A matchup of two schools with UVA-bound football recruits took place at Woodberry Forest (VA) last Friday.
Woodberry Forest, which features three Virginia commits, hosted Avalon (Gaithersburg, MD), which features the Cavaliers’ lone 2018 pledge in outside linebacker Noah Taylor, at Woodberry Forest. The home standing Tigers came out on top with a 40-14 win.
Future Cavalier quarterback Lindell Stone threw for 221 yards and a touchdown while also rushing for 25 yards and two scores. Virginia athlete commit Terrell Jana, one of Stone’s favorite targets, had six catches for 101 yards including a 26-yard touchdown reception.
Defensive end John Kirven, who has also committed to the Hoos, led a Woodberry Forest defensive effort that shutout Avalon for the first three quarters.
The aforementioned Taylor hauled in a 52-yard touchdown reception for Avalon’s second and final touchdown of the game.
Woodberry Forest has won two straight to move to 3-1, while the Black Knights fell to 0-6.
Check out Stone’s highlights below (courtesy of Hudl). The TD pass to Jana comes at the 55 second mark.
Kier Helps Millbrook Rebound
Millbrook (Winchester, VA) bounced back from its first loss of the season with a 61-12 win over Rock Ridge. Running back PK Kier was at the heart of the effort, rushing 17 times for 182 yards and three scores.
Check out PK’s senior midseason highlights below (courtesy of Hudl) …
How The Rest Of UVA’s 2017 and 2018 Class Recruits Fared Last Week
– Lamont Atkins, Tailback, Lake Braddock (Burke, VA)
Centreville handed Lake Braddock (4-1) its first loss of the season, beating the Bruins in the final minute, 8-7. Atkins, who Centreville head coach Chris Haddock referred to as “the best back in the state” according to the Washington Post, rushed 15 times for 65 yards in the loss. The future Cavalier has 920 yards rushing and 13 touchdowns on the season.
– Darnell Pratt Jr., Wide Receiver, Good Counsel (Olney, MD)
Good Counsel dropped a 25-13 decision to Virginia Beach private school Bishop Sullivan.
– Tyler Fannin, Center/Offensive Guard, Mill Creek (Hoschton, GA)
Mill Creek downed North Gwinnett, 44-17, to remain perfect six games into the 2016 season.
– Chris Glaser Jr., Offensive Guard, Solon (OH)
Solon beat Mentor, 37-8, to move to 5-1.
– Ryan Nelson, Offensive Tackle, Buena Park (CA)
Buena Park was defeated by St. Francis, 28-19. The loss was the first for Buena Park, which won four straight to start the year.
– Charles Snowden, Defensive End/Outside Linebacker, St. Albans (Washington, D.C.)
The 6’7” Snowden hauled in one pass for 33 yards in a 24-6 loss at Flint Hill. It was St. Albans’ first loss of the season after three straight wins to start the year.
– Ryan Thaxton, Defensive End, St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes (Alexandria, VA)
St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes is now 3-1 after defeating Bishop Ireton, 28-26.
– Tommy Christ, Defensive Lineman, Dominion (Sterling, VA)
Dominion dealt Freedom a 20-0 shutout to improve to 4-2 on the season.
– Joey Blount, Free Safety, Landmark Christian (Fairburn, GA)
Landmark Christian cruised to a 35-6 victory over Our Lady of Mercy. Blount and company remain unbeaten at 6-0.
– Zachariah Burton, Defensive Back, William Penn (New Castle, DE)
Burton and the William Penn shutout Mount Pleasant, 33-0, to move to 3-1. WPHS has won two straight.
– Brian Delaney, Placekicker, Westfield (Chantilly, VA)
Delaney booted five extra points as Westfield (4-1) crushed Oakton, 41-3.
Bryson Speas, OT, Dudley (Greensboro, N.C.) (6-0); Mandy Alonso, NT, Gulliver Prep (Miami, FL), (2-3); Matt Gahm, LB, Highland Park (Dallas, TX) (4-1); Darrius Bratton, DB, Fork Union Military Academy (VA), (4-1); Germane Crowell Jr., DB, Carver (Winston-Salem, N.C.) (1-5)