By NoontimeSports.com (@NoontimeSports)
With the second week of New England D3 Football season in the books, it is time to unveil our first Noontime Sports Honor Roll of the season.
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Herbert Acosta (Fitchburg State): Acosta led all receivers with eight receptions for 155 yards, while recording one touchdown against Castleton.
Connor Bourque (Norwich): Bourque rushed for 134 yard and one score in his team’s 17-10 setback to St. Lawrence. Additionally, he recorded 69 yards on four kickoff returns, while averaging 9.0 yards on a pair of punt returns.
Noah Brum (Worcester State): Brum completed 22 of 34 passes for 332 yards and three touchdowns as the Lancers won their first game of the season against Becker.
Brandon Drumgole (SUNY Maritime): Drumgole led all receivers in receptions (13), while concluding his team’s second game of the season with 151 receiving yards and one touchdown.
Evan Cain (Westfield State): Cain led all receivers in receptions (eight) and receiving yards (145). His longest reception resulted in a 40 yard gain.
James Dawson (Salve Regina): Dawson enjoyed another impressive outing on the ground by rushing for 171 yards on 32 carries and one score as the Seahawks defeated Montclair State, 26-20.
Joseph D’Onofrio (Anna Maria): Against Nichols last Friday, D’Onofrio led all rushers with 144 yards on 21 carries, while recording one score.
Zack Edwards (Plymouth State): Edwards enjoyed another impressive game under center, completing 15 of 22 passes for 191 yards and three touchdowns.
Ethan Goldcamp (Coast Guard Academy): Goldcamp completed 32 of 57 passes for 332 yards and two touchdowns, while tossing one interception in his team’s 28-13 setback to Union.
Chris Haggerty (Mass. Maritime Academy): In his team’s first contest of the season, Haggerty tossed three touchdowns – two of those scores landed in the hands of Paul Sances – while completing 20 of 34 passes for 331 yards.
Joe Kalosky (Endicott): Kalosky engineered an improbable comeback late in the fourth quarter that helped the Gulls defeat Bridgewater State for the first time in program history when he connected with Sheilan Velazquez for the game-winning touchdown. The second year signal-caller finished the game with four touchdown passes and 282 passing yards (21-for-38).
Jack Lavanchy (Bridgewater State): Lavanchy led all receivers with seven receptions for 110 yards in his team’s 29-28 setback to Endicott.
Danny McDermott (Salve Regina): McDermott completed 13 of 31 passes for 131 yards and three scores as the Seahawks won its second-straight contest of the season by defeating Montclair State, 26-20. McDermott’s final touchdown in the fourth quarter helped the Seahawks secure an impressive victory.
Alex McLaughlin (Bridgewater State): McLaughlin recorded a pair of scores in his team’s 29-28 setback to Endicott, while concluding the game with 152 yards on 19 carries.
Justin Moffatt (Coast Guard Academy): Moffatt led all receivers with nine receptions, while recording 91 yards and one score in a 28-13 setback to Union.
Dan Orlando (Worcester State): Orlando led all receivers with 117 yards on five receptions as the Lancers captured its initial contest of the season.
Paul Sances (Mass. Maritime Academy): Sances concluded last Friday’s setback to SUNY Maritime with 10 receptions, 226 passing yards and two scores.
Anthony Service (Western New England): Service guided the Golden Bears to their first win of the season by connecting on 19 of 24 passes for 288 yards and four scores.
Riley Shanley (Endicott): Shanley led the Gulls receiving core in receptions (six), yards (99) and touchdown receptions (two).
John Smith (Husson): Against Dean last Saturday, Smith rushed for 159 yards on 28 carries and four scores as the Eagles soared to their second-straight win.
Jacob Szulc (Plymouth State): Szulc hauled in a trio of touchdown passes from Zack Edwards, which helped the Panthers pick-up its second win of the season.
Nelson Valerio (Fitchburg State): Against Castleton last Saturday, Valerio tossed four touchdowns, while completing 19 of 26 passes for 289 yards.
Jordan Wilcox (Springfield): Wilcox was not easy to take down on Saturday as he rushed for 223 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Pride to their second-straight victory.
