The Braves opened their brand new $7.2 million stadium with a dominant 49-0 win over Timpview (Utah). The defense was lights out, allowing 113 total yards, and the offense showed a well-balanced attack. DJ Uiagalelei played just over a half throwing for 200-plus yards and three scores. George Holani, Keith Savageand Nate Jones combined for 233 yards rushing and three scores.
The three big movers in this week’s Xcellent 25 National High School Football Rankings presented by the Army National Guard were St. Louis (Honolulu), Centennial (Corona, Calif.) and De La Salle (Concord, Calif.).
• St. Louis cruised to a dominant 47-7 win over Narbonne (Harbor City, Calif.) and has outscored the opposition 116-13 through their first two games. The Crusaders moved up two spots this week to No. 10.
• Colquitt County dealt McEachern (Powder Springs, Ga.) its worst loss since 2007 with a 41-7 win in the Corky Kell Classic. Daijun Edwards finished the night with 162 yards rushing and one score.
• Warren Central beat a very good Center Grove (Greenwood, Ind.) team, 27-15. Romeir Elliott led the way on offense with 135 yards rushing and three touchdowns.
• Duncanville still hasn’t played this season, but the Panthers added two big-time players to an already talented team. Marquez Beason, a 4-star Illinois commit, and Zeriah Beason, a Top 300 player from the Class of 2020, transferred from Bishop Dunne (Dallas).
Source: Max Preps