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Ohio State recruiting: How the Dream 14 fared in H.S. football, 10/31-11/2

Parris Campbell put on the biggest show of the weekend while the rest of the Dream 14 continued to impress as the season winds down.

Dante Booker Jr doesn't mess around.
Dante Booker Jr doesn't mess around.


Stephen Collier and Lee County cruised to another victory on Friday night, defeating Northside 55-0. Collier did most of his damage on the ground, rushing for two touchdowns including a long of 44 yards. He did have one through the air as well. Stephen Collier continues to show his dual-threat ability as the season winds down. Lee County will wrap up their regular season next week before entering playoff time.

St. Vincent St. Marys capped off a perfect 10-0 record on Thursday with yet another runaway victory, this time a 33 point victory over Ursuline. Parris Campbell saw a ton of action and didn't disappoint. From a rushign standpoint, Campbell toted the rock 12 times for 130 yards and two touchdowns. The big highlight when Campbell started the second half by scampering 80 yards for a score. On defense, Dante Booker was, like most weeks, the Fighting Irish's leading tackler, with six and two of them coming behind the line of scrimmage.

With his season nearing the end, Noah Brown helped Pope John to a 34-0 win over Mount Olive. There wasn't a whole lot of action for Brown, but the score showed that they were just fine. Catching three balls for 77 yards and a touchdown, Brown's Pope John squad is 8-0 and will look to stay undefeated in the last game of the year next week. Noah also carried the ball once for 8 yards.

Malik Hooker hauled in a 40 yard touchdown pass in a losing effort to Highlands. New Castle's regular season came to a close and Hooker will look to chase a championship starting next week. New Castle finished the year at 7-3, winning two of their last three.

Indianapolis Cathedral punched their ticket to the third round of the IHSAA Football State Tournament by outlasting Zionsville 35-21. Terry McLaurin wasn't super busy has he received seven carries for 42 yards and caught three passes for 38 yards. A big game should be expected for McLaurin next week as Cathedral hosts Anderson who finished the regular season at 3-6. As long as McLaurin continues to perform, Cathedral should continue to roll.

Jalyn Holmes helped Lake Taylor blank Granby 42-0. In the first half, Holmes was able to recover a fumble in the end zone while his Titans were able to build a huge halftime lead. Like many others, Holmes' season finale is next Friday night.

Damon Webb and Cass Tech defeated Grosse Pointe South 35-0 on Saturday in the first round of the MHSAA playoffs. In the game, Webb contributed by catching a touchdown pass, but was mostly unchallenged on the defensive side of the ball. While this week was a breeze, next week could get a bit more interesting with the Technicians matching up against an undefeated Mott High School squad.


- Lonnie Johnson, like Terry McLaurin, helped West Side High School advance to the third round of the IHSAA Football State Tournament as the Cougars defeated Highland 46-27. Lonnie carried the ball six times for 18 yards and also caught 3 passes for 33 yards.

- Sam Hubbard intercepted a pass in Moeller's regular season finale as the Crusaders defeated Trinity 42-14.

- Montini Catholic and Dylan Thompson advanced to the second round of the playoffs with a 43-6 win over Morgan Park.