Every weekend in the fall, thousands of high school football teams line up and take their shot at prep glory. The Sunday morning Prep Tracker is your final stop for the names, numbers and scores that mattered to Ohio State's recruiting efforts.
DYNAMIC DUO OF CLARK AND SIBLEY STRIKES AGAIN
Archbishop Hoban lost to Cleveland Benedictine in the last game of the regular season. That could be their only loss of 2015. Friday the top-seeded Knights defeated No. 8 New Philadelphia 35-21. Todd Sibley and Danny Clark accounted for all five Hoban touchdowns. Sibley rushed for 201 yards and 3 touchdowns and Clark passed for 213 yards and 2 touchdowns.
Video of a Hoban scoring drive from WEWS NewsChannel5:
Hoban (10-1) plays No. 5 Louisville (10-1) on Friday.
TRISTAN WALLACE SCORES WINNING TOUCHDOWN AS DESOTO MAKES THE PLAYOFFS
Game details from The Dallas Morning News:
Tristan Wallace threw a 53-yard touchdown pass on Desoto's first possession and ran for the deciding 4-yard touchdown with 3:52 to play as Desoto (5-5, 4-2 8-6A) escaped with a 16-14 win over Duncanville (3-7, 1-5) Thursday night. The win means that Desoto (ranked 17th in SportsDay's area poll) will advance to the playoffs as the top seed in Division I from 8-6A. They will play 16th-ranked Coppell in bi-district at 7:30 next Friday at DeSoto.
Wallace completed fifty percent of his passes for 86 yards and a touchdown. The future Buckeye also gained 105 yards on the ground and had a rushing touchdown.
DON'T FORGET ABOUT DONNIE CORLEY
Donnie Corley is projected to commit to Michigan State, but the Buckeyes are still in the hunt for the 2016 WR/CB. Saturday, Corley and his Detroit Martin Luther King teammates defeated Wyandotte Roosevelt (MI) 42-6.
Below you will see Corley haul in an 18-yard TD reception.
King WR Donnie Corley with a 18 yd TD catch. King leads 42-6 3rd 1:08 pic.twitter.com/Mv8fHU1Xhr— Rico Beard (@RicoBeard) November 7, 2015
Donnie Corley finished the game with 98 receiving yards (24.5 ypr) and a touchdown.
Corley is also confident on the defensive side of the ball.
FBALL: Corley begging for Wyandotte to throw the ball literally asking Bears' coaches near sideline. Also posed for a picture for me.— MIPrepZone_NH (@MIPrepZone_NH) November 7, 2015
MCCALL'S RETURN NOT ENOUGH FOR PLAYOFF WIN
North Ridgeville's star player and 2016 Ohio State commit, DeMario McCall, returned to the field after sitting out two games with a hamstring injury. McCall averaged 3.9 yards per carry and gained 43 yards rushing, but it wasn't enough to overcome four team turnovers.
After the game DeMario McCall spoke with The Morning Journal:
"I tried giving my teammates all I had to get out here and do what I could do,” McCall, who missed the last two games with a hamstring injury, said. "I know my whole team gave it their all. I love every one of them."
This was North Ridgeville's second playoff game in school history.
BISHOP LUERS' AND AUSTIN MACK'S SEASON OVER
Bellmont (Decatur, IN) did what most teams could not do this season, shut down Austin Mack and limiting the four-star wide receiver to just 73 yards. Bellmont defeated Bishop Luers (Fort Wayne, IN) 21-7.
The next time Austin Mack suits up for a regular season game he will wear an Ohio State jersey.
VIDEO OF GAVIN CUPP IN ROUND 1 OHSAA ACTION
Below is video of Gavin Cupp, No. 77 in purple, playing against Arlington in the first round of the OHSAA Playoffs. Cupp and Leipsic won 35-3. Video was created by findlaypublishing:
No. 4 Leipsic will play No. 1 McComb (OH) on Friday in the semifinals of Division VII Region 24.
2016 WR TARGET BINJIMEN VICTOR PLAYS LAST PREP GAME
Binjimen Victor played his last high school football game Friday night. He went out a winner as his Coconut Creek (FL) team defeated Northeast (Oakland Park, FL) 55-0.
Last night was my last ride as a Creek Football player Beyond blessed I love my team Now let get ready for the next level— BVIC #9 (@BinjimenVictor) November 7, 2015
Victor's college choice appears to be between Florida and Ohio State.
VIDEO OF BRENDAN WHITE AND ED WARINNER
Olentangy Liberty has a couple of Ohio State ties. 2017 Ohio State commit Brendon White and sophomore LB Ed Warinner both play for Liberty. White's dad is a former Buckeye player and Warinner's dad is Off. coordinator Ed Warinner. Below you will find highlights from the talented young players in Saturday's first round playoff loss to Solon.
Brendon White and Ed Warinner say hello to Solon's quarterback.
White currently plays safety, however with his size, quickness and tackling ability linebacker is probably in his future.
Warinner will probably play linebacker at the next level, but here he shows off his great hands.
|TRISTEN WALLACE||QB||DESOTO (TX)||at DUNCANVILLE||Won 16-14||
Passing: 6/12 (.500), 86 yards, TD.
