Here is our latest "Mr. Football Watch" following the final week of regular season play. Statistics can be sent to editors Brendan Hall (firstname.lastname@example.org) and/or Scott Barboza (email@example.com)
EDITOR'S NOTE: Next week, we will be switching formats on top statistical leaders, tracking the top playoff leaders in rushing, passing and receiving yards.
Troy Flutie, Sr. QB, Natick
Put up a career night in the Redhawks' 56-55 overtime thriller over Walpole, totaling 561 yards of offense and eight touchdowns. He finished the regular season with 2,595 yards of offense and 35 touchdowns.
Hayden Murphy, Sr. ATH, Barnstable
Carried 10 times for 127 yards and three scores, and also caught two passes for 15 yards, in the Red Raiders' 41-6 rout of Dartmouth that clinched another outright Old Colony League title. In six games since moving from the quarterback spot, Murphy has 882 yards of offense and 12 touchdowns, averaging 15.7 yards per catch and eight yards per touch overall.
Neil O’Connor, Sr. QB, Leominster
Ran for a touchdown, threw for two, and returned an interception for a fourth score in the Blue Devils' 41-13 rout of Shrewsbury. Through the regular season, he has 1,795 yards offense with 23 total touchdowns.
Dylan Oxsen, Sr. RB, Plymouth South
Ran for a touchdown, his 14th of the season, in the Panthers' 14-0 shutout of Falmouth for the Atlantic Coast League crown.
Mike Panepinto, Sr. RB, Needham
Ran for a school record 301 yards and six touchdowns in the Rockets' 42-28 win over Weymouth, giving them the Bay State Carey title outright.
Rufus Rushins, Jr. RB, Bishop Fenwick
Carried 11 times for 110 yards and two scores in the Crusaders' 34-6 rout of St. Mary's of Lynn, pushing the bruising back over 1,000 yards on the season and 17 rushing TDs.
Cody Williams, Sr. QB, Springfield Central
Completed 7 of 10 passes for 206 yards and four touchdowns, in the Golden Eagles' win over West Springfield
Ju’an Williams, Sr. WR, Springfield Central
Caught five passes for 163 yards and two scores, in the Eagles' win over West Side.
Isaac Yiadom, Sr. WR/DB, Doherty
Boston College commit took two direct snap "Wildcat" carries for two touchdowns from 36 and five yards, in the Highlanders' 20-19 thriller over St. Peter-Marian.
FIVE ON THE RISE
Steve Cuqua, Soph. RB, Walpole
Carried 44 times for 308 yards and six touchdowns in the Rebels' 56-55 overtime loss to rival Natick.
John Fadule, Sr. QB, Wellesley
Completed eight of 13 passes for three touchdowns, and added 104 yards and two more scores on the ground, in the Raiders' win over Milton.
Davon Jones, Jr. S, St. John’s (Shrewsbury)
Recorded 15 tackles and an interception in the Pioneers' win over Marlborough. He finishes the regular season leading the team in tackles (65), with five tackles for loss, three forced fumbles and three picks.
Nick Thyden, Sr. WR/DB, Quabbin
Came up with two interceptions in the Panthers' 27-18 win over Clinton, giving him a Central Mass.-leading six picks on the season. He also ranks among the top receivers in the state with 696 receiving yards and nine scores.
Spencer Tyler, Sr. QB, Dennis-Yarmouth
Completed 20 of 25 passes for 282 yards and four touchdowns, and added 93 rushing yards on 10 carries, in the Dolphins' 40-36 nail-biter over Marshfield.
FINAL REGULAR SEASON STATISTICAL LEADERS IN MASSACHUSETTS
Mike Maggipinto, Soph., East Longmeadow – 1,181 yards, 18 TD
Chris Ahl, Sr., Millis-Hopedale – 1,172 yards, 14 TD
Emmanuel Almonte, Jr., Boston English – 1,170 yards, 9 TD
Isaiah White, Sr., Beverly – 1,161 yards, 14 total TD
Lou Burrell, Jr., Easthampton – 1,117 yards, 17 TD
Brooks Tyrrell, Jr., Marblehead – 1,095 yards, 13 total TD
Mark Wright, Sr., Auburn – 1,084 yards, 12 TD
Rufus Rushins, Jr., Bishop Fenwick – 1,067 yards, 17 TD
Kyle Laffey, Sr., Franklin County Tech – 1,044 yards, 15 TD
Christian Perez, Sr., Northeast – 1,020 yards, 12 TD
Dylan Kierman, Sr., Quabbin – 2,231 yards, 23 TD
Troy Flutie, Sr., Natick – 2,000 yards, 31 TD
Matthew Jeye, Sr., Holliston – 1,543 yards, 18 TD
Andrew Smiley, Sr., St. John’s (Shrewsbury) – 1,470 yards, 16 TD
Cody Williams, Sr., Springfield Central – 1,420 yards, 18 TD
Cole Bernier, Jr., Old Colony – 746 yards, 7 TD
Nick Thyden, Sr., Quabbin – 696 yards, 9 TD
Liam Pickett, Sr., Oxford – 693 yards, 6 TD
Zach Elkinson, Jr., Holliston – 662 yards, 10 TD
Mo Blake, Jr., Weston – 640 yards, 4 TD
*Does not include players who were on a bye week