Weekend wrap — Six scores for Burns
Devin Burns saved one of his best offensive performances of the year for Carver (Ga.) High’s regular-season finale.
The Maryland quarterback commitment threw for five touchdown passes and rushed for a three-yard score in the Tigers’ 48-15 win over Northside.
Burns, who sat out the second quarter as Tiger reserves played, came back with pinpoint passing as he hit three different receivers for scores in the second half and ran for another.
The Bruins seemed to be in control when Delic blocked a punt midway through the second quarter, setting up his own 21-yard touchdown catch from Chad Keeter two plays later for a 22-12 lead with 4:09 left in the half — but as it turned out, they still had plenty of work to do.
Down 12-6 after a fumbled snap on a punt set up Wise's Rahsaan Moore for a three-yard touchdown run, C.H. Flowers embarked on a 17-play drive that began with just more than three minutes remaining in the third quarter and ended with Jaguars senior Reginald Woods scampering into the end zone with 6 1/2 minutes remaining.
After a short pass play to midfield, [Glenelg quarterback Gage] Trawick spiked the ball and then tossed a pass intended for Shane Kellaher at the goal line that was broken up by Matt Robinson as the clock expired.
Hammonton needed a big play, and after it took over on its 15, [Nick] Crescenzo hit Ian Evans for a 31-yard gain. Eight plays later, Josh Baez went 1 yard for a touchdown with 10:33 left in the game. The extra point sailed wide left, and Hammonton trailed, 23-19.
Memphis should hear something this week regarding 6-8 forward Hippolyte Tsafack, who visited Memphis last month and is deciding between the Tigers and Maryland.
• Testudo Times took a look at the Twitter page of Ashton Pankey, the St. Anthony (N.J.) power forward who visited College Park over the weekend.
“They’re losing Da’Sean Butler and they might lose Devin Ebanks so [Bob Huggins] wants me to come in and play the roles they’re playing. It sounds good,” Harris said.
Leslie had in-home visits with Kentucky, Maryland, Seton Hall, Arizona State, Georgetown, N.C. State, Georgia Tech, Florida International and Oregon.