College football locals: Oct. 19, 2012

How local players fared in college football last weekend:

DIVISION I

ACC

Dallas Crawford (South Fort Myers), Miami, x-freshman, running back, No. 25 — Crawford had one assisted tackle in the Hurricanes’ 18-14 loss to North Carolina.

Makinton Dorleant (Lely), Maryland, x-freshman, defensive back, No. 23 — Dorleant had one assisted tackle in the Terrapins’ 27-20 win over Virginia.

Nate Dortch (South Fort Myers), Miami, freshman, defensive back, No. 35 – Dortch did not play in the Hurricanes’ 18-14 loss to North Carolina.

Lukas Foreman (Naples), Maryland, x-freshman, linebacker, No. 33 — Foreman did not play in the Terrapins’ 27-20 win over Virginia.

Sammy Watkins (South Fort Myers), Clemson, sophomore, wide receiver, No. 2 — The Tigers were off.

BIG EAST

Marvin Kloss (Barron Collier), South Florida, x-sophomore, kicker, No. 27 — The Bulls were off.

BIG 12

Brodrick Jenkins (South Fort Myers), West Virginia, x-junior, defensive back, No. 23 — Jenkins had three solo tackles in the Mountaineers’ 49-14 loss to Texas Tech.

J.D. Woods (Golden Gate), West Virginia, x-senior, wide receiver, No. 81 — Woods had one reception for four yards and one kick return for four yards in the Mountaineers’ 49-14 loss to Texas Tech.

BIG TEN

Torrey Campbell (Barron Collier), Iowa, x-freshman, defensive back, No. 22 — Campbell did not play in the Hawkeyes’ 19-16 win over Michigan State.

Jeff Heuerman (Barron Collier), Ohio State, sophomore, tight end, No. 86 — Heuerman started, but did not register any stats in the Buckeyes' 52-49 win over Indiana.

Carlos Hyde (Naples), Ohio State, junior, running back, No. 34 — Hyde had 22 carries for 156 yards and a touchdown in the Buckeyes' 52-49 win over Indiana. He also caught two passes for 27 yards.

Jack Swanson (Naples), Iowa , x-senior, defensive back, No. 40 — Swanson played but did not record any stats in the Hawkeyes’ 19-16 win over Michigan State.

CONFERENCE USA

Patrick Bastien (Immokalee), UAB, x-junior, linebacker, No. 47 — Bastien had five tackles, three solo and 2 assisted, with two tackles for a loss of 10 yards in the Blazers’ 39-17 loss to Houston.

Joseph Puopolo (Barron Collier), UCF, x-freshman, running back, No. 44 – Puopolo did not play in the Knights' 38-31 overtime win against Southern Mississippi.

Anthony Spano (Gulf Coast), Marshall, x-freshman, offensive lineman, No. 68 — The Thundering Herd were off.

Stanley Sylverain (Golden Gate), UCF, freshman, linebacker, No. 42 – Sylverain did not play in the Knights' 38-31 overtime win against Southern Mississippi.

MID-AMERICAN

Jhony Faustin (Lely), Northern Illinois, junior, defensive back, No. 28 — Faustin had one solo tackle and one fumble return in the Huskies’ 45-3 win over Buffalo.

Shaquille Hall (Palmetto Ridge), Bowling Green, x=freshman, defensive end, No. 56 — Hall had one quarterback hurry in the Falcons’ 37-12 win over Miami.

Tronic Williams (South Fort Myers), Western Michigan, x-junior, cornerback,No. 9 — Williams played but did not register any stats in the Broncos’ 30-24 loss to Ball State.

SEC

Nick Alajajian (Naples), Florida, senior, defensive lineman, No. 58 — Alajajian did not play in the Gators’ 31-17 win over Vanderbilt.

SUN BELT

Carl Elie (Immokalee), Louisiana-Monroe, x-senior, running back, No. 20 — Elie did not play in the Warhawks’ 35-14 win over Florida Atlantic.

Mohammad Farah (Estero), Florida Atlantic, freshman, offensive lineman, No. 76 — Farah did not play in the Owls’ 35-14 loss to Louisiana-Monroe.

Jack Griffin (St. John Neumann), Florida International, senior, kicker, No. 38 — Griffin made two field goals, a 45-yarder and a 51-yarder, went 3-4 on PAT kicks and averaged 63.2 yards on six kickoffs in the Panther’s 34-30 loss to Middle Tennessee.

Michael Kee (Naples), Middle Tennessee State, x-freshman, punter — Kee did not play in the Blue Raiders’ 34-30 win over Florida International.

