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 Five. 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 badders@allshoremedia.com or tweet it to me at @Bob_Badders.

Let’s take a look at who made some head-turning plays in Week Five.

Video Plays of the Week


Bonus clip: See Charlie Run.

Former Rumson-Fair Haven star running back Charlie Volker picked up his first career collegiate touchdown in Princeton's victory over Colgate. Go to the 2:10 mark of the game highlights for Volker's long touchdown run.


6. Can't de denied.

Manasquan's Paul Krueger carries nearly all of Barnegat's defense with him for a touchdown run in a 26-7 Warriors win.


5. Long arm of the law

Brick Memorial sophomore fullback Tony Thorpe has put together some pretty punishing runs this season, and he drops this Old Bridge defender with a stiff-arm during the Mustangs' 31-17 win.


4. Not just kicker.

Jackson Memorial senior Jared Calhoun is known as a clutch kicker, but in seeing more time at wide receiver and defensive back as a senior he has more chances to make plays like this one-handed catch against Toms River North.


3. Get over here!

We've showed you a one-handed catch, now how about a one-handed tackle? Brick Memorial senior Anthony Nobile drags down an Old Bridge ball carrier from behind with one hand.


2. Mike the Magician

Another dazzling play from Toms River North quarterback Mike Husni, who scrambles out of the pocket, runs parallel to the line of scrimmage and finds a wide-open Asante Moorer for a 70-yard touchdown against Jackson Memorial.


1. Head on a swivel.

Leave it to a quarterback to always be looking to make a play. Freehold's Jake Curry hauls in his fourth interception of the season has a big return going, then flips it to Jamel Smith-Rush as he is being tackled for the defensive touchdown. Here's two angles of the play.


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