Buchholz comes out on to the field prior to their game vs. Eastside on Friday, Sept. 25, 2020 at Citizens Field in Gainesville, Fla. The Bobcats' defense had a huge night and is recognized among the top performances from Week 4. [PHOTO: Joshua Wilson/FloridaHSFootball.com]

A full month of high school football games have come and gone quickly, and we have another great list of top performances from 11-man and 8-man football to present to you. Check out who made the list of FloridaHSFootball.com’s Statewide Top Performance for Week 4.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Do you have a player you want to nominate for Statewide Top Performances of the Week? Submit your nomination after your game each Friday night through Sunday evening of the preceding week via email to Joshua.Wilson@floridahsfootball.com. Be sure to include player name, position, and statistics for possible inclusion into the list each week.

American Heritage (Delray) Football Team – This team has fought through adversity after the passing of Head Coach Brian Sheridan, which they earned an emotional 24-3 win over Benjamin in honor of Sheridan. It was their first game since Sheridan’s passing.

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LB Jaeden Kinlock, American Heritage (Plantation) – Collected six tackles, two tackles for loss, and forced and recovered two fumbles in the Patriots 24-0 shutout over Clearwater.

WR Rickie Shaw, Andrew Jackson – Had 140 yards receiving and three touchdowns in the Tigers’ 44-8 win over Wolfson.

QB Jalen Sonnier, Andrew Jackson – Threw for 200 yards and three touchdowns in the Tigers’ 44-8 win over Wolfson.

QB Jaquan Lowman, Apopka – Had 171 yards rushing on 18 carries and two rushing touchdowns for the Blue Darters in their 14-7 win over Dr. Phillips.

RB Abreon Torres, Astronaut – Had 14 carries for 261 yards rushing and three touchdowns in the War Eagles’ 48-7 season-opening win over Space Coast.

QB Antonio Caito, Astronaut – Rushed for 132 yards on nine carries and scored three touchdowns in the War Eagles’ 48-7 season-opening win over Space Coast.

https://twitter.com/antonio_caito/status/1309860238569467904?s=20

RB Kayleb Wagner, Baker – Had 146 yards rushing and scored three touchdowns for the Gators in their 32-15 win over visiting Taylor County.

DL Jared Raybon, Baker – Had a monster game in a 32-15 win over Taylor County racking up three sacks, and 11 tackles in the game.

ATH Daithan Davis, Bartow – Had 98 yards receiving and two touchdowns on offense and collected four sacks on defense for the Yellow Jackets in their 20-6 win over Auburndale.

QB/SAF Caden Hastings, Bell – Had six carries for 133 yards rushing and two touchdowns, went 3-of-4 passing for 61 yards and one touchdown, plus had nine tackles, two tackles for loss, and one forced fumble on defense in the Bulldogs’ 39-13 win over First Academy-Leesburg.

WR Andrew Tabor, Bishop Kenny – The junior had five catches for 162 yards receiving with two of the receptions turning into touchdowns in the Crusaders’ 30-21 win over West Nassau.

K Sean Meisler, Bishop Kenny – The senior kicker had field goals of 30, 49 and 52 yards in the Crusaders’ 30-21 win over West Nassau.

LB Jackson Burnett, Bishop Kenny – Collected 11 tackles, recorded an interception and recovered a fumble that was taken back for a touchdown in the Crusaders’ 30-21 win over West Nassau.

QB Adrian Miller, Bishop McLaughlin – Had a huge game for the Hurricanes, accounting for 360 yards of offense (243 rushing, 127 passing) and scoring on five total touchdowns (three rushing, two passing) in their 42-7 thumping of Seven Rivers Christian.

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Agiye Hall, Bloomingdale – Had eight catches for 107 yards and the game-winning touchdown for the Bulls’ 25-22 come-from-behind victory over Tampa Bay Tech.

RB Ken Speights, Blountstown – Had 107 yards rushing and a touchdown, plus returned a 69-yard punt for a touchdown in the Tigers’ close 28-26 loss to Chipley.

