Ah-Shaun Davis and Chris Long, Willingboro. Both players set program records as Davis threw for 386 yards with six TDs while Long set a mark with 216 yards receiving.
Tarheeb Still, Timber Creek. The senior filled up the stat sheet as he made five catches for 268 yards and two touchdowns and also rushed for a pair of scores in the Chargers’ 44-10 home win over Vineland.
Nate Robbins, Millville. The quarterback completed 17-of-29 passing for 207 yards and a touchdown as the Thunderbolts earned their first win of the season with a 30-20 triumph over Kingsway.
Taylor Manning, Cedar Creek. The junior booted a 30-yard field goal as time expired in regulation lifting the Pirates to a 29-28 win at Woodrow Wilson
Elijah Jones-Ali, Deptford. The senior scored two touchdowns, including the decisive TD in overtime, as the Spartans upended Collingswood, 32-26. Jones-Ali also returned a kickoff for a touchdown.
Ahmed Johnson, Delran. The senior defensive end racked a career-high four sacks, leading a tenacious defensive effort in a 42-0 win over Pemberton on Saturday.
Liam Friel, Washington Twp. The junior quarterback threw for three scores, his first TDs of the season, and rushed for another touchdown as the Minutemen marched to a 41-22 victory over Eastern.
Devonte German, Florence. The senior running back racked up 202 yards and a touchdown as the Flashes posted a 21-12 win over Holy Cross.
Dougie Brown, Williamstown. The first-year starting quarterback completed 13-of-15 passes for 222 yards and three scores to go along with a rushing TD – all in the second half – as the Braves rallied for a 28-21 win over visiting Lenape.
Jaiden Abrams, Hammonton. The junior running back carried 29 times for 226 yards and a touchdown as the Blue Devils registered an 18-7 upset over No. 4 Holy Spirit.