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He mentions the block in the highlights and you see the kid laying motionless as the camera pans out....holy crap
To die in ann arbor is redundant
Minny just isn't disciplined.
Drake HArris has caught TDs of 42 and 32 yards in the 1st half, another couple big catches too.
This post was edited by Johnny2x2x 17 months ago
Drake Harris with 4 catches for 151 yards and 2 TDs, unofficially, 3 minutes left in 3rd.
Harris now has seven receptions for 201 yards and 3 TDs. His team is winning 60-38.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Johnny2x2x 17 months ago
Drummond has had a great game so far.
5 catches for 88 yards for Drake Harris in his team's win today. He's now at 76 catches for 1557 yards on the season.Jay Harris' team was upset in the first round of the playoffs, but he had a KR TD and TD catch.
This post was edited by HillSpartan 17 months ago
I have a feeling drake will be the number 1 player in the state next year 76 catches for 1557. those are better numbers burbridge put up either his jr or senoir year!
Harris set the all time MHSAA record for receiving yards in a season by going over the 1500 yard mark today.
So, with all the great receivers to come out of the state this kid is potentially the best ever and yet 247 rates as a 94? What the hell does it take to be a 5 star? I realize you have to take into consideration competition, but still those are ridiculous numbers. Terry too, Jesus only a 90? What does it take?
Cathedral Prep KO's Warren
By TOM REISENWEBER, Erie Times-News
Prep (11-0) moves on to the District 10 Class AAA championship next week against General McLane at a site and time to be determined.
Damion Terry, who completed 17-of-24 passes for 331 yards and four touchdowns, found Troy Woodard with 7 minutes, 25 seconds left in the first quarter on a 24-yard touchdown pass.
From that point on, it was the Delton Williams show.
Williams scored on runs from the 11, 6 and 1 to give Prep a 27-0 lead midway through the second quarter. His offensive production was matched only by his earth-shattering hits on defense.
"It's cold out here, and Coach told us it would be a game where we need to work hard and play together," said Williams, a Michigan State recruit. "We have to be confident but not big-headed. It was a war out there and when I hit a guy, I started looking around for more guys to hit. When I saw a few laid out, I knew I did some good things."
Terry, another Michigan State recruit, also hit Brendan Klemensic for a 25-yard touchdown and Alex Greenawalt twice from 6 and 8 yards to help the Ramblers secure a spot in the D-10 championship game.
Terry has 41 touchdown passes this season, along with 2,780 yards. He bolstered his District 10 records to 6,447 career passing yards and 78 career touchdowns.
Terry led Prep with 38 rushing yards, while ShaQuon Thrower had 36 yards, including a 13-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter. Williams finished with 87 yards on four catches, while Greenawalt (76 yards) and Jake DeHart (68) also had four catches apiece.
"Delton made one catch that I was four feet away from and I still don't know how he made it," Mischler said. "He's a playmaker and loves to get the ball in his hands. What he does after he gets the ball is impressive and he is having a fantastic year. He is very tough to defend."
Cathedral Prep 54, Warren 12
First Downs: 16
Passing yards: 239
Total yards: 321
First Downs: 26
Passing yards: 359
Total yards: 524
Scoring by Quarter
Warren 0 0 6 6 -- 12
Cathedral Prep 14 20 13 7 -- 54
CP -- Troy Woodard 24 pass from Damion Terry (John Chereson kick)
CP -- Delton Williams 11 run (Chereson kick)
CP -- Williams 6 run (Chereson kick)
CP -- Williams 1 run (kick failed)
CP -- Brendan Klemensic 25 pass from Terry (Chereson kick)
CP -- Alex Greenawalt 6 pass from Terry (run failed)
CP -- Greenawalt 8 pass from Terry (Chereson kick)
W -- Jordan Willetts 53 pass from Austin Jerman (kick failed)
CP -- ShaQuon Thrower 13 run (Chereson kick)
W -- Willetts 14 pass from Jerman (pass failed)
W: Luke Wortman 4-84, Matt Falvo 8-26, Cody McGraw 1-12, Chris McNeal 2-7, D.J. Fehlman 1-(-10), Jerman 15-(-37)
CP: Terry 2-38, Thrower 5-36, Billy Fessler 7-35, Williams 3-18, Jake DeHart 1-18, DeAngelo Malone 1-12, Nick Dubowski 1-8
W: Jerman 14-28-1-239
CP: Terry 17-24-1-331, Fessler 2-4-2-28
W: Mark Davis 4-39, Willetts 3-107, Falvo 3-20, McGraw 2-52, Wortman 2-21
CP: Williams 4-87, Greenawalt 4-76, DeHart 4-68, Charles
Fessler 3-51, Woodard 2-32, Klemensic 1-25, William
Cathedral Prep defensive end Erik Swanson was ready for the Rambler defense to make a statement.
