John Caliri, Whitman-Hanson: The senior quarterback was eight of 12 passing, for 223 yards and three touchdown passes in the 30-13 win over Apponequet.
Casey DeAndrade, East Bridgewater: In the 36-12 romp over Cohasset, the senior running back rushed for 132 yards, scored two touchdowns, and threw his first touchdown pass of the season.
Cam Hanley, Walpole: In a 14-0 victory over Norwood, the junior back scored one of the two touchdowns while rushing for nearly 100 yards.
Reilly Naton, Duxbury: The senior wide receiver scored three times, including a 72-yard catch-and-run to beat Xaverian 31-14.
Rob Rapoza, Mansfield: The junior back rushed for 127 yards on 11 carries while scoring three touchdowns in a 49-19 victory over Sharon.
Casey’s Top 10 teams
1. Duxbury (5-0); beat Xaverian, 31-14
2. Walpole (5-0); beat Norwood, 14-0
3. Xaverian (4-1); lost to Duxbury, 31-14
4. Weymouth (4-1); beat Newton North, 35-29
5. Mansfield (4-1); beat Sharon, 49-19
6. Bridgewater-Raynham (3-1); beat New Bedford, 20-14
7. Cardinal Spellman (5-0); beat Coyle & Cassidy, 35-0
8. Whitman-Hanson (4-1); beat Apponequet, 30-13
9. East Bridgewater (5-0); beat Cohasset 36-12
10. Blue Hills (5-0); beat South Boston, 40-8
Week 6 slate
(Games at 7 unless noted.)
Dennis-Yarmouth at Marshfield; Plymouth North at Nauset; Sandwich at Plymouth South; Milton at Needham; Weymouth at Natick; Foxborough at Oliver Ames; Attleboro at Mansfield; Blue Hills at Southeastern; West Bridgewater at Nantucket; Quincy at Hanover; Wareham at Dighton-Rehoboth; Abington at Mashpee; Cohasset at Rockland; Hull at Norwell; East Bridgewater at Carver; Apponequet at Durfee; Duxbury at Scituate; Seekonk at Cardinal Spellman; Thayer at Nobles, 7:30.
Old Colony at Holbrook/Avon, 11; South Shore Vo-Tech at Upper Cape, 11; Canton at Sharon, 1; Silver Lake at Hingham, 1; Brockton at Pinkerton, 1; Dedham at Braintree, 1; Cape Cod Tech at Randolph, 1; La Salle (R.I.) at Bridgewater-Raynham, 2; Norwood at Newton North, 2; Xaverian at Everett, 2; Walpole at Wellesley, 2; Buckingham, Browne & Nichols at Milton Academy, 2:30; Middleborough at North Quincy, 4.
Game of the week
Xaverian at Everett (Saturday, 2). Two of the most redoubtable teams in the state will collide for this nonleague tilt. Xaverian (4-1) is hungry for a win after dropping its first game of the season, 31-14, to Duxbury. The defending Division 1 champs Crimson Tide (5-0), playing for a Division 1A berth this season, would like nothing better than to make a statement. Everett senior QB Jonathan DiBiaso will be staring down the Hawks’ powerful junior lineman, Mo Hurst, all afternoon.
Compiled by Colleen Casey