Top 10 Plays of the Week, 10/22/14
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.
This week we take a look at the top clips from Week Six as the season hits the midway point.
Here we go:
10. Rumson rides a Ferrare to victory
Senior tight end Kenny Ferrare's first career touchdown was a memorable one for the Bulldogs when sophomore Mike O'Connor hit him with 16.8 seconds left in the game to beat Manasquan.
9. Morgan muscle.
Also from the same game, Manasquan freshman Connor Morgan bulldozed his way through multiple tackles to score a touchdown that helped the Warriors tie the game in the fourth quarter. Morgan's style is reminiscent of former star Mike Mele from the undefeated 2006 team.
8. Wild Mustang.
Brick Memorial's Karl Kumm wins a jump ball for a touchdown in a loss to Jackson Memorial.
7. Green Wave goodbye.
Guess who? It's Long Branch's Dahmiere Willis again. One cut, and see ya, 51 yards against Ocean.
6. Super nuova
The jet sweep to Jackson Memorial's Matt Castronuova is rapidly becoming one of the more lethal plays in the Shore.
5. Freehold fakery.
Freehold Township's Shane Laricy takes a fake punt snap and is off to the races in a win over Marlboro.
4. Golden goals.
Two games ended on winning field goals, with Southern knocking off Toms River South on Brandon Barnetti's 27-yard boot with 1.6 seconds left in regulation, and Neptune senior Hunter Daly nailing a 37-yarder in overtime to beat Colts Neck.
3. Husky hustle.
Matawan's Shawn Ramcheran took back not one but two kickoffs for touchdowns in a win over Holmdel, both of them 84-plus yards. For good measure, he also caught a 43-yard touchdown pass.
2. Taking a dive.
Another top 10 regular, Red Bank Catholic senior Nick Lubischer, makes a sensational diving catch in a win over Red Bank Regional.
1. Balanced attack.
At one point, Manalapan running back Imamu Mayfield is lying directly on top of Braves offensive lineman Joe Sellmeyer while Sellmeyer is on his back. That was enough room for Mayfield to somehow keep his knee off the ground for a sensational touchdown run against Middletown South.