LB Evan Graham, Boca Ciega – Collected 13 tackles, three sacks, a forced fumble and an interception return for a touchdown in the Pirates’ 54-9 win over Seminole (Seminole).

https://twitter.com/evangraham300/status/1310052840757395456?s=20

WR Davis Ellis, Bolles – Had 202 yards receiving and a touchdown in the Bulldogs’ 31-24 loss in overtime against Creekside.

QB Ammiel Steele, Booker T. Washington (Pensacola) – The sophomore quarterback, in his first career start, went off going 14-of-18 passing for 233 yards and four touchdowns while scoring one more touchdown on the ground in the Wildcats’ 44-0 season-opening win over Tate.

LB Landon Nedabylek, Boone – Recorded two interceptions and a fumble recovery for the Braves in their 31-24 come-from-behind win over West Orange.

RB Xavier Guyton, Bronson – Had four rushing touchdowns on top of 21 carries for 208 yards for the Eagles in their 42-24 loss to Saint Stephen’s Episcopal

RB Quan Smith, Buchholz – Had a huge hand In the Bobcats’ 51-0 win over Eastside with 129 yards rushing and four touchdowns in the first half alone and scored one more touchdown in the third quarter in the city rivalry.

Buchholz Defense – The Bobcats defense had a huge performance as a unit holding Eastside to minus six yards total and two first downs, collecting five sacks, three interceptions, forcing a fumble, blocking two punts with one going for safety, and not allowing Eastside to cross the 50 yards line at all in their 51-0 win.

RB/SAF Jaiden Bivens, Cambridge Christian – Bivens had five carries for 78 yards and three touchdowns, plus two receptions for 18 yards and a two-point conversion on offense as well as eight tackles (three for loss) and one pass breakup on defense for the Lancers in their 42-3 win over Evangelical Christian.

LB Kyle Pierre, Cambridge Christian – Had eight solo tackles, three tackles for loss, one-and-half sacks, and one forced fumble for the Landers in their 42-3 road win over Evangelical Christian.

SAF Cade Saunders, Cambridge Christian – Collected nine tackles, three tackles for loss, and had a pass breakup for the Lancers’ 42-3 win over Evangelical Christian.

RB Dominic Camarca, Canterbury (Fort Myers) – Scored four total touchdowns (three rushing, one passing) for the Cougars in their 56=28 win over Oasis.

RB Barry White, Canterbury (Fort Myers) – Had four rushing touchdowns for the Cougars in their 56-28 win over Oasis.

QB Brendan Palamar, Carrollwood Day – Was 8-of-12 passing for 178 yards and threw three touchdowns in the Patriots’ 42-0 shutout over Fort White.

RB Thaddius Franklin Jr., Chaminade-Madonna – Had 141 yards rushing and two touchdowns for the Lions in their 21-6 win over Bishop Verot.

RB Donovan Jones, Champagnat Catholic – Rushed 21 times for 116 yards and two touchdowns in the Lions’ 34-14 win at Dade Christian.

QB Isaac Berry, Chipley – Went 13-of-18 passing for 173 yards and two touchdowns in the Tigers’ 28-26 upset over Blountstown.

RB Preston Strope, Creekside – The junior running back carried the ball 32 times for 124 yards and scored two touchdowns in the Knights’ 31-24 overtime upset victory at Bolles.

QB Daniel Plummer, Creekside – Plummer had 247 yards passing and two touchdowns including the gamer winner in the Knights’ 31-24 overtime win over Bolles.

WR Jack Goodrich, Creekside – Had 172 yards receiving and a touchdown in the Knights’ 31-24 overtime victory at Bolles.

QB J.D. Sherrod, Cypress Lake – The sophomore quarterback had four passing touchdowns in the Panthers 48-13 win at Bonita Springs.

QB Diego Arroyo, Cocoa – Went 14-of-17 passing for 332 yards and three touchdowns in the Tigers’ 49-0 win over Palm Bay Heritage.

DL Colin Kroeger, Countryside – Collected 11 tackles, four tackles for loss, six quarterback hurries, and one sack in the Cougars’ 13-10 win over Palm Harbor University.

QB Aaron Manning, DeLand – In the season opener for the Bulldogs, DeLand threw for 160 yards and three touchdowns in a 39-0 shutout over Deltona.

