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Matt_Dorsey: ECP students doing Michigan State chant
....................NICE...........very nice.........go ECP!
Erie Cathedral Prep wins Class AAA state title
By The Associated Press
Published: Friday, December 14, 2012, 9:50 p.m.
Updated 8 minutes ago
HERSHEY — Quarterback Damion Terry threw for two touchdowns and ran for another, and Erie Cathedral Prep held off a second-half charge to beat Archbishop Wood, 24-14, on Friday night to win the PIAA Class AAA title.
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Damion Terry, Cathedral Prep take down Archbishop Wood in PIAA Class AAA championship
ANDREW P. SHAY, The Patriot-News, December 14, 2012 9:40 p.m.
All that size and determination that Archbishop Wood hauled into Hersheypark Stadium just wasn't enough.
Damion Terry threw for 317 yards and collecting touchdown passes of 59 and 60 yards as Erie Cathedral Prep turned back Archbishop Wood 24-14 Friday in the PIAA Class AAA championship.
The Ramblers (15-0) took control with 24 first-half points as Terry eventually set a Triple-A championship record with those 317 stripes.
Then Cathedral Prep (16-0) senior quarterback Damion Terry, a Michigan State recruit, took over.
The 6-4, 220-pound Terry threw for a touchdown, rushed for another and guided Prep to a 24-7 halftime cushion by throwing for 215 yards and a pair of touchdowns by intermission.
Terry's record-setting performance broke Alec Werner's mark of 239 yards during Archbishop Wood's 52-0 triumph over Bishop McDevitt in last year's finale.
In all, the Ramblers totaled 417 offensive yards. Terry added 55 rushing yards.
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This post has been edited 3 times, most recently by Spartan_in_PA 16 months ago
Does Erie Prep have any 2014 recruits of note?
TOC recruiting writer was talking about Manus-Schell alot on twitter. Only 2014 Cathedral Prep kid with a rivals page, though NR.
Felix Manus-Schell Player Profile, Stats, and recruiting information on Yahoo! Sports.
SpartansOrDie: MSU 2013 QB commit Damion Terry senior year stats: 222-333 passing, 3,599 yards, 50 touchdowns. 123 carries, 695 yards, 12 touchdowns.
6'0 180lbs...decent size for a corner. Who knows how accurate that 4.57 listed time is.
Football: Cathedral Prep 24, Wood 14
POSTED: Friday, December 14, 2012, 10:25 PM
Rick O'Brien, Inquirer Columnist
HERSHEY, Pa. - In recent weeks, Archbishop Wood's defense had been suffocating right from the get-go.
But Erie's Cathedral Prep, with quickness and solid blocking up front, gained the upper hand on the Vikings in the first 24 minutes of Friday night's PIAA Class AAA state final.
With Michigan State-bound quarterback Damion Terry leading the way, the Ramblers did all of their scoring before the break and downed the Vikings, 24-14, at HersheyPark Stadium for their first state title since 2000.
Terry, a 6-foot-4, 210-pound senior, hit on 13 of 24 passes for 317 yards and two touchdowns. He also carried 12 times for 55 yards and a score.
Soon after, Terry, who will be joined at Michigan State by teammate Delton Williams, a speedy running back and safety, found Troy Woodard wide-open along the right sideline for a 59-yard connection.
Midway through the second frame, Terry delivered a 33-yard pass to Williams that moved the ball to the Wood 10. From there, Terry's back-to-back runs of 4 and 6 yards made it 17-7.
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Damion Terry and Delton Williams help Prep move up to #17 in USA Today nat'l rankings!
Cathedral Prep's 24-14 win over Archbishop Wood has received national attention.
The Ramblers moved up to No. 17 in the USA Today Super 25 national rankings. Prep, which was ranked No. 19 last week, won its second PIAA championship with its win over Archbishop Wood on Friday in Hershey.
North Allegheny, the PIAA Class AAAA champion, moved up from 15th to 12th after routing Coatesville 63-28 in the state championship game.
There are only two Top 25 teams still playing, and both are ahead of Prep.
Damion Terry was just named Erie Times News 2012 Sportsman of the year!
In the final moments before the PIAA Class AAA championship game earlier this month in Hershey, Cathedral Prep running back Delton Williams turned an otherwise silent Ramblers locker room into his personal pep rally.
While teammates quietly prepared to face off against defending state champion Archbishop Wood, Williams, a star senior, stalked around the room, shouting to his teammates, describing what he was about to do out on the field.
Finally, Cathedral Prep coach Mike Mischler, amused but confronting his own pregame jitters, shook his head and asked, 'Delton, do you ever stop talking?'
The response came not from Williams, but from his close friend on the team, standout senior quarterback Damion Terry, who will join Williams at Michigan State next fall.
Terry NOT playing in the Chesapeake Bowl.
Cathedral Prep star quarterback Damion Terry will be unable to participate in next week's Chesapeake Bowl in Landover, Md.
Terry, a Michigan State recruit, said Thursday that a planned family vacation will prevent him from playing in the senior all-star game. He is still available to play in at least two all-star games, including the Big 33 game if he is selected.
Terry's teammate Delton Williams, another Michigan State recruit, is still set to compete for the North in the Chesapeake Bowl on Dec. 29, one day after Prep's non-region basketball game at East. Williams competes for the Ramblers' basketball team.
McDowell senior and Pitt recruit James Conner is also competing for the North, along with Temple recruit Artrel Foster (Meadville) and West Virginia recruit DeShawn Coleman (Hickory). Bishop McDevitt coach Jeff Weachter is the head coach of the North team, which includes all-stars from Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware against the South team, consisting of players from Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D.C. and West Virginia.
Thank god. Get on campus in one piece.
Edit: is the big 33 game still relevant?
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"losing Caleb Benenoch is a blow that Dantonio will never recover from. Izzo has lost it as well. Hoke and Beilein own the state."
Is he coming in early?
Brian Allen won the Illinois state championship in wrestling tonight as a Junior 47-0.
Sorry I thought it said recruits not commits. Either way lets get this kid green soon.
This post was edited by mike3fan 14 months ago
I see Michigan State as a destination, not a stop.~Mark Dantonio
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