The “Week In Review” will be a weekly feature throughout the 2012 regular season and into the playoffs. It’s a look at how UVa’s recruits performed on the gridiron in the past week. Here is how last week played out for the Cavs’ recruits…
- Zach Bradshaw, LB/WR, Damascus (MD)
Bradshaw’s 80-yard kick-off return was the first of four straight scores for Damascus, which toppled Walter Johnson 56-27. The return gave the Hornets a 21-14 lead and they never looked back. Bradshaw also had three catches for 27 yards in the win, which puts Damascus at 6-0 heading into this week’s contest against 1-5 Rockville.
- Malcolm Cook, S/ATH, Fork Union Military Academy (VA)
Safety Malcolm Cook returned an interception 100 yards for a score as Fork Union defeated St. Christopher’s, 27-14. He added seven tackles and a forced fumble for the Blue Devils’ (6-1) defense.
- Hipolito Corporan, CB, Westside (Houston, TX)
Westside improved to 2-0 in its conference (4-2 overall) with a 38-26 win over Westbury. Westbury led 13-0 after the first quarter.
- Corwin “Turtle” Cutler, QB, Ocean Lakes (Virginia Beach, VA)
Ocean Lakes cruised to a 42-0 win over Green Run. The Dolphins, now 7-0, have a bye this week.
- Jack English DT/TE, St. Christopher’s (Richmond, VA)
As mentioned above, St. Christopher’s lost to Fork Union by 13. The Saints, now 3-3, were held scoreless in the second half.
Good Counsel took a 13-3 lead into the half of last week’s match-up against rival DeMatha and held on for a 13-10 victory. The Falcons are now 5-1.
Marshall had a quiet game, completing only 5-of-15 passes for 36 yards. He averaged 39 yards per punt in seven tries. Garner, however, had an interception and a key 4th down tackle to help preserve the win. Read the entire game write-up here. Check out video highlights and commentary from Garner here.
Levrone continues to sit out as he recovers from a broken tibia suffered in the team’s season opener.
- Tim Harris, CB, Varina (VA)
Varina destroyed an overmatched Armstrong squad, 58-6. The Blue Devils are now 4-1.
Harris finished with seven tackles and one interceptions in the win.
- Brad Henson Jr., OL, Monsignor Donovan (Toms River, N.J.)
Monsignor Donovan is now no. 1 in the B-South League after defeating Point Pleasant Boro, 28-14. The Griffins improve to 4-1 on the year.
- Keeon Johnson, WR, A.L. Brown (Kannapolis, N.C.)
A.L. Brown defeated Mount Pleasant, 49-14. The Wonders are 7-1.
Johnson has missed the last several games with a toe injury.
- Zack Jones, WR, Oscar Smith (Chesapeake, VA)
Oscar Smith dominated Hickory, 48-10, to improve to 5-1 on the year. According to the Pilot Online, Jones had missed “most” of the previous two games because of an ankle injury. He returned last week but left early, catching only one pass for five yards.
- Micah Kiser, LB, Gilman (Baltimore, MD)
Gilman (4-2) downed Archbishop Spalding, 49-2. The Greyhounds have now won four straight.
- Jack McDonald, OL, Boston College High (Boston, MA)
The Eagles were idle but return to action this Friday night against Marlborough.
- Taquan “Smoke” Mizzell, RB, Bayside (Virginia Beach, VA)
Mizzell and the rest of the Bayside offense could not be stopped as the Marlins (5-2) defeated Kellam, 62-42. Mizzell ended up with 160 yards rushing and three scores (two rushing, one receiving).
- Sadiq Olanrewaju, OL, Salisbury School (CT)
Salisbury defeated Cushing Academy, 41-27, to improve to 3-0 on the season.
- LaChaston Smith, LB, South Iredell (Statesville, N.C.)
LaChaston Smith, sidelined since the season opener with a broken fibula, returned to the gridiron this past week. South Iredell blanked Draughn, 22-0, to move to 7-1 on the season.
- Donta Wilkins, DT/OL, Potomac (Dumfries, VA)
Potomac defeated Woodbridge, 18-6, in a Cardinal District match-up. Potomac is 3-3 overall, but a perfect 2-0 in district play.
- Chris Nelson, DT, Victory Christian Academy (Lakeland, FL), Class of 2014 recruit
The Storm led previously unbeaten Lake Mary Prep, 8-7, after three quarters. VCA (1-4) couldn’t hold on, though, ultimately falling by a score of 20-8.
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