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Cincinnati Bearcats Football Recruit Round Up Week 7


Madeira 41, Reading 0 //
Kyle Williamson continue to key to powerful Maderia offense, this time to a 41-0 route

Troy contains Butler’s power rushing game // Dayton Daily News
Marcus Foster and the Trojans defense held Vandalia Butler's powerful ground game in check in the 49-15 blowout

Moeller cruises past La Salle in battle of unbeatens //
La Salle and Moeller played the first-ever Thursday game in the history of the Greater Catholic League South. The Crusaders prevailed, 35-13, to hand the Lancers their first loss and improve to 6-0. I got my first look at Ryan Leahy as a OT and I was very impressed. I think that he has the athleticism to really stand out down the line. He will need to add a solid 20 pounds but he could be a great one.

Colerain 56 Fairfield 0 //
A very quiet night for Andre Jones. Granted, he only played a half but still

Jeremy Graves and Maple Heights had a bye week


Warren Central-Carmel notes // 247sports
Lots of talent was on the field as No. 1 faced off against No. 2 on Friday night at Lucas Oil Stadium, home of the Indianapolis Colts.

Getting a leg up Hernandez's FG sends Warriors to win // The Indianapolis Star &
Warren Central faced their toughest test of the season to date against Carmel needing a last second field goal to lift the Warriors to victory

Southport Football vs. Lawrence Central // MaxPreps
Another day another blowout for Kevin Brown and the Lawrence Central Bears


Grand Blanc football team 'fizzles out' in 9-7 loss to Pinckney //
Lester Liston turned in 12 tackles on defense and 184 yards on offense including the games only TD on a 74 yard sprint

Detroit Central @ Detroit Martin Luther King //
58 nothing for Dennis Norfleet and the Crusaders

Justin Danzy leads Southfield to a 30-13 victory over Farmington //
Leviticus Payne and the Southfield Bluejays move to 5-1 on the year. I was unsuccessful in tracking down stats for Payne


Highlands pummels Harrison County 68-0 //
Drake Bruns and his defensive mates were obviously unhappy about their performance last week. I think they made up for it.


MUS finds its footing, pounds rival Christian Brothers //The Commercial Appeal
Alex Dale and the Memphis University School Owls allowed 166 yards of total offense in a 42-3 blowot

Nate Cole and Memphis Mitchell won 36-6, but I was unable to track down statistics or an article online


Yearby puts on show, carries Central to win //
Not the greatest of nights for Errol Clarke and the Miami Central defense but the rockets picked up the win 37-34

Bennie Coney and Plant City had a bye week


Grady 26, Washington 12 // Prep Zone: High School Sports
John Law and his Grady teammates move to 5-0 on the year