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Mike Clancy

Senior Tackle

Toms River North

During last Friday night's game against Southern, Clancy made a huge play that turned the game around in favor of the Mariners. Down 14-7 and staring down a possible 14 point deficit, Clancy tore the football out of Southern quarterback Chuck Britton's hands on his own one-yard line and took it 99 yards for a Mariner score. "They tried to run a quarterback wedge and I saw their quarterback looking for a hole. He wasn't looking at me, and I just saw the ball and grabbed it out of his arms," said Clancy. I took off down the left side of the field and was in the end zone before I knew what had happened." The play sparked a Mariner resurgence and, with Jay Gold running wild behind Clancy and crew, led the visiting team to a 41-20 victory.

Billy Lyons 

Sophomore Running Back 

Middletown North

Lyons led Middletown North to both it's first victory over the Howell Rebels since 1994, and new Head Coach John Oxley's first career win, when he rushed for 197 yards and two touchdowns (4 and 37 yards) on 27 carries. In two games this season, Lyons has rushed for 334 yards on 44 carries for a 7.6 yard per-carry average. In addition to the Howell scores he also had TD runs of 49 and 23 yards against Toms River South in week one, which gives him 4 for the season. He also had two more scores of over forty yards each called back this season. "For a sophomore he is mature. He's playing well and our offensive line is coming through for us," said Oxley.

Jay Gold 

Senior Running Back

Toms River North

With 245 yards and 4 TDs against Manalapan last week, Gold brought his Shore Conference-leading totals to 603 yards (87 carries for 7 yards a clip) and 10 TDs. 

Dan Castles 

Senior Receiver


Dan had 3 touchdowns and 210 yards as he helped Manchester get its first win of the season.

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Dana Webster 

Junior Running Back/K

Ocean Township 

Webster led the Big Red (4-1) to a key 24-7 Shore Conference Federal Division win over Long Branch last Saturday afternoon. Webster kicked a 30-yard field goal, blocked a punt, ran for 2 touchdowns (3 and 48 yards) and caught a 9-yard touchdown pass while averaging over 6.5 yards per carry.

Chris Hernando

Senior Running Back


The Hornets stayed alive in the Central Jersey Group 2 playoff race thanks to a fine performance by RB Chris Hernando. Hernando, 5'8" and 195 pounds, rushed for 235 yards and three touchdowns (30, 42 and 35 yards) on 21 carries in just three quarters to lead Holmdel past Point Beach 48-6.

Colin Gaynor

Senior Quarterback

Toms River East

Gaynor exploded for 6 touchdown passes against Marlboro on Friday night in leading Toms River East to a 49-0 victory. Gaynor also kicked 7 extra points, and after going 12 for 14 for 306 yards, he is the Shore Conference passing yardage leader with 1,348 yards through 6 games.

Chris Jacoubs

Senior Running Back


Jacoubs broke his own school record for single-game yardage versus Point Beach on Saturday when he raced and rumbled for 303 yards on 39 carries. The senior tailback, having adjusted nicely to Rumson's switch from their traditional Wing-T offense to the "I", also scored on touchdown runs of 1, 7 and 91 yards to set up this Saturday's showdown with Shore Regional.

Shane Kochon

Junior Running Back/DB/K

St. John Vianney

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Source: WordNet 1.6, 1997 Princeton University 

His teammates call him 'Cyborg', and after Saturday night's performance against Raritan, it's easy to see why. Kochon was a one-man wrecking machine as he scored five touchdowns on an 85-yard kickoff return and on runs of 67, 84, 18 and 33 yards. He ended the day with 253 yards on 13 carries. For good measure, Kochon picked off two Rocket passes and also kicked 4 extra points. Kochon and the Lancers (6th seed), face St. Joe's of Montvale (3rd seed and #8 in the state) Saturday afternoon in a Parochial Group III quarterfinal matchup.

Marc Savard

Senior Fullback/Linebacker

Colts Neck 

Savard led the Cougars to a Central Jersey Group 1 playoff win over Highland Park by rushing for 240 yards on 21 carries and scoring 4 touchdowns (23, 11, 86 and 2 yards). Savard was also outstanding from his linebacking post. Within a three-play span late in the third quarter, Sevard came up with two huge plays to help give Colts Neck it's first state playoff victory. With the Cougars ahead 28-14 and the Owls driving on the Colts Neck 14, Savard reached into an Owl receiver's arms and ripped the ball away in the endzone, preventing the touchdown and preserving the 14 point lead. After a 4th-down incompletion, Savard took the next play 86 yards to paydirt, slamming the door on the Owl comeback bid while re-opening a familiar door for the Cougars - the win earned Colts Neck a rematch with Keyport this Saturday in a CJ Group 1 semifinal battle.

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Louis Brofsky

Senior Running Back


Brofsky and his fellow Pinelands seniors went out in style, beating St. John Vianney in their season finale, thanks in large part to Brofsky's second-half heroics.  After a momentum-changing Lancer TD, Brofsky emerged from a pack of bodies on the ensuing kickoff and sprint into the endzone (see below) for an unbelievable 86-yard touchdown run.  Following another Lancer TD, Brofsky again stepped up, this time cutting, zigging and zagging his way with pure determination into the endzone for a game-clinching 18-yard TD in the fourth quarter.  The Wildcats won 30-28.

Mike Lackett

Junior Running Back


When John Colangelo went out of the Crimson Knights' battle against Manasquan on Thanksgiving day, head coach Chris Barnes opened up the gates for running back Mike Lackett.  Lackett,  a 5-foot-8, 155-pound junior fireplug, responded by exploding for  three touchdowns and 147 yards,  including a 67-yard TD in the second quarter that turned the tide of the game in Wall's favor.  Lackett keyed the 20-6 Wall victory, and in the process helped his team end Manasquan's Shore Conference record-tying 34-game winning streak while capturing the Conference's Liberty Division championship.

Dana Webster 

Junior Running Back/K

Ocean Township 

Ocean's Dana Webster did it again - only this time a Central Jersey Group 3 title was on the line.  The junior running back scored 4 touchdowns on runs of 14, 44, 14 and 31 yards to lead his team past Long Branch for the second time this season.  Combining great vision with natural athleticism, Webster helped the Big Red set the tone early as he scored his first two touchdowns in the first six minutes of the game.  He finished with 129 yards on the day on 14 carries as Ocean beat Long Branch, 24-7.


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