1. Haverford’s offense: The Fords amassed 488 total yards and scored 59 points (all offensive TDs, plus a Dave Russel field goal). Eddie Durkin accounted for five TDs (four rushing, two passing) and 222 total yards; Jai Thornton touched the ball three times and found the end zone twice; Kevin Leyden rushed for 120 yards and a TD; and Alex Drum had 92 yards rushing and a TD. The Fords (6-1) are averaging 37 points per game.
2. Juwan Chandler, RB, Sun Valley:The Vanguards were handed their second consecutive loss, but Chandler was stellar in defeat. Chandler, who totaled three touchdowns, churned out 186 yards on 15 carries and caught two passes for 74 yards.
3. Mike Dougherty, FB/LB, Springfield: Dougherty had a typically strong game manning the middle on defense for the Cougars and also had arguably his best offensive performance of the season. The senior captain bulldozed his way to 89 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries.
4. Adam Strouss, QB, Episcopal Academy: Strouss picked up right where he left off before EA’s bye week. The dual-threat torched Penn Charter’s defense for 183 yards on 10 rushes and also completed four passes for 50 yards.
5. Joe DePhillipo, RB, Bonner-Prendergast: Scoring five touchdowns is a surefire way to make this list, and that is precisely what DePhillipo accomplished in the Friars’ 42-7 romp over Conwell-Egan.