Monday, October 15, 2012
Mr. Football Watch: Week 7
Here is the ESPN Boston Mr. Football Watch list for Week 7 of the high school season. As always, stats can be sent to editors Brendan Hall (firstname.lastname@example.org) and/or Scott Barboza (email@example.com)
Drew Belcher, Jr. QB, Reading Threw for a pair of touchdown passes in the Rockets' 40-7 win over Lexington.
Vincent Burton, Sr. RB, Blue Hills After surpassing 4,000 career yards a week ago, Burton joined the 500 career point club on Friday with 251 yards and four touchdowns in the Warriors' win over Southeastern.
Brian Dunlap, Soph. WR, Natick Got going in a different way in the Red Hawks' 42-23 win over Weymouth on Friday. He had just one catch for 16 yards, but carried the ball five times for 107 yards and a score, and added a 38-yard pick-six in the fourth quarter.
Cam Farnham, Sr. WR/KR, Andover Returned his second kickoff to the house in the Golden Warriors' 42-14 win over Lawrence, this one for 90 yards, giving him seven total touchdowns and nearly 750 all-purpose yards on the season.
Brendan Flaherty, Sr. RB, Beverly Ran for 234 yards and two touchdowns in the Panthers' 30-14 win over Masconomet.
Troy Flutie, Jr. QB, Natick Turned in a menacing night for the Red Hawks in their 42-23 defeat of Weymouth. He was 10-of-14 passing for 171 yards and two scores; on the ground, he carried 22 times for 215 yards and two more scores.
Marshall McCarthy, Sr. LB, Duxbury Totaled 14 tackles and three sacks in the Dragons' 14-6 win over Pembroke.
Alex Moore, Sr. RB/S, St. John's Prep Carried eight times for 83 yards and two touchdowns, and added a third touchdown on a 54-yard reception, in a 49-8 win over St. John's of Shrewsbury.
Nick Peabody, Sr. QB, Barnstable In the Red Raiders' 35-6 win over Dartmouth, was 14 of 29 passing for 241 yards and two touchdowns, and ran in a third score.
C.J. Scarpa, Sr. QB, Andover Threw for 112 yards and two scores on 4-of-5 passing in limited action in a 42-14 win over Lawrence.
Jonathan Thomas, Jr. RB, St. John's Prep Ran for 238 yards and three touchdowns on 19 carries, including a 68-yard scamper, in the Eagles' 49-8 rout of St. John's (Shrewsbury).
Jakarrie Washington, Sr. ATH, Everett Carried 12 times for 87 yards and three scores, and added an interception, in the Crimson Tide's 24-7 win over Xaverian.
Quron Wright, Sr. RB, Holy Name In the Naps' 40-20 win over Milford, carried 19 times for 147 yards and four scores.
ON THE RISE
Max Athy, Sr. RB/LB, Hollison Ran for 202 yards and two scores on 14 carries in the Panthers' 49-7 thrashing of Ashland.
Zach Bartak, Sr. QB, Greenfield He's a quarterback by trade, with nice passing stats (778 yards, 10 TD) but the powerful runner actually leads Western Mass. in rushing (878 yards, 11 TD). Against Mohawk Trail last weekend, he completed 8-of-17 passes for 87 yards and two touchdowns, and added 15 carries for 243 yards and a third score.
Kayjuan Bynum, Sr. QB/LB, Springfield Putnam Completed 15 of 26 passes for 218 yards and four touchdowns in a 50-8 win over Springfield Cathedral. He currently leads Western Mass. in passing yards (1,209) and leads his team in tackles.
Terrel Correia, Sr. TE, Nantucket The Whalers tossed a 50-yard Hail Mary pass with time expired, and the 6-foot-7 UMass commit came down with it, for a thrilling 20-14 win over West Bridgewater.
Babila Fonkem, Sr. ATH, Abington Served a number of roles for the Green Wave in their 40-21 win over Carver, rushing for a touchdown, returning a kick 78 yards for a second score, and making two interceptions on defense.
Tedaro France, Sr. WR, Barnstable Caught four passes for 128 yards and a score in the Red Raiders' 35-6 defeat of Dartmouth.
Matt Phelan, Sr. QB, Northbridge In the Rams' 44-6 thrashing of Nipmuc, was 13-of-18 passing for 204 yards and two touchdowns, hauled in a 34-yard touchdown reception, and added 39 yards and a fourth score on the ground on 13 carries.
Spencer Tyler, Jr. QB, Dennis-Yarmouth Threw for 152 yards and a touchdown, and added 143 yards and two scores on the ground, in the Dolphins' 36-12 thumping of Marshfield.