Week 0 top performances
Top Performances is back for the 2009 season and now on ESPNRISE. We will post the area's top performers every Saturday during the season and update through Sunday.
2009 Top Performances
Every week, MDVarsity.com highlight some of the season's weekly top performances.
Submissions must come from a coach, team statistician or newspaper. Please include your name in submissions so all performances can be verified.
Quincy Redmon, Bishop Walsh: In his first ever varsity football game, the freshman had four catches for 63 yards and two touchdowns to lead Bishop Walsh to a 16-14 victory over Moorefield (WV).
Kyle Fuller, Mount St. Joseph: Fuller rushed for 96 and two touchdowns in the Gaels 28-0 victory over Archbishop Curley.
Niko Brown, Cardinal Gibbons: Brown caught two touchdowns (50, 40) as Gibbons defeated St. Vincent Pallotti 35-6.
Luke Stidham, Cardinal Gibbons: Stidham threw two touchdown passes in Crusaders win over Pallotti.
Brian Burns, Riverdale Baptist: Burns had an outstanding all-around night in the Crusaders 43-0 win over Hyde Leadership (D.C.). The senior caught two passes for 70 yards and two touchdowns and had one rush for 84 yards and a touchdown.
Trevon Bennett, Riverdale Baptist: In his first start for Riverdale Baptist, Bennett completed both of his passes for 70 yards and two touchdowns.
Donte Cotton, Riverdale Baptist: Cotton rushed four times for 85 yards and recorded seven tackles on defense.
Darius Jennings, Gilman: Jennings completed six of seven passes for 165 yards and two touchdowns in the Greyhounds 63-16 win over St. John's Catholic Prep. The junior quarterback also rushed for 97 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries.
Vince Snarski, Loyola: The senior running back rushed for 207 yards and two touchdowns. He added three tackles (one for loss) on defense as the Dons extended their winning streak to 15 games with a 32-0 win over St. Frances.
Todd Rewolinski, Maryland School for the Deaf: Rewolinski rushed for 90 yards and a touchdown in MSD's 38-6 win over Baltimore Lutheran.
Todd Bonheyo, Maryland School for the Deaf:: Bonheyo threw for 134 yards and a touchdown and rushed for two more scores in the Orioles win.
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