The showdown between Norfolk unbeatens was everything it was billed to be. Two 7-0 teams from the Eastern District met at Powhatan Field on Saturday afternoon on a perfect day for football. The stands were packed and every fan got their money’s worth.
The season is winding down and the cream has risen to the top in the Beach District. Ocean Lakes won easily, Salem dispatched Kellam, and Bayside had no problems with Princess Anne.
There’s still time to vote for this week’s Freedom Ford Player of the Week on recruit757. Throughout the regular season, fans will select the Freedom Ford Player of the Week for the region from the nominees provided. Go to recruit757 on Facebook now to register your vote. The poll question is pinned to the top of the page.
The King’s Fork Bulldogs added some tarnish to next week’s match up between Oscar Smith and Grassfield. King’s Fork came in looking to strengthen their playoff resume, and perhaps Grassfield was looking ahead to taking on the Tigers. Either way, the upset now shakes up the complexion of the Southeastern District standings.
The impending matchup of late season undefeateds is now set. Both Franklin and Sussex Central took care of business in a big way on Friday night, propelling both programs to an 8-0 record as they prepare to face each other next Friday night at Franklin High School.
The latest stats show again that the Peninsula District schools have a propensity to run while the Southside schools run more open offenses. Two of the top three rushers are from the PD, while the rest of the pack comes from the Southside.
Congratulations to Bayside running back Taquan “Smoke” Mizzell for winning the Freedom Ford Player of the Week award. The award was presented to Smoke yesterday, and photos from the event are posted in the gallery on recruit757.com!
by Andy Hilton, recruit757 Bethel lineman Ricky Walker is a big dude. Now he’s a big dude with another big offer. Walker picked up his fourth college scholarship offer on Tuesday, and it gives him yet another good option, this time, he could be headed out of state. The Bruins are having a sensational year,…
For the second time in four years, the Oscar Smith Football Family mourns the loss of one of their own. First responders rushed to the Oscar Smith practice fields on Wednesday night to treat a JV Football player who subsequently died at Chesapeake General Hospital.
The season is rolling along and current rushing yards leader Josh Marriner has made his college commitment. After a September visit to Connecticut and a visit last weekend to Old Dominion’s Homecoming, Marriner made his choice. Where he’s headed and why might surprise you….