Sal Frelick, Lexington — The senior standout continued his dominant 2017 campaign, this time slicing up Belmont, 56-14. He ran for scores of 65, 30, 80, and 82 yards, and connected with trusty target Anthony Bianchi on a pair of TD passes of 80 and 15 yards.
David Carreiro, Haverhill — In a 43-26 loss to Andover, the junior impressed, galloping for touchdowns of 74, 57, and 84 yards.
Cedric Gillette, Andover — The senior had 240 all-purpose yards and scored three TDs to help the Golden Warriors top Haverhill. He had eight catches for 132 yards and TD receptions of 26 and 29 yards, and returned a kickoff 87 yards for another score.
Shiloh White, Wellesley — The freshman running back was the catalyst offensively for the Raiders on Saturday. He racked up 192 yards on the ground and had TD runs of 6 and 35 yards in the Raiders 42-0 win over Norwood.
Darren Watson, North Andover — The junior was a jack of all trades in the Scarlet Knights 35-7 win over Dracut on Friday night. He had four receptions for 80 yards and a 30-yard touchdown while also carrying the ball seven times for 110 yards and 20-yard TD run.
Eric DeMayo, Peabody — The senior fullback was a force for the Tanners over the weekend. On 17 carries, he tallied 131 yards and two touchdowns on a 40-yard run and a 30-yard interception return as Peabody shutout Malden, 40-0.
Chad Peterson, North Attleboro — The senior quarterback did all of his damage on the ground, running for touchdowns of 4, 1 and 2 yards to help the Red Rocketeers clinch their third straight Hockomock-Davenport title in a 35-21 win over Stoughton.
Sam Swift, Arlington — The junior kicker had a pair of field goals of 30 and 31 yards in addition to a PAT to help give his team a leg up in a 19-15 upset of No. 12 Reading.
Mickey Ricard, Billerica — To cap off a game in which he had 21 tackles and four sacks, the senior defensive end forced a fourth-quarter fumble, recovered it and went 48 yards for the game-winning touchdown in the Indians’ 14-7 win over Waltham.
Smith Charles, Milton — The speedy junior running back, and reigning state 100 meter champion, totaled four touchdowns — on a 19-yard reception and runs of 3, 3 and 1 yards — and the host Wildcats (4-1) needed every one in a 36-28 victory Friday night over Bay State Conference foe Walpole.
Phil Lashley, Silver Lake — The senior running back had 185 rushing yards and scored three touchdowns on runs of 65 and 40 yards and a 40-yard scoring reception to pave the way for a 30-6 Lakers victory at Plymouth North.
Alex Cohen, Plymouth South — The senior finished 10-of-16 passing for 201 yards and TDs of 4 and 11 yards, adding 15 rushes for 120 yards, as the host Panthers held on for a 27-21 victory over North Quincy.
Rob Evans, Dennis-Yarmouth — The senior rushed 23 times for 261 yards and TD runs of 1, 45 (on his longest rush of the game) and 24 yards in the Dolphins’ 43-16 rout over Marshfield.
Devin Hassett, Foxborough — The senior quarterback accounted for 290 yards of offense, but could not prevent the Warriors from dropping a 30-24 heartbreaker to Milford. He rushed for 201 yards, including a 71-yard sprint in the second quarter to set up a score on the next play.
Matt Mortellite, Lynnfield — The senior was nearly perfect passing on the night, going 16-for-20 with 248 yards and TD passes of 45 and 35 yards to Jay Ndansi while passing for a pair of two-point conversions. He also rushed 5 times for 28 yards and a pair of scores as the Pioneers came from behind to beat Ipswich, 54-29.
Kevin Bradley Jr. and Mark Iamele, Whittier Tech — The senior classmates teamed up on 11 and 17-yard connections for scores in a 41-15 win over Essex Tech. Bradley finished 12-of-16 for 173 yards and 4 touchdowns for the host Wildcats (4-2). Iamele added a fumble recovery for a touchdown in the win.
Billy Whelan, Hamilton-Wenham — The senior signal-caller rallied the undefeated Generals (6-0) from a 14-6 halftime deficit by throwing four touchdowns, including three in the second half. Whelen sealed the 29-22 victory when he marched his team 95 yards with less than two minutes left and hit Mike Crowley with a 4-yard TD toss with 11 seconds left.
Cory Bright, Bishop Fenwick — The junior quarterback broke the school’s single-season record for TDs in the Crusaders’ 35-8 victory. He completed 13 of 18 passes for 203 yards and scoring tosses of 15, 15, and 40 yards to go along with an 18-yard scoring run, giving him 30 TDs on the season.
Terry and Shane Smith, Seekonk — The quarterback/receiver duo combined for five of their team’s seven touchdowns on passes of 79, 52, 65, 55, 35 and 35 yards to lead the Warriors (4-2) to a 47-19 win over Bourne.
Patrick Fitzgerald, Latin Academy — The senior made scoring catches of 17 and 8 yards and ran for a 32-yard TD in a 19-18 win over Brighton. He tallied the go-ahead score on his 8-yard TD grab with 35.2 seconds left in regulation and had an interception in the final seconds to seal the game for the Dragons (3-3).
Xavier Gonsalves, Mashpee — The junior kicked a field goal, recovered a fumble, and had two sacks in a 25-0 win over Nantucket to keep the Falcons (6-0) undefeated.
Khalil Blair, Cathedral — The senior scored four touchdowns on runs of 40 and 75 yards and caught two more for 50 and 65 yards in a 52-6 win over Matignon. He finished with 320 total yards, all of which came in the first half.
Shane Fougere and Chris Campbell, South Shore Voc-Tech — Fougere rushed for 190 yards and TDs of 35, 87 and 39 yards on 11 carries while Campbell went completed 5 of 11 passes for 208 yards and TDs of 60, 20 and 9 yards as the Vikings scored 42 unanswered points in a 48-30 win over Blue Hills.
Bryce Latosek, Millis — The quarterback completed 11 of 17 passes for 150 yards and TDs of 27, 31 and 75 yards to lead Millis past Dover-Sherborn, 31-6.
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John Grady, Nobles — The junior signal-caller showed great poise in a 34-30 thriller over Roxbury Latin, running for touchdowns of 26 and 5 yards, the latter for the go-ahead score in the fourth quarter.
Tyler Pereira, Suffield — The junior running back accumulated 293 yards on just 13 carries in a 42-13 drubbing of Phillips Exeter, finding the end zone four times including a 98-yard run.
Correspondents Brandan Blom, Karl Capen, Cole McNanna, Owen Pence, Lenny Rowe, Dan Shulman, and Nate Weitzer also contributed to this story.