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GlobeWest: Players of the Week

High 5

Mike Abbruzzese , Natick: With 120 yards receiving and two touchdowns, the senior wideout was quarterback Troy Flutie’s favorite target in a 42-10 victory over Dedham.

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Chris Ahl , Millis/Hopedale: In a 30-14 win over Dover-Sherborn, the Mohawks’ speedy senior back rushed for 215 yards and three touchdowns on 22 carries.

Mike Elcock , Needham: The senior wide receiver snagged six passes for 98 yards and two touchdowns in a 21-0 win over Braintree. Elcock, who has committed to UMass Amherst to play lacrosse, also grabbed an interception in the victory for the Rockets.

Dana Parello , Waltham: The Hawks got 289 total yards — 168 rushing and 121 passing — as well as an interception from their senior quarterback/linebacker in a 12-0 shutout win over Dual County League Large Division rival Lincoln-Sudbury Regional.

Will Tejeda , Acton-Boxborough Regional: The senior running back had 187 yards and three touchdowns — including a 97-yard rumble — in the first half of a 34-25 win over Chelmsford. He finished with 197 yards on 10 carries.

Perry’s Top 10 teams

1. Natick (5-0), beat Dedham, 42-10

2. King Philip Regional (5-0), beat Franklin, 27-0

3. Needham (4-1), beat Braintree, 21-0

4. Acton-Boxborough Regional (4-1), beat Chelmsford, 34-25

5. Marlborough (5-0), beat Nashoba Regional, 28-24

6. Waltham (3-1), beat Lincoln-Sudbury Regional, 12-0

7. Concord-Carlisle (5-0), beat Weston, 42-21

8. Arlington (5-0), beat Winchester, 28-26

9. Hudson (5-0), beat Oakmont Regional, 20-14

10. Holliston (5-1), beat Medway, 33-19

Week 7 Slate

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

Friday

Groton at Rivers, 6 p.m.; Medfield at Holliston, 6; Reading at Belmont; 6; Weston at Boston Latin, 6:30; Milton at Natick; St. John’s High at Wachusett Regional; Mansfield at King Philip; Westford at Concord-Carlisle; Nashoba Regional at Leominster; Hudson at Algonquin Regional; Wellesley at Dedham; Lincoln-Sudbury at Acton-Boxborough; Wayland at Bedford; Woburn at Arlington; Maynard at Littleton; Ayer Shirley Regional at Lunenburg; Norton at Ashland; Millis/Hopedale at Bellingham; Dover-Sherborn at Hopkinton; Medway at Westwood; Burlington at Watertown; North Middlesex Regional at Marlborough; Oliver Ames at Milford; Fitchburg at Groton-Dunstable Regional; Franklin at North Attleborough.

Saturday

Assabet Valley Tech at Keefe Tech, 1 p.m.; Diman Regional Tech at Tri-County Regional Tech, 1; Waltham at Newton South, 1; Framingham at Newton North, 1; Lawrence Academy at Noble & Greenough, 1; Winchester at Lexington, 1:30; Nashoba Valley Tech at Blackstone Valley Tech, 2; Minuteman Tech at North Shore Tech, 2; Dexter at Hebron (Maine), 2; Shrewsbury at Westborough, 2; Belmont Hill at Thayer, 2; Middlesex at Roxbury Latin, 2:15; St. Mark’s at St. Sebastian’s, 2:15; Needham at Brookline, 5; Cardinal Spellman at Arlington Catholic, 6:30.

Game of the Week

Woburn (5-0) at Arlington (5-0), 7 p.m. Friday: This matchup will vault one team into sole possession of first place in the Middlesex League’s Liberty Division. Under coach John Dubzinski, and led by sophomore quarterback Frank Roche (eight rushing touchdowns), Arlington has been averaging 32.4 points per contest.

Phil Perry

Phil Perry can be reached at paperry27@gmail.com.
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