Tuesday, October 20, 2009
EMASS Football--He..Could.. Go.. All.. The.. Way..Week 6
Players of the Week for EMASS football in Week 6.
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Brian Ciccone (15-302 yds, 5 TD's) lead the Manchester-Essex Hornets to a (50-28) decision over Ipswich.
Xaverian's Alex Phelan (12-18, 184 yds, 2 TD's, 8-27 yds) lead the #1 Hawks to a (19-13) victory over #9 Everett.
Tino Perrina (5 TD's) lead the #2 Reading Rockets to a (42-14) win over Malden Catholic.
Brockton's Trevon Offley (17-79 yds, 2 TD's) lead the #3 Boxers to a (28-14) out of state decision over Pinkerton Academy (NH).
Conor Ressel (18-187 yds, TD) powered the #4 Gloucester Fisherman to a (21-14) victory over Masconomet.
Natick's Brett Flutie (135 rec yds, 2 TD's) paced the #5 Red and Blue to a (49-14) Bay State win over Wellesley.
Mike Connolly (pass TD, rush TD) lead the #6 Bridgewater-Raynham Trojans to a (22-16) victory over Rhode Island's #1 team, LaSalle Academy.
Walpole's Matt Nee (106 yds, 2 TD's) picked up the slack for an injured Ryan Izzo as the #7 Rebels defeat Norwood (32-14).
QB Nick Colson (8-10, 88 yds, 2 TD's, 13-63 yds) paced the #8 Franklin Panthers to a (14-7) win over Hockomock rival #18 North Attleboro.
Central Catholic's Andrew Ouellette (8-12, 170 yds, 2 TD's, 16-91 yds, TD) provided the spark as the #10 Raiders shut out Lowell (21-0).
Nik Busharis (2 TD passes) lead the #12 Mansfield Hornets to a a (35-0) decision over Oliver Ames.
Dracut's QB Matt Silva (3 TD passes, 2 rush TD's) powered the #13 Middies to a (34-14) MVC win over Tewksbury.
Nick LaSpada (10-15, 185 yds, # TD's, 9-42 yds) made a triumphant return in the #14 Billerica Indians (35-20) victory over Lawrence.
Fairhaven's Taylor Motta (2 TD passes) lead the Blue Devils to a (21-14) upset of #15 King Philip.
Sean Griffith (7-86 yds, 2 TD's) powered the Marshfield Rams to a (13-0) win over #16 Plymouth North.
Bishop Feehan's Zack Schweiger (15-106 yds, TD) paced the #17 Shamrocks to a (19-6) EAC win over Coyle-Cassidy.
Josh LaFrange (5-69 yds, 80-yd KOR, TD) lead the #19 Falmouth Clippers to a (41-12) ACL victory over Nauset.
Andover's John Hennessy (7-19, 184 yds, 2 TD's, 13-48 yds) propelled the Golden Warriors to a (28-21) win over #20 Chelmsford.
Mike Delaney (24-225, 3 TD's) powered the Foxboro Warriors to a (20-7) decision over Hockomock League foe Stoughton.
Whittier's Dillon Ryan (9-10, 215 yds, 4 TD's, 1 rush TD) paced the Wildcats to a (37-8) victory over Minuteman.
Kristian LaPointe (125 yds, 2 TD's) lead the Abington Green Wave to a (35-16) win over Hingham.
Bristol-Plymouth's Evan Cabral (165 yds passing, 145 yds rush, 2 T's) lead the Craftsmen to a (36-0) shutout of Bishop Connolly.
Joe Pizzuto (24-185, 2 TD's) propelled the Greater Lawrence Reggies to a (30-8) victory over Mystic Valley.
Archbishop Williams Alex Furtado (208 yds, 3 TD's) paced the Bishops to a (36-12) win over previously unbeaten Watertown.
Bryan Burch (129 yds rush, 3 TD's, 64 yds pass, TD) lead the Dennis-Yarmouth Dolphins to a (34-14) upset on Plymouth South.
Acton-Boxboro's Rob Goguen (152 yds, 3 TD's) paced the Colonials to a (42-20) Dual County win over Arlington.
Dylan Colarusso (20-162, 2 TD's) powered the Weymouth Wildcats to a (27-0) decision over Newton North.
Methuen's Cal Carroll (8-12, 92 yds, 2 TD's, 27-101 yds, 2 TD's) lead the Rangers to a (35-6) MVC win over Haverhill.
Tyllor MacDonald (10-17, 180 yds, 2 TD's, 14-115 yds, TD) propelled the Lynn English Bulldogs to a (37-35) victory over Swampscott.
Marblehead's Hayes Richardson (7-18, 116 yds, 2 TD's, 7-39 yds, 2 TD's) paced the Magicians to a (35-13) win over Salem.
Jordan Guyton (19-203 yds, 2 TD's) lead the Canton bulldogs to a (20-14) OT win over Sharon.
Dover-Sherborn's Jovani Curet (15-206 yds, 4 TD's) powered the Raiders to a (36-7) decision over Millis.
Preston Cooper (193 yds, 4 TD's) paced the BC High Eagles to a (56-28) win over Cambridge.
North Shore's David St. Pierre (13-23, 269 yds, TD, 9-88 yds, 3 TD's) lead the Bulldogs to a (26-14) victory over Diman.
Casey DeAndrade (16-147, 3 TD's) powered the East Bridgewater Vikings to a (32-14) decision over Cardinal Spellman.