Commonwealth Coast Football Athletes of the Week #6

Commonwealth Coast Football Athletes of the Week #6

Offensive Player/Offensive Rookie of the Week

Ryan Gaboury, University of New England (So., WR)

Sophomore Ryan Gaboury (Cumberland, R.I.) led the team and set season-bests in receptions (10), yards (192), and touchdowns (3) on Saturday (Oct. 6) as he was a major contributor to the University of New England's first-ever varsity win. He accounted for all of UNE's scores through the air and nearly two-thirds of its receiving yards. He averagd 19.2 yards per catch with a long of 41. He also caught three passes covering 67 yards on the Nor'easters' game-winning drive. His biggest catch came on 26-yard grab on 3rd-and-15 from his team's own 24-yard line to keep the drive going. Gaboury was also active in the return game as he returned two kicks for a total of 31 yards.

Offensive Player of the Week Winners:

Week #1 - Jake Kelleher, Salve Regina
Week #2 - Alec Coleman, Western New England
Week #3 - Joey Mauriello, Salve Regina
Week #4 - John Kenney, Endicott
Week #5 - Shea McManaway, Endicott
Week #6 - Ryan Gaboury, University of New England

     

Defensive Player of the Week

Matt Sylvia, Salve Regina (So., DB)

Sophomore Matt Sylvia (East Greenwich, R.I.) added two more interceptions to his league lead in Salve Regina's 31-8 CCC Football victory over Becker on Saturday (Oct. 6). He returned the two picks for a combined 14 yards and also recorded four tackles (three solo, one assisted). Sylvia is now one interception away from tying the Seahawks' record for picks in a single season.

Defensive Player of the Week Winners:

Week #1 - Matt Sylvia, Salve Regina
Week #2 - Jared Abbruzzese, Nichols
Week #3 - Tommy Ganley, Western New England
Week #4 - George Balian, Endicott
Week #5 - William Rivera, Endicott
Week #6 - Matt Sylvia, Salve Regina (2)

     
   

Offensive Rookie of the Week Winners:

Week #1 - Brian Peters, University of New England
Week #2 - Ryan Gaboury, University of New England
Week #3 - Joey Mauriello, Salve Regina
Week #4 - John Kenney, Endicott
Week #5 - Shea McManaway, Endicott
Week #6 - Ryan Gaboury, University of New England (2)

     

Defensive Rookie of the Week

Keegan Stanton-Meas, University of New England (Fr., LB)

Linebacker Keegan Stanton-Meas (Portland, Maine) had 13 tackles (eight solo, five assisted) against Curry as he helped the University of New England to its first-ever varsity win on Saturday (Oct. 6). Two of his tackles went for a loss including one sack. He also forced a fumble and broke up a pass attempt in the contest.

Defensive Rookie of the Week Winners:

Week #1 - Keegan Stanton-Meas, University of New England
Week #2 - Materrence Holloway, Becker
Week #3 - Joshua Salem, Western New England
Week #4 - Marshell Ricketts, Becker
Week #5 - Keegan Stanton-Meas, University of New England (2)
Week #6 - Keegan Stanton-Meas, University of New England (3)

     

Special Teams Player of the Week

Robert Inniss Jr., University of New England (Jr., K)

Junior placekicker Robert Inniss, Jr. (Windham, Maine) nailed a 38-yard field goal with five seconds remaining in the contest to the push the University of New England past Curry, 44-42, and earn the Nor'easters their first-ever varsity victory. It was Inniss' only field goal try of the day. He also converted five point-after attempts giving him a total of eight points scored.

Special Teams Player of the Week Winners:

Week #1 - Jake Wood, Nichols
Week #2 - Nick DiCairano, Endicott
Week #3 - Andrew Verre, Salve Regina
Week #4 - Nick DiCairano, Endicott (2)
Week #5 - Nick DiCairano, Endicott (3)
Week #6 - Robert Inniss, Jr., University of New England

 

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Commonwealth Coast Football (CCC Football) is a single-sport football conference operating under the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) umbrella. The league has been in operation since 1965 (formerly as the New England Football Conference (NEFC)). The league currently consists of seven members – Becker, Curry, Endicott, Nichols, Salve Regina, the University of New England, and Western New England. Husson will join the conference in 2019.

 

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