There were mixed results for future Mountaineers across the prep landscape this weekend - a few big wins, a few tough losses and some games even postponed due to things in life bigger than football.
Rawlins accounted for four TDs on Friday night.
Dual-threat quarterback Chavas Rawlins was the star of the weekend, leading his Monessen (PA) team to a 48-19 victory in the first round of the playoffs. The 6-foot-4, 190-pounder was responsible for three of his team's first four scores to give the Greyhounds a comfortable lead heading into halftime. By the end of the game, he had completed 11-of-27 passes for 174 yards and a touchdown while running for three more scores.
Meanwhile, in the Mountain State, Spring Valley (WV) won big, thanks in large part to fullback commit, Elijah Wellman. It wasn't in typical fashion, however. Wellman rushed 16 times for 55 yards and ran one in for a score, but he also caught two passes for another 54 yards and even threw a 63-yard touchdown when lining up in the "wildcat" formation. Spring Valley (WV) finished with a 41-7 victory.
Over in New Jersey, commits Marcell Lazard and Al-Rasheed Benton saw their games postponed due to Hurricane Sandy. A little further up the road, however, Zaire Williams led Timber Creek (NJ) to a 19-6 win after running in two touchdowns in a hard-fought game.
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