Detroit Osborn senior Tarez Moffet (10) runs for a gain against Detroit Communication & Media Arts on Friday.
Detroit Osborn pounded Detroit Public School League Division 2 rival Detroit Communication & Media Arts 42-8 on Friday, Sept. 24, at Osborn.
Osborn led 36-0 at halftime and most of the second half was played under a running clock.
Osborn opened the scoring on an 11-yard touchdown run by senior Rakiem Little with 6:01 left in the first quarter. Little ran for the conversion to make the score 8-0.
Little tossed a 47-yard touchdown pass to senior Antwann Woods to increase the lead to 14-0 at the end of the first quarter.
After an interception by freshman Herman Philips, senior Tarez Moffet came on as quarterback and ran for a 15-yard touchdown to increase the lead to 20-0. Moffet later ran for a seven-yard touchdown and found freshman Michael Mansfield for the conversion to make the score 28-0.
With time running out before halftime, Moffet tossed a 70-yard touchdown to junior Antonie Williams and then rushed for the conversion to force a running clock with the score 36-0.
Osborn improved to 3-0 in the PSL Division 2 and 4-1 overall. CMA fell to 0-3/1-4. Osborn earned forfeit victories over Detroit Frederick Douglass and Detroit Collegiate Preparatory at Northwestern the past two weeks.
Osborn hosts undefeated Detroit Central (2-0/5-0) on Friday, Oct. 1. Central beat Detroit Renaissance 26-21 on Friday.
Other weekend Detroit Public School League games
Detroit Cass Technical 1, Detroit East English Village 0 (forfeit): The Technicians earned a forfeit victory over Bulldogs to improve to 1-2 in the PSL Division 1 and 3-2 overall, improving their chances of reaching the PSL title game and defending their championship. Cass Tech faces Detroit Mumford (1-2/1-4) on Oct. 1 and Detroit Western International (0-2/0-2) on Oct. 8. With wins in those games, Cass Tech would be 3-2 in division, most likely good enough finish second in the
regular season to Detroit King (3-0/4-1) and setting up a rematch of their Sept. 10 game. King won that game 41-34. The Bulldogs fell to 1-1 in the PSL and 1-4 overall.
Detroit Henry Ford 26, Detroit Mumford 8: Darren Harris had 112 all-purpose yards, two rushing touchdowns and an interception returned for a touchdown, Robert Hill had 158 all-purpose yards, LeDarius Gorre had eight tackles and Tyriq Henderson had two sacks with six tackles for Henry Ford (1-0/2-3). Mumford is 1-2/1-4.
Detroit Martin Luther King Jr. 1, Detroit Western International 0 (forfeit): The Division 3 No. 1-ranked Crusaders improved to 3-0 for first place the PSL Division 1 and 4-1 overall. The Cowboys fell to 0-2/0-2 D1. King faces Henry Ford on Oct. 1
Detroit Collegiate Preparatory at Northwestern 34, Detroit Frederick Douglass 0: Marshawn Brown had 103 rushing yards with two touchdowns, Emmitt Simpson had 105 yards rushing and one touchdown and Amil Dawson had two catches for 86 yards and one touchdown for Collegiate Prep. The Colts are 1-2 in PSL D2; 1-4 overall; The Hurricanes are 0-3/0-3.
Detroit Southeastern 45, Detroit Denby 0: Desean Matthews had 13 carries for 150 yards and three touchdowns, Julian Loddale went 9-for-14 passing for 201 yards and three touchdowns and Khris Crumsey had three catches for 67 yards and one touchdown for Southeastern (1-1/2-3). Denby is 0-1/1-3.
Detroit Pershing 32, Detroit Cody 0: The Doughboys improved to 3-0 in the PSL Division 2 and 3-2 overall. The Comets fell to 2-1/3-2.
Detroit Central 26, Detroit Renaissance 21: The Trail Blazers improved to 2-0/5-0. The Phoenix are 1-2/1-3. Renaissance travels to East English (1-1/1-4 D1) on Oct. 1 and hosts Detroit King (3-0/4-1 D1) on Oct. 8.
Detroit Osborn senior Antwann Woods (1) makes a catch against Detroit Communication & Media Arts on Friday.
Detroit Osborn junior Antonie Williams (2) runs for a touchdown against Detroit Communication & Media Arts on Friday.
Detroit Osborn freshman Dionta Richardson (3) catches a pass against Detroit Communication & Media Arts on Friday.
Detroit Osborn freshman Michael Mansfield (9) catches a pass for a two-point conversion against Detroit Communication & Media Arts on Friday.
Detroit Osborn senior Rakiem Little (13) runs for a gain against Detroit Communication & Media Arts on Friday.
Detroit Osborn defensive players make a tackle against Detroit Communication & Media Arts on Friday.