Two days after taking an unofficial visit to Maryland, Downingtown East junior offensive lineman Mike Clark committed Friday afternoon to play at the school.
"All of the players, including the fifth-year seniors, went out of their way to make me feel welcome," the 6-foot-8, 280-pound tackle said. "And the coaching staff seems real genuine."
Clark, an Exton resident and former wrestler, was a first-year starter for the Cougars last season. He also had scholarship offers from Rutgers, South Carolina, Syracuse, and Wake Forest.
Archbishop Wood 17, Father Judge 7: Brian Kent and Cole Miller each scored four goals, and Archbishop Wood picked up the win at Father Judge.
SUBURBAN ONE CONTINENTAL
Central Bucks East 6, North Penn 2: Matt Brown and Matt Vetter each scored a pair of goals in a win at North Penn.
PIONEER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE
Methacton 14, Pope John Paul II 7: Michael DelVecchio netted four goals to lead host Methacton.
Perkiomen Valley 15, Phoenixville 1: Connor Dee's six tallies led Perkiomen Valley to a home win.
Haverford School 11, Gilman School (Md.) 9: Dox Aitken scored five goals in a road win. The Fords outscored Gilman School, 7-1, in the second half.
Souderton 7, Interboro 6: Greg Gibbs and Jake Phaup each scored twice to win at Interboro.
Bishop Shanahan 15, Marple Newtown 4: Alex Wagner tallied nine goals in a road win.
Holy Ghost Prep 12, Abington 8: Michael Kirby scored twice and forced four turnovers in Holy Ghost Prep's win at Abington.
Penn Charter 6, St. Anne's Belfield (Va.) 5: Luke Stansfield scored three times, including the overtime winner, to give Penn Charter the road victory. Cody Sweeney also netted three goals.
PUBLIC LEAGUE DIVISION A
Northeast 5, GAMP 2: Chris Castro drove home the go-ahead run in the seventh inning in Northeast's road win.