Mitch MacClugage (Barron Collier), Florida International, x-senior, long snapper, No. 65 — MacClugage started as long snapper in the Panthers’ 34-30 loss to Middle Tennessee.

Juno Prudhomm (Naples), Middle Tennessee State, senior, safety, No. 42 — Prudhomm played but did not register any stats in the Blue Raiders’ 34-30 win over Florida International.

INDEPENDENT

Kenneth Mouton (Golden Gate), Navy, quarterback – The Midshipmen were off.

FCS (FORMERLY DIVISION I-AA)

Justin Black (Barron Collier), Northern Iowa, freshman, quarterback, No. 10 – Black did not play in the Panthers’ 34-31 loss to Southern Illinois.

Fedney Delphonse (Golden Gate), Eastern Illinois, x-freshman, defensive lineman, No. 98 — Delphonse had one assisted tackle in the Panthers’ 31-28 win over Jacksonville State.

Evan Goldszak (Barron Collier), Colgate, senior, punter, No. 24 — Goldszak had one punt for 54 yards in the Raiders’ 51-35 win over Holy Cross.

Emmanuel Edouard (Lely), Colgate, senior, running back, No. 46 – Edouard did not play in the Raiders’ 51-35 win over Holy Cross.

Darion Hall (Lely), Tennessee State, x-sophomore, running back — Hall carried once and fumbled in the Tigers' 40-28 win over Southeast Missouri State.

Peterson Janvier (Golden Gate), Morgan State, freshman, strong safety, No. 29 – Janvier had two solo tackles in the Bears’ 24-20 loss to North Carolina Central.

Sadath Jean-Pierre (Immokalee), Citadel, x-junior, defensive back, No. 1 — Jean-Pierre had nine tackles, three solo and six assisted, and two breakups in the Bulldogs’ 45-31 win over Western Carolina.

Andrew Jones (Naples), William & Mary, x-freshman, offensive lineman, No. 77 — Jones did not play in the Tribe's 27-26 loss to James Madison.

Thomas Martin (Naples), Morgan State, freshman, wide receiver, No. 10 – Martin did not play in the Bears’ 24-20 loss to North Carolina Central.

Layne McCombs (Naples), Jacksonville, x-senior, linebacker, No. 45 – McCombs had eight tackles, five solo and three assisted, with one and a half tackles for a loss of four in the Dolphins’ 34-24 win over Davidson.

Emmanuel Orange (Naples), Georgia Southern, x-freshman, cornerback, No. 25 — Orange did not play in the Eagles’ 17-9 win over Wofford.

Greg Pratt (Naples), Liberty, x-junior, wide receiver, No. 15 — Pratt played but did not record any stats in the Flames’ 56-7 win over Presbyterian College.

Luke Smith (South Fort Myers), Jacksonville State, freshman, tight end, No. 80 – Smith played but did not record any stats in the Gamecocks’ 31-28 loss to Jacksonville State.

DIVISION II

George Davila (Naples), Charleston, senior, offensive lineman, No. 70 – The Golden Eagles beat UNC-Pembroke, 42-30.

Isaac Dutes (Naples), Delta State (Miss.), freshman, running back – Dutes did not play in the Statesmen’s 33-24 win over West Georgia.

Will Garcia (Golden Gate), American International, x-sophomore, linebacker, No. 42 – Garcia had eight tackles, three solo and five assisted in the Yellow Jackets’ 34-7 win over Southern Connecticut State.

Cole Gordon (Naples), Lake Erie (Ohio) College, x-sophomore, tight end, No. 81 – Gordon had one reception for 10 yards in the Storm’s 35-24 win over Malone.

Richard Guarascio (Naples), University of Sioux Falls (S.D.), freshman, offensive lineman – Guarascio did not play in the Cougars' 31-23 win over Concordia-St. Paul.

Antwain Harvey (Naples), Delta State (Miss.), junior, defensive back, No. 23 – Harvey did not play in the Statesmen’s 33-24 win over West Georgia.

Nick Johns (Naples), Charleston, freshman, defensive lineman, No. 94 – Johns did not play in the Golden Eagles’ 42-30 win over University of North Carolina–Pembroke.

Tony Leggett (Palmetto Ridge), Upper Iowa, senior, linebacker, No. 36 – Leggett had three tackles, two solo and one assisted, and one forced fumble in the Peacocks’ 66-20 loss to Augustana.

