As West Virginia's regular season ends, future Mountaineers continue to shine and compile simply absurd numbers to finish up their high school careers.
Gross has registered a ridiculous 67 sacks in two seasons.
Defensive end-linebacker Marvin Gross and his Dunbar (MD) teammates lodged yet another shutout in the State Championship game, defeating New Town (MD), 39-0. Gross was a terror again in pass defense, picking up another sack, giving him 31 for the year in only 14 games. Add that to last year's total of 36, and the three-star prospect has totaled 67 sacks in the last two seasons.
That is not a typo.
Williams ran for a one-yard touchdown just before the half to help his Timber Creek (NJ) squad defeat Shawnee (NJ), 32-22. Next week, the Chargers will face off against Kingsway (NJ) in the title game.
Lazard helped clear the path for his Bloomfield (NJ) teammates and top Union City (NJ), 20-7, on Friday night. The Bengals will play their arch rivals, Montclair (NJ), next weekend. Montclair (NJ) topped Bloomfield (NJ), 14-7, in their special Thanksgiving matchup.
DeShawn Coleman and Hickory (PA) came up short in their state quarterfinal matchup with Richland (PA), 38-12. Coleman ran the ball 10 times for 85 yards, including a 45-yard touchdown just after half. He also added on two catches for 40 yards.
The three-star prospect finishes this season with 150 carries for 1,684 yards and 28 touchdowns, pushing his career totals over 4,000 yards and 70 total touchdowns.
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