Record-setters and more Vote for the High School Football Offensive Player of the Week – Enterprise News

Posted: October 21, 2021 at 10:13 pm

Middleboro High's Nate Tullish was voted last week's High School Offensive Football Player of the Week.

The junior, who received over 700 votes, needed just 13 carries to tally 204 yards in a 48-6 win over Norwell. He had touchdown runs of 75 and 79 yards.

NOTE: One change to the poll this week (and going forward). Votes can now be placed every hour, instead of once a day.

And this week's candidates are...

Anthony Girolamo, Sr., Stoughton: The running back ran 19 times for 168 yards and two TDs in a 31-13 win over Div. 1 Brockton.

Brady Sheehan, Sr., Holbrook/Avon: Sheehan turned 16 carries into 178 yards and two TDs in a 50-14 win over Monomoy. The Bulldogs for 330 yards as a team.

Amari Marsman, Sr., Milton: Marsman scored three times, two via rush (27 and 47 yards) and one via pass (9 yards) in a 35-14 win over Needham.

Eric Mann, Sr., Blue Hills: Mann ran eight times for 128 yards and TDs of 52 and 35 yards as the Warriors defeated Old Colony, 42-14, in a battle of undefeated teams. Blue Hills has won 13 games in a row, the second-longest active streak in the state.

Thomas Hansen, Jr., Cohasset: Hansen hauled in three TD receptions as his Skippers cruised to a 42-6 win over Mashpee with first place in the South Shore League Tobin Division on the line.

Keegan Sullivan, Sr., Scituate: Sullivan finished with 210 yards of offense (180 rushing, 30 receiving) and two TDs in a 21-13 win over Hanover.

More: HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Sullivan weathers the Sailors storm as Scituate halts Hanover

Owen Masterson, Sr., Marshfield: Masterson threw fourTD passes and ran for another in a 41-13 win over Whitman-Hanson.

More: Lighting his own torch, Marshfield's Owen Masterson was born to play quarterback

Jacob Briggs, Jr., Middleboro: Briggs completed 10 of 12 passes for 150 yards and threw four TD passes to four different receivers in a 24-13 win over Rockland.

More: HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Middleboro's Jacob Briggs brings it, leads Sachems past New Bedford

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Jackson Adams, Soph., Norwell: Adams hauled in a pair of TD passes in a 33-7 win over Sharon.

PJ Murphy, Sr., Plymouth South: With sophomore star Casious Johnson sidelined with an injury, this slot receiver moved to the backfield and starred in a 27-6 win over Quincy. He ran 22 times for 134 yards and a TD.

Adam Goodfellow, Sr., Wayland: The quarterback scored five total touchdowns (threerushing, twopassing) through just over a half of play as Wayland (4-2) knocked off host Newton South (3-3) on Saturday, 39-7. In all, Goodfellow ran for 74 yards on five carries including TD runs of 49, 6 and 2 yards. He also threw TD passes to Finn ODriscoll of 15 and 34 yards, finishing with 146 yards through the air on 7-of-10 passing.

Luke Herter, Sr., Ashland: The QB was 9-for-11 for 212 yards and two TD passes as Ashland (6-0, 2-0 TVL Large) stayed unbeaten with a 45-12, Tri-Valley League Large home win over Westwood on Fridays Senior Night.

Trey Howe, Sr, Blackstone Valley Tech: The senior running back rushed seven times for 82 yards and four touchdowns to send the host Beavers (3-2, 3-0 CAL) past Colonial Athletic League foe Abby Kelley Foster (1-5, 0-3 CAL) in Upton on Saturday, 33-8.

Robert Litscher, Jr., Hopkinton: The QB was 14-for-19 for 282 yards and two TDs (81 yards to Seamus Murphy and 28 yards to Joey Carrazza) and also ran for a 4-yard score as the host Hillers (2-4, 1-1 TVL Large ) beat Tri-Valley League Large foe Medfield, 36-21.

Nolan OBrien, Sr., Lincoln-Sudbury: In just the fifth game of the season, OBrien set the schools single-season TD reception mark with nine, catching a TD toss from Riley OConnell as the host Warriors (5-0, 2-0 DCL Large) stayed unbeaten with a 42-15 win over the Dual County League Large rival Grey Ghosts (4-2, 3-1 DCL Large). The previous mark was held by Mike DeFranco (1984) and Kurt Rogers (2007). OBrien added a 6-yard TD run on top of his 15-yard reception.

Quinn OBrien, Sr., Hudson: The senior running back ran 13 times for 160 yards, including scoring TDs from 60 and 30 yards out, as the host Hawks (5-1) routed Burncoat on Friday, 52-14.

Nealon Stemple, Jr., Marlborough: The running back ran for 112 yards on 19 carries and scored from 8 yards out in the third quarter to lift the visiting Panthers (4-2, 1-1 MWB) to a 7-0 win over Mid-Wach B host Nashoba.

Dylan Jennings, Sr. Concord-Carlisle: Jennings had16 carries for 159 yards and threetouchdowns in 43-0 win over Waltham.

Drew Gardiner, Sr., Saugus: Gardiner hauled in a 74-yard TD pass against Salem. The receiver was chain mover during the game.

Connor Cronin, Jr., Marblehead: Cronin ran well against Masconomet. George Percy, another running back, helped pave the way for Cronin.

One vote is allowed per hour. Voting closes on Friday, Oct. 15at noon. Emailed votes will not be counted. Send future nominations to

Who is the High School Offensive Football Player of the Week?

Anthony Girolamo, Sr., Stoughton

Brady Sheehan, Sr., Holbrook/Avon

Amari Marsman, Sr., Milton

Eric Mann, Sr., Blue Hills

Thomas Hansen, Jr., Cohasset

Keegan Sullivan, Sr., Scituate

Owen Masterson, Sr., Marshfield

Jacob Briggs, Jr., Middleboro

Jackson Adams, Soph., Norwell

PJ Murphy, Sr., Plymouth South

Adam Goodfellow, Sr., Wayland

Luke Herter, Sr., Ashland

Trey Howe, Sr, Blackstone Valley Tech

Robert Litscher, Jr., Hopkinton

Nolan OBrien, Sr., Lincoln-Sudbury

Quinn OBrien, Sr., Hudson

Nealon Stemple, Jr., Marlborough

Dylan Jennings, Sr. Concord-Carlisle

Drew Gardiner, Sr., Saugus

Connor Cronin, Jr., Marblehead

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