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Needham’s Tyler Reid headlines Week 5 Players of the Week

Need ham’s Tyler Reid (25) squeezes through a seam in Braintree’s defense en route to one of his scoring runs in last Friday’s 28-8 win over Braintree. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff

Division 1

Anthony Bianchi, Lexington — With four rushing touchdowns and passing scores of 10 and 52 yards, the senior captain accounted for every score in the Minutemen’s 46-21 win over Arlington.

Wesley Correa, Methuen — The senior wide receiver caught five balls for 115 yards, including a 45-yard touchdown with 40 seconds remaining to complete the Rangers’ fourth-quarter comeback in a 20-17 win over Andover.

Tyler Reid, Needham — The junior running back rushed for touchdowns of 15 and 4 yards, adding a 16-yard touchdown reception to total 120 scrimmage yards in the Rockets 28-8 win over Braintree.

Division 2

Latrell Canto, New Bedford — The 5-foot-10, 209 pound senior running back paced the Whalers to their first win of the season — rushing for 165 yards, including a 53-yard touchdown in a 38-34 victory over Bishop Feehan.


Robby Violissi, Marshfield — The junior running back scored four touchdowns — all in the first half — as the Rams charged out to a 34-6 halftime advantage en route to a comfortable 41-6 victory over Sandwich.

Ryan Halliday, King Philip — The junior tailback helped the Warriors bounce back from last week’s defeat to Mansfield, rushing for 134 yards and a touchdown on 25 carries in a 35-14 win over Hockomock League rival Franklin.

Division 3

Colby Pires, Milford — The junior quarterback threw for 302 yards and four touchdowns (12, 52, 48, and 32 yards) while completing 17 of 26 passes as the Scarlet Hawks (1-4) routed Sharon, 42-7, for their first win of the season.

Matt McCarthy, Danvers — Another week, another dominant showing for the senior jack of all trades for the Falcons (5-0). McCarthy racked up 239 yards on the ground with touchdown runs of 6, 52, and 9 out in a 29-20 Northeast Conference win over Lynn Classical.

John Roberts, Duxbury — The Dragons (5-0) remain on track for their 11th straight Patriot League Keenan Division title after their senior quarterback threw for 244 yards and ran for 66 more, throwing a touchdown pass and rushing for another in a decisive 38-20 win over Hingham (3-1).


Division 4

Darius McNeil, Revere — The senior rushed for 122 yards and two touchdowns, recorded eight tackles, a sack, and a fumble recovery in the Patriots’ 27-21 overtime win over Medford.

Cameron Jones, Wayland — The junior returned the opening kickoff of the Warriors’ 37-0 win over Newton South 80 yards for a touchdown, returned a punt 60 yards for another score, and added a 17-yard touchdown reception.

Peter Marino, Wilimington — The senior rushed for 249 yards and three touchdowns on 19 carries in a 33-7 victory over defending Division 5 North champion Watertown.

Division 5

Falmouth’s offensive line — LT Ethan Harper, LG David Doherty, C Terrell Roballo, RG Chad Lennox, and RT Colby Davis paved the way as the Clippers gained 405 yards on the ground — including senior Jake Murphy’s 301 yards and four touchdowns — in their 46-22 win over Dennis-Yarmouth.

Junior Uga, Weston — The senior had four interceptions for the Wildcats in a 43-13 win over Georgetown. Uga also rushed for 139 yards and two scores on offense.

Tyler Dussault, Bedford — The junior carried the ball 11 times for 139 yards and four touchdowns as the Buccaneers snapped a nine-game losing streak with a 41-21 win over Boston Latin.

Division 6

Christos Argyropoulos, Stoneham — The Spartans’ workhorse running back was a touchdown machine yet again, scoring four times on the ground in Stoneham’s 40-14 win over Melrose to increase his season total to 13 touchdowns.


Nicholas McDermott, East Bridgewater — The junior running back powered the offense, turning 15 carries into 164 yards and three touchdowns and adding 22 receiving yards and a score in the Vikings’ 42-14 win over Middleborough.

Ethan Almeida, Greater New Bedford — The dual-threat quarterback threw for 65 yards and a touchdown but wreaked havoc on the ground, running for 149 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries as the Bears beat Martha’s Vineyard, 27-14, for their first win of the season.

Division 7

Danny Silva, Case — The junior had a monster game in a 56-15 win over Seekonk with five touchdowns. Silva was 5-0f-10 passing for 153 yards and two TD’s, and rushed for 126 yards and three scores.

Jack Neil, Bourne — The senior caught TD passes of 18 and 17 yards from James Cahoon and had a 40-yard pick-6 to power the Canalmen (4-1) to a 47-19 win over Fairhaven.

Jalen Echevarria, St. Mary’s — Echevarria was key in the Spartans’ 28-12 win over Arlington Catholic as he rushed for a 48-yard TD and caught a 27-yard pass from Derek O’Leary.

Division 8

Marcus Gonzales, TechBoston — Carrying the offense for a second straight week, the senior quarterback rushed for 328 yards and two touchdowns of 12 and 93 yards while racking up two sacks on defense in the Bears’ 30-0 win over Brighton.


Christian Keeling, West Bridgewater — In the Wildcats’ 33-14 win over Upper Cape, the senior piled up 101 yards on 18 carries and scored three touchdowns of 1, 15, and 20 yards.

Kenneth Rezendes, Matignon/St. Joseph’s Prep — The senior finished with 150 yards and four touchdowns on the ground on just 14 carries in the Warriors’ 35-0 win over Cathedral. Rezendes added a 26-yard pick-6 and six tackles on defense.


Jack Schneider, Thayer Academy — The junior wide receiver caught nine passes for 276 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the Tigers’ 34-14 win over Rivers.

Billy Seidl, St. Sebastian’s — Three total touchdowns — two through the air and one on the ground — from the senior quarterback kept the Arrows undefeated. He totaled 162 rushing yards in the 23-3 win over BB&N.

Kobe Briand, Brooks — In its 31-6 victory over St. George’s, Brooks turned to the 6-2 wide receiver. The junior hauled in a pair of touchdown passes and racked up 102 receiving yards.

Compiled by Jake Caccavaro, Brandon Chase, Mike Kotsopoulos, Jake Levin, Lenny Rowe, Steve Sousa, and Nate Weitzer.