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 9.

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.

RB Zay Mathis, All Saints – Had 133 yards rushing and two touchdowns, plus had one receiving touchdown in the Saints’ 42-12 over Shorecrest Prep in the SSAC AA 8-man Playoffs.

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SAF Daemon Fagan, American Heritage (Plantation) – Had two interceptions for the Patriots in their 23-17 win over rival Cardinal Gibbons.

DB James Williams, American Heritage (Plantation) – Had a blocked field goal that he returned for a touchdown and also forced a fumble that prevented a late score in the Patriots’ 23-17 win over Cardinal Gibbons.

RB Anthony Alls, Auburndale – Rushed for 170 yards and two touchdowns for the Bloodhounds in a 34-23 win over Jensen Beach.

RB Joe Brunson, Baker – Had 26 carries for 206 yards rushing and scored all four touchdowns for the Gators in their 26-25 win over Sneads.

ATH Gavin Clouse, Bay – Had four catches for 91 yards and a touchdown on offense plus had an interception return for a touchdown and a fumble recovery on defense in the Tornadoes’ 38-30 win over Arnold.

RB Travis Bates, Berkeley Prep – Rushed 11 times for 137 yards and three touchdowns in a 41-7 win over Clearwater Central Catholic.

QB Jacob Azizi, Bishop Verot – Went 17-of-23 passing for 257 yards and five touchdowns in the Vikings’ 42-0 win over Lely.

WR Malik Curtis, Bishop Verot – Had 115 receiving yards and three touchdowns for the Vikings in their 42-0 win over Lely.

QB Taffrey Peterman, Boca Ciega – Went 13-of-15 passing for 313 yards and four touchdowns in the Pirates’ 30-0 win over Hollins.

QB Dae’Jon Shanks, Bradford – Went 15-of-26 passing for 265 yards and two touchdowns for the Tornadoes in their 31-20 loss to South Sumter.

WR Adontae Balfour, Bradford – Had nine catches for 200 yards and a touchdown plus had a 76-yard kickoff return for a touchdown in the Tornadoes’ 31-20 loss to South Sumter.

RB Quan Smith, Buchholz – Had 123 yards rushing for the Bobcats and scored three total touchdowns – including one on a punt return – in a 49-27 win over Creekside.

QB Creed Whittemore, Buchholz – The sophomore quarterback was responsible for 235 yards of offense – 172 passing, 63 rushing – and three total touchdowns – two passing, one rushing – in the Bobcats’ 49-27 win over Creekside.

QB Gabe Contento, Calvary Christian (Fort Lauderdale) – Went 7-of-9 passing for 243 yards and three touchdowns in the Eagles’ 32-0 win over American.

QB Chris Stephenson, Cambridge Christian – Went 10-of-16 passing for 185 yards for a touchdown plus rushed 12 times for 117 yards and two more touchdowns in the Lancers’ 46-35 win over Orlando Christian Prep.

RB Andrew Partyka, Christ’s Church Academy – Had 193 yards rushing for one touchdown in the Eagles’ 24-7 win over St. Joseph

DB Hunter Hollis, Christ’s Church Academy – Collected two interceptions for the Eagles in their 24-7 win over St. Joseph.

RB Al’querious Ray, Clay – Had 192 yards rushing on 19 carries and scored five times in the Blue Devils’ 63-27 win over Ridgeview to remain undefeated on the season.

WR D’maruion Frazier, Clay – Had five catches for 103 yards and two touchdowns for the Blue Devils’ in their 63-27 win over Ridgeview.

QB DJ Arroyo, Cocoa – Was 18-of-30 passing for 279 yards and three touchdowns in the Tigers’ 27-14 win over Eau Gallie.

DE Jmariaye “Daniel” Robinson, Cocoa – Had seven tackles, five sacks, three quarterback hurries, and one pass breakup for the Tigers in their 27-14 win over Eau Gallie.

RB Keshawn Barrett, Coral Glades – Had 138 yards rushing and two touchdowns for the Jaguars in their 34-14 win over Coral Springs.

ATH Leroy Lopez, Countryside – Had 244 yards of offense – 174 rushing, 70 receiving – and scored three total touchdowns in a win over Seminole (Seminole).

QB Blayne Romano, Eustis – Threw for 368 yards passing and five touchdowns for the Panthers in their 41-40 win over rival Leesburg.

