Mathias Villafane, Central Catholic — One of the most dynamic talents in the Merrimack Valley Conference, the senior wideout snared touchdown passes of 40, 44 and 23-yards and amassed 130 yards in a 44-14 rout of Billerica.
Aise Pream, St. John’s Prep — The quick junior running back was a nightmare for the Malden Catholic defense in a 35-0 shutout. Pream ran for 115 yards and two scores, adding a third on a 27-yard reception from quarterback Matt Crowley.
Jordan Perdomo, Methuen — The senior quarterback flaunted a diverse game in a 42-14 victory over Haverhill, running for four touchdowns and throwing for a fifth while kicking the team’s extra points and scurrying for 90 yards on 17 carries.
Peter Kitsakos, Masconomet — The senior running back did all the work for the Chieftains, rushing for 136 yards and three touchdowns on 10 carries in their 35-7 victory over Pentucket.
Bryce Shaw, Bridgewater-Raynham — The senior tailback dominated the second half for the Trojans, scoring two touchdowns and running for 157 yards on 22 carries in the team’s 13-0 win over Chelmsford.
James Dillon, Lincoln-Sudbury — It didn’t take long for the running back to make a massive impact Thursday night. The junior rushed for 139 yards and two touchdowns in the Warriors 55-7 win over Westford.
John Roberts, Duxbury — Five first-half touchdown passes for the junior quarterback were all the Dragons needed to top Plymouth North, 35-6.
Ethan Phelps, Whitman-Hanson — The junior quarterback ran for three touchdowns, including a dazzling 45-yard sprint in the second quarter, and threw for one more as the Panthers toppled Quincy, 41-14.
Matt Severance, Lynn English — In addition to three passing touchdowns, the junior signal-caller added several timely tackles from his free safety position in the Bulldogs’ 46-22 rout of Saugus.
Nate Ellis, Darmouth — The senior signal caller ran for 128 yards and two touchdowns and threw for another score in a 27-7 victory over Durfee.
Ryan Kelleher, Hopkinton — Kelleher tossed three touchdowns, including a 5-yard strike to Will Abbott to put the Hillers ahead of host Medfield in a Tri-Valley League clash. Then the senior denied Medfield’s 2-point conversion attempt to preserve a 22-20 victory.
Graham Smith, Melrose — With a 73-yard touchdown on a quarterback draw in the first quarter, the senior quarterback set the tone for Melrose in a key 27-13 win at Wilmington.
Mange Camara, Watertown — The junior rushed for 180 yards and three touchdowns on 18 carries in the Raiders’ 35-20 victory over Burlington. Camara’s scores all came on long runs - of 42, 47, and 65-yards.
Geoffrey Jamiel, Dennis-Yarmouth — The freshman reeled in 10 catches for 214 yards and three touchdowns as the Dolphins remained unbeaten with a 34-7 win at Pembroke. Jamiel’s longest grab went for 80-yards and a score.
Gates Kelliher, Falmouth -- The senior had a dominant two-way performance in the Clippers’ 51-7 bounce-back win over Sandwich. Kelliher rushed for 170 yards and three touchdowns on just 10 carries in the first half alone. On defense, he made 10 tackles, two for a loss.
Ian Coffey, Hamilton-Wenham — In a 42-12 win over Amesbury, the sophomore rushed for touchdowns of 64, 18, and 33 yards in a 10-carry, 192-yard effort for the 4-0 Generals.
Zack Sharland, Rockland — The senior tight end caught three passes for 68 yards — two for TDs — to help Rockland (3-1) top Carver, 41-14. Sharland also grabbed an interception from his position at defensive end, which he returned 34-yards for another score.
Tre Pignone, Stoneham — The senior tailback touched the ball 13 times, accounting for 159 yards while scoring twice and converting a two-point conversion. His 61-yard jaunt helped the Spartans (4-0) top Wakefield, 36-6.
Calvin Johnson, St. Mary’s — The senior scored four touchdowns for the Spartans (4-0) — one passing and three rushing — in a 48-8 win over Cardinal Spellman.
John Knowlton and Spencer Rose, Bourne —The duo drove the Canalmen (2-2) to a 35-28 win over Martha’s Vineyard, with two touchdowns apiece.
Michael Barrows, Mashpee — The junior had two receiving touchdowns – a 12-yarder from Jacob Johnston and a 54-yarder from Xavier Gonsalves - in a 33-15 win over Cohasset for the 4-0 Falcons.
Keoni Gaskin and Steffan Gravely, Lynn Tech - Gaskin rushed for three touchdowns and 153 yards on seven carries, Saturday, while Gravely added 131 yards and another touchdown on just six rushes in a 48-12 win over Minuteman.
Devan Harrison, Saint John Paul II - Harrison threw for 211 yards and three touchdowns on 16 completions as the Lions defeated Cathedral for the second time in the last nine years, 30-18.
Bryce Latosek and P.J. Adams, Millis - Latosek threw four touchdown passes, three of which went to Adams, in the Mohawks 27-13 win over Medway. Adams finished with 124 yards on eight receptions.
Governor’s Academy Defense — The unit was a force in a 34-28 nail-biting victory over Milton Academy. Governor’s opened the contest with an interception by senior linebacker Trevor Durkin and junior Joe Pridgen’s strip-sack that was returned 60-yards for a touchdown by sophomore Kevin Lemieux.
Devin Marrocco, BB&N - The senior back from Winchester churned out 101 yards on 27 carries in Buckingham Browne & Nichols’ 21-0 ISL win over Belmont Hill. He also booted an extra point.
Michael Phelps, St. Sebastian’s - The freshman quarterback from Natick shined in his first varsity start, slinging four touchdowns and throwing for 189 yards in a 48-18 rout of Tabor.Correspondents Brandan Blom, Karl Capen, Cole McNanna, Owen Pence, and Nate Weitzer also contributed to this story.