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Vote for the Storm Works Roofing High School Football Offensive Player of the Week




Algonquin Regional’s Owen Ellsworth has been voted the Storm Works Roofing & Restoration High School Football Offensive Player of the Week.

The junior collected more than 15,000 votes (55.1%) to earn the honor. Ellsworth rushed for two touchdowns as the Titans defeated Nashoba, 17-0.

Sam Allard + Joey Burke, Scituate: Allard hauled in a 38-yard TD catch and Burke had five catches for 51 yards in a 20-10 Div. 4 semifinal win over Grafton.

More: Team Turnaround: Scituate football, once 2-3, now will play in Div. 4 final at Gillette

Ronan Sammon, Soph., Milton: Sammon had six catches for 124 yards and two TDs in a 37-14 win over Westfield in the Div. 3 semifinals.

Davin True, Jr., Marshfield: True rushed for three TDs and 150 yards as Marshfield upset Catholic Memorial, 52-40, in the Div. 2 semifinals.

Alex Barlow, Sr., Duxbury: Barlow rushed 12 times for 75 yards and two TDs in the Dragons 19-7 win over Tewksbury in the Div. 4 semifinals.

More: ‘A gritty performance:’ Duxbury grinds out win, advances to third straight D4 Super Bowl

Ben Scalzi, Sr., Hanover: Scalzi was 14 of 20 passing for 220 yards with three passing TDs in a 27-24 win over Danvers in the Div. 5 semifinals.

Aidan Landers, Sr., Blue Hills: Landers rushed 12 times for 191 yards in a 54-12 win over Smith in the MVADA Big School semifinals. The Warriors advanced to the vocational finals with the win.

Carver’s offensive line: The Crusaders rolled to a 44-0 win over Hoosac Valley in the Div. 8 semifinals. James Callahan, Tyler Swain, Jack Reed, Cam Loranger and Nathan Dirado make up that group.

More: Carver High football earns trip to Gillette Stadium with dominant semifinal win

Jake Attaway, Jr., Hudson: Attaway was 17 of 26 passing for 202 yards and three TDs in a 40-37 loss to Fairhaven in the Div. 6 semifinals. The quarterback, who also rushed for 87 yards, nearly led the Hawks back from a 33-0 deficit.

More: ‘We don’t have quitters’: Hudson football nearly completes epic comeback in state semis

Jason Stokes + Nick Araujo, Milford: Both players had big days in a Div. 3 semifinal loss to Walpole, 45-35. Stokes had 140 yards receiving while Araujo rushed for 117 yards and two TDs.

Votes are unlimited. Voting closes on Monday, Nov. 27 at noon. Emailed votes will not be counted. Send future nominations to

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