HERMITAGE, Pennsylvania (WKBN) – Week four of the high school football season provided some big upsets… and some Big 22 type performances…
|Perhaps the most staggering numbers came out of Western Pennsylvania. Hickory playing at Corry high school in Erie. Hornets Junior Chuck Carr put on a show racking up 23 carries, 325 yards, and four touchdowns.
“I like to run the ball physical,” Carr said. “When I run the ball I like to come with a meaning. I like to set a tone when I run the ball. Also, I’d just say, when I do it, I just want to be the best I can be at it.”
Hickory Head Coach Bill Brest says that Carr is the complete package in the backfield.
“One of the things, he has strength where he can run between the tackles,” said Brest. “He has great vision. He has great footwork. And he has great finishing power. He’s a strong young man. He did a great job. Some of the things that he did, he made a seven yard gain into maybe a 25-yard run. He had a lot of big plays with his feet, his vision, and his extra effort.”
Several other players caught the attention of Sports Team 27 in Week Four. Lisbon quarterback Josh Liberati threw five touchdowns against East Palestine.
Dylan Garver rushed for 220 yards in Poland’s win over Howland Friday night.
And Youngstown East senior Imoni Donadelle touched the ball FOUR times against Niles last week… and he scored all FOUR times.