Monday, September 28, 2009
EMASS Football--He..Could.. Go.. All.. The.. Way..Week 3
Players of the Week for EMASS football in Week 3.
Chris Tamasi (TD) was Mr. Everything on offense and defense as #1 Xaverian knocked off #5 Brockton (14-7).
Reading's Tino Perrina continued his hot early season (4 TD's) in the #3 Rockets (34-7) win over Winchester.
Nick Colson (12-18, 120 yds, 18-96 rush, TD) paced #12 Franklin to a (29-28) win over previously unbeaten #4 Mansfield.
Billerica's Nick LaSpada (15-21, 230 yds, 3 TD's, 84-yard KR TD) again lead the #13 Indians to a narrow (27-21) win over Methuen.
Walpole Ryan Izzo (225 yds, 3 TD's) again paced the #11 Rebels in their (28-14) decision over Newton North.
Joe Wioncek (21-38, 281 yds, 3 TD's) lead the Beverly Panthers to a (24-20) nail biter over #18 Lynn English.
Mike Connolly (9-16, 196, TD, rush TD) paced the Bridgewater-Raynham to a convincing (28-7) win over #10 Marshfield.
Catholic Memorial's A. J. Doyle (1 TD passing, 1 rushing TD) lead the #9 Hawks to a victory over Hartford (VT).
Zack Latrell (3 TD's) lead the Central Catholic Raiders to a (25-21) upset of #2 Dracut.
Chelmsford's Joe Gennaro (23-216, 4 TD's) was all the offense the #17 Lions needed in their (25-13) win over Haverhill.
Allesandro D'Angelo (2 TD's) and Conor Ressel (2 TD's) were all the offense #7 Gloucester needed in their (35-7) win over Winthrop.
Wayland's Jeff Brewington (19-28, 204 yds 2 TD's, intercepted 3 passes) was the whole package as the Warriors upset #18 Westford Academy (36-28).
Scott McCummings (161 yds passing, 68 rushing, 2 TD'S) lead #6 Natick to a (42-0) shutout of Brookline.
Belmont's Marcus Pappas (3 TD's, 2 INT's, 1 fumble rec) took center stage in the Marauders (28-7) Middlesex League win over Melrose.
Attleboro's Matty Campbell (216 yds rush, 2-99 rec, 3 TD's) took center stage in the Bombardiers (50-42) victory over New Bedford.
Kristian LaPointe (128 yds, 5 TD's, 3 rush, 2 Rec) powered Abington to a (42-28) win over Rockland.
Cohasset's Dana Valentine (236 yds, TD) ran roughshod over Scituate in the Skippers (22-7) victory.
Zac Iovanella (220 yds, 4 TD's) was immense in North Andover's (41-20) victory over Cambridge.
Andover's John Hennessy (13-21, 235 yds, 5 TD's, 7-50, 1 rush TD) lit up the scoreboard in the Golden Warriors (47-34) win over Tewksbury.
David St. Pierre (271 yds passing, 3 TD's) lead North Shore to a (29-14) win over Nashoba Valley Tech.
Swampscott Matt Barbuzzi (361 yds passing, 2 TD's) lead Big Blue to a (28-7) victory over Peabody.
Alex Carr (15-24, 342 yds, 2 TD's, 2 rush TD's) powered Manchester-Essex to a (26-20) win over Greater Lawrence.
Eric Burgos (23-136) and Clinton Lutz (13-100, 3 TD's) powered Danvers past Revere (25-12).
Foxboro's Mike Delaney (200 yds, 3 TD's) in the Warriors demolition (42-7) of out of state Rutland (VT).
Cardinal Spellman's Blaise Branch (21-175, TD) and Zac Cooney (1 rush TD, 1 pass TD) lead the Cardinals to a (28-16) victory over North Reading.
Stefan Gustafson (3 TD's) paved the way for Plymouth South's (28-12) come from behind win over North Quincy.
Newburyport's Kyle LeBlanc (3 TD's, 1 rec., 2 rush) lead the Clippers to a (37-0) shutout of Ipswich.
Tyler Araujo (24-128) lead the offense and Andres Silva (12 tackles) and Thomas Tilton-Heylin (11 tackles) paced the defense in Martha's Vineyard's (22-20) OT win over Coyle-Cassidy.
Weymouth's P.J. Bonarrigo (180 yds rush, 3 TD's) lead the Wildcats to a (42-14) thrashing of Norwood.
Jordan Guyton (10-234, 2 TD's) was all the offense that Canton needed in their (39-14) victory over Oliver Ames.
Tri-County's Randy Hardy (182 yds, 3 TD's) paced the Cougars in their (28-0) shutout of Nantucket.
Jordan Keliinu (24-192, TD) ran all over East Bridgewater in Mashpee's (26-21) win.
Holliston's Sean Mayo (10-17, 235 yds, 3 TD's) paced the Panthers to a (38-20) TVL win over Dover-Sherborn.
Lowell's Angel Escolera (30-142, TD) was the offensive force in the Red Raiders (40-34) decision over Lawrence.
Quinn McDonough (187 yds, 3 TD's) paced Malden Catholic to a (21-7) win over Somerville.
John Duffy (27-285, 2 TD's, 105 yds passing, TD, intercepted 2 passes) lead Millis to a (20-13) win over Bellingham.