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Penn State Commits In Action: Anthony Ivey Goes Off In First Game As A Penn State Commit

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It was another (mostly) successful weekend of playoff football for Penn State’s commits

NCAA Football: Rutgers at Penn State Matthew O’Haren-USA TODAY Sports

We will start right here in the Commonwealth where Penn State’s newest commit went off. Wide receiver Anthony Ivey, in his first game as a Penn State commit, caught 6 passes for 226 yards and 4 touchdowns. He also had a tackle on defense.

Staying in PA, quarterback Beau Pribula continued his mosnter season by leading the Central York Panthers to a 42-15 playoff victory over the Central Dauphin Rams. Central Dauphin is the best team that Central York has faced this season, and in the game Pribula went 13-for-17 for 186 yards and 3 touchdowns. Pribula also rushed for 150 yards and a pair of scores.

Offensive lineman Drew Shelton and the Downingtown West Whippets improved to 2-1 on the season with a 35-14 victory. Shelton’s blocking helped pave the way for 186 Whippet rushing yards. You can checkout his highlights below.

North Allegheny and Khalil Dinkins remained undefeated with a 21-7 victory over Seneca Valley. Dinkins, as part of a three-headed rushing attack, rushed for a touchdown in the NA victory.

The Elkhart (IN) Lions kicked off their playoff runs with a 67-33 victory. In the win, defensive end Rodney McGraw recorded 7 tackles. This included a pair of tackles for a loss. With the win, McGraw and the Lions are now 8-0 on the season.

Wide receiver Kaden Saunders and Westerville South saw their season end in the state of Ohio in a 45-36 playoff loss. Saunders hauled in 11 passes for 148 yards and 2 touchdowns in the loss. He also rushed 44 yards.

Staying in the state of Ohio, Liam Clifford caught 4 passes for 45 yards and a touchdown. This touchdown was a game winner with less than 30 seconds to go in the game. With the 10-7 win, the St. Xavier Bombers remained alive in the state playoffs.

In the state of Michigan, Cass Tech won their playoff game by forfeit. Due to this, Kalen King and Kobe King did not play this past weekend.