As they look to help their teams make a push towards the playoffs, the Oregon Ducks' commits had another week of strong performances on the high school gridiron. A couple of familiar names had some familiar results in leading their teams to another win.
Who won? Who lost? Who seems primed to make an impact next year for the Ducks?
Star of the week:
Thomas Tyner -- Aloha (Ore.)
After another game of over 300 yards last week, Tyner felt like doing it again on Friday night. Facing off against Portland (Ore.) Grant and SMU commit, Nathan Halverson -- Portland (Ore.) Grant. In the end, The No. 11 running back in the country led Aloha to a 24-16 win.
After a relatively slow start, the No. 104 player in the ESPN 150, turned it on late. In the first half, Tyner carried the ball 11 times for 125 yards and a score. In the second half, he took the game into his own hands as he carried it 21 times for 232 yards and two more touchdowns. He finished with 357 yards and three touchdowns.
For the season, Tyner has rushed for 2,328 yards and 29 touchdowns. He also has two receptions for 34 yards and another score. The No. 3 team in Oregon, Aloha is now 6-0 on the year.
Dontre Wilson -- DeSoto (Texas)
Wilson helped one of the top teams in Texas -- and the country -- to another big win. Wilson's 124 yards and four touchdowns helped spark DeSoto's 61-7 victory over Mansfield (Texas) Timberview.
On the season, the No. 51 player in the ESPN 150 has 613 yards and 14 touchdowns.
Tyrell Robinson (San Diego, Calif./Lincoln)
The versatile Robinson continued his standout season as Lincoln fell 29-21 to San Diego (Calif.) Central Catholic. Robinson was limited on offense but shined once again on the defensive side of the ball. The four-star athlete had nine tackles and four sacks at linebacker.
Lincoln is now 4-3 on the season.
Don't forget about them:
Chris Seisay (American Canyon, Calif./American Canyon)
Seisay played through an injured ankle and ran for the opening touchdown of the game. He spent the rest of the evening on defense, where he had two passes defended and a team-leading 10 tackles. The No. 85 athlete in the country expects to be fully recovered in time for next week's game.
American Canyon is now 6-1 on the year.
Darren Carrington (San Diego, Calif./Horizon)
The No. 42 player in California a helped Horizon to a big win over La Jolla (Calif.) Country Day, 44-34. Carrington had eight receptions for 112 yards and two touchdowns on Friday night. He had scoring catches of 50 and two yards on the night.
For the season, Carrington has 30 catches for 511 yards and eight touchdowns.
Tyree Robinson San Diego (Calif.) Lincoln
Tyree Robinson had a 10-yard touchdown catch, followed by a two-point conversion reception to cut the game to one score late in the fourth quarter in Lincoln's loss.
Matt Wogan (Indian Trail, NC/Porter Ridge)
Last week's star of the week had a field goal blocked and recorded one touch-back on his only kickoff of the evening. Porter Ridge couldn't get anything going and lost 7-0.
After suffering their first loss in their last 25 games, Porter Ridge is now 6-1 on the year.
John Mundt (Modesto, Calif./Central Catholic)
Mundt and the Raiders had a bye this week. Mundt has 18 catches for 236 yards and four touchdowns on the season. On defense, Mundt has 17 tackles and seven sacks. Central Catholic is 5-2 overall.
Alex Redmond (Los Alamitos, Calif./Los Alamitos)
Redmond and the Griffins lost to Edison -- Huntington Beach (Calif.) -- 24-14 on Friday night, dropping their record to 5-2 overall.
Doug Brenner (Portland, Ore./Jesuit)
Brenner and the Crusaders lost for the second time in three weeks as they fell to Southridge and 2014 wide-receiver prospect, Jordan Morgan -- Beaverton (Ore.) Southridge-- The No. 4 Crusaders are now 5-2 overall.
Evan Voeller -- West Linn (Ore.)
Voeller once again sat out with an injured shoulder as the Lions fell to Oregon City (Ore.) 35-29. West Linn is now 2-5 on the year.