Danny V High School Football Stars of the Week – Boston Herald



* Franklin remained undefeated as Mack gulla rushed for three touchdowns in a 42-6 win over Braintree.

*Attracted reason threw for 249 yards and the winning touchdown in the fourth quarter as Methuen knocked down Everett, 25-22.

*Ryan miller threw for 205 yards and three touchdowns as St. John’s (Shrewsbury) defeated Taunton, 35-28.

*Jacques Gilbert pitched for four touchdowns and ran for two more as Xaverian handled Brockton, 48-21.


* We couldn’t settle for just one guy, so we’re going to select the Defense of King Philippe as a unit for allowing just 40 total attacking yards in a 35-0 win over Chelmsford.

*Kayden Mills ran for 251 yards and three touchdowns on 16 carries in Arlington’s 42-14 win over Cambridge, 42-14.

*Nolan o’brien continues to torment defensive backs as he caught six passes for 142 yards and three touchdowns as Lincoln-Sudbury clinched a 42-0 victory over Wellesley.

*Shea Lynch threw for 373 yards as Peabody handled Wakefield, 42-19. His first target, Eli batista made three touchdown catches and finished with 162 yards.


*Tyler De Mattio rushed for 124 yards and five touchdowns, while linebacker Greg Berthiaume added 10 tackles and a sack as North Attleboro edged past Plymouth North 48-6 in a first-round playoff game.

*Dylan Rice caught nine passes for 167 yards and two touchdowns as Hanover claimed a 35-0 victory over Minnechaug.

*Josh robertson threw for 200 yards and three touchdowns as Marblehead beat Norwood, 21-7.

*Austin smith was no stranger to the end zone, scoring four touchdowns as Silver Lake beat Quincy, 34-28.


*D’Kari Rodrigues stepped up and delivered plenty of time, rushing for 125 yards and four touchdowns as Scituate claimed a 42-0 victory over East Longmeadow.

*Dylan gordon returned two interceptions for touchdowns and also added a rushing score as Foxboro beat Newburyport, 45-13.

*Eric Miles ran for 157 yards and a touchdown as Bedford surprised Tewksbury, 28-21.

*Gavin Erickson had 188 all-purpose yards and three touchdowns as Wilmington beat Middleboro, 31-20.


*Jason Romans caught five passes for 115 yards and three touchdowns, while adding a pick of six, as Bishop Fenwick earned a 49-14 victory over Maynard.

* The combination of Dan Sullivan and Brian Olson teamed up for three touchdowns as Dover-Sherborn defeated Watertown, 21-7.

* Colby Cerrone ran for 134 yards and a pair of scores as Norton beat Pittsfield, 28-12.

*Ryan fitzgerald threw for 235 yards and four touchdowns, while rushing for 137 yards and two scores as Dennis-Yarmouth beat Bishop Stang. Jaden moore was huge because he had nine passes for 186 yards and four scores.

*Devin Lebron threw for 189 yards and four touchdowns as Essex Tech beat Ipswich, 39-30.


*Pat morin ran for 165 yards and three touchdowns as Sandwich advanced through the tournament with a 27-14 victory over Norwell.

*Matt Childs ran for 156 yards and a pair of scores as Medway beat Bellingham, 44-21.

*Lucas Leander rushed for 82 yards and two touchdowns, while adding 61 receiving yards and a third score in Rockland’s 27-0 win over Easthampton.

*Derick Coulanges and David Brown combined for five touchdowns in St. Mary’s 34-8 win over Boston English / New Mission.

*Welvis Acosta scored three times as Winthrop passed South Hadley, 35-0.


*Will baker ran for 142 yards and three touchdowns as Cohasset beat Nantucket 26-13 in a first-round game.

*Luc Arsenault rushed for 107 yards and four touchdowns as Amesbury claimed a 50-14 victory over East Boston.

*Chris domoracki ran for 177 yards and three touchdowns as Hamilton-Wenham doubled over Leicester, 28-14.

*Brady johnston amassed 250 all-purpose yards and five touchdowns as Mashpee advanced to the quarterfinals with a 41-13 victory over Blue Hills.

*Will DeLuca ran for 180 yards and two touchdowns, while recording six tackles in West Bridgewater’s 42-6 win over Case.

*Aidan Murphy led a strong defensive effort with 17 tackles, while Jean Gianibas ran for 198 yards and two scores as Hull beat Millis, 28-7.

*Victor Mafo was the big KIPP player, returning an 80-yard kick for a touchdown and a 90-yard interception for a second score as KIPP handed Manchester-Essex their first loss, 40-21.


*Mason hatfield broke his own school record for most rushing yards in a game with 317 to watch and four touchdowns as Dexter Southfield dominated Albany Academy, 41-34.

*Keith Nally ran for 348 yards and three touchdowns as Milton Academy won the ISL-6 title with a 25-13 victory over BB&N.

*Samuel okunlola caught four passes for 168 yards and two touchdowns as Thayer Academy defeated Groton, 38-0.

*Javar williams ran for two goals and also caught a touchdown pass as Tabor beat St. Mark’s, 27-0.


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