Colorado Wild Sports

Posted On: 11/24/20 5:28 PM

A number of players made an impact in Week 8 as the 2020 season draws closer to an end. In many cases, it was the last opportunity for some teams and players to make their mark not only this season but in their high school careers. Let’s take a look at five under- the-radar performances from Week 8.

Ashanti Caviness, Bogota: Caviness led Bogota to its fourth straight win behind a 33-0 shutout of Emerson Boro, leading the group to a division title. Caviness ran for 276 yards and three touchdowns, including a 75-yard score. Caviness, at 6-foot-6, 210 pounds, handed Emerson Boro its first loss, and the Bucs had a nice turnaround campaign. The Bogota senior quarterback, who previously played at wide receiver, was great on option plays and draws, and he did a great job of keeping Emerson Boro off balance on defense. Caviness took advantage of his size and made some big plays on defense as well.

Rocco Bellamy, St. Joseph (Met.): The St. Joseph junior caught a 4-yard pass from Matt Stanton and had an interception in the team’s impressive 21-9 victory over Cranford this past Friday. Omari Jones ran for an 84-yard TD in the

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