Weekend wrap – Ross dominates again
The Charter School of Wilmington (Del.) moved to 4-0 this weekend, thanks in large part to an offensive explosion by Brandon Ross.
The Maryland-bound running back scored four touchdowns and racked up 325 all-purpose yards in the Force's 26-21 win over A.I. du Pont on Saturday.
"On the outside, I had great blocking from my receivers," Ross said. "They threw great crack blocks, and I cannot do what I did tonight without my blocking. They made it possible for me to break free."
For Point Boro, quarterback Steven Krohn threw for 220 yards, 81 of which went to University of Maryland recruit Ryan Malleck.
Jeremiah Hendy caught five passes for 31 yards, while Derek Goode caught five passes for 47 yards.
"Cole (Farrand) pretty much ripped us apart at halftime,'' said running back Matt Pepe, who ran for three second-half scores. "He told us we lose everything if we lose this game. He fired us up. And we came out and played Pope John football.''
Hopkins is on campus on his official recruiting visit. He has visited Ohio State officially and Georgetown unofficially and has trips planned to Miami (Fla.), West Virginia and Texas. He will announce his college choice on Nov. 1.