Will Heikkinen, Andover: The senior wide receiver hauled in 11 catches for 204 yards, highlighted by a 76-yard score in Andover's 43-7 win over Gloucester.
Johnathan Thomas, St. John's Prep: Thomas rushed for 160 yards on 25 carries, including a 46-yard run in the third quarter to lead the Eagles past Central Catholic 31-7.
Bobby Sullivan, Chelmsford: The senior quarterback carried the Lions, needing just 80 yards to throw three touchdowns to lead Chelmsford to a 35-14 victory over Acton-Boxboro.
David Harrison, Weymouth: Harrison made five catches for 110 yards, scoring two touchdowns in the Wildcats 31-20 win over Wellesley. Harrison also threw a 41-yard touchdown pass, and made four tackles and an interception on defense.
Nick Heras and Ethan Ryan, Newton South: Heras ran for 117 yards and a touchdown and threw for 45 yards and a score while Ryan piled up 101 rushing yards, including a 65-yard touchdown, as the Lions picked up their first win in two years.
Brandon Gallagher, Bridgewater-Rayham: The speedy sophomore ran for 175 yards on 14 carries and a pair of touchdowns as the Trojans surged past Durfee, 34-7.
Nick Peabody, Barnstable: The senior threw for 350 yards and four touchdowns, adding 65 yards on the ground as the Raiders crushed Dennis-Yarmouth, 55-14.
Gilly DeSouza, Everett: The third-string quarterback turned in another solid performance, completing six passes for 137 yards and four touchdowns as he led the Crimson Tide to a 33-14 win over Springfield Central.
Joe Jonhston, RB, King Philip: Johnston scored four touchdowns, all of at least 20 yards, in the Warriors 40-8 win over Medfield. He now has a total of seven touchdowns this year.
Troy Flutie, QB, Natick: The stats or final score may not have been impressive, but Flutie is making sure all the hype around him is well worth it. The versatile quarterback connected with Brian Dunlap with under 10 seconds to play, giving the Red Hawks their second victory of the season as they beat Norwood, 14-10.
Robert Schkliew, North Andover: Schkliew scored three touchdowns in the second quarter and had a 77-yard kick return for a touchdown in the third to give the Scarlet Knights a 33-12 victory over Lawrence.
Alex Berluti, Westwood: The senior quarterback accounted for five TD's in the Wolverines 42-2 win over Dedham. He went 7 for 9 for 171 yards passing with four touchdown throws including a pair to his brother Bo, while rushing for 84 yards and a score on four carries.
Kiivone Howard, Foxboro: Howard ran for 172 yards on 10 carries and scored three first half TD's as the Warriors beat East Providence (R.I.) 40-6.
Dexter Green, Canton: In a win over Quincy, Green ran for 140 yards and three touchdowns, added a two-point conversion, and had five solo tackles and a sack on defense.
Evan Boynton, Concord-Carlisle: In a 19-16 win over Lexington, the senior captain ran for 176 yards and finished with three touchdowns. He also kicked an extra point and anchored the defense at LB, recording 9 tackles.
Chad Marsh, Bourne: The junior back gouged Greater New Bedford for 153 yards on 15 carries and four touchdowns in the Canalmen's 30-13 win Friday night.
Kyle McGah, Lynnfield: The 5-foot-7 junior rushed for 146 yards on 16 carries and scored four TD's -- including the final three of the game -- to help the Pioneers overcome a 21-0 deficit and defeat host Amesbury 31-27 on Friday night. McGah also had a key interception in the end zone on defense.
Garrett Carlos, Somerset Berkley: The Raider back toted the rock 21 times for 240 yards and four touchdowns as Somerset Berkley downed visiting Seekonk 39-9 on Saturday.
Kevin Lynch, East Bridgewater: Lynch led the Vikings by scoring in all three facets of the game. Lynch returned an interception for a touchdown, rushed one in from 5 yards out and kicked a 20 yard field goal on special teams. The Vikings defeated Hanover 34-14.
Sonny Hill, Hull: Hill rushed for a pair of touchdowns in a 41-18 victory over South Shore Voc-Tech. Hill also caught a 24 yard touchdown from Mack Murphy. Over 7 carries Hill rushed for 143 yards.
Vincent Burton, Blue Hills: For those keeping count, Burton scored his 400th career point in last weekend’s season opener against East Boston. He added another 24 points (three touchdowns, three two-point conversions) Friday in the 32-14 win over defending Division 5 champ Nantucket. He also rushed for 246 yards on 36 carries in the game, upping his season total to 404 yards. He’s currently at 3,738 yards.
Brandon Gomes, Bishop Connolly: The Cougars have never been above .500 in program history. Gomes helped changed that culture in leading the Cougars to their first ever 2-0 start, rushing for 164 yards on 18 carries and two touchdowns in the 26-0 rout of Cape Cod Tech. He’s rushed for three scores and 250 yards on the year.
Alex Guerrer, Latin Academy: After missing the season opener due to an ailing knee, Guerrer showed just how eager he was to get on the field in Friday’s wild 22-20 win over Madison Park. The 200-pound senior receiver had a career game, relentlessly snagging slant passes down the center of the field to the tune of nine catches for 195 yards and two touchdowns. He also hauled in the game-tying TD toss from Kyle Dance, who then ran in the winning conversion.
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