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Prep Football Roundup - September 8

Thursday, September 7, 2017

riversideRiverside (2-1) 28 Nuview Bridge (0-2) 22

Elijah Watters had a productive game leading Riverside to a 28-22 win against Nuview Bridge. Watters had three receptions for 98 yards with two of them going for touchdowns. Watters also had a 55 yard pass to Paul Hernandez-McIntosh for a score. On the defense, Watters was in for nine tackles. For the first time since 2005, Riverside has won two games early in the season.

CSDR 14-7-7-0 = 28
NBHS  0-8-8-6 = 22

PASSING: Elijah Watters 1-2-55-1-0, Jacob Weiss 6-11-106-2-1.

RUSHING: Desi Gonzales 4-6, Jack Hocog 1-6, Paul Hernandez-McIntosh 1-20, Elijah Watters 1-(-3), Cole Burton 1-4, Jacob Weiss 5-40.

RECEIVING: Desi Gonzales 3-17, Paul Hernandez-McIntosh 2-56 1TD, Elijah Watters 3-98 2TD.

TOTAL YARDS: CSDR 234 (Pass 161/Rush 73); NBHS 295 (Pass 60/Rush 235).

TACKLES: Desi Gonzales 10, Jack Hocog 4, Paul Hernandez-McIntosh 9, Elijah Watters 9, Fabian Castro 1, Dylan Duarte 2, Cole Burton 3, Jacob Weiss 2, Chris Marquez 1, Alexes Paredes 2, Adonis Tauvalaau 7, Elijah Andrade 1, Connley Jones 1.

INT: Jack Hocog 1-7.

Game Previews for this weekend.

marylandMSD (1-0) at Central Maryland Christian (1-0): The Orioles opened their season last week with a 97-yard kickoff return for a touchdown by star running back Brady Perry. That jump-started a 46-0 home win over Paul International last Saturday that extended their overall winning streak to 19. This week, MSD travels to Central Maryland Christian, which earned a 28-20 victory over Capital Christian Academy last week.

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Source: The Frederick News-Post

indianaTindley (3-0) at Indiana Deaf (1-2): Tindley 26, Indiana Deaf 25.

Source: Indy Star

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This week, Tindley (3-0) faces off against Indiana School for the Deaf (1-2) on Friday at 7:00 PM. Indiana School for the Deaf will need to watch out since Tindley has posted big point totals in its previous three matchups.

Tindley claimed a 38-26 victory over Gary Roosevelt last week. As for Indiana School for the Deaf, it was crushed by Knightstown 48-20 last week.

The last time they met, Indiana School for the Deaf hopped past Tindley 31-14.

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