Spartan Pups: WIlliams blows up in Cathedral Prep’s regular-season finale

While Damion Terry has been making headlines all season, Delton Williams has been a solid offensive and defensive force for Erie Cathedral Prep. Last Friday, when the weather conditions made it hard to move the ball through the air, Williams was the focal point of the Ramblers offense — and he made the most of it.

Williams totaled four touchdowns in Cathedral Prep's 47-0 win.

He took three of his 10 carries all the way to the end zone — racking up 205 yards. His scores came from 5, 50 and 59 yards. He also had a 26-yard touchdown reception from Terry.

Terry, who had his worst statistical game of the season with just 106 yards passing, set the District 10 passing yardage record in the game. Terry now has 6,116 yards in his career and passed the previous mark of 6,045.

He was 5 of 13 in the win Friday. For the season, Terry has completed 154-of-224 passes for 2,449 yards with 37 passing touchdowns and nine rushing.

Cathedral Prep (10-0) earned a bye in the opening round of the Pennsylvania Class AAA playoffs.

Fellow Pennsylvania product wide receiver Jay Harris caught three passes for 21 yards in Downingtown East's 6-3 win — completing a 10-0 season. Harris has 48 catches for 697 yards and 12 touchdowns. Entering Friday's game, he had 15 rushes for 86 yards and three touchdowns.

Other Michigan State commits already have opened their playoff campaigns.

Grand Rapids Christian wide receiver Drake Harris caught seven passes for 208 yards and two touchdowns in a 68-44 win against Zeeland West. His touchdown receptions came from 32 and 42 yards.

In the win, Harris moved his season totals to 71 catches for 1,469 yards and 19 touchdowns.

Birmingham Brother Rice linebacker Jon Reschke had nine tackles in the Warriors' 38-6 win against Oxford.

Only one of the three commits from Ohio in the playoffs advanced after last week's first round.

Cincinnati Moeller linebacker Shane Jones had seven tackles to lead the Crusaders in a 43-21 win against Wayne Huber Heights. He now has 100 tackles this season,w ith 2.5 sacks, two fumble receovers, a forced fumble and an interception.

St. Xavier's Trey Kilgore and Warren Harding's Jalyn Powell didn't fare as well as both teams fell. Kilgore had two catches for 18 yards and a touchdown and two carries for 17 yards, but St. Xavier fell 35-14 to nationally ranked Cincinnati Colerain. Kilgore finished his injury-shortened season with 12 catches for 76 yards and two touchdowns in four games.

Powell had an 11-yard touchdown catch in a 45-35 playoff loss to Mentor.