QB Daveon Palmer, Dunbar – Went 18-of-20 passing for 195 yards passing and two touchdowns while also rushing for one more touchdown on four carries for 75 yards in the Tigers’ 35-10 win over Ida Baker.

QB Cade Ross, Eau Gallie – Lit up the scoreboard and stat sheet going 18-of-35 passing for 352 yards and five passing touchdowns in the Commodores’ 48-7 win over Melbourne.

WR Carnell Davis, Eau Gallie – Hauled in only five catches for 162 yards, but three of those five catches were for touchdowns in the Commodores’ 48-7 win over Melbourne.

QB Terrence Ford, Englewood – Passed for five touchdowns for the Rams in their 34-20 win over Middleburg.

DB Noah Ray, Englewood – Recorded two interceptions in the Rams’ 34-20 win at Middleburg.

RB Myles Montgomery, Fletcher – Had 186 yards rushing and a touchdown for the Senators in their 13-0 win over Flagler Palm Coast.

RB Timothy Thomas, Fleming Island – Ran for 170 yards and scored three touchdowns on 19 carries for the Golden Eagles in their 33-10 win over Ridgeview.

DL Jourdan Haynes, Fleming Island – Collected three sacks for the Golden Eagles in their 33-10 win over Ridgeview.

QB Maurice Smith Jr., Fort Pierce Westwood – Went 16-of-24 passing for 254 yards and threw for three touchdowns in a 27-8 win over Port St. Lucie.

https://twitter.com/MauriceJSmithJr/status/1309844438835965952

DB Bryce Cowan, Godby – Collected eight tackles, one pass breakup, and one fumble recovery in the Cougars’ 32-7 win over Chiles.

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QB Lonnie Williams, Godby – Had 180 yards passing and two touchdowns in the Cougars’ 32-7 season opening-win over Chiles.

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QB Joaquin Acuna, Golden Gate – Scored four total touchdowns for the Titans in their 33-13 win over Immokalee.

RB Tyler Means, Harmony – Had 122 yards rushing and two touchdowns on seven carries, plus a 98-yard kickoff return for the Longhorns in their 56-21 loss to Oviedo.

DB Eric Felder, Jefferson (Tampa) – Had two interceptions that were returned for touchdowns in the Dragons’ 53-0 win over Spoto.

QB Jay Allen, John Carroll – Went 11-of-18 for 316 yards passing and scored five total touchdowns (four passing, one rushing) in the Rams’ 47-14 thumping at Avon Park.

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WR Braden Calise, John Carroll – Had four catches for 207 yards and two touchdowns including a 97-yard touchdown reception in the Rams’ 47-14 win over Avon Park.

LB Anthony DePinto, Lake Mary – Caused havoc in the backfield vs. Oak Ridge collecting two sacks, recovering a fumble and having a tackle for a safety in the Rams’ 37-7 rout of Oak Ridge.

QB Braden Davis, Lake Minneola – Went 12-of-18 passing for 170 yards and tossed three touchdowns in the Hawks’ 41-8 thrashing of Tohopekaliga.

RB Sidarius Walker, Lake Minneola – Had 138 yards rushing on 16 carries and scored two touchdowns in the Hawks’ 41-8 victory over Tohopekaliga.

QB Noah Hudak, Lake Brantley – Scored five total touchdowns (four rushing, one passing) in the Patriots’ 55-37 barnburner win over Lyman.

ATH Brady Denaburg, Merritt Island – Had a huge game in the Mustangs’ 44-6 season-opening win over Titusville with two touchdown passes, two rushing touchdowns, a 50-yard field goal, and kicking five extra points.

QB Tyler Buchanan, Milton – Went 15-of-17 passing for 216 yards and threw four touchdowns in the Panthers’ 42-14 win over rival Gulf Breeze.

QB Liam Byrd, Mosley – Lit up the stat sheet going 20-of-27 passing for 362 yards and tossing five touchdown passes in the Dolphins’ 48-13 win over rival Bay.

