Who do you think was the NJSIAA Tournament Football Week 1 player of the week? (Poll Closed)

  • Joey Carchio, Brick: Had 16 total tackles, 5.5 sacks, 4 tackles for a loss and also ran for two TDs in the Green Dragons’ 17-3 win over Jackson Memorial in a NJSIAA Central Group IV quarterfinal
    5%
    439 votes

     
  • Kyle McBride, Brick Memorial: Had 15 total tackles, an interception, a tackle for a loss and a half a sack in the Mustangs’ 21-13 win over Freehold in a NJSIAA Central Group IV quarterfinal.
    46%
    4,284 votes

     
  • Da’Shon Taylor, Manalapan: Had 2 sacks and 2 tackles for a loss in the Braves’ 14-7 win over Hunterdon Central in a NJSIAA Central Group V quarterfinal.
    2%
    219 votes

     
  • Luke Arnold, Long Branch: Had 12 tackles, 3 of which were for a loss, an interception and a sack in the Green Wave’s 42-0 win over Middletown North in a NJSIAA Central Group IV quarterfinal.
    16%
    1,512 votes

     
  • Trevor Brey, Middletown South: Ran for 120 yards and two TDs and threw for 140 yards and a TD in the Eagles’ 35-14 win over Northern Burlington in a NJSIAA Central Group IV quarterfinal.
    27%
    2,445 votes

     
  • Dean Gallo, Holmdel: Ran for 194 yards and three TDs, including an 89-yard run on the first play of the game, in the Hornets’ 42-0 win over Hamilton North in a NJSIAA Central Group III quarterfinal.
    2%
    158 votes

     
  • Makai Mickens, Red Bank: Ran for 129 yards and two TDs, including a 70-yard run, and also had an interception in the Bucs’ 30-13 win over Allentown in a NJSIAA Central Group III quarterfinal.
    <1%
    35 votes

     
  • John Volker, Rumson-Fair Haven: Ran for 119 yards and three TDs in the Bulldogs’ 28-7 win over Ocean in a NJSIAA Central Group III quarterfinal.
    1%
    52 votes

     
  • Canyon Birch, Manasquan: Ran for 186 yards and two TDs in the Warriors’ 40-21 win over Delaware Valley in a NJSIAA Central Group II quarterfinal.
    1%
    56 votes

     
  • Junior Haughton, Asbury Park: Ran for 165 yards and two TDs in the Blue Bishops’ 27-0 win over Woodbury in a NJSIAA Central Group I quarterfinal.
    <1%
    13 votes

     

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