GlobeSouth: Players of the Week, Top 10 football teams

High Five

Brandon Gallagher , Bridgewater-Raynham: The junior back quickly put last week’s defeat in the rear-view mirror, tearing through New Bedford for 232 yards and three touchdowns on 20 carries in a 32-0 win.

Bobby Maimaron , Duxbury: After starting QB Sean McCarthy was sidelined four minutes into Saturday’s game against Silver Lake with an ankle injury, the freshman stepped in and threw two touchdown passes (22 and 7 yards) in the Dragons’ 29-0 road shutout.


Connor Moriarty , Walpole: Following a one-sided defeat to Needham last week, the Rebels bounced back on the shoulders of their senior running back, who ran for two touchdowns (19 and 4 yards), in addition to hauling in a 32-yard scoring pass in a 49-20 win over Dedham.

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Dylan Oxsen , Plymouth South: The senior back went to the sidelines twice with an injury (ankle) during his team’s 21-14 win Plymouth North. But he finished the night with 150 yards on 20 carries, including a touchdown and an 88-yard pick-six.

Kyle Wisnieski , Mansfield: Connecting on 11 of his 16 passes, the quarterback fired a pair of touchdown passes to fellow senior Michael Hershman, a 28-yarder in the second quarter and a 23-yarder in the fourth — on a third-and-19 call — as the Hornets crushed North Attleborough, 35-14.

Cappiello’s Top 10 teams

1. Xaverian (2-1); lost to Barnstable, 15-14


2. Bridgewater-Raynham (3-1); beat New Bedford, 32-0

3. Mansfield (3-0); beat North Attleborough, 35-14

4. Duxbury (2-1); beat Silver Lake, 29-0

5. Walpole (2-1); beat Dedham, 49-20

6. Plymouth South (3-0); beat Plymouth North, 21-14


7. Abington (2-1); beat Randolph, 27-0

8. Brockton (2-1); beat Catholic Memorial, 26-12

9. Stoughton (3-0); beat Milford, 41-20

10. Cardinal Spellman (3-0); beat Archbishop Williams, 21-7

Week 5 slate

(All games at 7 p.m. unless noted otherwise)

Friday: Thayer at Groton, 5:15 p.m.; Milford at Canton, 6 p.m.; Plymouth South at Dennis-Yarmouth, 6 p.m.; Abington at Cohasset; Bishop Fenwick at Cardinal Spellman; Blue Hills at Diman; Brockton at BC High; Case at Wareham; Dedham at Milton; Dover-Sherborn at Norton; Duxbury at Hingham; Holliston at Westwood; Mansfield at Attleboro; Mashpee at Hull; Middleborough at Pembroke; Monomoy at Carver; Nauset at Marshfield; North Quincy at Hanover; Oliver Ames at Stoughton; Quincy at Silver Lake; Randolph at East Bridgewater; Rockland at Norwell; Sharon at Foxborough; Southeastern at Bristol Plymouth

Saturday: Holbrook/Avon at West Bridgewater, 2 p.m.; Nantucket at South Shore Voc-Tech, 2 p.m.; Natick at Norwood, 2 p.m.; Catholic Memorial at Xaverian, 2:15 p.m.; Walpole at Wellesley, 2:30 p.m.; Braintree at Newton North, 3 p.m.; Nobles at Middlesex, 3 p.m.; Lawrence Academy at Milton Academy, 3:30 p.m.; Weymouth at Brookline, 6 p.m.; St. Mary’s at Archbishop Williams; Tabor at Westminster

Game of the week

Oliver Ames at Stoughton, Friday, 3:45 p.m. – The surging Black Hawks (38.3 points per game) host Hockomock Davenport rival Oliver Ames, which also remains undefeated through three contests. Senior back Malachi Baugh is tied for second in the division with eight touchdowns and 50 points. Oliver Ames senior Matthew Berksza has four touchdowns and 26 points. Peter Cappiello

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