1. Robert Madison and Qaadir Sheppard, Iona Prep: Madison’s season debut started with an early pick-six, but that was about the only rust he showed all game. He finished 19 for 26 for 369 yards and five touchdowns in a 40-14 defeat of Mount St. Michael. Madison (pictured above) had plenty of help in the form of Sheppard. The big target hauled in five catches for 143 yards and four of the TDs and also recorded a sack.
2. Michael Rolfe, Scarsdale: In his second game at QB for the injured Giancarlo Cugini, Rolfe ran for a pair of touchdowns (6, 8), threw a scoring pass to Thomas Cooke (72), and returned an interception 96 yards for another touchdown in Scarsdale’s 40-25 win over visiting Ramapo. He also recovered a fumble and returned it 76 yards on defense and finished 3 for 6 for 136 yards passing.
3. Marquez Jackson-Allen, Mamaroneck: The senior, who was last week’s No. 1 Game Ball recipient, had another monster day on the ground, rushing for 196 yards and four scores on 21 carries as Mamaroneck earned its most impressive win of the season, beating Mahopac 35-22. He also has six tackles and a sack.
4. Bo Phillips, Horace Greeley: The senior safety intercepted three passes and returned two for touchdowns in a 27-13 win over Ossining. Phillips had a hand in 12 tackles, including one for a loss.
5. Graham Klimley, Bronxville: The senior southpaw threw for 187 yards and four touchdowns as the 4-0 Broncos beat last year’s Class C runner-up, Rye Neck, 40-19 on the strength of a 21-0 second half that pushed them to the front of the Class C pack.
6. Jibril Kapadia, Dobbs Ferry: The junior had 208 yards of offense (135 rushing, 73 receiving) and scored a pair of touchdowns, including a 56-yarder to take the lead. Kapadia also recorded 11 tackles and blocked an extra point in the fourth quarter of Dobbs’ 28-20 comeback win.
7. Tyler DeVito, Somers: How could the play of the week go unnoticed? Sure, it was DeVito’s only carry of the game, but the standout defensive back made it count, scoring the winning TD on a 60-yard reverse on fourth-and-17 in Somers’ 26-21 defeat of John Jay.
8. Matt Balducci, Haldane: Balducci rushed 25 times for 208 yards and three touchdowns to help Haldane beat Pawling 33-6. It was not only homecoming, but the first night game in program history.
9. Michael Porco, Clarkstown North: He rushed for 140 yards on just 13 carries, including touchdown runs of 74 and 13 yards that broke open a tie game in the second half of North’s 21-7 win at Carmel.
10. Elijah Ngbokoli, Hackley: The sophomore rushed 14 times for 182 yards, including touchdown runs of 88 and 36 yards as the Hornets beat Long Island Lutheran 42-21.
Honorable mention: Shatir Henry rushed for 222 yards and two scores in Ramapo’s 40-25 defeat at the hands of Scarsdale. … Louis Filipelli threw three touchdowns to Kellen Hathaway in Byram Hills’ key 35-14 win at Lakeland. … Ryan Schaenman threw for 138 yards and three touchdowns in Blind Brook’s 33-6 win over visiting Valhalla. … Ryan Baker threw for 135 yards and two TDs in Yorktown’s 42-22 win at Brewster. … Adonis Alcime rushed 17 times for 154 yards and four touchdowns in Nyack’s 41-7 win over Tappan Zee. … Thomas Crowley had 10 tackles (six solo) and a pair of sacks as Albertus Magnus shut out Hastings, 27-0. … Ryan Woltzer had eight tackles, including a strip sack, and one interception in Rye Country Day’s 13-7 defeat of Christ the King. … Markiece Jones ran for 187 yards and two touchdowns in Saunders’ 48-6 victory over Palisade Prep. … Brandon Castro rushed for 120 yards and two second-half touchdowns in Pleasantville’s 19-6 defeat of Putnam Valley.