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Playoff season for plenty of UConn Commits

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Aug 26, 2011
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>>While there will be no bowl game for the UConn football team, many of the high school seniors who have committed to play for the Huskies have postseason games coming up this week.

Frank Battle's Belen Jesuit team will host Southridge on Saturday in the Florida 8A regional quarterfinals on Saturday. Battle did not have a catch as Belen attempted just four passes in a 20-14 win over Monsignor Pace in the regular-season finale but he does have team-high totals of 22 catches and 327 receiving yards.

Nazir Williams' Bridgeton squad will play Manasquan in the South Jersey Group 3 playoff opener. Williams, a receiver and defensive end, had 28 catches for 428 yards and two touchdowns but has made a bigger impact on the defensive side of the ball as he has three multiple-sack games including two sacks in Friday's win over Middle Township. In the last three games he has 19 tackles and five sacks giving him nine sacks this season.

In the North Jersey Section 1 Group 2 playoffs Ian Campbell's Pequannock's team hosts Elmwood Park while in the New Jersey consolation bracket, John Robinson IV and Dwight Morrow will meet Indian Hills on Friday and on Saturday Marshe Terry's Northern Burlington team faces West Windsor-Plainsboro North.

Michael Tarbutt's undefeated Canisius team squares off with St. Francis on Thursday. Tarbutt is 8 of 12 on field goals with a long of 52 and has 40 touchbacks on 57 kickoffs.

Aaron Garland, who had an 87-yard kickoff return as his Fenwick team defeated Carmel in the Illinois 7A playoffs to advance to the quarterfinals for just the fourth time in program history. Fenwick plays Libertyville on Saturday.

Connor Freeborn's Salesianum's team will play Sussex Tech on Friday in the Delaware Division I playoffs.

Tyler Davis' impressive senior season at Mepham (N.Y.) High came to an end last week with a 34-27 loss to Long Beach. Davis was 8 of 15 passing for a season-high 165 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran 36 times for 187 yards and two touchdowns. He finished the season 73 of 129 for 1,092 yards with 13 touchdown passes and six interceptions. Davis had nine TD passes and one interception in the last six games of the season. He also for 1,553 yards (averaging 7.3 yards per carry) and 22 touchdowns.<<
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