Prep Wrapup: D.J. Harvey sets school receiving record in Riordan loss
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Football: Dougherty Valley 21, Riordan 13
After being held scoreless in the first half, the Riordan offense woke up, but it was too late for the Crusaders to erase a 21-0 deficit on the road against Dougherty Valley.
The Crusaders lost, but got a historic performance from wide receiver D.J. Harvey, who set a school record with 12 receptions for 205 yards. The 205 yards is the second highest single-game receiving total in school history. The previous receptions record holder was Dan Ferrigno, who caught 11 passes in the 1970 season.
Sophomore quarterback Zach Masoli also threw for 280 yards and two touchdowns on 16-of-22 passing.
Football: Stuart Hall 40, Woodside Priory 8
The Knights won the Oratum et Cor Trophy for the first time, and they did so with an exclamation point.
Stuart Hall dominated from the start, led by sophomore running back Ethan Hankins, who had 190 yards on 13 carries. Hankins scored a touchdown rushing, receiving and on a returned interception.
Junior Rodney McKinney led the defense with seven tackles, three sacks and a fumble recovery.