Friday Night’s Standouts

*Two quarterbacks ran for six touchdowns on Friday. Only eight players in Michigan history have scored more in a single game. Comstock Park senior Jake Brown did it while running 22 times for 171 yards in a 41-19 win at Westland John Glenn. Up in Petoskey, Cadillac junior Jalen Brooks ran 27 times for 294 yards and the six TDS (a Big North Conference record) — and left the game midway through the third quarter with cramps. Cadillac improved to 3-0, 44-14.

*In Kalamazoo  Hackett’s 42-14 defeat of Delton-Kellogg, Geovante Watson ran 15 times for 193 yards and four TDs.

*Brandon Lawrence ran for 200 yards and four TDs and Grand Rapids Northview trounced Ottawa Hills 42-0.

*Both Traverse City St. Francis touchdowns came in the fourth quarter, on fourth down, from junior Byron Bullough, a Michigan State commitment. The Gladiators beat Elk Rapids 12-7.

*Another future Spartan, Grand Rapids Christian junior Drake Harris, caught four passes for 144 yards and two TDs as the Eagles blanked previously unbeaten Kenowa Hills 43-0.

*Kalkaska took a 21-19 lead at Boyne City with under a minute to play in the game. Then Maceo Vroman returned the kickoff 95 yards for the win. Boyne is 3-0.

*Forest Hills Central senior linebacker Nick Lamica had two interceptions against East Kentwood. He returned one for a TD and also caught a TD pass as the Rangers won 45-14.

*Ty Jensen rushed for 124 yards and three TDs for Grayling, a 27-13 winner over Charlevoix.

*Kingsley’s 74 points (to Mesick’s none) were the most ever scored by the Stags.

*Watervliet piled up 505 yards of total offense, improving to 3-0 by topping Saugatuck 43-13.

*Reed City’s defense recovered five Holton fumbles in their 60-21 victory.

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