It’s time once again time to look at the top performances of the week in the world of B.C. high school football.
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1. MICHAEL CALVERT — It was the most varied performance of the season for the South Delta Sun Devils’ masterful senior quarterback. Calvert, in a 50-20 win over Belmont, went 20-of-30 for 293 yards and one touchdown, carried 11 times for 156 yards and two scores, and then caught an eight-yard TD pass.
2. TYLER ECKERT — In a 57-0 win against Coquitlam’s Centennial Centaurs, the St. Thomas More Knights’ running back carried 10 times for 284 yards and five touchdowns.
3. TYSON PHILPOT — In a 55-14 win in North Vancouver over the Carson Graham Eagles, Philpot caught a touchdown pass, returned a kickoff for another finishing with 191 all-purpose yards. He also led the defence with 11 tackles.
4. SAM STEELE — The St. Thomas More linebacker supplied nine tackles as his Knights opened with their fourth straight shutout to open the season, blanking the Centennial Centaurs 57-0.
5. BEN CORBETT — In a 22-20 win over the Ballenas Whalers, the West Vancouver Highlanders’ quarterback went 22-of-41 for 257 yards and three touchdowns.
6. ANDREW KRAFT — The South Delta Sun Devils running back carried 12 times for 104 yards and three touchdowns, and caught six passes for another 67 yards in a 50-20 win over the Belmont Bulldogs.
7. JEVAUN JACOBSEN — He led the way as Port Coquitlam’s No. 1-ranked Terry Fox Ravens dispatched the Kelowna Owls 55-6. Jacobsen scored three touchdowns on offence, then made seven tackles and recorded an interception on defence.
8. BROCK MCCARTNEY — The Robert Bateman Timberwolves star made 10 tackles as a linebacker, blocked two PATs on specials, and finished with 90 combined rushing and pass-catching yards in his team’s 32-12 loss to John Barsby.
9. JELLO JUATCO — The Seaquam Seahawks’ bruising fullback carried eight times for 79 yards and three touchdowns in a 55-14 win at Carson Graham.
10. KINSALE PHILIP — It wasn’t a vintage passing performance in terms of completion percentage or passing yards, yet in a 20-14 win over Vancouver College, one in which the New Westminster Hyack quarterback went 4-for-13 for 78 yards, he threw three touchdown passes.
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