• Kyle Berger, OLB, Cleveland St. Ignatius – The Wildcats (5-3) upset rival Lakewood St. Edward (6-1), emerging with a 23-17 road victory. Berger is out for the season because of a knee injury suffered Aug. 24 in a scrimmage at Canton McKinley.
• Dante Booker, OLB, and Parris Campbell, RB, Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary – The Fighting Irish remained unbeaten with a 41-0 home victory against Barberton.
Campbell closed the scoring with a 5-yard touchdown run in the third quarter. He finished the night with nine rushes for 57 yards. SVSM (8-0) dominated throughout, leading 34-0 at halftime. Booker helped the defensive effort with a team-high 10 tackles, including two sacks.
• Noah Brown, WR, Sparta (N.J.) Pope John XXIII – The Lions (6-0) had little trouble in a 52-6 blowout of host Vernon (0-5, 0-4).
Brown scored twice in the win, reaching the end zone on a 2-yard run and a 64-yard touchdown pass from Sonny Abramson. Both scores came in the first quarter. Brown caught three passes for 85 yards and scored on his only carry of the game.
• Stephen Collier, QB, Leesburg (Ga.) Lee County – The Trojans fell from the ranks of the unbeaten after a 45-14 loss at Thomasville Thomas County Central.
Lee County (6-1) committed six turnovers – four fumbles and two Collier interceptions. One of those picks was returned for a touchdown that gave the Jackets (7-1) a 10-0 lead early in the first quarter. Collier did rush for a 4-yard touchdown in the second quarter, one that narrowed his team’s deficit to 17-14, but that was as close as Lee County could get.
• Eric Glover-Williams (junior), RB, Canton McKinley – Despite trailing winless Massillon Perry 7-6 after one quarter, McKinley rallied to clinch at least a share of the Federal League title thanks to a 43-21 road win.
Glover-Williams was held out of the game because of a nagging ankle injury. Even without the junior, the Bulldogs (8-0) were able to earn at least a share of their third straight conference crown. Perry fell to 0-8.
• Jalyn Holmes, DE, Norfolk (Va.) Lake Taylor – The Titans had little trouble in a 55-8 home win over Norfolk Booker T. Washington.
Marcus Hawkins and Marcus Carter both rushed for more than 100 yards to lead Lake Taylor (5-2). Washington fell to 2-4.
• Malik Hooker, WR, New Castle, Pa. – A two-point conversion in the final minute gave New Castle a 43-42 victory at Moon Township.
Hooker caught five passes for 117 yards and two touchdowns, but the hero of the game was quarterback Julian Cox. He threw a 22-yard touchdown pass to tight end Stew Allen in the waning seconds and followed that with the game-winning two-point run.
Hooker’s scores came on receptions of 71 yards in the first quarter and 19 in the third. New Castle improved to 6-2, while Moon fell to 5-3.
• Sam Hubbard, OLB, Cincinnati Moeller, and Terry McLaurin, WR, Indianapolis Cathedral – Bragging rights went to Hubbard, as host Moeller cruised to a 35-14 win over McLaurin and Cathedral.
McLaurin did make a mark early on, taking a kickoff following a Moeller TD back 98 yards for a score. Other than that, the Crusaders (8-0) dominated. They led 24-7 at halftime and had three players rush for touchdowns in the win. Hubbard led the defense with five tackles.
Cathedral closed its regular season 4-5. The Irish open Indiana High School Athletic Association Class 5A playoff action Oct. 25 at Decatur Central (5-4).
• Lonnie Johnson, WR, Gary (Ind.) West Side – The Cougars concluded regular-season play with a 78-6 rout of host Gary Roosevelt.
Johnson returned a punt 51 yards for a touchdown and added a 26-yard receiving score in the win, one that kept Roosevelt winless at 0-9. West Side (5-4) next plays Lowell on Oct. 25 in the first round of the IHSAA Class 4A football tournament.
• Jamarco Jones, OT, Chicago De La Salle – In a battle of Chicago Catholic League White Division powers, visiting Oak Park Fenwick emerged with a 20-0 victory that gave the Friars the division title.
De La Salle (5-3, 2-1) could not get anything going offensively. Meanwhile, Fenwick (7-1, 3-0) was led by Rich Schoen, who returned a punt 65 yards for a touchdown that opened the scoring and later added a 37-yard touchdown reception to go with two interceptions.
• Marcelys Jones, OG, Cleveland Glenville – The Tarblooders had eight different players score touchdowns in a 62-0 whitewash of host Cleveland Collinwood.
Glenville improved to 7-1 (5-0 Senate League) thanks in large part to its defense, which posted its fourth shutout in five games. In league play, the Tarblooders have allowed seven points. Collinwood fell to 1-7 (1-4).
• Demetrius Knox, OG, Fort Worth (Texas) All Saints’ Episcopal – Quarterback Foster Sawyer threw four touchdown passes in a 57-24 win at Oklahoma City Casady.
The TCU commit completed 12 of 16 passes for 226 yards with an interception. The Saints (8-0) piled up 515 yards of offense in the win. Casady fell to 4-4.
• Sean Nuernberger, K, Buckner (Ky.) Oldham County – Nuernberger made a 49-yard field goal in a 47-39 loss vs. Louisville Eastern (3-4). No box score was available. The Colonels fell to 2-6.
• Curtis Samuel, WR, Brooklyn (N.Y.) Erasmus Hall – Samuel rushed for 135 yards and scored a touchdown on the first play from scrimmage, but Erasmus Hall lost a big battle, falling to Brooklyn Lincoln, 38-23.
Samuel’s score came on a 53-yard run. After that, however, the Railsplitters (7-0) took command, scoring four unanswered touchdowns. Erasmus Hall (6-1) struggled without quarterback Elijah Davis, who left the game with a leg injury in the first quarter. Samuel himself did not finish the game because of an ankle injury.
• Dylan Thompson, DE, Lombard (Ill.) Montini Catholic – The Broncos, who are ranked No. 1 in the state’s class 5A Associated Press poll, moved to 8-0 on the season with a 49-0 drubbing of Aurora Christian (5-3). No box score was available.
• Kyle Trout, OT, Lancaster, Ohio – Six different rushers helped Lancaster rush for 190 yards in a 33-21 road win at Reynoldsburg.
Quarterback Collin Young had a hand in three touchdowns, rushing for a pair and throwing for another. He completed 7 of 11 passes for 81 yards. The Golden Gales (5-3) won their third straight and dropped Reynoldsburg to 3-5.
• Damon Webb, CB, Detroit Cass Tech – The Technicians (8-0) will play for the city title thanks to a 19-0 victory vs. Detroit East English Village Prep in a Detroit Public School League semifinal.
Webb intercepted a pass in the victory. Scout’s Allen Trieu was at the game and said Webb was thrown at just three times – picking off one pass, which ended Village Prep’s first drive, and breaking up the other two.
Cass Tech will play rival Detroit King (7-0) for the DPSL crown on Oct. 25 at Ford Field. Village Prep fell to 5-3.