That statement Friday was loud and clear.
Prep collected eight sacks and allowed only two late touchdowns to rout Warren 54-12 in the District 10 Class AAA semifinals Friday in front of 1,625 fans at Veterans Stadium.
'In the Warren paper they said they were going to punch us in the mouth, so we really wanted to come out and show them that we were the more physical team,' said Swanson, who had 71/2 tackles, including two sacks. 'Our energy builds on big hits and feeds off them. It gets us going.'
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Spartan_in_PA 17 months ago
Video on Cathedral Prep game at the link. Starting about 1:05
Lots of highlights for Terry and Williams.
Good article on Drake Harris and this seems relevant...
""Coach (Tom) Izzo and coach (Mark) Dantonio have given me the leeway," Harris said. "Once I get there I'll probably start leaning toward football."
From The Detroit News: http://www.detroitnews.com/article/20121121/SPORTS05/211210349#ixzz2D4nArDGd
I'm very pleased he looks to be more focused on football seeing as he seems to have an unbelievable amount of potential at WR.
Is delton Williams a candidate to stay on the offensive side of the ball!
"losing Caleb Benenoch is a blow that Dantonio will never recover from. Izzo has lost it as well. Hoke and Beilein own the state."
at least it's on topic so I don't want to seem too harsh but...
wtf makes you think that anyone who posts here would know the answer to that?
We've got depth. We've got numbers.
I think the coaches said he could get looks at RB.
Because it's been said on the RCR that he is
oh, well then I guess that settles it
nevermind the fact that none of our coaches are allowed to comment on these guys for another 2.5 months
if rcr says it then it must be true
Reschke (sp?) for Brother Rice has been all over the field today! Has about 10 tkls 1 FR and has been in on every play. He's not the biggest kid, reminds me of an Eric Smith size, but has a nose for the ball and has a great motor.
Terry had 2 TD passes and 1 INT. Sounds like he didn't have much more than 100 yards passing, though. I guess that it snowed heavily there and the field was less than ideal. Williams had a fumble, but it sounds like he had a couple of TDs, too. They won 48-14 and ended up pounding the rival that they blew out a couple of weeks ago.
Also, coming into this game, and Williams had 48 catches for 660 yards and 9 TDs.
Cathedral Prep video at the link http://yourerie.com/fulltext-sports?nxd_id=269802
Cathedral Prep rolls to District 10 Class AAA title
By MIKE COPPER, Erie Times-News
The Cathedral Prep Ramblers won their third District 10 Class AAA football title in four seasons with Friday night's 48-14 victory over General McLane at frigid Veterans Stadium.
Delton Williams highlighted Prep's victory by scoring on offense, defense and special teams. He ran for a 2-yard touchdown in the second quarter and then scored on a 56-yard punt return and a 22-yard fumble return in a 39-second span of the third quarter.
Another bad-weather game against General McLane resulted in another big-time win for Cathedral Prep.
Three weeks after the Ramblers shut out the Lancers in a sleet storm at Linden Field, they beat them on snow-covered turf at Veterans Stadium Friday night.
Their 48-14 victory in the District 10 Class AAA final helped Prep regain the title it surrendered to Grove City 33-0 in 2011.
That loss was still alive in the minds of players like defensive lineman Joe Hampy.
This post was edited by Spartan_in_PA 17 months ago
The MHSAA single season record for receiving yards is 1,896 by DJ Mershman (Sterling Hts Stevenson) in 2009. 5 WR's have over 1500 in a season, according to the MHSAA record page, including 1587 by Matt Macksood from Lansing Catholic last year.
You really are a whiney, fat slob of "human being". Props to you though for being able to collect yourself long enough to put a post together. I know how hard this Hostess/Twinkie debacle has been on you. Still in mourning?
Edit: hope that didn't seem too harsh
This post was edited by Rogue Leader 17 months ago
What's drake Harris's official stats then? Receptions- yards- TDs?
He has around 1780 yards and 24 TDs I Think. Needs a decent game to break the record.
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