With the 2012 high school football season coming to a conclusion, ISD will be keeping you up to date with who the Notre Dame's commitments will be playing on a weekly basis and also giving you the final results of those games on Mondays.
Jamel James RB Cinco Ranch:
Cinco Ranch (8-3) will take their next step the playoffs on Saturday afternoon when they face Alief Elsik (8-3).
Alief Elsik will come into this game with a stingy defense that’s only surrendering a round 13 points per game. Cinco Ranch will counter with their high potent offense that scores on average about 34 points per game.
These two teams didn't play each other last season.
Corey Robinson WR San Antonio Christian:
The San Antonio Christian Lions (8-3) continuing playoff action this Saturday when the matchup with the undefeated Northland Christian Cougars (10-0).
San Antonio Christian is currently riding a seven-game winning streak after opening up the season with three losses in four games.
Robinson and the Lions have definitely been hard to stop on offense averaging about 40 points per game, but San Antonio Christian’s defense will definitely have their hands full also trying to stop a Cougar offense that’s putting up around 48 points per contest.
Torii Hunter, Jr. WR Prosper:
Hunter Jr. and the Eagles (9-2) will look to advance the playoffs this Saturday when they take on Carter 9-2).
Both teams seem to have a fairly good offense combined with stout defenses, so this game could go either way.
These teams didn't play each other last season
Joh Montelus OL Everett:
The Everett Crimson Tide (9-1) will play Masconomet in the first round of the playoffs in the time and date for the event will be decided tonight .
Jacob Matuska DE Bishop Hartley:
Bishop Hartley (13-0) will take on another undefeated team tonight when they face Clinton-Massie (13-0) in the Ohio State semi-final.
Hartley is been a juggernaut this year and thus far in the playoffs have rolled over every undefeated team they faced and it hasn't been close.
Clinton-Massie will definitely be no pushover seeing that they're bringing into offensive powerhouse that averages over 52 points per game in a dominating defense that surrenders five points each game.
This should be one heck of a football game and if you're in the area you might want to check it out.
These teams didn't play each other last season.
Isaac Rochell DE Eagle’s Landing Christian:
Eagle’s Landing Christian (9-1) will open up the playoffs tonight against Our Lady of Mercy (6-4).
Looking at this on paper, Rochell and his defensive teammates should stifle the Bobcats for a easy victory, but that's why they play the game because anything can happen.
My bet’s on Eagle’s Landing Christian.
Last season, Eagle’s Landing Christian crushed Our Lady of Mercy, 52-7.
Alex Anzalone LB Wyomissing:
Wyomissing (12-0) take their next step towards a state championship when they face undefeated Bermudian Springs (12-0) tonight.
On paper these two teams appear to be mirror images of each other and this should be an entertaining game.
Last season in the playoffs, Wyomissing beat Bermudian Springs, 34-7.
Jaylon Smith LB Bishop Luers:
The Knights (10-4) will be going for their fourth straight state championship tonight when they face undefeated juggernaut tonight Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter (14-0).
This is definitely an interesting matchup because you can never count out Bishop Luers despite their record. The reason I say this is because they face unreal competition weekend and week out against some of the top teams in the state and out-of-state.
Cardinal Ritter has been a force to be reckoned with all season and will bring in offense that has put not over 50 points per game.
I'll be watching this game tonight.
These two teams didn't play each other last season.
Cole Luke CB Hamilton:
Hamilton (11-2) will continue to look to advance in the playoffs when they face Mountain Pointe (12-1) on Saturday.
These teams opened the season up facing each other in a contest that Mountain Pointe squeaked out 17-14.
Again, this will be another great game to be seen.
Malik Zaire QB Archbishop Alter:
Archbishop Alter (8-2-1) season came to an abrupt end in the first round of the playoffs as they were defeated by the Shawnee Braves (8-3), 42-34.
Will Fuller WR Roman Catholic:
Roman Catholic (5-4) wrapped up their season with a playoff loss to La Salle College (9-1), 42-13.
James Onwualu WR Cretin-Derham:
The Raiders finished the season (6-3) and lost in the first round of the playoffs to the Woodbury Royals (4-5), 21-14.
Mike Heuerman TE Barron Collier:
Barron Collier (7-4) lost in the opening round of the playoffs Friday night to South Fort Myers (11-1), 27-0.
Hunter Bivin OL Apollo:
Apollo (2-9) season came to an end against Bowling Green (11-0), 62-6.
Steven Elmer OL Midland:
The Chemics (11-1) season came to a end with a tough loss to powerhouse Muskegon (11-1), 49-21.
Colin McGovern OL Lincoln-Way West:
Lincoln-Way West (8-4) season came to an abrupt end against Joliet Catholic Academy (9-4), 21-20.
Mike McGlinchey OL Penn Charter:
Penn Charter (5-4) has ended the season.
Michael Deeb LB American Heritage:
American Heritage (9-2) lost in the first round of playoff action against Jackson (6-4), 39-23.
Danny Mattingly LB Mead Senior:
Mead’s (10-2) season has come to an end losing in the playoffs against Auburn (10-2), 21-7.
Doug Randolph and Greer Martini (2014) LB’s Woodberry Forest:
Woodberry Forest (7-3) wrapped up their season crushing Episcopal (3-7), 44-14.
Devin Butler CB Gonzaga:
Gonzaga (8-3) season ended with a first-round loss to DeMatha (9-2), 40-27.
Rashad Kinlaw CB Absegami:
Absegami (5-4) lost in the first round of the playoffs against Atlantic City (7-2), 34-30.
Justin Brent WR Speedway:
Speedway's (7-4) season came to an end losing to undefeated Cardinal Ritter (11-0), 49-21.