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Nov. 4 Weekend Stars

Here are some standout individual performances at both the high school and college level from over the weekend.

Players listed alphabetically.

Brendan Burke and Matt Griffin, Quaboag: These two helped their team improve to 5-3 for the first time in a 14-8 comeback win over Southbridge. Griffin, a junior, had 10 tackles and an interception, and Burke, a freshman, had nine tackles to lead the team defensively.

Piero Canales, Daniel Oluwausyi and Taj White, KIPP Academy: In a 35-8 win over Charlestown, Canales completed 4-of-7 passes for 88 yards and two touchdowns to up his season totals to 422 yards and seven scores. Oluwausyi rushed for 147 yards and two touchdowns on six carries. He now has 812 yards and nine touchdowns. White caught four passes for 55 yards and a touchdown to up his total to 19 receptions for 255 yards and five receiving scores (eight total).

Noah Callery and Anthony Franco, Doherty: In his team's 50-40 loss to Shepherd Hill, Callery completed 20-of-27 passes for 3…

Oct. 30 MIAA Top 25

Our statewide MIAA top 25. Find a more detailed look at the rankings here.

1. Catholic Memorial (7-0)
2. St. John's Prep (6-1) 3. Central Catholic (6-1) 4. Springfield Central (5-2) 5. Mansfield (6-1) 6. Everett (6-1) 7. St John's (S) (5-2) 8. Wachusett (7-0) 9. Natick (7-0) 10. King Philip (6-1) 11. Doherty (7-0)
12. Tewksbury (6-1) 13. Canton (7-0) 14. Melrose (7-0)
15. Danvers (7-0)
16. Revere (7-0)
17. Reading (6-1)
18. Wellesley (6-1)
19. Lynn English (5-2) 20. Duxbury (5-2)
21. Stoughton (6-1)
22. Franklin (5-2)
23. BC High (4-3)
24. Brockton (4-3)
25. Milton (7-0)
First 15 out (in alphabetical order)
Amherst (7-0); Andover (5-2); Ashland (7-0); Barnstable (5-2); Cardinal Spellman (6-0); Concord-Carlisle (7-0); Hingham (6-1); Holliston (6-1); Lynn Classical (5-2); Marblehead (5-2); New Bedford (6-1); North Andover (4-3); Rockland (7-0); Shepherd Hill (5-2); Wayland (6-1)

Oct. 28 Weekend Stars

Here are some standout individual performances at both the high school and college level from over the weekend.

Players listed alphabetically.

Bilal Ally, UMass: In his team's 56-35 loss to UConn, Ally carried the ball 25 times for 159 yards — including one of 63 — and two touchdowns.

JD Antaya, Blackstone Valley Tech: In a 41-20 win over Littleton, this senior running back/cornerback rushed for two touchdowns, returned a kickoff for a score, and played shutdown defense.

Ayir Asante, Holy Cross: In a 31-10 win over Colgate, this wide receiver caught four passes for 144 yards and touchdowns of 31 and 58 yards.

John Barros and Chase Vaughan, Milton: In a 34-15 win over Newton North, Barros, a senior running back/linebacker, rushed 10 times for 104 yards and a touchdown, caught five passes for 158 yards and a touchdown, and made eight tackles, one for loss, and a sack on defense. Vaughan, a sophomore quarterback, completed 17-of-30 passes for 345 yards and two touchdowns. It is his secon…

Oct. 22 MIAA Top 25

Our statewide MIAA top 25. Find a more detailed look at the rankings here.

