Last week Syracuse’s latest 2016 commit Lindsey Scott led his Zachary (LA) team to a thrilling 49-46 victory. This past weekend Scott was at it again, taking charge of a Zachary offense that put up 32 points which was enough to knock off Denham Springs (LA) 32-30.
This game came down to the final seconds. With eleven ticks left on the clock in the fourth quarter Denham Springs scored a touchdown but failed to convert on the two point conversion resulting in a Zachary victory.
Scott ran for two touchdowns in the game and threw for one more. He also converted a two-point conversion on a quarterback keeper.
In New Jersey, Syracuse 2016 defensive commits Dymel Parker and Jamal Holloway put on a show in their Camden team’s 34-13 win over Glassboro (NJ) Saturday. In the first quarter, Holloway hit the Glassboro quarterback resulting in an interception for Camden. After the pick, the Camden offense scored a touchdown and the team never looked back.
Camden is 5-1 on the season. In all of the team’s wins the opposing team has never reached the 20-point mark.
Elsewhere in the Garden State, Orange 2016 receiver Sadiq Palmer had a special night Friday. Palmer’s Red Bank Regional team knocked off rival Red Bank Catholic 24-21 for the first time since 2004.
Palmer had a two-yard touchdown run right before halftime and then killed the game off with a 20-yard run in the fourth quarter.
Finally in Georgia, Syracuse 2016 h-back commit Darius Stubbs is quietly putting together a very nice season for his Luella team. Luella fell to Dutchtown 20-14 Friday night to move to 2-5 on the year.
Despite the team’s struggles, Stubbs has accounted for 120 all-purpose yards per game for Luella. He catches passes, runs the ball and returns kicks for his team. Stubbs is versatile which means he should fit into Tim Lester’s h-back role nicely.
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Posted: Connor Morrissette