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St. Joseph soccer
Greg Tufaro, @GregTufaro

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The ultimate weekend of the common season introduced one other spherical of massive wins and standout performances.

Listed here are the nominees for this Week’s Courier Information Soccer Participant of the Week.

Voting ends 6 p.m. Tuesday. Candidates chosen by Simeon Pincus. Voting winner can be featured in a narrative because the Participant of the Week.

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ALEX BENITEZ

Montgomery

Sophomore

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Contributing at working again, security and kicker, the sophomore helped the Cougars to a 42-21 victory over Franklin, as they end the common season at Eight-1. Benitez rushed 14 occasions for 51 yards and a landing, kicked 5 further factors, and scored on a 2-point conversion. He additionally completed with six tackles and a sack.

PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Hillsborough’s Sean Levonaitis won last week’s Player of the Week honors

READ: Complete Week 8 football roundup, scoreboard and links

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STEVEN GORDON

Plainfield

Senior

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The Cardinals snapped their seven-game shedding streak in fashion, and it was the two-way lineman who keyed the protection in a 20-0 shutout of J.P. Stevens. Gordon recorded a team-high six tackles within the victory, including a sack.

CHAD MARTINI

Watchung Hills

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Junior

The Warriors gained a wild 34-33 affair against New Brunswick, rallying from a three-touchdown deficit. Martini linked on 11-of-20 passes for 142 yards and two touchdowns, including 28 dashing yards and a rating.

JOHN SALLIARD

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Bernards

Senior

The senior lineman was named captain after his efficiency in Bernards’ 35-24 win over Middlesex on Friday night – the Blue Jays first lack of the yr. Salliard recorded six tackles from his nostril guard place, recovering a fumble, and turned in a dynamic efficiency at proper guard, coach Jon Simoneau mentioned, dominating the road in opposition to Middlesex’s high defender.

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BRUCE WASHINGTON

Hunterdon Central

Junior

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Central snapped its seven-game shedding streak with an impressive topping of Elizabeth, with the junior again fueling the offensive assault. Filling in for Will Ezema, who’s out with a concussion, Washington carried 16 occasions for 147 yards, because the Pink Devils gained 34-14.

Simeon Pincus could be reached at SPincus@GannettNJ.com. Observe him on Twitter @SimeonPincus and on Fb at www.fb.com/SimeonPincusCN

POLL CLOSES 6 p.m. Tuesday

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