Stop me if you have heard this before... Drew Allar is really damn good. Allar and the Medina (OH) Battling Bees secured 48-13 to improve to 5-0. Allar threw for 423 yards and racked up 7 total touchdowns in the victory. On the season Allar has now thrown for 1,737 yards and 17 touchdowns to go with 282 rushing yards and 5 scores. Allar continues to make a legitimate push for five-star status.
Penn State’s other quarterback commit, Beau Pribula, and the Central York Panthers had the week off.
Manheim Township wide receiver Anthony Ivey had a big night for the Blue Streaks in a 26-13 victory. Ivey hauled in 13 passes for 175 yards and a pair of touchdowns. He also had a tackle and a pass break up for the Blue Streaks.
Anthony Ivey takes it for 6! #streaks pic.twitter.com/YnpU8oxEdR— Manheim Twp Athletic (@MTSD_ATHLETICS) September 18, 2021
Another Central PA who had another big night was running back Nick Singleton. Singleton continues to show why 247Sports ranks him as the top running back in the country in the 2022 cycle. In a 49-13 victory over Harrisburg Singleton rushed for 161 yards and 3 scores while averaging 8.5 yards per carry.
Defensive tackle Zane Durant helped lead the Lake Nona (FL) Lions to a 37-0 victory to get back to 2-2 on the season. In the victory Durant had 5 tackles, 2 tackles for a loss and 2 sacks.
Staying in the state of Florida, Cam Miller and the Trinity Christian Academy Conquerors won an overtime shootout 53-50 over Clearwater Academy International. In the win Miller recorded 3 tackles and broke up a pair of passes.
Defensive back KJ Winston and the DeMatha Catholic Stags improved to 3-1 on the season with a 38-0 victory over Friendship Collegiate Academy. Winston hauled in a touchdown for the Stags in the victory.
On the JUCO front offensive lineman JB Nelson and safety Tyrece Mills helped lead the Lackawanna Falcons to a 31-21 victory over ASA College. In the victory Mills broke up a pass and recorded his second interception of the season.
Penn State’s newest commit, 2023 defensive back Lamont Payne, and the Chartiers Valley Colts fell to the South Fayette Lions 28-14. In loss Payne had 2 carries for 10 yards and racked up 25 yards in kick returns.