While it may not have been pretty, the Broncos began the 2015 season with a win, and over a Pac12 program no less! Regardless of the play, a win is a win, and while the offense had some issues, I know they will get them worked out. But enough about our current Broncos, how did our future Broncos do? Let's check them out!
Nick Crabtree, TE, Huntington Beach HS (Huntington Beach, CA)
The Oilers did not fare as well this week as they did last week, losing to San Clemente 51-21. Nick had one reception for 12 yards. The team had a total of 6 receptions, so Crabtree accounted for roughly 17% of the receptions and 27% of total receiving yards. That counts for something, right? Huntington Beach is now 1-1 on the season and faces JSerra Catholic on Friday the 11th.
Damarea Crockett, RB, Little Rock Christian Academy (Little Rock, AR)
The Warriors took it to Fountain Lake last Friday, winning 47-7, beginning the season 1-0. Crockett ended with 4 touchdowns. He finished after 3 quarters with 150 all-purpose yards, including a KR and 68 yards in the first half. His 4 touchdowns were done with 3 on the ground and one in the air. LR Christian takes on White Hall this Friday. You can rewatch the game HERE if you'd like.
Tyson Maeva, ILB, Cathedral Catholic High School (San Diego, CA)
The Dons start the season 0-2 with a close 35-33 loss to Oaks Christian. No stats could be found for Tyson. Cathedral Catholic takes on Torrey Pines Friday the 11th.
Reid Harrison-Ducros, CB, Heritage High School (Colleyville,TX)
Heritage blanked Grapevine Friday 27-0. They are now 1-1 on the year. Reid had 8 solo tackles to go along with an interception. The Panthers play Lake Highlands at home on Friday the 11th.
Desmond Williams, OLB, Centennial High School (Corona, CA)
The Huskies put the smack down on Serra Saturday, winning 52-13. They are now 2-0 on the year. I have changed Desmond's position to OLB as I incorrectly had him listed at safety last week. No stats could be found for Williams in the win, though I will update as they become available. Centennial takes on Orange Lutheran Friday the 11th.
Ezra Cleveland, DT, Bethel HS (Spanaway, WA)
Bethel beat out Kentridge Thursday 48-27 to start the season 1-0. No stats were available for this game. Bethel looks to remain undefeated next week when it plays Mt. Rainier at home.
Julian Carter, WR, Saguaro High School (Scottsdale, AZ)
The Sabercats lost to Pinnacle 20-12, moving to 1-2 on the season. Carter was granted his hardship and cleared to play, but no stats could be found. Saguaro plays Dobson on Friday the 11th, hoping to get back in the win column. You can watch the complete game HERE.
Robert Mahone, RB, Prosper High School (Prosper, TX)
Propser move to 2-0 on the season with a 29-14 win over Northwest. No stats could be found for Robert. They play Highland Park next Saturday the 12th. You can watch the complete game HERE.
Kole Bailey, OT, Twin Falls High School (Twin Falls, ID)
The Bruins took down Mountain Home 42-7 on Friday to improve to 2-0 on the season, 1-0 in conference play. No stats could be found for Kole. Twin Falls plays at Wood River Friday the 11th.
Robert Lewis, CB, Hawkins High School (Los Angeles, CA)
The Hawks secured an 18-14 win over Eagle Rock on Friday, moving to 2-0 on the season. Robert played a very disruptive game, finishing with 7 total tackles, 5 solo, with one tackle for loss, 2 passes defended, and one fumble caused. The Hawks take on St. Bernard this Friday.
Chase Hatada, DT, Rocklin High School (Rocklin, CA)
Rocklin rolled past Del Campo 54-35 on Friday, improving to 2-0. Chase did not play this week and could miss three weeks with a knee strain. Rocklin plays at Whitney on Friday the 11th.
Micah Wilson, QB, Lincoln Christian High School (Tulsa, OK)
Micah Wilson and Lincoln Christian took Davis to the woodshed on Friday night. The Bulldogs topped the Wolves 57-20. Wilson was 9 of 11 (81.8%) for 272 yards and 5 TDs. Not too shabby.LCHS takes on Holland Hall on Friday the 11th.
Derrion Grim, WR, Ronald E. McNair High School (Stockton, CA)
McNair came up short on Friday, losing to Downey 61-50. Grim, though, was named the games MVP. He finished the night with 14 catches for 225 yards and 4 TDs. That's good for 16.1 yards per catch. On the season, he has 24 catches for 463 yards and 11 TDs. Yowzers. McNair looks to bounce back this Friday against Liberty Ranch.
We've got some talent coming in for sure. The challenge at this point is holding on to players (*cough*Derrion Grim*cough*). Other than that, we'll just watch them dominate! GO BRONCOS!