Running back commit DeShawn Coleman was the star of the show yet again this weekend, as he led his Hickory (PA) team to a 35-13 playoff victory over Grove City (PA). The three-star prospect carried the ball 14 times for 190 yards and found the end zone on runs of five, 60 and 75 yards; the last of which gave the Hornets a 28-6 lead in the fourth quarter, allowing head coach Bill Brest to rest some of his players.
Coleman had 190 yards and 3 TDs on Saturday.
Next week, Hickory (PA) will take on Wilmington Area (PA) in the Class AA District 10 Championship Game.
Fullback Elijah Wellman was also impressive this past weekend, but his team did not fare quite as well. Spring Valley (WV) ended their season the same way it started – with a close loss to powerhouse Cabell Midland (WV), 28-26. Wellman, the 6th ranked fullback in the nation according to the 247Composite, fared much better than the first time around (six carries for 12 yards in a 21-13 loss), finishing with 27 carries for 133 yards and three touchdowns.
In the suburbs of Philadelphia, safety prospect Daryl Worley did his damage on both sides of the ball for William Penn Charter (PA) in a 35-7 victory. While he was involved in “a handful of tackles” on defense, the three-star prospect caught four passes for 105 yards at receiver and found his way into the end zone.
In Baltimore, stats weren’t available for newest commit, Marvin Gross, but his Dunbar (MD) team pitched their fifth straight shutout – and ninth of the season – winning their playing game, 49-0. They will face off against Brunswick (MD) in the semifinals of the state tournament this weekend.
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