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October 28, 2013A look at how U-M commits fared last weekend
Ian Bunting: Bunting had a 25-yard catch and pancaked seven defenders for a Hinsdale Central (5-4) offense that ran away from Downers Grove North 20-14 Bunting has collected seven catches for 48 yards (6.8 yards per reception) this season The Red Devils travels to Oswego for a first-round playoff battle Nov. 2.
Juwan Bushell-Beatty: Paramus Catholic (5-2) gained just 210 total yards of offense in a disheartening 27-14 loss to St. Joseph Regional The Knights welcome Friendship Collegiate Academy Nov. 2.
Freddy Canteen: Eastern Christian Academy (7-1) had a bye week The Honey Badgers are back in action Nov. 2 against St. Edward (Ohio).
Mason Cole: East Lake (8-0) was limited to 254 yards of offense, but still blasted Pinellas Park 42-12 The Eagles are averaging 46.1 points per game East Lake's quest for perfection continues at Northeast Nov. 1.
Michael Ferns: St. Clairsville (8-1) destroyed Buckeye Local 53-3 The Red Devils' postseason run begins at home against Union Local Nov. 1.
Noah Furbush: Furbush notched eight tackles, including two for loss, for a stingy Kenton (9-0) defense during a 28-14 victory over Celina As a senior, Furbush boasts 84 tackles, 18 tackles for loss, four sacks and has recovered two fumbles The Wildcats entertain Defiance in a first-round playoff matchup Nov. 1.
Drake Harris: Grand Rapids Christian (7-2) outlasted Caledonia 13-7 Harris missed a ninth-straight game with a hamstring injury The Eagles open postseason action at home against Forest Hills Northern Nov. 2.
Lawrence Marshall: Marshall recorded a sack and forced a fumble, but Southfield (7-2) could not overcome a 17-0 halftime deficit in a 20-10 loss to Clarkston The Bluejays look for a postseason win at Birmingham Seaholm Nov. 1.
Bryan Mone: Mone was in on four tackles, including two in the backfield, for Highland (7-3) in a 17-10 triumph over Bountiful Mone has controlled the trenches with 26 tackles, including seven for loss and two sacks, in 2013 The Rams prepare for a home playoff game against Cloverleaf Nov. 1.
Brady Pallante: Barron Collier's (3-4) defense stymied Gulf Coast in a 15-3 victory The Cougars make the trek to Naples Nov. 1.
Jabrill Peppers: Peppers carried the ball 10 times for 73 yards (7.3 yards per carry) and a score, and contributed eight tackles, including one for loss, but Paramus Catholic (5-2) fell short against St. Joseph's Regional 27-14 This year, Peppers has tallied 404 rushing yards, 289 receiving yards, eight total touchdowns and has stood up 35 ball carriers, including three behind the line of scrimmage The Knights hope to end a two-game losing streak when they host Friendship Collegiate Academy Nov. 2.
Wilton Speight: Speight passed for 348 yards and three touchdowns, and added another score on the ground, and The Collegiate Academy (7-1) eased past Norfolk Academy 28-6 Speight has thrown for 1,920 yards and 23 touchdowns during his senior campaign The Cougars travel to St. Christopher's Nov. 2.
Jared Wangler: Wangler did not play due to a shoulder injury, but De La Salle (6-3) still topped Consortium College Prep 42-20 Wangler amassed 53 tackles, including two sacks, and piled up 268 receiving yards and a score on 22 receptions (12.2 yards per reception) during the regular season The Pilots travel to Macomb Dakota for a postseason clash Nov. 1.
Brandon Watson: Eastern Christian Academy (7-1) enjoyed a bye week The Honey Badgers return to the gridiron Nov. 2 against St. Edward (Ohio).
Maurice Ways: Ways caught five passes for 181 yards (36.2 yards per reception) and two touchdowns to help Country Day (6-3) secure playoff eligibility in a 35-16 win over Brighton This season, Ways has snagged 36 passes for 848 yards (23.6 yards per reception) and eight scores The Yellow Jackets look to advance in the MHSAA playoffs in a home tilt with Clawson Nov. 1.
Chase Winovich: Winovich was dominant on both sides of the ball for Thomas Jefferson (9-0) in a 35-0 victory over West Mifflin, rushing for 246 yards and four touchdowns on 27 carries (9.1 yards per carry), completing a 15-yard pass and adding seven tackles, including two for a loss Winovich has registered 64 tackles, including 13 for loss and 10 sacks, forced six fumbles and ran for 537 yards and 13 touchdowns in 2013 The Jaguars aim to start the postseason on a high note at home against Hampton.
George Campbell: Campbell reeled in a 31-yard pass and forced a fumble that East Lake (7-0) returned for a touchdown in a 42-14 manhandling of Pinellas Park This year, Campbell has 274 receiving yards and three touchdowns on 14 receptions (19.6 yards per reception) The Eagles look to remain perfect when they journey to Northeast Nov.1.
Shaun Crawford: Crawford made five tackles and picked off a pass in St. Edward's (7-1) tight 45-42 win over Archbishop Moeller The Eagles return home against Eastern Christian Academy Nov. 2.
Andrew David: David hit a 29-yard field goal, but Massillon (7-2) was nipped by St. Vincent/St. Mary 28-23 David improved to 3-of-9 (33.3 percent) on field goal attempts as a junior The Tigers square off with McKinley Nov. 2.
Damien Harris: Harris was once again unstoppable for Madison Southern (8-1) in a 49-14 conquest of Lincoln County, rushing for 217 yards and three touchdowns on 10 carries (21.7 yards per carry) Harris concluded the regular season with 2,209 rushing yards and 31 scores (245.4 yards per game) and returned an interception 58 yards for a touchdown The Eagles' playoffs begin Nov. 8.
Tyree Kinnel: Kinnel stopped eight ball carriers, including one behind the line of scrimmage, forced a fumble and broke up a pass for Wayne (8-1) in a 55-27 victory over Kettering Fairmont Kinnel has stockpiled 63 tackles, forced two fumbles and returned an interception for a touchdown as a junior The Warriors can take their first step toward a state title when Northmont invades Oct. 31.
John Runyan Jr.: St. Joseph's (6-2) fell to Archbishop Ryan 27-14 The Hawks welcome Malvern Prep Nov. 21.