
Last week: Spartanburg loses to Gaffney, 7-14. Jones was 18-30 passing for 184 yards and one interception. He ran 21 times for 60 yards and the Vikings' only touchdown.
This week: Spartanburg (2-4) @ Byrnes.
|Conelius Jones 2009|
MI RB Austin White
The Spartans had 222 yards rushing led by White’s 133 on 28 carries.
White also had 3 catches for 34 yards in the game.
“As long as we keep winning I don’t care how many times I carry the ball,” White said. “The team is working hard. To be around these guys is a great feeling. We’ve come such a long way since the beginning of the season. It’s exciting right now. We didn’t change a lot in the second half. People just started making plays. We’ve been focusing on making plays. I think we’re going to be the kind of team to pound it down their throats. That’s the kind of team we’re developing into.”
This week: Stevenson (4-2) @ South Lyon East.
|Austin White 2009|
|South Lyon||W 37-0||8||173||3||21.63||0||0||0||-|
TX RB Tony Drake
Last week: Skyline rocks Molina 65-0. Drake had only 1 carry, but it went for 54 yards and a touchdown.
This week: Skyline (4-0) @ Richardson.
|Tony Drake 2009|
|Plano East||W 45-19||15||167||1||11.13||0||0||0||-|
|Lake Highlands||W 42-27||19||226||2||11.89||1||6||0||6.00|
LA Slot WR Drew Dileo
Last week: Parkview Baptist loses to Dutchtown, 15-24.
Godberry’s touchdown was set up by a 32-yard punt return by Drew Dileo...
The Eagles, ranked No .3 in 3A, were led by Brandon Johnson who had 53 yards on 11 carries and Drew Dileo who had 24 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries. Dileo added 32 yards receiving on three catches.
The Dileo Statistical Notebook is almost getting robust enough for a...
Chart. Look for one next week.
This week: Parkview Baptist (4-1) v. Northeast.
MI WR Ricardo Miller
Last week: Pioneer blasts Monroe 41-6. Ricardo had 3 touchdown catches.
This week: Pioneer (5-1) v. Huron. Apparently this game is some sort of big deal.
|Ricardo Miller 2009|
|Arthur Hill||W 58-20||1||20||0||20.00|
OH WR Jerald Robinson
Last week: Canton South loses to Northwest 8-28.
Jerald Robinson had six catches for 60 yards and a touchdown.
This week: Canton South (1-5) v. West Branch.
MI WR Jeremy Jackson
Last week: Huron defeats Saline 32-20.
Gleichert directed the credit to his blockers, saying "our offensive line just played the best games of their lives. I'm going to give all credit to the O-line. They played an amazing game."
Senior wide receiver Jeremy Jackson, who caught eight passes for 132 yards and a touchdown, agreed.
"When the line blocks, everything goes well for us. They're firing off the ball real hard and on each and every play they're coming off with a purpose," he said.
"That makes the run and pass really easy."
Jackson photo by Lon Hordowell of AnnArbor.com.
This week: Huron (2-3) @ Pioneer. Apparently this game is some sort of big deal.
OH WR DJ Williamson
Last week: Harding defeats Bishop Tonnos 48-7.
This week: Harding (4-1-1) v. St. Ignatius.
OH OL Christian Pace
Last week: Avon Lake defeats Midpark 35-7.
This week: Avon Lake (3-3) v. Berea.
OH DT Terry Talbott
This week: Wayne (3-3) @ Fairmont.
PA DE Ken Wilkins
Last week: Trinity falls to Chartiers Valley 12-30.
This week: Trinity (1-4) v. Belle Vernon
PA DE Jordan Paskorz
Last week: Hampton defeats Indiana 35-20.
This week: Hampton (3-2) @ Knoch.
OH LB Antonio Kinard
Last week: Liberty defeats Champion 21-7.
This week: Liberty (4-2) v. Lakeview.
OH CB Courtney Avery
Last week: Lexington wins 47-7. Avery missed the game with his ongoing ankle injury.
This week: Lexington (3-2) @ Salado.
OH CB Terrence Talbott
This week: Wayne (3-3) @ Fairmont.
WI P Will Hagerup
Last week: Whitefish Bay defeats Grafton 32-0.
This week: Whitefish Bay (5-1) @ Homestead.
2011 OH CB Greg Brown
But the Little Giants big blow came when Foos threw a 66-yard TD strike to Greg Brown (8 catches, 121 yards) during a 74-second, second-period scoring frenzy as 3:37 remained in the first half.
This week: Ross (4-2) @ Marion Harding.
|Greg Brown 2009|
|Benedictine||W 28-21 (OT)||6||99||1||16.50|
|Findlay||L 40-43 (3OT)||8||121||1||15.13|
TX RB Stephen Hopkins
Last week: Marcus had a bye week.
This week: Marcus (3-1) v. Lewisville.
|Stephen Hopkins 2009|
|Plano West||W 35-25||28||128||3||4.57|
|Tyler Lee||W 17-7||22||118||1||5.36|
FL S Marvin Robinson
Last week: Lake Region had a bye week.
This week: Lake Region (0-4) v. Ridge Community.