Commonwealth Coast Football Athletes of the Week #9

Commonwealth Coast Football Athletes of the Week #9

Offensive Player of the Week

Alec Coleman, Western New England (Jr., QB)

Junior Alec Coleman (Arlington, Mass.) set a new career-high with 284 rushing yards and four touchdowns in Western New England's 49-14 win over Nichols on Saturday (Oct. 27). He averaged 11.8 yards per carry. Two of his touchdown runs were big plays going for 69 and 52 yards. The junior quarterback also had a 15-yard touchdown pass making him a part of five scores on the day.

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
Week #7 - Alec Coleman, Western New England (2)
Week #8 - Alec Coleman, Western New England (3)
Week #9 - Alec Coleman, Western New England (4)

     

Defensive Player of the Week

Hunter Atwood, Curry (Jr., DL)

Junior Hunter Atwood (Reading, Mass.) and the Curry defense held Becker to just six points on Saturday (Oct. 27). Atwood led the team with 10 tackles (eight solo, two assisted). One of his tackles was a sack that went for a one-yard loss.

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)
Week #7 - McCoy Scott, Nichols
Week #8 - Drew Balestrieri, Salve Regina
Week #9 - Hunter Atwood, Curry

     

Offensive Rookie of the Week

Joey Mauriello, Salve Regina (Fr., RB)

Freshman running back Joey Mauriello (Colts Neck, N.J.) rushed 14 times on Saturday (Oct. 27) for 177 yards in Salve Regina's 33-10 win over the University of New England. His longest rush went for 77 yards and a touchdown. The score was one of two on the day.

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)
Week #7 - Shea McManaway, Endicott (2)
Week #8 - AJ Hall, Western New England
Week #9 - Joey Mauriello, Salve Regina (2)

     

Defensive Rookie of the Week

Joshua Salem, Western New England (Fr., LB)

Freshman Joshua Salem (Dracut, Mass.) led Western New England with a team-high nine tackles (two solo, seven assisted). He also had a half a sack and a pass breakup. He and the WNE defense surrendered just 97 second-half yards and no points to Nichols in a 49-19 victory.

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)
Week #7 - Joshua Salem, Western New England (2)
Week #8 - Joshua Salem, Western New England (3)
Week #9 - Joshua Salem, Western New England (4)

   

     

Special Teams Player of the Week

Valentin Wagner, Western New England (Sr., K)

Senior kicker Valentin Wagner (Saint Aubin De Medoc, France) contributed seven points to Western New England's 49-19 win over Nichols on Saturday (Oct. 27). He was 7-for-7 on extra point attempts.

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
Week #7 - Nick DiCairano, Endicott (4)
Week #8 - AJ Hall, Western New England
Week #9 - Valentin Wagner, Western New England

 

ABOUT COMMONWEALTH COAST FOOTBALL

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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