VOTE for the Week 7 Ocean County Sports Medicine Shore Conference Football Player of the Week
There were some great individual performances in the air, on the ground, on defense, and on special teams in Week 7, and now it’s time to get your vote in for who had the top performance in the Shore this weekend to choose the Ocean County Sports Medicine/Shore Sports Network Player of the Week. The winner will be announced on Thursday right here on ShoreSportsNetwork.com. Voting will end Wednesday at midnight.
The winner will receive a $25 gift card to Burger 25 in Toms River.
Scroll down to see the candidates and make your selection.
Ocean County Sports Medicine Player of the Week nominees for Week 7 (listed in alphabetical order)
Sebastian Andujar, Jr., LB, Freehold Township
Andujar posted a team-high 11 tackles and recorded two sacks as the Patriots beat Manchester, 40-7, for their third straight win.
Connor Cilento, Sr., RB, Point Boro
Cilento ran for 119 yards and a touchdown on just two carries in the No. 3 Panthers' 35-0 win over Barnegat.
Jake Czwakiel, Jr., QB/DB, Middletown South
Czwakiel completed 5 of 9 passes for 70 yards and a touchdown, ran for 82 yards and a touchdown on four carries, and intercepted a pass on defense to help lead the No. 5 Eagles to a 41-10 win over a Matawan team that was riding a five-game winning streak.
Zaier Day, Jr., DE, Donovan Catholic
Day was a force in the No. 4 Griffins' 23-0 win over No. 8 Jackson Memorial with nine total tackles that included two sacks, three tackles for loss, a forced fumble, a fumble recovery, and a safety.
Connor Dietz, Jr., QB/DB, Brick Memorial
Dietz had a historic day in the Mustangs' 53-33 win over Central with a school-record 385 yards rushing and a school-record seven rushing touchdowns. He carried 26 times and averaged 14.8 yards per carry and also threw for 180 yards to account for 565 yards of offense. Additionally, he intercepted two passes on defense and kicked four extra points.
Andy Falletta, Sr., QB/DB, Southern
Falletta tossed two touchdown passes and intercepted a pass on defense as the Rams moved over .500 (4-3) with a 16-7 win over Howell.
Kieran Falzon, Sr., RB, Raritan
Falzon ran for 136 yards and three touchdowns on 12 carries to power the No. 9 Rockets to a 47-6 win over Toms River South.
Mike Ford, So., DB, Keyport
Ford intercepted two passes, including an interception return for a touchdown in the fourth quarter to complete the Red Raiders' rally to defeat rival Keansburg, 13-6.
Mike Hall, Sr., DE, Pinelands
Hall helped power the Wildcats to a 12-7 victory over Monmouth Regional with a go-ahead 26-yard fumble return touchdown in the fourth quarter. He totaled eight tackles, one sack, two tackles for loss, and a fumble recovery.
Jhamier Howard, Sr., RB, Manasquan
Howard ran for 82 yards and two touchdowns on 10 carries and caught two passes for 47 yards and a touchdown to lead Manasquan to a 34-13 win over Shore Regional.
Eric Loueiro, Jr., DE, Colts Neck
Loureri had eight total tackles with three tackles for loss, a fumble recovery, and two pass deflections in the No. 7 Cougars' 17-0 shutout victory over Wall.
Ky'Yam Martin, Sr., WR, Red Bank
Martin caught five passes for 120 yards and two touchdowns, scoring on receptions of 23 and 55 yards, to help lead the Bucs past Holmdel, 27-13, for their fourth straight victory.
Ryan Mendes, Sr., WR/LB, Marlboro
Mendes caught five passes for 57 yards and a touchdown and recorded two tackles for loss on defense to help the Mustangs rally for a 17-14 win over Manalapan.
Neno Morgan-Acker, Jr., RB, Middletown North
The Loins nearly upset No. 6 Ocean before falling 34-28 in overtime and Morgan-Acker was a big reason why thanks to his 179 yards rushing and a touchdown.
Colin Palumbo, So., RB, Matawan
Palumbo had a great game in the Huskies' loss to No. 5 Middletown South, rushing for 210 yards and a touchdown against a formidable Eagles' defense.
Dominick Perrone, Sr., RB, Lacey
Perrone ran for 134 yards and a touchdown on an average of 10 yards per carry to help lead the Lions to a 21-0 victory over Brick.
Jeremiah Pruitt, Jr., WR/DB, Toms River North
Pruitt had a 50-yard touchdown reception, a 13-yard interception return for a touchdown, and a 10-yard fumble return touchdown in No. 2 Toms River North's 70-6 win over Toms River East.
Caleb Thompson, Sr., RB, Ocean
Thompson ran for 90 yards and two touchdowns for No. 6 Ocean in its thrilling 34-28 overtime over Middletown North that kept the Spartans undefeated (7-0).
Scott Venancio, Sr., WR, Rumson-Fair Haven
Venancio caught four passes for 64 yards and two touchdowns in Rumson's 42-6 win over Freehold Boro.
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