Last week 2016 Syracuse defensive back commit Scoop Bradshaw’s Plant High School (FL) team dominated Leto (FL) 41-7. This week Plant took on Florida heavyweight Armwood and was brought back down to Earth falling 21-3.
The Tampa Tribune ranks Armwood as Tampa Bay’s top team with Plant right behind them at number two. The paper called Friday’s contest, “The most anticipated high school football game of the 2015 season in the Tampa Area.”
Bradshaw and the rest of the Plant defense allowed two rushing touchdowns of over 50 yards in the game. With Friday’s loss Plant falls to 3-2 on the season.
In New Jersey, 2016 SU defensive commits Dymelle Parker and Jamal Holloway led their Camden team to a 41-6 demolition of Cumberland (NJ). Camden improved to 2-1 with the victory.
Elsewhere in the Garden State, after a monster game last Friday, 2016 SU receiver commit Sadiq Palmer did not catch a touchdown pass this week. His Red Bank Regional team still got the job done however, knocking off Ocean Township 16-6. RBR remained undefeated at 3-0 with the win.
In New York, 2016 Orange linebacker commit Taylor Riggins’ Aquinas team dominated St. Francis 48-7 on Saturday. Through four games, the Aquinas defense has allowed opponents to score more than once in a game just a single time. Aquinas moved to 4-0 after this weekend’s victory.
Finally, two 2016 Syracuse offensive line commits paved the way for their teams to earn big wins this weekend. Sam Heckel’s Madison West (WI) team knocked off Beloit Memorial 69-26 to earn their first victory of the year. Heckel’s o-line unit played a major role in West finishing with 283 rushing yards on the day.
In Massachusetts, Orange 2016 offensive line commit Cam DeGeorge’s Lynnfield team crushed Amesbury (MA) 41-0 Friday. DeGeorge and the rest of the Lynnfield offensive lineman contributed to the team’s four rushing touchdowns.
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Posted: Connor Morrissette