Rushing: 105 yards, 6.2 ypc, TD.
|DeMARIO McCALL||ATH||NORTH RIDGEVILLE (OH)||at PERRYSBURG||Lost 35-0||
Rushing: 43 yards, 3.9 ypc,
|KIERRE HAWKINS||ATH||MAPLE HEIGHTS (OH)||Season finished.|
|AUSTIN MACK||WR||BISHOP LUERS (FT. WAYNE, IN)||BELLMONT (DECATUR, IN)||Lost 21-7||Total Yards: 11 touches, 73 yards, Season finished.|
|JAKE HAUSMANN||TE||ARCHBISHOP MOELLER (CINCINNATI)||Season finished.|
|LUKE FARRELL||TE||PERRY (OH)||HOLY NAME (PARMA HEIGHTS, OH)||Lost 50-43||Receiving: 57 yards, 14.3 ypr, Season finished.|
|TYLER GERALD||OL||IMG ACADEMY (BRADENTON, FL)||TRIPLE A ACADEMY (DALLAS)||Lost 10-2||Gerald is out for the season with a labrum injury.|
|JACK WOHLABAUGH||OL||WALSH JESUIT (STOW, OH)||Season finished.|
|MICHAEL JORDAN||OL||PLYMOUTH (CANTON, MI)||Season finished.|
|GAVIN CUPP||OL||LEIPSIC (OH)||ARLINGTON (OH)||Won 35-3|
|JONATHON COOPER||DE||LINCOLN (GAHANNA, OH)||ST. XAVIER (CINCINNATI)||Lost 28-14||
DNP leg injury.
|NICK BOSA||DE||ST. THOMAS AQUINAS (FORT LAUDERDALE)||FLANAGAN||Won 19-14||Bosa is out for the season with a torn ACL.|
|MALIK BARROW||DT||IMG ACADEMY (BRADENTON, FL)||TRIPLE A ACADEMY (DALLAS)||Lost 10-2||Barrow is out for the season with a leg injury.|
|TUF BORLAND||LB||BOLINGBROOK (IL)||Season finished.|
|KAREEM FELDER||CB||FRANKLIN (REISTERSTOWN, MD)||at DUNDALK (BALTIMORE)||Won 37-18||Franklin defense had 9 sacks.|
|WAYNE DAVIS||CB||LAKE TAYLOR (NORFOLK, VA)||NORCOM (PORTSMOUTH, VA)||Won 40-0|
|DRUE CHRISMAN||P||LA SALLE (CINCINNATI)||BUTLER (VANDALIA, OH)||Won 52-14||7/7 XPs, 28-yard FG.|
|ANTONIO WILLIAMS||RB||NORTH STANLY (NEW LONDON, NC)||at UNION ACADEMY (MONROE, NC)||Won 14-0|
|DANNY CLARK||QB||ARCHBISHOP HOBAN (AKRON, OH)||NEW PHILADELPHIA||Won 35-21||Passing: 14/20 (.700), 213 yards, 2 TDs.|
|TODD SIBLEY||RB||ARCHBISHOP HOBAN (AKRON, OH)||NEW PHILADELPHIA||Won 35-21||Rushing: 201 yards, 5.7 ypc, 3 TDs.|
|JOSH MYERS||OL||MIAMISBURG (OH)||LIMA SENIOR||Lost 44-42 (OT)||Season finished.|
|JAKE MORETTI||OL||POMONA (ARVADA, CO)||POUDRE (FORT COLLINS, CO)||Won 44-22||341 yards of total offense.|
|JERRON CAGE||DT||WINTON WOODS (CINCINNATI)||Season finished.|
|SHAUN WADE||DB||TRINITY CHRISTIAN (JACKSONVILLE)||PINE FOREST (PENSACOLA, FL)||Won 32-22|
|MARCUS WILLIAMSON||DB||WESTERVILLE SOUTH (OH)||Season finished.|
|ISAIAH PRYOR||DB||ARCHER (LAWRENCEVILLE, GA)||BROOKWOOD (SNELLVILLE, GA)||Won 37-7||Start playoffs on Friday.|
|BLAKE HAUBEIL||K||CANISIUS (BUFFALO)||CATHEDRAL PREP (ERIE, PA)||Season finished.|
|BRENDON WHITE||S||OLENTANGY LIBERTY (OH)||at SOLON (OH)||Lost 19-9||
|CLASS||RECORD||WIN %||POINTS||AVG. SCORE|
|CLASS||RECORD||WIN %||POINTS||AVG. SCORE|
|TEAM||RECORD||RANK||DIVISION / REGION||PLAYOFFS|
|LA SALLE||9-2||No. 1||DIV 2. / REG. 6||
Plays Lima Senior (9-2) in Round 2.
|HOBAN||10-1||No. 1||DIV. 3 / REG. 7||
Defeated New Philadelphia.
Plays Louisville (10-1) in Rd. 2.
|LEIPSIC||6-5||No. 4||DIV. 7 / REG. 24||
Plays McComb (10-1) in Rd. 2.
|OLENTANGY LIBERTY||7-4||No. 10||DIV. 1 / REG. 1||Lost to Solon in Round 1.|
|GAHANNA||7-4||No. 8||DIV. 1 / REG. 2||Lost to St. Xavier (Cincinnati) in Round 1.|
|NORTH RIDGEVILLE||7-4||No. 7||DIV. 2 / REG. 4||Lost to Perrysburg in Round 1.|
|MIAMISBURG||9-2||No. 4||DIV. 2 / REG. 6||Lost to Lima Senior in OT in Round 1.|
|PERRY||8-2||No. 2||DIV. 4 / REG. 11||Lost to Holy Name in Round 1.|
|WESTERVILLE SOUTH||4-6||No. 26||DIV. 1 / REG. 1||ELIMINATED|
|CINCINNATI MOELLER||5-5||No. 21||DIV. 1 / REG. 2||ELIMINATED|
|MAPLE HEIGHTS||7-3||No. 10||DIV. 2 / REG. 3||ELIMINATED|
|WALSH JESUIT||3-7||No. 19||DIV. 2 / REG. 3||ELIMINATED|
|WINTON WOODS||5-4||No. 9||DIV. 2 / REG. 6||ELIMINATED|