Ten Top Football Performers Week 3 - 2014
Welcome to our third week of coverage for the 2014 Massachusetts football season. This week we highlighted 10 of the top performances in Massachusetts for the prior week of action.
This week was our most challenging of the young season, and it only gets more difficult from here. With the addition of the private school players to the mix it opened up the ballgame for a big crop of fantastic performers. The performances in Week 3 were off the charts and we are excited to see what week four brings.
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"10" Top Performances
Tyler Harrington ’15 – Harrington helped open and close holes for Governor’s Academy on both sides on the line in their 28-20 opening day win over Lawrence Academy. Read more about Harrington’s stellar performance here.
Not to be outdone was our next nine to shine
Austin Burton ’17 – QB – Newton South – The junior quarterback threw for 451 yards and five touchdowns as he led Newton South to a 49-20 win over Boston Latin. Burton also distributed his scoring strikes to five different Lion receivers.
Azar Swain '17 - WR / DB - Rivers School - The sophomore two-sport star (basketball) scored the game-winning touchdown on a 5-yard TD run in a 13-7 victory over Nobles. Swain also scored teh other touchdown for Rivers and sealed teh game with an interception late in the win.
Christian Brady ’15 – QB – Scituate – The senior signal caller scored six touchdowns and amassed 223 yards of offense in a 56-20 victory over Dennis-Yarmouth.
Drew Jean-Guillaume ’15 – QB - Shepherd Hill – The senior quarterback and elite athlete ran the football only four times for 225 yards and three touchdowns. He did this in just one half of football, as he helped lead Shepherd Hill to a 28-14 win over Gardner.
Koby Schofer '16 – QB – Northridge – The junior quarterback absolutely lit it up this past weekend in a 49-26 victory over Tantasqua. He accounted for all seven TDs and totaled 447 yards (225 passing, 222 rushing). He also added an interception on the defensive side of the ball.
Logan Lee ’15 – QB – St. Mark’s School – Lee started of his 2014 campaign on the right note, as he passed for 300 yards and four touchdowns in a 28-21 win over Middlesex.
Mark Wright ’15 – RB – Auburn - Wright makes it an impressive three straight appearances on this list this season. Teams cannot stop Wright this season as he exploded for 393 rushing yards to go with four TDs in a win over Oakmont.
Nick Athy ’15 – QB - Holliston – Athy passed for 151 yards and a touchdown and also ran for 132 yards and three more touchdowns as he made his second consecutive appearance on our list in a 43-21 victory over Milford.
Sam Randle '17 – RB – The Concord-Carlisle sophomore running back rushed for 167 yards and five touchdowns as Concord-Carlisle defeated Lexington, 35-22 on Friday night.
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