Virginior Loiseau (South Fort Myers), Virginia State, junior, defensive back, No. 20 -- Loiseau had three solo tackles, one tackle being for a loss of four yards in the Trojans’ 26-20 win over Bowie State.

Danilo Morales (Naples), Charleston, freshman, offensive lineman, No. 72 – Morales did not play in the Golden Eagles’ 42-30 win over University of North Carolina–Pembroke.

Puma Nuredini (Naples), Charleston, x-junior, kicker, No. 17 – Nuredini average 54 yards on seven kickoffs and was 6-for-6 on PAT kicks in the Golden Eagles' 42-30 win over UNC-Pembroke.

Cesar Vaca-Hurtado (Naples), American International, sophomore, kicker, No. 20 – Vaca-Hurtado did not play in the Yellow Jackets’ 34-7 win over Southern Connecticut State.

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DIVISION III

Dario Alcee (Golden Gate), Wittenberg (Ohio), freshman, wide receiver, No. 12 – Alcee did not play in the Tigers’ 41-17 win over Chicago.

Will Alcius (Golden Gate), Wittenberg (Ohio), freshman, offensive lineman, No. 76 – Alcius did not play in the Tigers’ 41-17 win over Chicago.

Matt Allen (Naples), St. Thomas (Minn.), junior, tight end, No. 86 – Allen did not play in the Tommies’ 37-0 win over Bethel.

Rick Beaubrin (Gulf Coast), Baldwin-Wallace, freshman, wide receiver – The Yellow-Jackets’ played Wilmington at 2 p.m. on Saturday.

Brandon Bolock (Gulf Coast), University of Chicago, freshman, defensive lineman, No. 56 -- Bolock started but did not register any stats in the Maroons’ 47-17 loss to Wittenberg.

Gabor Bukszar (Gulf Coast), Lawrence (Wis.), junior, defensive lineman, No. 31 – Bukszar had two solo tackles in the Vikings’ 79-7 loss to St. Norbert.

Charlie Cannaday (Gulf Coast), Geneva College, freshman, quarterback/wide receiver, No. 12 — Stats are not available on the school's website.

Widchero Cherident (South Fort Myers), Concordia (Wis.), junior, defensive lineman, No. 56 – Cherident did not play in the Cardinals’ 34-7 loss to Taylor.

Andy Chery (Naples), Wittenberg (Ohio), freshman, defensive lineman, No. 60 – Chery did not play in the Tigers’ 41-17 win over Chicago.

Zach Culvahouse (Estero), Wittenberg (Ohio), freshman, wide receiver, No. 83 – Culvahouse did not play in the Tigers’ 41-17 win over Chicago.

Neal Defossez (Community School), Rhodes College, freshman – Defossez did not play in the Lynxs’14-0 win over Macalester.

Isaac Fuller (Barron Collier), Emory & Henry (Va.), freshman, wide receiver – Fuller did not play in the Wasps’ 47-17 loss to Hampden-Sydney.

Louvis Johnson (Golden Gate), Westminster (Mo.), junior, defensive line, No. 94 – Johnson had five tackles, two solo and three assisted, in the Titans’ 20-6 loss to St. Scholastica.

Junionel Martineau (Golden Gate), Westminster (Mo.), sophomore, running back, No. 16 – Martineau played but did not register any stats in the Titans’ 20-6 loss to St. Scholastica.

Keith Marvelle (Naples), Wittenberg (Ohio), freshman, offensive lineman, No. 72 – Marvelle did not play in the Tigers’ 41-17 win over Chicago.

Tony Mitchell (Golden Gate), Westminster (Mo.), sophomore, wide receiver, No. 1 – Mitchell played as a kicker and average 22 yards on two kickoffs in the Titans’ 20-6 loss to St. Scholastica.

Austin Nelz (St. John Neumann), RPI (N.Y.), senior, linebacker, No. 2 – Nelz had 12 tackles, seven solo and five assisted, with a sack for eight yards in the Rensselaer Engineers’ 31-21 win over University of Rochester.

William Norelia (Golden Gate), Wittenberg (Ohio), feshman, defensive lineman, No. 48 – Norelia had one solo tackle in the Tigers’ 41-17 win over Chicago.

Sean O'Regan (Lely), St. Norbert (Wis.), junior, wide receiver, No. 12 – O’Regan did not play in the Green Knights’ 79-7 win over Lawrence University.

Vince Parker (Gulf Coast), Baldwin-Wallace, freshman, linebacker – The Yellow-Jackets’ played Wilmington at 2 p.m. on Saturday.

