Top Plays of the Week, 10/28/15
Welcome to the latest edition of the Shore Sports Network’s top plays, highlighting the most dazzling and exciting moments from Shore Conference football action, brought to you by Professional Orthopaedic Associates.
This week we take a look at some of the top clips from Week Seven. Every week, if you have a great clip on YouTube, Vimeo or some other service where it can be embedded, feel free to email me a link at email@example.com or tweet it to me at @Bob_Badders.
Let’s take a look at who made some head-turning plays in Week Seven.
9. Austin Powers
We start with Point Boro's Austin Drucquer making a game-ending interception at the 5-yard line in a 33-27 win over Raritan that kept the Panthers undefeated at 7-0.
8. This Griffin is Gone
Donovan Catholic senior tight end Kyle Schremmer finds some room down the seam and Teddy Gulobowski finds him for a 75-yard touchdown.
7. Mike Caruso Pick-6
Rumson senior defensive back Mike Caruso steps in front of a pass by Lakewood quarterback Zyhier Jones and returns it 87 yard for a touchdown in the Bulldogs' 30-14 win.
6. Curry Threads the Needle
A pair of great throws from Freehold senior quarterback Jake Curry, who threads the needle down the right sideline and tosses a touchdown in between four defenders to Jamel Smith-Rush.
5. Chuk 'Em
St. John Vianney junior running back Chris Chukwuneke can't be stopped on this long run. He breaks several tackles early and then drags more defenders with him before he's finally brought down.
4. Marvelous Marcus
Manalapan senior running back Marcus Salinas nearly gets tripped up in the backfield by one of his own lineman, but spins out before breaking a 42-yard run against Red Bank Catholic.
Lakewood's Adi Palmer makes the catch for a big gain on a halfback pass from Amir Tyler, snaring the ball off a deflection after a Rumson defender gets his hands on the ball.
2. Heavy Hahn-ded
Red Bank Catholic senior quarterback Eddie Hahn lowers the boom at the end of this 21-yard run, inciting some oohs and aahs from the crowd.
1. The Amazing Amir
This is some Odell Beckham Jr.-type hands from Lakewood senior Amir Tyler, who snatches an 18-yard touchdown reception with one hand and rips it back to his body like he's grabbing a rebound. Gotta love the nonchalant toss of the ball to the official. This is the play of the year in the Shore Conference so far.