Ian Evans' Hammonton (N.J.) High team cruised to a 41-0 win over Millville on Friday night.
The Maryland defensive end commitment played an integral role in the Blue Devils’ shutout, starting with a forced fumble and recovery on Millville’s first possession.
"We swarmed to the ball," he said. "Our secondary covered every guy perfectly. Our line made the right cuts and the right slants. Everyone did a great job."
Evans had three sacks to go along with the fumble recovery.• Carver (Ga.) High trailed 7-0 in the second quarter to LaGrange on Friday night, until UM quarterback recruit Devin Burns rushed for a 25-yard touchdown on fourth-and-18. Burns’ squad then pulled away for a 27-7 win and the Georgia Region 2-AAA championship.
[Burns] finished with 105 passing yards and a touchdown plus 39 rushing yards and a score.
Smith passed for 319 yards and three touchdowns in yet another dominant outing for Wilson.
The Hawks allowed only 37 points in their first eight games, but Atholton quarterback Kalvin Seamonson threw touchdown passes of 90 and 80 yards to Matt Robinson as the Raiders took a seven-point halftime lead.
Wise got its next points in bizarre fashion when Bowie's Kevin Clayborne misplayed a Titus Till punt inside his own 5-yard line and tried to elude the onrushing Pumas by going backwards. Eventually he fumbled the ball through the back of the end zone for a safety.
• The Terps hosted a visitor from the class of 2010 this weekend.
Hippolyte Tsafack was at Maryland on an official. He could very well announce something this week.
Harris has visited Syracuse, Tennessee and Kentucky, and he's expected to see Maryland, West Virginia and Georgia Tech. Harris is expected to announce his decision on Nov.19.