Quron Wright (Framingham State): Against Cortland, Wright rushed for 167 yards on 20 carries and one touchdown. His longest run of the day was a 65-yard touchdown, which caped a three-play, 76 yard drive.
Jake Behne (Coast Guard Academy): Behne paced the Bears’ defense with nine total tackles (three solo stops), while recording one interception and one pass break-up in his team’s setback to Union College.
Michael Corinna (Norwich): Against St. Lawerence, Corinna tallied eight total stops, including four solo stops and a trio of pass break-ups. One of his eighth total stops was a tackle for a loss of two yards.
Josh David (Mount Ida): David concluded Saturday’s contest against Plymouth State with 10 total tackles, including three tackles for a loss of nine yards and one sack for a loss six yards.
Andrew DeNucci (MIT): Against Curry, DeNucci tallied 11 total tackles, including a sack and one-and-a-half tackles for a loss of three yards. Eight out of his 11 stops were solo tackles.
Rob DiSanto (MIT): DiSanto stuffed the stat sheet last Friday by recording eight total tackles (seven solo stops), one forced fumble and one fumble recovery.
Nathan Fleming (Framingham State): Fleming paced the Rams’ defensive unit with 10 total tackles (eight solo stops), one sack for six yards and one interception (five yards).
Colin McCabe (Mass. Maritime Academy): McCabe finished last Friday’s contest with seven total tackles, including six solo stops. Two of his total tackles were sacks for a loss of 15 yards, while three-and-a-half were tackles for a loss of 22 yards.
Eric Nunez (Worcester State): In his team’s initial win of the season, Nunez recorded eighth total stops (six assists), including a pair of sacks for a loss of nine yards.
Joshua Onujiogu (Framingham State): Against Cortland last Saturday, Onujiogu tallied six total stops (three solo stops) and two-and-a-half sacks for a loss of 24 yards.
John Salute (Salve Regina): Salute concluded his team’s second game with seven total tackles (four solo stops) with four of those stops results in a loss of 27 yards.
Joe Surace (Curry): Surace concluded last Friday’s 15-7 win over MIT with five total tackles, including one sack and two tackles for a loss of three yards. Four of his five stops were solo tackles.
Kurtis Jolicoeur (Western New England): Against Westfield State, Jolicoeur recorded 10 total tackles (seven solo stops), one quarterback hurry and one pass break-up. Three-and-a-half of his tackle total resulted in a loss of 15 yards.
Marquez Walls (Dean): In his team’s initial game of the season against Husson, Walls registered 10 total tackles (six solo stops), one interception and one pass break-up.
Shahiem Wilson (Becker): Wilson was quite impressive against Worcester State, tallying 13 total stops (five solo tackles), one interception (three yard return) and a pair of pass break-ups. One of his 13 total stops resulted in a five-yard loss (tackle for a loss).
Jason Barrientos (Fitchburg State): Barrientos punted the ball six times against Castleton for 209 yards. His longest boot was 43 yards and three of his six punts landed inside the Castleton 20-yard line.
Stefano D’Emilia (Bridgewater State): Against Endicott, D’Emilia punted the ball eight times for a total of 275 yards (34.4 yards per punt). Three of his boots landed inside the Endicott 20-yard-line.
Jacob Guertler (Gallaudet): Against Greensboro, Guertler punted the ball five times for 134 yards – one of those boots landed inside his opponents 20-yard line. Guertler also recorded a trio of extra points, while tallying 225 yards on four kickoffs.
Noah Hwang (Worcester State): In his team’s first win of the season, Hwang recorded 12 points on three field goals and three extra points.
Matthew Murphy (SUNY Maritime): Against Massachusetts Maritime Academy last Friday evening, Murphy made sure the Privateers would secure the Chowder Cup by tallying 13 points with his left foot. Murphy was a perfect seven-for-seven, including three field goals with his longest boot coming from 39-yards out. Additionally, he tallied 473 yards on eight kickoffs, while recording 91 yards on a pair of punts with one of those boots landing inside the Buccaneers’ 20-yard line.