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GlobeSouth: Players of the Week, Top 10 football teams

High Five

Jake Farrell , Xaverian: The junior quarterback held strong in his postseason debut, with two rushing touchdowns and a 3-yard pass in a 51-28 Division 1 South quarterfinal win over Catholic Memorial Saturday. All his scores were in the first half.

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Kyle Horn , Pembroke: A 95-yard rush in the first quarter for the game’s second touchdown was the 6-foot-3 junior’s first score of the night. He finished with two, along with 155 yards rushing, as the Titans toppled Whitman-Hanson, 20-7, on Friday.

Dylan Oxsen , Plymouth South: Following his stellar regular season, the senior back carried the ball for 265 yards and four touchdowns to help eliminate Sharon from the postseason with a 35-7 Division 3 Southeast quarterfinal win on Friday.

Dimitri Revolus , Blue Hills: The senior back scored three of the Warriors’ four touchdowns — the longest a 48-yarder in the fourth quarter — in the Warriors’ 24-14 victory over Bristol-Plymouth in the Division 6 South quarterfinals. He had 145 yards rushing.

Jamal Williams , Brockton: The senior running back’s 30-yard rush for the game’s first touchdown sparked the Boxers as they posted six unanswered scores to begin a 48-6 win over Brookline on Friday. Williams (63 yards on eight carries) had two touchdowns.

Cappiello’s Top 10 teams

1. Xaverian (7-1); beat Catholic Memorial, 51-28

2. Mansfield (8-0); beat Wellesley, 31-14

3. Bridgewater-Raynham (5-2); beat Newton North, 41-7

4. Oliver Ames (8-0); beat Medfield, 49-14

5. Duxbury (5-2); lost to Needham, 42-28

6. Abington (7-1); beat Greater New Bedford, 20-0

7. Plymouth South (6-1); beat Sharon, 35-7

8. Stoughton (7-1); beat Hingham, 14-7

9. Cardinal Spellman (7-1); beat Dover Sherborn, 42-14

10. Plymouth North (6-2); beat Nauset, 34-14

Game of the week

Needham at Mansfield, Friday, 7 p.m.: Mike Panepinto and the Rockets have momentum after dispatching a strong Duxbury team, but 8-0 Mansfield is tested at quarterback, receiver, and on the ground with breakout running back Miguel Villar-Perez.

Week 10 slate

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

PLAYOFF GAMES

Friday

Division 1 South: Bridgewater-Raynham at Attleboro.

Division 2 South: Needham at Mansfield.

Division 3 Southeast: Dartmouth at Plymouth South; Plymouth North at Dighton-Rehoboth.

Division 3 Southwest: Hopkinton at Stoughton, 6; North Attleborough at Oliver Ames.

Division 4 South: Apponequet at Dennis-Yarmouth, 6; Holliston at Westwood.

Division 5 South: Cardinal Spellman at Abington; East Bridgewater at Old Rochester.

Division 6 South: Cohasset at Blue Hills; Millis-Hopedale at Diman Voc.

Saturday

Division 1 South: BC High at Xaverian, 1 p.m.

NON-PLAYOFF GAMES

Friday

Division 1 South: Brockton at Framingham; Newton North at New Bedford; Weymouth at Catholic Memorial.

Division 2 South: Braintree at Quincy, 4:30; King Philip at Marshfield.

Division 3 Southeast: Falmouth at Whitman-Hanson; Pembroke at Sandwich.

Division 3 Southwest: Milton at Hingham, 6:30 p.m.; Walpole at Medfield; Milford at North Quincy, 7:30 p.m.

Division 4 South: Norton at Hanover, 6 p.m; Dedham at Randolph; Foxborough at Wareham; Medway at Middleborough; Scituate at Bishop Stang.

Division 5 South: Archbishop Williams at Norwell; Rockland at Seekonk.

Division 6 South: Bishop Connolly at Southeastern; Hull at Carver;

Saturday

Division 2 South: Duxbury at Wellesley, 11 a.m.

Division 3 Southeast: Silver Lake at Sharon, 1

Division 3 Southwest: Bishop Feehan at Norwood, 1

Division 4 South: Canton at Coyle & Cassidy, 1 p.m.

Division 6 South: Cape Cod Tech at South Shore Voc, 1; Pope John Paul II at West Bridgewater, 1 p.m. (site: Bridgewater-Raynham)

ISL

Saturday

Thayer at St. Sebastian’s, 10:30 a.m.; Milton Academy at Nobles, 2 p.m.; Williston Northampton at Tabor, 2 p.m.

Peter Cappiello

Peter Cappiello can be reached at peter.cappiello@globe.com. Follow him on Twitter @petecapps.`
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