RB Jaden Rivera, Navarre – Had 21 carries for 142 yards rushing and two touchdowns for the Raiders in their 17-7 road win over Pace to open the season.

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QB Will Carn, Nease – Accounted for four touchdowns (three passing, one rushing) for the Panthers in their 39-33 win over Yulee.

QB Trey Wainwright, Niceville – Was nearly perfect with 14-of-15 passes completed for 254 yards and four touchdowns for the Eagles in their 49-14 win over Fort Walton Beach.

WR Roland Clay, Niceville – Had six catches for 100 yards and two touchdowns in the Eagles’ 49-14 win over Fort Walton Beach.

QB Luke Leongas, North Fort Myers – Went 4-of-7 passing for 190 yards and three touchdowns for the Red Knights in their 48-0 win over East Lee County.

WR Tavin Ward, North Fort Myers – Had three catches for 121 yards receiving and two touchdowns plus had two carries for 10 yards and a touchdown in the Red Knights’ 48-0 win over East Lee County.

RB Markese Norfleet, Northeast (St. Petersburg) – Had 25 carries for 305 yards rushing and four touchdowns in the Vikings’ 39-17 victory over Seminole Osceola.

RB Jalen Scott, Oak Hall – Had 11 carries for 153 yards and three touchdowns for the Eagles in their 38-6 win over Duval Charter in 8-man action.

ATH Cobie Bates, Oakleaf – Accounted for three touchdowns including a kickoff return for the Knights in their 45-28 win over University Christian.

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QB Lee Edouard, Okeechobee – Accounted for two passing touchdowns and two rushing touchdowns for the Brahmans in their 37-22 win over South Fork.

WR Kaderris Roberts, Orangewood Christian – Had four catches for 131 yards receiving with all four catches being receiving touchdowns for the Rams in their 35-0 win over Faith Christian.

https://twitter.com/Kaderris2/status/1309887855775363072?s=20

Osceola Football Team – Rare that we ever mention the entire team entirely, but the Kowboys deserve praise all-around after finding ways to score six touchdowns in five different ways including passing, rushing, punt return, kickoff return, and fumble recovery return in their 56-0 win over Kissimmee Liberty.

QB Luke Rucker, Oviedo – The sophomore quarterback threw for seven touchdowns along with 463 yards passing in the Lions’ 56-21 win over Harmony.

WR Alex Saunders, Oviedo – Had four catches for 130 yards receiving and three touchdowns in the Lions’ 56-21 win over Harmony.

P.K. Yonge Defense – The Blue Wave defense collected nine sacks total and a fumble recovery In their 20-13 win over Santa Fe.

QB John Owens, Plant – The junior quarterback had four passing touchdowns for the Panthers, including the game-winner, in a 42-41 win over Sickles.

QB Jacobi Myers, Ponte Vedra – Had over 250 yards offense and scored three total touchdowns for the Sharks in their 37-10 win over Menendez.

RB Campbell Parker, Ponte Vedra – Had 29 carries for 212 yards rushing and two touchdowns in the Sharks’ 37-10 win over Menendez.

LB Shane Bloss, Ponte Vedra – Had 11 tackles (nine solo) and one-and-half tackles for loss in the Sharks’ 37-10 win over Menendez.

ATH Solomon Luther, Port Charlotte – Had five catches for 157 yards receiving and had 45 yards rushing and scored three total touchdowns for the Pirates in their 38-0 win over Sarasota.

QB Zachary Pleuss, Ridge Community – Went of 18-of-36 passing for 278 yards and three touchdowns in a 40-30 loss to Winter Haven.

RB Patrick Forsyth, St. Cloud – Had 18 crr

QB Gage Malkin, Satellite – Went 12-of-16 passing for 133 yards and three touchdowns as well as four carries for 26 yards in the Scorpions’ 63-0 win over Cocoa Beach.

QB Timmy McClain, Seminole (Sanford) – Had two rushing touchdowns including a 63-yard score in the Fighting Seminoles’ 31-14 win over Mainland.

QB Greg Jones, South Lake – Had 162 yards passing and scored three total touchdowns (two passing, one rushing) in the Eagles’ 52-36 season-opening win over Leesburg.

