Husky Commit Recaps: Week #10

Joel Willis

A couple of Washington's 18 commitments finished their season last weekend, but most are still either in the playoffs or are making a run at post season play. Pacifica (Garden Grove, Ca.) ATH Joel Willis had a huge game last week in a win for his team as the Mariners make a late push to get to state...

Pacifica (Garden Grove, Ca.) CB Joel Willis Willis filled up the stat sheet on both sides of the fall in Pacifica's 30-8 win over Yorba Linda. On offense, the talented athlete had two carries for 50 yards and a touchdown, three receptions for 95 yards and a score and a kick return for a 77-yard touchdown and on defense he notched eight tackles from his cornerback spot.

Season totals: 77 tackles, 3 forced fumbles; 32 rec., 740 yards, 5 TD; 275 yards rushing, 3 TD; 1 punt return for a 75-yard TD; 1 kick return for a 77-yard TD.

Next Game: Thursday (11/11) at Cypress


Walnut (Ca.) DE/TE Aubrey Coleman Coleman continues to put up impressive numbers for the Mustangs and had a nice game in Walnuts 35-0 win over Northview hauling in seven receptions for 123 yards and two touchdowns – from 32 and 14 yards out – and ran for another, this one from four yards out, on offense while posting nine tackles and a forced fumble on defense.

Season Totals: 54 tackles, 3 sacks, 1 forced fumble; 61 catches, 832 yards, 4 TD; 39 carries, 186 yards, 2 TD.

Next Game: Friday (11/12) at Los Altos


Dorsey (Los Angeles) LB Matthew Lyons Dorsey rolled Fremont 48-0 last week and Lyons did his part posting 14 tackles. The Dons are now 9-0 and face off against Crenshaw for the Coliseum League title.

Season Totals: 77 tackles, 3 forced fumbles, 3 sacks, 4 INT

Next Game: Friday (11/12) vs. Crenshaw


Dorsey (Los Angeles) QB Joseph Gray Gray had a great game in Dorsey's 48-0 win over Fremont last week, going 15 of 26 for 289 yards and two touchdowns while rushing for 55 yards and one touchdown.

Season totals: 132 of 213 (61.9 %), 2,434 yards, 28 TD and 4 INT; 39 carries for 180 yards and 2 TD

Next Game: Friday (11/12) vs. Crenshaw


Archbishop Murphy (Everett, Wa.) DE Taniela Tupou ATM kept their perfect season rolling with a 49-25 win over Squalicum. Tupou was solid for the Wildcats, posting 7 tackles, 3 tackles-for-loss and a sack in the win.

Season Totals: 56 tackles, 16 tackles-for-loss, 13 sacks

Next Game: Saturday (11/13) vs. West (Chehalis, Wa.)


Skyline (Sammamish, Wa.) WR Kasen Williams Skyline's offense was held in check much of the night when they faced off against a game Central Kitsap squad, but the Spartans still managed to get a 16-14 win. Williams only managed to haul in two receptions for 28 yards, but one of those went for an 18-yard touchdown. He also added a two-point conversion as well.

Season totals: 56 receptions, 979 yards, 16 TD; 27 tackles, 2 INT; 1 TD on a punt return

Next Game: Saturday (11/12) vs. Rogers


Skyline (Sammamish, Wa.) DE/TE Connor Cree Cree was solid for the Spartan's in their cross-over game with Central Kitsap last week, posting seven tackles and three tackles-for-loss in the 16-14 win.

Season totals: 65 tackles, 4 sacks, 7 QB pressures, 9 tackle-for-loss, 3 forced fumbles; 2 rec., 33 yards, 1 TD

Next Game: Saturday (11/12) vs. Rogers


Juanita (Kirkland, Wa.) DE/TE Jarett Finau The Rebels are now 9-1 and headed to a big first-round playoff matchup with Camas after their playing game 52-28 win over Interlake last week. Finau was a contributor on both sides of the ball for Juanita with one catch for 21 yards from his tight end position and posted five tackles and one sack.

Season Totals: 43 tackles, 6 tackles-for-loss, 6.5 sacks; 10 rec., 197 yards, 4 TD; 1 blocked punt

Next Game: Saturday (11/13) at Camas


Oak Grove (San Jose, Ca.) LB Scott Lawyer Lawyer filled up the stat-sheet in the Eagles' 48-17 win over Andrew Hill last week. The talented two-way player posted five tackles, three sacks and a blocked punt on defense and had two receptions for 59 yards and a touchdown on offense.

Season Totals: 59 tackles, 7.5 sacks, 13 QB hurries; 11 rec., 157 yards, 1 TD

Next Game: Friday (11/12) at Leigh


Gahr (Cerritos, Ca.) WR Josh Perkins The Gladiators fell to 4-5 with a 28-14 loss to Warren last week. Perkins did what he could to help his team by hauling in four receptions for 75 yards and one touchdown in the loss.

Season totals: 61 rec., 950 yards, 10 TD

Next Game: Friday (11/12) vs. Paramount


Poly (Long Beach, Ca.) CB Kameron Jackson The Jackrabbits ran their record to 7-2 with an easy 54-1 win over Cabrillo. Waiting on stats.

Season totals: 34 tackles, 19 passes defensed, 5 INT

Next Game: Friday (11/12) vs. Compton


Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas) S Evan Zeger Bishop Gorman got to 9-2 with a 56-6 win over Durango last week and Zeger was a big part of why the Gaels were able to get such an easy win. The athletic playmaker had two interceptions, including one that he took back 40 yards for a touchdown, and two tackles on defense while posting three receptions for 82 yards on offense.

Season totals: 12 rec., 488 yards, 7 TD; 40 tackles, 1 forced fumble, 6 interceptions (2 returned for touchdowns); 3 punt returns for 26 yards; 5 kickoff returns for 179 yards, 1 TD

Next Game: Friday (11/11) at Shadow Ridge


Paramount (Ca.) OL/DL Maataua Brown The Pirates got blown out last week by Dominguez 52-14 to fall to 5-4 on the season. No stats were available for the game.

Season Totals: 36 tackles, 7 sacks and 4 QB hurries; 1 reception for 5 yards and 1 TD

Next Game: Friday (11/12) at Gahr


Jordan (Long Beach, Ca.) OL Siosifa Tufunga In Jordan's 52-44 win over Wilson last week, the Panthers rolled up nearly 500 yards of offense. They now sit at 5-4 and will travel to Cabrillo next week.

Next Game: Friday (11/12) at Cabrillo


Gig Harbor (Wa.) TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins Gig Harbor's season is over after they lost 28-24 to Rogers last week. Seferian-Jenkins had six receptions for 123 yards and a touchdown in his last football game as a prep.

Season Totals: 51 rec., 759 yards, 6 TD; 12 tackles, two passes defensed, including one that resulted in an interception, and 5 sacks.

Next Game: Season is over


Stanwood (Wa.) OL Dexter Charles The Spartans finished the season with two-straight wins, their final one coming last week when they beat Lynnwood 34-20.

Next Game: Season is over


Graham-Kapowsin (Graham, Wa.) WR Jamaal Jones Injured (shoulder) and will not play for the Eagles this season.


East Central (Fresno, Ca.) RB Brendon Bigelow Will miss the season after re-injuring his knee.

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