1. Catholic Memorial (7-0)
2. St. John's Prep (6-1) 3. Central Catholic (5-1) 4. Springfield Central (4-2) 5. Mansfield (5-1) 6. Everett (6-1) 7. St John's (S) (4-2) 8. Wachusett (6-0) 9. Natick (6-0) 10. King Philip (5-1) 11. Doherty (6-0)
12. Tewksbury (5-1) 13. Canton (6-0) 14. Melrose (6-0)
15. Danvers (6-0)
16. New Bedford (6-0)
17. Revere (6-0)
18. Marblehead (5-1)
19. Nashoba (5-1) 20. Lincoln-Sudbury (5-1)
21. Reading (5-1)
22. Wellesley (5-1)
23. Lynn English (4-2)
24. Duxbury (5-2)
25. Stoughton (5-1)
First 15 out (in alphabetical order)
Amherst (6-0); Andover (4-2); Ashland (6-0); Barnstable (4-2); BC High (3-3); Brockton (3-3); Cardinal Spellman (6-0); Concord-Carlisle (6-0); Franklin (4-2); Holliston (5-1); Lynn Classical (4-2); Milton (6-0); Minnechaug (6-0); North Andover (3-3); Rockland (7-0)

Oct. 21 Weekend Stars

Here are some standout individual performances at both the high school and college level from over the weekend.

Players listed alphabetically.

David Bailey, Boston College: In the Eagles' 45-24 win over NC State, this sophomore running back had the best game of his young career, as he had 182 yards and touchdown runs of 54 and 48 yards, averaging 11.3 yards per carry.

Shahid Barros, New Bedford:Did this.

Grant Buchanan, Bentley: This kicker from Holliston booted three field goals in the fourth quarter, the final one as time expired to give the Falcons a 30-27 win over Stonehill.

Brendan Burke, Quaboag: In a 43-0 win over David Prouty Saturday, this freshman fullback and middle linebacker carried the ball 13 times for 119 yards and two touchdowns, and made nine tackles and two sacks on defense.

Piero Canales and Danyul Oluwasuyi, KIPP Academy: In a 40-6 win over Keefe Tech, Canales had seven carries for 169 yards and two touchdowns, and Oluwasuyi rushed for 171 yards and two touchdowns …

Oct. 15 MIAA Top 25

Our statewide MIAA top 25. Find a more detailed look at the rankings here.

1. Catholic Memorial (6-0)
2. St. John's Prep (5-1) 3. Central Catholic (4-1) 4. Springfield Central (3-2) 5. Mansfield (4-1) 6. Everett (5-1) 7. St John's (S) (3-2) 8. Wachusett (5-0) 9. Natick (5-0) 10. King Philip (4-1) 11. Holliston (5-0) 12. Doherty (5-0) 13. Tewksbury (4-1)
14. Marblehead (5-0) 15. Canton (5-0) 16. Melrose (5-0) 17. Danvers (5-0) 18. New Bedford (5-0) 19. Revere (5-0)
20. Nashoba (4-1)
21. Lincoln-Sudbury (4-1)
22. Reading (4-1)
23. Wellesley (4-1)
24. BC High (3-2)
25. Lynn English (3-2)
First 15 out (in alphabetical order)
Amherst (5-0); Barnstable (3-2); Beverly (3-2); Bishop Fenwick (5-0); Brockton (2-3); Concord-Carlisle (5-0); Duxbury (4-2); Lynn Classical (3-2); Milton (5-0); Minnechaug (5-0); North Andover (2-3); Rockland (6-0); Shepherd Hill (4-1); Stoughton (4-1); Winchester (5-0)

Oct. 14 Weekend Stars

Here are some standout individual performances at both the high school and college level from over the weekend.

Players listed alphabetically.

Isaac Boston, Springfield Central: This senior touched the ball four times in the Golden Eagles' 60-0 win over Holyoke and scored three touchdowns with 259 all-purpose yards.

Matt Crowley and Matt Duchemin, St. John's Prep: Crowley completed 11-of-19 passes for 302 yards and four touchdowns in his team's 34-32 loss to Catholic Memorial. Duchemin had over 200 all-purpose yards with five receptions for 172 yards and two touchdowns. He also played every snap at cornerback.

Chris Cusolito, Melrose: This running back put up 173 yards and three touchdowns on eight carries behind one of the best offensive lines in the area in a 35-6 win over Woburn.

Connor Degenhardt, Holy Cross: The Westford native had his best game of the season in the Crusaders' 47-31 win over Brown, as he completed 20-of-33 passes for 315 yards and four touchdowns.

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