Wide receiver Parker Washington continued his monster senior season in a 51-7 victory for the Fort Bend Travis Tigers. The Texas star had 5 receptions, 110 all purpose yards and 2 touchdown receptions for the Tigers.
In a 24-17 loss, running back Caziah Holmes ran for a pair of touchdowns for the Cocoa Tigers. He also did so in front of James Franklin.
.@RockFootball1 beats @CocoaFootball in the BBQ Bowl 24-17. @PennStateFball commit @CaziahHolmes still ran wild. @coachjfranklin enjoyed the performance but not my camera. @SpecSports360 pic.twitter.com/6KB69tU1kP— Luke Hetrick (@LHSportsTV) November 2, 2019
Defensive tackle Cole Brevard and the Carmel Greyhounds kicked off the Indiana state playoffs with a 28-14 victory. In the win Brevard had 2 tackles and a pass breakup. In New Jersey, defensive end Amin Vanover and the St. Joseph Regional Green Knights defeated St. Peter’s Prep 24-6 to end their regular season on a high note. Vanover had 3 tackles, a tackle for a loss and a pair of quarterback hurries for the Green Knight defense.
Zuriah Fisher and the Aliquippa Quips picked up a 27-7 victory over Elizabeth Forward. Fisher had a 63-yard touchdown reception in the victory. Defensive lineman Coziah Izzard, offensive lineman Golden Israel-Achumba and the DeMatha Catholic Stags were defeated by St. John’s College 24-20. In the loss, Izzard had a fumble return for a touchdown.
Quarterback Micah Bowens and the Bishop Gorman Gaels improved to 9-1 on the season with a 62-0 victory. Bowens was 4-for-6 for 69 (nice) yards, a touchdown and an interception. He also rushed for 32 yards and a score.
Michigan safety Enzo Jennings and the Oak Park Knights had their season come to an end after suffering a 12-6 playoff loss. After the loss, Jennings released his senior highlights. IT would not be a surprise to see Jennings make an early impact during his Penn State career.
In the JUCO ranks, the Lackawanna Falcons improved to 8-0 on the season with a 59-0 blowout of the New Jersey Warriors. Wide receiver Norval Black had just a single reception, but it was a 28-yard touchdown catch.
2021 tight end commit Nick Elksnis helped lead the Episcopal School Jacksonville to 48-12 victory in their regular season finale. Elksnis finished his night with 4 receptions for 84 yards.