“We’ve still got a lot of work to do,” Coach Mike Hunter said.
“Yeah I’ve seen that film countless times,” Madison Coach Justin Counts said.“It’s something we’ll think about this week, but we’re a new team and they’re a new team.” Both teams are as good as they were last year.Junior Rashaud Claggett wasn’t a quarterback before this season.He skipped playing football last year to improve his grades after lining up at wide receiver and cornerback as a freshman on junior varsity in 2015.14 Spalding on Friday with a fresh perspective following a pair of losses to No.
1 De Matha and The Hun School, New Jersey’s top-ranked team, according to Max Preps.
But De Matha has made its living with consistent midlength gains and a running game that never goes without fresh legs.
(Jonathan Newton / The Washington Post) THE SNAP COUNT: De MATHA HAS A HOST OF ATHLETES WHO MAKE THE SUBTLE PLAYS THAT KEEP THE No. The offensive firepower is no surprise, considering the Stags have a pair of four-star linemen committed to Maryland and wide receiver De Marcco Hellams, who has scholarship offers from practically the entire Southeastern Conference.
He was 9-for-9 passing for 120 yards and added 85 yards on four rushes, providing a spark Magruder hadn’t experienced in almost two years.
“Any time you’re perfect for passing and have two touchdowns throwing and two touchdowns rushing, it’s a heck of a day,” Fowle said.
Perhaps as important as blocking and tackling for the Cougars, Elliott said, is the need to remain healthy: Chesapeake is thin at running back and linebacker.