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Week 6 Standouts: Dallas Turner’s 4 Sacks Leads The Way For St. Thomas Aquinas

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Dallas Turner was nothing short of magnificent in St. Thomas Aquinas’ season-opener against TRU Prep Academy, helping claim a 25-13 victory at home.

The four-star weak-side defensive end recorded 4 sacks, including one that forced a turnover on downs and iced a victory for Aquinas. The Alabama commit provided the pass rush necessary to keep the Saints scoreless in the second half.

Other than Dallas, here are other standout prospects in the Miami-Dade and Broward County area in Week 6 of high school football:

Zion Turner | STA

The 2022 quarterback completed 15 of his 23 passes for 206 yards and three touchdowns. Turner added 60 yards rushing and a one-yard scramble for a score.

Ja’Den McBurrow | STA

The Michigan commit notched two interceptions on TPA’s Nick Vattiatio, one in the first half and another late in the fourth quarter.

Brandon Inniss | TPA

The 2023 wideout finished with seven receptions for 112 yards, adding two total touchdowns. Inniss’ first score came on a 23-yard pass, while the second came in a wildcat run at the one-yard-line.

Maurice Newton | STA

The 5-foot-9 senior wide receiver scored on back-to-back possessions for Aquinas, first on a 6-yard connection and then on a 36-yard pass.

Michael Edwards | Chaminade-Madonna

The 2021 prospect caught three touchdowns for the Lions Friday, finishing the game with 102 receiving yards.

Thaddius Franklin | Chaminade-Madonna

A University of Miami commit, Franklin showed his all-around skill set, throwing for a touchdown and rushing for another. He remained persistent in controlling offensive yardage for the Lions.

Jaylon Tolbert | Chaminade-Madonna

The Howard University commit completed 15 of his 22 throws for 153 yards and three touchdowns, leading the way for a 44-34 Chaminade-Madonna victory over Clearwater Academy International.

Brody Palhegyi | Cardinal Gibbons

Palhegyi threw 11 of 20 for 146 yards and four touchdowns, enough to lead the Chiefs past Doral Academy 35-3. The senior signal-caller added 33 yards rushing on four carries.

Brian Dilworth | Chaminade-Madonna

Dilworth, an Auburn commit picked up an interception thrown by Clearwater quarterback Luca Stanzani. He was crucial in leading the Lions’ defensive efforts.

Tyous Taylor | Champagnat Catholic

Taylor completed 17 of his 20 attempts for 197 yards and four touchdowns, leading the Lions to a 33-27 win over American Heritage Delray Beach.

Richard Dandridge | St. Brendan

The sophomore with offers from Texas A&M and Louisville totaled three receptions for 106 yards and a touchdown. His longest catch ultimately went for 42 yards.

Sedrick Irvin | Gulliver Prep

Irvin garnered 147 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries (7.4 yards per rush), leading the Raiders in all-purpose yards with 175.

Donovan Jones | Champagnat Catholic

The all-purpose back totaled 123 yards on 14 carries, including a 29-yard rush that resulted in a touchdown.

Will Bettridge | Gulliver Prep

The junior kicker notched a 44 and 47-yard kick in Gulliver’s 4-28 victory over Benjamin. Bettridge added a 77-yard kickoff as well.

Carson Haggard | Gulliver Prep

Haggard threw 7 of 16 for 181 yards and three touchdowns, deserving of a 99.2 passer rate, per MaxPreps.

Jarrod Carr | Immaculata-La Salle

Carr rushed for 223 yards and two touchdowns on 28 carries, leading the Royal Lions past Westminster Academy 34-32.

Michael Yero covers all of South Florida’s major pro teams, along with high school sports for 305 Sports. He also covers sports for Immaculata-La Salle High School’s student newspaper, the Royal Courier.

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