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GlobeWest: Players of the Week, Top 10 boys’ and girls’ soccer teams

High 5

Lorran Cancado , Framingham: The senior forward scored twice and assisted on the other goal as the Flyers beat Bay State Conference rival Weymouth, 3-1.

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Katja Dunlap , Arlington: The senior scored twice as the Spy Ponders took down an always-tough Winchester team, 3-2, to stay undefeated.

Justin Kaplan , Medway: With a goal and two assists, the senior striker led the Mustangs to a runaway victory over Medfield, 5-0.

Max Marks , Wayland: The Warriors’ junior goalie saved a penalty kick on the way to his first career shutout, a 1-0 win over Boston Latin.

Kaila Sullivan , Arlington Catholic: The senior scored three times to lead the Cougars to a 5-0 win over Matignon.

Top 10 Boys’ teams

(Records through Wednesday, with next game)

1. Needham (3-0-1); vs. Weymouth, Tuesday, 7:15 p.m.

2. Wellesley (3-1); at Norwood, Tuesday, 3:45

3. Medway (3-0); at Bellingham, Monday, 6:45

4. Groton-Dunstable Regional (1-0-2); vs. Hopkinton, Monday, 4

5. Concord-Carlisle (2-1); at Bedford, Wednesday, 3:45

6. Acton-Boxborough Regional (1-0-1); at Everett, Monday, 7

7. Framingham (4-0); vs. Braintree, Tuesday, 3:45

8. Belmont (4-0); vs. Woburn, Monday, 3:45

9. Watertown (3-1); at Stoneham, Monday, 3:45

10. Holliston (4-0); TBA

Top 10 girls’ teams

1. Franklin (4-1); at North Attleborough, Tuesday, 3:30 p.m.

2. Lincoln-Sudbury Regional (3-0-1); at Lexington, Wednesday, 4

3. Newton North (4-0); vs. Brookline, Tuesday, 3:45

4. Dover-Sherborn (4-0); at Ashland, Monday, 3:30

5. Medfield (2-1-1); at Bellingham, Wednesday, 6:45

6. Needham (2-1-1); at Weymouth, Tuesday, 6

7. Nashoba Regional (3-0-1); vs. Wachusett Regional, Tuesday, 7

8. Concord-Carlisle (3-0); at Natick, Monday, 4

9. Acton-Boxborough Regional (3-1); at Waltham, Wednesday, 4

10. Arlington (4-0); vs. Reading Memorial, Monday, 3:45

Girls’ Game of the week

Lincoln-Sudbury (3-0-1) at Lexington (1-0-1), Wednesday, 4 p.m.: Lexington is off to a good start under new head coach Eric Driscoll while the Warriors, who averaged allowing less than a goal per game last season, have allowed just one goal through four games this fall.

Jason Mastrodonato can be reached at
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