CB Jaylen Collins, Flagler Palm Coast – Had the game-sealing interceptions plus had a blocked punt and broke up three passes for the Bulldogs in their 15-14 win over Madison County.

K Julian Del Castillo, Flagler Palm Coast – Kicked three field goals of 38, 26, and 43 yards for the Bulldogs that guided them to a 15-14 win over Madison County.

RB Timmy Thomas, Fleming Island – Had 21 carries for 163 yards rushing and two touchdowns for the Golden Eagles in their 35-14 win over Atlantic Coast.

RB Sam Singleton, Fleming Island – Had 125 yards rushing and two touchdowns in the Golden Eagles’ 35-14 win over Atlantic Coast.

QB Rich Mellien, First Baptist (Naples) – Had 165 yards rushing and three touchdowns plus threw for two more touchdowns in the Lions’ 42-7 win over previously undefeated Community School of Naples.

QB RJ Cabrera, Fort Meade – Went 10-of-14 passing for 157 yards and threw for three touchdowns in the Miners’ 40-12 win over Mulberry.

RB Travis Hutchinson, Foundation Academy – Had 102 yards rushing on 10 carries and a touchdown for the Lions in their 47-14 win over West Oaks Academy.

DB Ian Garcia, Foundation Academy – Had two interceptions including one returned for a touchdown plus five tackles and kicked a 27-yard field goal in the Lions’ 47-14 win over West Oaks Academy.

ATH Jordan Oladokun, Gaither – Stepped into the quarterback role for the first time and went 13-of-22 passing for 289 yards passing and three touchdowns, plus added one more touchdown on the ground in the Cowboys’ 47-8 win over Freedom (Tampa).

DL Mario Eugenio, Gaither – Had a huge night with six sacks, nine tackles including seven for loss, and forced a fumble in the Cowboys’ 47-8 win over Freedom (Tampa).

SAF Jacob Camacho, Glades Central – Had two interceptions including one returned for a touchdown for the Raiders in their 41-0 win over Palm Beach Central.

QB Zo’Marion Harper, Glades Central – Went 22-of-31 passing for 4117 yards and three touchdowns in the Raiders’ season-opening 41-0 win over Palm Beach Central.

DE Jeremiah Parker, Godby – Collected five sacks, four tackles, and one tackle for loss plus added a forced fumble in the Cougars’ 56-20 win over FAMU DRS.

RB Tyler Emans, Harmony – Had 12 carries for 155 yards rushing and scored all four touchdowns in the Longhorns’ 28-21 win over New Smyrna Beach.

RB D.J. Coston, Hilliard – Had 159 yards rushing and two touchdowns plus returned a kickoff for a touchdown in the Red Flashes’ 40-6 win over Halifax Academy.

WR Ladamian Starks, Hudson – Had seven catches for 175 yards and three touchdowns for the Cobras in their 38-31 win over Cypress Creek (Wesley Chapel).

RB Soloman Ransom, Jay – Had 32 carries for 267 yards rushing and three touchdowns plus one reception for 14 yards in the Royals’ 43-30 win over Lighthouse PCA.

QB Jay Allen, John Carroll – Threw for 198 yards and two touchdowns in the Golden Rams’

QB Robbie Sanders, Lake Minneola – Went of 7-of-8 passing for 154 yards and threw four touchdowns in the Hawks’ 63-0 win over Tavares.

DB Antwan Walden, Lake Minneola – Collected two interceptions along with two tackles in the Hawks’ 63-0 win over Tavares.

LB De’Drick Smith, Lee – Collected three sacks for the Generals in their 29-3 rout over Gainesville.

RB Jason Hogan, Lemon Bay – Had 22 carries for 177 yards rushing and two touchdowns in the Manta Rays’ 35-0 win over North Port.

DE Colt Brown, Mainland – Collected up three sacks for the Buccaneers in their 24-0 win over rival Seabreeze.

QB Tre Lawrence, Mandarin – Went 12-of-18 passing for 168 yards and four touchdowns in the Mustangs’ 34-12 victory over Ed White.

Mandarin Defense – The Mustangs defense collected up three interceptions and five sacks as well as forcing four fumbles in their 35-12 win over Ed White.

RB Aaron Roberson, Matanzas – Had 21 carries for 178 yards rushing and two touchdowns plus had three catches for 71 yards and a rushing touchdown 41-6 win over Englewood.

