Weekend wrap — Moore powers Wise
Thanks in large part to Rahsaan Moore, Wise will play for the Class 4A state championship this week.
The Maryland fullback commitment rushed for 93 yards on 17 carries, setting up the Pumas' matchup against Old Mill for the title.
Moore set up the game's opening score with a 33-yard run, then scored on two short plunges as seventh-ranked Wise beat visiting Thomas Johnson, 24-8, in a Maryland 4A semifinal before 1,500 in Upper Marlboro.
Jeremiah Wilson ran for 106 yards and two touchdowns, and host Handley forced three Park View turnovers in a 33-7 victory in the Virginia AA Region II Divison 3 final on Saturday.
Later in the second quarter, Nick Crescenzo threw a 61-yard scoring pass to Ian Evans to put Hammonton up, 13-7, before the break.
Lake Taylor's Mario Rowson hauls in 57-yard pass completion early which led to a rushing touchdown early in the third quarter against Phoebus on Friday.
Jump ahead to 2:45 on the video player for highlights of Carver's defeat.
A versatile forward who played on Lithuania's junior national team, Biruta already has a relationship with Rutgers sophomore Gregory Echenique, who also played at St. Benedict under coach Dan Hurley. He was recruited by Maryland and some mid-majors, including Harvard.