DB Juju Galdos, Sunlake – Had 13 total tackles, two forced fumbles, and one interception return for a touchdown in the Seahawks’ 20-17 win over Land O’ Lakes.

QB Jaquez Moore, Suwannee – Scored four total touchdowns (two passing, two rushing) in the Bulldogs 38-20 win over Bradford.

QB Xavione Washington, Tampa Catholic – The sophomore quarterback had 178 yards passing and three touchdowns in the Crusaders’ 35-7 win over Zephyrhills.

https://twitter.com/XavioneW/status/1309930254249660416?s=20

WR A.J. Williams, Tampa Catholic – Had 115 receiving yards and three touchdowns in the Crusaders’ 35-7 win over Zephyrhills.

Tampa Catholic Defense – Forced three turnovers (two fumbles and an interception) and sacked Zephyrhills’ quarterback five times in the Crusaders’ 35-7 win.

WR Daniel Shaw, Terry Parker – Had six catches for 187 yards receiving and three touchdowns in the Braves’ 21-20 loss to Atlantic Coast.

RB Jamarian Samuel, Trinity Catholic – Had 22 carries for 145 yards rushing and three touchdowns, plus had a 24-yard touchdown pass on a flea-flicker as well as a 19-yards receiving in the Celtics 38-7 win over Gainesville.

https://twitter.com/JamarianSamuel/status/1309644458569478146?s=20

RB Treyaun Webb, Trinity Christian (Jacksonville) – Scored three rushing touchdowns, including the game-winner, while carrying the ball for 133 yards in the Conquerors 28-21 come-from-behind win over Columbia.

QB Nick Vattiato, TRU Prep – Went 10-of-11 passing for 210 yards and four touchdowns in the Saints’ debut game with a 44-6 win over A’kelynn’s Angels Christian.

QB AJ Cortese, Union County – Had five total touchdowns (four passing, one rushing) for the Tigers in their 49-14 thumping over Interlachen.

QB Adan Figueroa, University (Orange City) – Scored three rushing touchdowns for the Titans in their 26-7 win over Seabreeze.

QB Colin Blazek, Venice – Went 19-of-23 passing for 243 yards and two touchdowns in the Indians’ 35-7 win over Sarasota Riverview.

RB Bobby McMillian, Vero Beach – The senior running back had 16 carries for 134 yards rushing and three touchdowns in the Indians’ 34-7 win over Centennial.

RB Cornelius Shaw, Victory Christian – Only had 12 carries, but had a huge night with 354 yards rushing and four touchdowns as the Storm ran past Cardinal Mooney 42-20.

RB Zak Sedaros, Viera – Had three total touchdowns (two rushing and one receiving) for the Hawks in their 41-6 season-opening win over Bayside.

SAF Elijah Hopkins, West Port – The Wolf Pack defender stripped the ball from a Belleview running back, scooping it up and scoring the game-winning touchdown from 75-yards out to shock the Rattlers 18-17 to open the season.

QB Rocco Becht, Wiregrass Ranch – Had a huge night going 15-of-21 passing for 290 yards and six touchdowns for the Bulls in their 41-21 win over River Ridge.

Top performances of the week were compiled from nominations received from coaches and information from reports from the Charlotte Sun, Citrus County Chronicle, Daytona Beach News-Journal, Florida Times-Union, Florida Today, Fort Myers News-Press, Gainesville Sun, Irish Bill’s Twist on Sports, Lake City Reporter, Lakeland Ledger, Leesburg Daily Commercial, Miami Herald, Naples Daily News, Northwest Florida Daily News, Ocala Star-Banner, Orlando Sentinel, Palm Beach Post, Panama City News Herald, Pensacola News Journal, PrimeTimePreps.com, St. Augustine Record, Sarasota Herald-Tribune, South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Tampa Bay Times, and TC Palm

EDITOR’S NOTE: Do you have a player you want to nominate for Statewide Top Performances of the Week? Submit your nomination after your game each Friday night through Sunday evening of the preceding week via email to Joshua.Wilson@floridahsfootball.com. Be sure to include player name, position, and statistics for possible inclusion into the list each week.