Player of the Week: Plymouth South's Dylan Oxsen

October, 15, 2013
In the past two years, Plymouth South senior running back Dylan Oxsen has more than carried the load for the Panthers. But, even in a string of tough-nosed performances, Oxsen may have outdone himself in Friday's 27-6 win over Atlantic Coast League rival Nauset.

Oxsen ran for 243 yards and four touchdowns on 37 carries against the Warriors. Even more impressive is the fact that Oxsen put up those numbers after missing the Panthers' previous game with an ankle injury.

For his efforts, Oxsen was named our Player of the Week, presented by Sports Authority and the Bay State Games.

Editor Brendan Hall caught up with Oxsen for this interview Monday:

Including Oxsen, here are the Top 5 performances from Week 6:
  • Dylan Oxsen, Sr. RB, Plymouth South - Ran for 243 yards on 37 carries with 4 TD vs. Nauset.
  • Joe Gaziano, Jr. DL, Xaverian - Put on a defensive clinic with four sacks, two tackles for loss along with an interception vs. Brockton.
  • Peter Graves, Sr. DE, Milton Academy – 4. 5 sacks, blocked punt (returned for touchdown) vs. Roxbury Latin.
  • Dana Parello, Sr. QB, Waltham – Racked up 270 offensive yards (150 rushing, 120 passing) and also pocketed an interception in the Hawks’ shut-out win vs. Lincoln-Sudbury.
  • James Sullivan, Sr. RB/DB, Tewksbury – Collected three of Redmen’s four interceptions, while adding 75 yards on nine carries with a touchdown on offense vs. Methuen.

Scott Barboza

Scott Barboza joined as a high schools editor/reporter in May 2010. He spent the previous three seasons working in the New England Patriots media relations department after a stint at the Taunton Daily Gazette, where he covered everything from Little League baseball to the Boston Red Sox.



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