Week 5: Who should be the Courier Post Readers' Player of the Week? (Poll Closed)

  • Fadil Diggs, Woodrow Wilson. The senior playmaker hauled in 12 catches for 172 yards and three touchdowns while anchoring a stellar defensive effort during the Tigers’ 48-0 upset win at Shawnee.
    1%
    324 votes

     
  • Derrick Parker, Gateway. The senior rushed for 231 yards and two scores on 20 carries as the Gators produced a 40-7 win at Audubon.
    <1%
    60 votes

     
  • Ray Weed, Absegami. The sophomore quarterback rushed for two scores and threw for two more as the Braves picked up their first win of the season with a 51-14 triumph over Bridgeton.
    <1%
    20 votes

     
  • Nick Tomasello, Cherry Hill East. The junior defensive end had eight tackles (three for loss), two sacks, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery as the Cougars beat Cumberland 17-12 and earned consecutive victories for the first time since 2015.
    8%
    1,959 votes

     
  • Kaciir Street, Salem. The senior found the end zone with a 54-yard punt return and a 20-yard interception return as the Rams posted a 20-7 win at Glassboro.
    9%
    2,262 votes

     
  • Tarheeb Still, Timber Creek. The University of Maryland commit hauled in eight passes for 204 yards and two scores to go along with two interceptions on defense to spark the Chargers’ 38-24 home win over Millville.
    <1%
    71 votes

     
  • Makhi Scott, Penns Grove. The senior linebacker piled up 19 tackles, two forced fumbles and an interception as the Red Devils rolled to a 34-6 win at Linganore (Md.).
    38%
    9,879 votes

     
  • Malin Jasinski, Seneca. The quarterback ran for three scores and threw a TD pass as the Golden Eagles soared to a 32-7 win over Pennsauken.
    <1%
    15 votes

     
  • Ameil Davis, Eastern. The running back carried 22 times for 176 yards and three scores as the Vikings marched to a 48-14 win over Atlantic City.
    44%
    11,479 votes

     

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