Ramon Diaz: [Morris Community HS, Morris, IL]
The 12-0 Morris Redskins continued their roll through the Div 5A playoffs with a big win over Metamora 21-7.
The Redskins domination of the Line of Scrimmage for rushing ground to a halt, as they were able to only rush for 88 yards against a tough Metamora defense. They had been averaging 243 yards a game.
The 'skin's passing game came through for 120 yards and 2 TDs.
Next up for Morris is #2 seeded Geneseo Darnall [11-1] for the right to play the winner of Joliet Cathoic [11-1] or Jacksonville [10-2]
Three of our commits have finished their seasons -
RB/DB Tyrell Sutton: [Archbishop Hoban Knights - Akron OH]
Finished his high school season with a sore back and a loss to last year's Division III winner Cleveland Benedictine.
Sutton finished the game with 267 yards on 44 carries and a 1 touchdown. He finishes the season with 3,241 yards [now 5th on the all time Ohio list] and 36 touchdowns and had an Ohio State High School record 9,438 career rushing yards. [from the Hoban Official Site]
Saturday's game was also a Ohio record 38 consecutive 100 yard games for Sutton.
After the game, the opposing coach had nothing but praise for the NU bound runner.
The next big honor that's still hanging is the title of Mr. Ohio Football, NU Signing Day, and then Graduation for Sutton, who also sports a 3.5 GPA at the Akron school.
We had to gang tackle him, that's how physical (Sutton) is,'' Benedictine coach Art Bortnick said. [in Ohio.com] ``It's no accident that he's right up there with the best backs. His legs never stop. He always leans forward. He's very powerful. He knows how to get that tough first down.
LB/RB Mike Dinard: [Padua Franciscan Bruins, Parma, OH]
His Bruins finished the year with 6 wins after an 0-2 start.
They were 3-2 in the North Coast League, and beat their arch rival - Holy Name - in the final game of the season.
LB Prince Kwateng: [Munster HS, IN]
Official Visit is scheduled for 12/10
Lost in the first round of the Indiana playoffs
Lost to Jacksonville last week - team finished 10-1 and won the Central State 8th Conference
QB Eric Peterman: [Sacred Heart Griffin Cyclones, Springfield, IL
Was his teams Player of the Week twice as a Senior - Started the 2004 season #7 on the all time career passing record list at SH-G.
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