Monday, September 14, 2009
EMASS Football--He..Could.. Go.. All.. The.. Way..Week 1
Players of the week for EMASS football in Week 1.
Robert Ofeodu (205 rushing, 5 TD's) lead a dominate St. Clement attack as they dispose of Burke (50-28).
Tewksbury's Mike Altavesta (9 tackles) lead the defensive assault as the Redmen upset #14 Lincoln-Sudbury (12-0).
#10 Reading's Tino Perrina (210 yds, 4 TD's) lead a dominating ground attack as the Rockets shut out Cambridge (35-0).
Charlie Bates (18-245, 3 TD's) lead the attack as the Arlington Catholic Cougars downed Shawsheen (34-13) in a non-league tilt.
#17 Masconomet's Evan Bunker (14-128, 3 TD's) was the offensive stimulus as the Chieftains overpower #16 Lowell (35-12).
Norton's Steve Gilmore (11 tackles, 13-70) lead a stout Lancer defense to a (6-3) decision over Seekonk.
Zack Nanfelt (12-135, 2 TD's, 4 XPT's) powered Apponequet to a season opening victory over Middleboro.
#18 Franklin's Nick Colson (3 TD rushing, 2 passing) leads the Panthers to a (33-24) decision over Attleboro.
Eric Burgos (17-190 3 TD's) and Dan Skinner (3 fumble rec) were the offensive and defensive stalwarts as Danvers upsets #13 Manchester-Essex.
St John's Prep's George Sessoms (142 yds, 2 TD's) and Chris Coady (108 yds, 2 TD's) were the offensive stars as the Eagles take it to Peabody (32-7).
North Quincy's Terrance Stanley (212 yds, 4 TD's) was everywhere as the Red Raiders dismantle Boston Latin (33-7).
Ted Davenport (12-172, 3 TD's) lead the Medway Mustangs to a (31-0) whitewashing of Oliver Ames.
North Shore's David St. Pierre (10-19, 190 yds, 2 TD's) put on an aerial show as the Bulldogs to care of South Shore (34-6).
Omari Alfred (2 TD passes, 90-yard TD Punt Return) supplied most of the offensive in O'Bryant's (28-8) win over Cathedral.
#14 Walpole's Ryan Izzo (28-153, 3 TD's) continued his quest for the state's all-time scoring record as the Rebels down Framingham (20-6).
Andover's Nick Enxing (191 rushing yds) paced the Golden Warrior offense as they defeat North Andover (27-21).
Bobby Rosano (4 rushing TD's) scored all of North Reading touchdowns as they shut out Ipswich (26-0).
Wellesley's Casey Tanner (8 tackles, 65-yard INT return TD, 50 rushing yards) did everything but take tickets as the Raiders defeat Weymouth (26-14) in Bay State League action.
Nick LaSpada (12-154, TD pass) helped #6 Billerica overcome a slew of turnovers as it defeated Burlington (26-14).
Chelsea's Daniel Martinez (185 yds, 2 TD's) lead the Red Devils to a (42-6) thrashing of Pope John.
Bryan Burch (18-142, 148 passing yards, 2 TD's) lead the assault as the Dennis-Yarmouth Dolphins shut down Bourne (28-12).
Plymouth South's Stefan Gustafson (19-180, 3 TD's) powered the Panthers to a (18-6) victory over East Bridgewater.
Sean Amuru (17-206, 4 TD's) was the offensive star as Westwood Wolverines defeat Bedford (34-18).
Winthrop's Nick McCarthy (185 yds, 3 TD's) lead the Vikings to a (31-0) shutout of Salem in a non-league affair.
Brendan O'Neil (12-152, 4 TD's) was the go to guy as Triton shuts out Amesbury (40-0).