Commitment Stats - Week #2

Commitment Stats - Week #2

Washington's list of commits are at least a couple games into their senior seasons and several have been able to put up some big numbers. Last week, Narbonne (Harbor City, Ca.) QB Troy Williams led his team to a blowout win over a talented Long Beach (Ca.) Poly squad, although the talented signal-caller did more with his legs in his arm in the victory...

Narbonne (Harbor City, Ca.) QB Troy Williams - Narbonne blew out Long Beach Poly by a score of 56-0, their second shutout of the season and Williams, who didn't have to do much, was an efficient 11 of 16 for 149 yards and a touchdown. He also rushed for 39 yards and three more touchdowns in the win.

Season Totals: 30 of 42, 379 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT; 77 yards rushing, 4 TDs

Team Record: 2-0
Next Game: vs. Lakewood (9/14)


Rancho Verde (Moreno Valley, Ca.) WR Demorea Stringfellow The Mustangs finally got one in the win column as they rallied to beat Great Oak 28-24. At one point, Great Oak led 24-7, but Stringfellow combined with QB Sherrion Jones for two second half touchdowns – of 36 and 76 yards – to get the win. The talented wideout hauled in five receptions for 172 yards and the two touchdowns on the night.

Season Totals: 23 rec., 430 yards, 3 TD
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Team Record: 1-2
Next Game: @ Las Vegas (9/14)


Mount Si (Snoqualmie, Wa.) K Cameron Van Winkle - Van Winkle didn't get much action in Mount Si's 21-0 win over Issaquah. The senior kicker, who is tied with current Washington State kicker Adam Furney for the state career field goal record with 33 made, missed on his only attempt of the night, from 42 yards out (it was partially-blocked).

Season Totals: 3-of-4 (long of 40)

Team Record: 2-0
Next Game: vs. Juanita (9/14)


San Clemente (Ca.) OL Sean Harlow - The defense was the key in the Tritons' 42-14 man-handling of Dana Hills. Offensively, they rolled up over 400 yards behind Harlow and the rest of the line.

Team Record: 3-0
Next Game: @ La Costa Canyon (9/14)


Centennial (Peoria, Az.) DE Marcus Farria - Farria is serving a four-game suspension for breaking a team rule, so he didn't contribute to Centennial's 76-19 win over La Joya Community.

Team Record: 3-0
Next Game: @ Apollo (9/14)


Jesuit (Portland, Or.) OL Andrew Kirkland - Jesuit rolled to a 48-12 win over Union (Vancouver, Wa.) by rolling up 362 yards on the ground behind Kirkland and the rest of the Crusader offensive line.

Team Record: 2-0
Next Game: vs. Canby (9/14)


Lompoc (Ca.) RB Lavon Coleman - The Braves moved to 3-0 on the season, winning their 23rd game in a row, by rolling to a 42-3 win over Pioneer Valley. Coleman was the focus of the Panthers' defense and was only able to account for 60 yards and one touchdown in the win.

Season Totals: 445 yards, 5 TDs.

Team Record: 3-0
Next Game: @ Dos Pueblos (9/14)


Lancaster (Tx.) DE Daeshon Hall - Lancaster got to 2-0 by beating Tyler 26-21, but we are still waiting on stats for Hall.

Season Totals:

Team Record: 2-0
Next Game: @ Kimball (9/14)


Casa Grande (Petaluma, Ca.) DL Elijah Qualls - Casa Grande fell to Napa 35-14, for its first loss of the season. Qualls had 72 yards rushing and one reception for 13 yards on offense while posting 10 tackles (six solo) in a losing effort.

Season Totals: 216 yards, 3 TDs; 2 rec., 18 yards; 24 tackles (15 solo)

Team Record: 2-1
Next Game: @ Montgomery (9/21)


Ouachita Parish (Monroe, La.) LB Caleb Tucker Tucker helped lead the Lions to their second win of the season, a 21-12 win over Captain Shreve. The talented defender had a huge night posting 8.5 tackles including four tackles-for-loss.

Season Totals: 21.5 tackles, 9 tackles-for-loss, 2 sacks

Team Record: 2-0
Next Game: @ Neville (9/14)


Rancho Verde (Moreno Valley, Ca.) OL Poasi Moala -The Mustangs beat Great Oak 28-24, getting their first win of the season. Moala's play was key as they had to come back from a 24-7 deficit in the second half.

Team Record: 1-2
Next Game: @ Las Vegas (9/14)


Lynnwood (Wa.) OL/DL Andrew Basham - The Royals lost to Shorewood 14-7, but don't blame Basham who had eight tackles and two sacks in the game.

Season Totals: 13 tackles, 3 sacks

Team Record: 1-1
Next Game: vs. Mountlake Terrace (9/14)


Freedom (Oakley, Ca.) WR Darrell Daniels - Davis had four "carries" for 14 yards and hauled in four receptions for 66 yards and a touchdown, but Freedom fell to Franklin 31-21.

Season Totals: 233 yards rushing, 1 TD; 13 rec., 261 yards, 5 TDs

Team Record: 1-2
Next Game: vs. San Leandro (9/14)


Santa Margarita (Ca.) LB Connor O'Brien - O'Brien had a solid night in the Eagles' 55-0 win over Trabuco Hills last week, hauling in two receptions for 44 yards and two touchdowns, while posting two touchdowns. He also posted seven tackles (two solo) and an interception on defense.

Season Totals: 6 rec., 570 yards, 2 TDs; 21 tackles (eight solo), 2 INTs

Team Record: 3-0
Next Game: vs. Carson (9/14)


Santa Margarita (Ca.) OL Dane Crane - The Eagle offensive line was dominant in their 55-0 win over Trabuco Hills last week, paving the way for 285 yards on the ground and another 325 through the air.

Team Record: 3-0
Next Game: vs. Carson (9/14)


Tumwater (Wa.) DL Jaimie Bryant - Tumwater got a 48-26 win over Timberline this past week and were solid on both sides of the line racking up nearly 500 yards of offense and getting a couple of key turnovers vs. Timberline late that sealed the win.

Team Record: 1-1
Next Game: vs. Inglemoor (9/14)


Lakes (Lakewood, Wa.) Sammie Long - The Lancers rebounded from their loss to Woodinville in week one to get a thrilling victory over Bellarmine Prep last week and Long was a big contributor, hauling in 10 passes for 90 yards and a touchdown.

Season Totals: 18 rec., 175 yards, 1 TD

Team Record: 1-1
Next Game: @ Skyview (9/14)


Bishop O'Dowd (Oakland, Ca.) CB Kevin King - Even though O'Dowd lost to Valley Christian 42-21, King was solid on both sides of the ball, totaling three receptions for 50 yards to go along with six tackles (five solo) and three passes defensed.

Season Totals: 14 tackles (12 solo), 4 PBUs

Team Record: 2-1
Next Game: vs. Sacred Heart Cathedral (9/14)


Bellevue (Wa.) CB Sean Constantine - Bellevue manhandled a good Bothell team to the tune of 35-7, but even that score is deceiving as the Wolverines were up 35-0 at halftime and played their second and third stringers much of the second half. Bellevue does not keep stats, so no stats are available at this time.

Season Totals: n/a

Team Record: 2-0
Next Game: @ Sammamish (9/14)


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