Sam Petion (Golden Gate), Ohio Northern, senior, defensive lineman, No. 52 – Petion had one assisted tackle in the Klondikes’ 56-14 win over Marietta.

Mike Pinter (Palmetto Ridge), Knox (Ill.), senior, wide receiver, No. 9 – Pinter made four receptions for 25 yards in the Prairie Fire’s 43-38 loss to Cornell College.

Steven Ritter (Gulf Coast), Elmhurst (Ill.), sophomore, defensive back, No. 29 – Ritter had nine tackles, six solo and three assisted, and one fumble return for 45 yards, in the Blue Jays’ 35-30 win over Wheaton.

Michael Schoeller (Community School), Rhodes College, freshman – Schoeller did not play in the Lynxs’ 14-0 win over Macalester.

Cody Sexton (St. John Neumann), Wittenberg (Ohio), freshman, linebacker, No. 56 – Sexton did not play in the Tigers’ 41-17 win over Chicago.

Ryan Sides (Estero), Ohio Northern, freshman, quarterback, No. 13 -- Sides did not play in the Klondikes’ 56-14 win over Marietta.

Shad Thebaud (Palmetto Ridge), Wittenberg, sophomore, defensive back, No. 9 – Thebaud played but did not register any stats in the Tigers’ 41-17 win over Chicago.

Wilfredo Vargas (Golden Gate), Westminster (Mo.), sophomore, linebacker, No. 33 – Vargas had seven assisted tackles, with one being for a loss of half a yard, in the Titans’ 20-6 loss to St. Scholastica.

Kyle Watts (Golden Gate), Westminster (Mo.), sophomore, tight end, No. 81 – Watts played but did not register any stats in the Titans’ 20-6 loss to St. Scholastica.

Sebastian Zuluaga (Gulf Coast), Baldwin-Wallace (Ohio), sophomore, running back, No. 9 – The Yellow-Jackets’ played Wilmington at 2 p.m. on Saturday.

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NAIA

Casney Aldajuste (Golden Gate) Concordia (Ala.), freshman, wide receiver – Aldajuste did not play in the Cardinals’ 34-7 loss to Taylor.

Aaron Cassner (Gulf Coast), Quincy (Ill.), junior, fullback, No. 40 – Cassner played but did not register any stats in the Hawks’ 38-19 win over McKendree.

Cody Christner (Naples), Evangel (Mo.), freshman, linebacker, No. 43 – Christner had two tackles, one assist and one sack for eight yards in the Crusaders’ 38-23 win over Peru State.

Anthony Debonis (South Fort Myers), Bethel (Tenn.), sophomore, linebacker, No. 10 – Debonis did not play in the Royals’ 37-0 loss to St. Thomas.

Zech Flick (Barron Collier), Ave Maria, linebacker, junior, linebacker, No. 8 – Flick had six tackles, four solo and two assisted, in the Gyrenes’ 37-7 loss to Shorter University.

Darryl Gary (South Fort Myers), Walsh (Ohio), sophomore, wide receiver, No. 11 – Gary had two receptions for nine yards in the Cavaliers’ 30-0 loss to Ashland University.

Matt Novak (Barron Collier), Ave Maria, quarterback, junior – Novak went 4-9 for 11 yards, rushed three times for eight yards and had two interceptions in the Gyrenes’ 37-7 loss to Shorter University.

Junior Petit-Jean (Naples), Evangel (Mo.), senior, defensive back, No. 21 – Petit-Jean did not play in the Crusaders’ 38-23 win over Peru State.

Luckner Petithomme (Immokalee), Webber International, senior, defensive back, No. 28 – Stats were not available on the school's website.

Mason Prater (South Fort Myers), Webber International, senior, kicker, No. 14 – Stats were not available on the school's website.

Devin Scott (Naples), Pikeville (Ky.), freshman, wide receiver – The Bears were off.

Zac Smith (Lely), Webber International, freshman, linebacker – Stats were not available on the school's website.

Kyle VanDuser (Barron Collier), Ave Maria, sophomore, defensive lineman, No. 99 – VanDuser had four solo tackles, one tackle for 2 yards, in the Gyrenes’ 37-7 loss to Shorter University.

Steven Williams (Naples), Evangel (Mo.), freshman, running back, No. 33 – Williams did not play in the Crusaders’ 38-23 win over Peru State.

JUNIOR COLLEGE

Frantz Dorvil (Golden Gate), College of the Desert (Calif.), freshman, wide receiver, No. 82 — Dorvil did not play in the Roadrunners' 50-17 loss to Citrus.

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