Looking at future and former Spartans

The records continue to get shattered by MSU quarterback recruit Damion Terry.

The Erie Cathedral Prep senior set the District 10 record  for passing TDs by throwing for 352 yards and two scores and rushing for another in a 34-9 win.

His teammate Delton Williams, who verbally committed to MSU on Tuesday, had a 4-yard touchdown run and finished with seven catches for 63 yards.

Drake Harris – The Grand Rapids Christian junior wideout had 10 catches for 205 yards and a pair of TDs in a 38-16 win over Grand Rapids Forest Hills Central.

Jay Harris – The Downingtown East turned a short screen pass into a 70-yard touchdown. He had two catches for 82 yards in a 37-0 win over Bishop Shanahan. He has ]36 catches for 539 yards and 10 touchdowns.

R.J. Shelton – Finished with 15 carries for 80 yards, including a 36-yard TD, in Beaver Dam’s 33-10 season-ending loss to Wisconsin Lutheran. He finished his career with more than 5,000 rushing yards.

Darian Hicks – The Solon athlete had six catches for 109 yards, including 32 yard and 34-yard TD receptions, in a 29-22 loss to Twinsburg. Also had a 40 yard punt return to set up a Solon score.

Trey Kilgore – Cincinnati St. Xavier made his return from injury and had six catches for 45 yards, including  a 20-yard TD in his season debut.

Shane Jones – Cincinnati Moeller linebacker had five tackles and a fumble recovery in a 48-13 win over Indianapolis Cathedral.

Gerald Holmes – Flint Carman-Ainsworth running back had six carries for 34 yards and a TD in a 49-0 win over Flint Southwestern.

In the NFL a pair of Spartans matched up against each other last night. Keshawn Martin nearly had his first touchdown for the Texans, coming up a yard short of the end zone in the third quarter of Houston’s primetime game against the Packers. He finished with two catches for 24 yards. Jerel Worthy had three tackles for the Packers – two for loss which included a sack.

Former Spartan tight end Kellen Davis and the Chicago Bears were off but he used his time to make an impact in the community. Davis helped raise money for the family of a slain Bears fan.

Domata Peko had five tackles for the Bengals and Garrett Celek had a catch for 6 yards for the 49ers.

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8 Responses to Looking at future and former Spartans

  1. avatar The Tanner says:

    The D&D show – Damon and Delton baby !!!

    Keyshawn go off on Packers baby !!!

    Worthy go sackin baby !!!

    The Tanner brings the goods baby !!!

  2. avatar Spartan 81 says:

    Atlanta Spartan,

    Do you still think that Maxwell will have an NFL career, if so will be similar to Hoyer? Would be curious how Eddie Smith rates his mechanics and pro chances.

  3. avatar Spartan 81 says:

    The blog seems to be in suspended animation, no one wants to comment on Football, no one wants to start talking about basketball until Sunday morning in case Denard self destructs and throws five interceptions to recessitate our season.

  4. avatar Spartan 81 says:

    Joe , never suffered the single digit curse, once in July he put up a Womens Softball thread the count lingered at 7 for 24 hours, Joe threatened to intervene getting it up to 8 and than two posters chimed in .

  5. avatar Smiley7 says:

    This blog has suffered the same fate as my beloved Spartan football team. For both, their days in the sun are over. Back to mediocrity and buffoonery. We did get some national TV time last night on Monday Night Football, as we were mocked for not being able to put 11 men on the field in the final seconds of the first half of the Iowa game, in the Cmon Man segment. Pretty humbling.

  6. avatar hatrack says:

    There’s still hope for the Spartans this year. Keep playing sound defense, preferrably for 60 minutes, and begin to sustain some drives on offense.

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