Who do you think should be the week 9 football player of the week? (Poll Closed)

  • Trebor Pena, Ocean: Concluded a spectacular season by scoring 3 TDs and running for 189 yards on 22 carries. He also had a 75-yard kickoff return that set up one of his TDs and had an interception in the Spartans’ 27-23 loss to Seneca in a NJSIAA South Group III quarterfinal.
    2%
    322 votes

     
  • John Volker, Rumson-Fair Haven: Ran for 139 yards and 2 TDs in the Bulldogs’ 27-6 win over Delsea in a NJSIAA Central Group III quarterfinal.
    2%
    278 votes

     
  • Jayon Farrar, Long Branch: Had an 89 yard kickoff return for a TD, broke up 4 passes, had 7 tackles, one interception, and 3 receptions for 33 yards in the Green Wave’s 33-3 win over Highland in a NJSIAA South Group IV quarterfinal.
    <1%
    19 votes

     
  • Chris Lotito, Middletown South: Rushed for a touchdown and 85 yards on 18 carries. Had an interception and was in on 8 tackles, 4 of which were solo, in the Eagles’ 24-7 win over Hamilton West in a NJSIAA Central Group IV quarterfinal.
    1%
    90 votes

     
  • Noah Brunati, Lacey: Went 12-for-15 for 207 yards with TD passes of 28 and 37 yards to Bobby Evans in the Lions’ 35-15 win over Burlington Township in a NJSIAA Central Group III quarterfinal.
    <1%
    15 votes

     
  • Thomas Ammirati, Holmdel: Ran for 2 TDs and 78 yards on 17 carries and also threw a 28-yard TD pass in the Hornets’ 22-14 win over Red Bank in a NJSIAA South Group III quarterfinal.
    <1%
    21 votes

     
  • Mike Goodall, Toms River East: Ran for 118 yards on 19 carries and had a hand in setting up all the points in the Raiders’ 17-7 win over Middletown North in a NJSIAA Central Group IV quarterfinal.
    42%
    7,445 votes

     
  • Collin McCarthy, Jackson Memorial: Had 4 sacks, 7 tackles, a fumble recovery and a forced fumble in the Jaguars’ 20-0 win over Moorestown in a NJSIAA Central Group IV quarterfinal.
    17%
    3,057 votes

     
  • Logan Peters, Wall ran for 3 TDs and threw a TD pass in the Crimson Knights’ 49-7 win over Allentown in a NJSIAA Central Group III quarterfinal.
    27%
    4,680 votes

     
  • Zach Goodale, Toms River North: Had TD receptions of 86 and 13 yards and 3 receptions for 139 yards in the Mariners’ 42-17 win over South Brunswick in a NJSIAA Central Group V quarterfinal.
    9%
    1,631 votes

     

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