1. Tyler Street, QB, Academy Park: Street passed for four touchdowns and racked up 222 yards through the air to lead the Knights to their first victory over Interboro in 18 years. Street showed Friday night why he is considered one of the county’s elite signal callers.
2. Radnor. First win since the end of the 2010 season for the Red Raiders came Saturday afternoon. They disposed of Lower Merion, 35-7, to end the year on a high note. Jimmie Blake and Chris Galloway led the way on offense. Blake also eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark for the season.
3. Rashon Fentress, TE, Interboro: Fentress had a monstrous second half. He totaled nine catches for 166 yards and two touchdowns, doing whatever he could to keep the Bucs in the game.
4. Caleb Favino, RB, Delco Christian: Favino amassed 119 yards on 10 rushes to lead the Knights to a satisfying, season-ending victory over Red Lion Christian (Del.).
5. Steve Elf, LB, Garnet Valley: Our defensive standout for Week 10 was Steve Elf,w ho had a pair of sacks in the Jaguars’ district playoff-clinching victory over Haverford. Led by the strong performance of Elf, the Garnet defense figured out a way to bottle up Haverford quarterback Eddie Durkin and the Fords’ potent offensive attack.