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Super 25 Roundup: Oct. 5-6

Recaps from every high school football game featuring a Super 25 team

6:36 PM, Oct. 05, 2012 EDT

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No. 1 Manatee (Bradenton, Fla.) -- 56

Braden River (Bradenton, Fla.) -- 0

Recap: The Hurricanes held host Braden River to minus-33 yards in the first quarter and blocked three punts en route to a shutout win. Manatee took a 49-0 lead into halftime.


No. 2 John Curtis (River Ridge, La.) -- 48
Carver (New Orleans) -- 14

Recap: John Curtis ran for 293 yards and six touchdowns as a team, led by Tevin Horton's 105 yards and three scores. 

Curtis scored on its first five possessions en route to its 20th straight win. 


No. 3 Byrnes (Duncan, S.C.) -- 64
Riverside (Greer, S.C.)
-- 0

Recap: It took two plays for host Byrnes to take a 7-0 lead, and the Rebels rolled to a blowout win behind another big game from quarterback Shuler Bentley. 


No. 4 Santa Margarita (Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif.) -- 21
Servite (Anaheim) -- 0

Recap: Senior running back Ryan Wolpin overcame a severe case of the flu to rush for two touchdowns, and host Santa Margarita won its first game without starting quarterback Johnny Stanton, who suffered a torn ACL in the Eagles' previous game.


No. 6 Bellevue (Wash.) -- 70
Interlake (Bellevue, Wash.) -- 7

Recap: The Wolverines tied the KingCo record for consecutive wins (32) with a resounding road win.


No. 7 De La Salle (Concord, Calif.) -- 34
Foothill (Pleasonton, Calif.) -- 17

Recap: Tiapepe Vitale rushed for 149 yards and four touchdowns to help host De La Salle hold off Foothill, which pulled to within 10 points on a Griffith Gates TD run in the fourth quarter. Foothill's 17 points were the most allowed by De La Salle this season.


No. 8 Katy (Texas) -- 70
Mayde Creek (Houston) -- 7

Recap: Katy set a school record for points scored in its win over Mayde Creek. The Tigers have scored at least 60 points three straight games. 


No. 9 Camden County (Kingsland, Ga.) -- 39
Coffee County (Douglas, Ga.) -- 12

Recap: Host Camden County improved to 6-0 with a convincing win over Coffee. J.J. Green ran for two touchdowns for Camden County. 


No. 10 Butler (Matthews, N.C.) -- 49
Ardrey Kell (Charlotte) -- 0

Recap: Visiting Butler outgained Ardrey Kell 329-29 yards in the first half and took a 35-0 lead into the break.


No. 11 Colerain (Cincinnati) -- 41
Middletown (Ohio) -- 14

Recap: Colerain had 497 yards of total offense, including 366 in the first half when all seven of its possessions either started or carried into Middletown territory.


No. 12 Vista Murrieta (Murrieta, Calif.) -- 58
Temecula Valley (Temecula, Calif.) -- 14

Recap: Quarterback Nick Stevens threw for 175 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Broncos to an easy road win. Vista Murrieta running back Keshawn Holmes made the most of his three carries, rushing for 120 yards and three touchdowns. 


No. 13 Eden Prairie (Minn.) -- 42
Minnetonka (Minn.) -- 7

Recap: Jake Woodring and Dan Fisher each scored two touchdowns in the visiting Eagles' comfortable win.


No. 14 Trinity (Louisville) -- 55
duPont Manual (Louisville) -- 27

Recap: Travis Wright threw for 259 yards and five TDs as the Shamrocks beat the host Crimsons for their 32nd straight victory. Dishan Romine rushed for 146 yards and two touchdowns for Manual.


No. 15 Goose Creek (S.C.) -- 56
Carolina Forest (Myrtle Beach, S.C.) -- 6

Recap: Host Goose Creek rolled against Carolina Forest to remain unbeaten. Rico Blanding ran for four scores. 


No. 16 Hoover (Ala.) -- 38
Bessemer City (Bessemer, Ala.) -- 7

Recap: Quarterback Connor Short ran for a touchdown and passed for another to help the host Bucs build a 28-7 lead by halftime.


No. 17 Bergen Catholic (Oradell, N.J.) -- 55
DePaul (Wayne, N.J.) -- 19

Recap: Jon Germano passed for three touchdowns for the Crusaders to become the school's all-time leader in that category.


No. 18 St. Ignatius (Cleveland) -- 49
John Adams (Cleveland) -- 0

Recap: Tim McVey rushed for 82 yards and three touchdowns and St. Ignatius returned two fumbles for touchdowns.


No. 19 Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas) -- 54
Cimarron-Memorial (Las Vegas) -- 0

Recap: Ryan Smith returned the opening kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown and had a receiving touchdown later in the game for the host Gaels, who led 51-0 at halftime.


No. 21 Carmel (Ind.) -- 28
Terre Haute North Vigo (Terre Haute, Ind.) -- 0

Recap: The visiting Greyhounds took a 7-0 lead into halftime and returned a fumble for a touchdown in the second half to cruise to the win.


No. 22 Good Counsel (Olney, Md.) -- 13
DeMatha Catholic (Hyattsville, Md.) -- 10

Recap: Kendall Fuller returned a punt for a touchdown and Leo Ekwoge ran for a touchdown to help the Falcons hold off rival DeMatha.


No. 23 La Salle (Wyndmoor, Pa.) --35
Father Judge (Philadelphia) -- 7

Recap: Chris Kane completed 15 of 20 passes for 238 yards and four touchdowns, and David Givens caught three passes for 91 yards and a TD in visiting LaSalle's blowout win.


No. 24 Ensworth (Nashville, Tenn.) -- 35
Montgomery Bell (Nashville) -- 7

Recap: Corn Elder ran for 207 yards and three touchdowns to lead host Ensworth to its eighth straight win to open the season. Montgomery Bell took an early 7-0 lead before Ensworth took over.


No. 25 Dr. Phillips (Orlando) -- 23
Boone (Orlando) -- 6

Recap: Eric Harrell rushed for 138 yards and a third-quarter touchdown that gave the Panthers a 14-6 lead. The winner of this matchup has gone on to win a district championship in each of the last nine years.



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