QB Jaden Williams, Miami Carol City – Threw for 172 yards and two touchdowns for the Chiefs in their 32-14 win over Port Charlotte.

WR Jermaine Hawkins, Miami Killian – Had six catches for 145 yards and four touchdowns for the Cougars in their 48-19 rout over Miami Norland.

QB Tyler Buchanan, Milton – Went 11-of-21 passing for 199 yards and four touchdowns in the Panthers’ 63-41 loss to Niceville.

QB Ezra Brennan, Mitchell – Went 15-of-21 passing for 260 yards and five touchdowns in the Mustangs’ 52-14 win over Sickles.

ATH Isaiah Bryan, Mount Dora Christian – Returned two punts for 103 yards total and scored two touchdowns on the returns in the Bulldogs’ 49-21 win over Berean Christian.

RB Dedric Hall, Nature Coast – Had 14 carries for 100 yards rushing and two touchdowns, plus had seven catches for 150 yards receiving and one more touchdown for the Sharks in their 28-21 win over Crystal River.

QB Trey Wainwright, Niceville – Went 16-of-23 passing for 288 yards and three touchdowns in the Eagles’ 63-41 win over Milton.

RB Micah Turner, Niceville – Had 15 carries for 139 yards rushing and three touchdowns in the Eagles’ 63-41 win over Milton.

DB JP Pickles, North Florida Christian – Collected 16 tackles, eight tackles for loss, two sacks, three quarterback hurries, recovered a fumble in the Eagles’ 53-26 win over Taylor County.

OL/DL Sam Cooper, North Florida Christian – Had 86% blocking grade with two pancake blocks plus collected 10 tackles, three tackles for loss, and forced a fumble in the Eagles’ 53-26 win over Taylor County.

RB Deandre McCray, North Florida Christian – Had 10 carries for 155 yards rushing and three touchdowns plus one reception for 22 yards and a touchdown in the Eagles’ 53-26 win over Taylor County.

DL Jorge Torres, Park Vista – Had two fumble recoveries including one for a scoop-and-score in the Cobras season-opening 25-7 win over Santaluces.

Oakleaf Offensive Line – The Knights’ offensive line allowed for 400 yards rushing on 42 carries and three rushing touchdowns in their 35-14 win over Nease.

WR K’ameronn Joseph, Olympic Heights – Had 163 yards receiving on four catches and two touchdowns for the Lions in their 21-7 win over Spanish River.

RB Ja’Randy Swint, Osceola (Kissimmee) – Rushed for 133 yards and two touchdowns in the Kowboys’ 34-7 win over Lake Nona.

LB Zack Bragg, Palmetto Ridge – Collected four tackles, two tackles for loss, two sacks, a forced fumble, and broke a pass up in the Bears’ 42-14 win over Gulf Coast.

WR Malique Dieudonne, Palmetto Ridge – Had nine catches for 185 yards and two touchdowns for the Bears in their 42-14 win over Gulf Coast.

QB Cedquan Smith, Plantation – Went 30-of-44 passing for 267 yards passing for three touchdowns in the Colonels’ 55-41 loss to Western.

RB Romello Jones, Plant City – Rushed for 203 yards and five touchdowns for the Raiders in their 35-7 win over Durant.

QB Ryan Browne, Riverview (Sarasota) – Went 10-of-22 passing for 152 yards and two touchdowns for the Rams in their 16-7 win over Palmetto.

QB Elias Allen, Rockledge – Went 13-of-19 passing for 242 yards and two touchdowns as well had eight carries for 118 yards and a rushing touchdown in the Raiders’ 41-18 win over Viera.

DB Phineas Allen, Rockledge – Collected five tackles plus blocked PAT, forced a fumble, and three pass breakups for the Raiders in their 41-28 win over Viera.

QB Peyton Mainolfi, Royal Palm Beach – Threw for 340 yards passing and four touchdowns in the Wildcats’ 26-21 win over Wellington.

WR Cody Walselewski, Royal Palm Beach – Had 180 yards receiving and three touchdowns in for the Wildcats in their 26-21 win over Wellington.

RB Patrick Forsyth, St. Cloud – Had 227 yards rushing on 37 carries and two touchdowns in the Bulldogs’ 29-7 victory over Victory Christian.

QB CJ Denmark, St. Petersburg Catholic – Went 12-of-16 passing for 321 yards and tossed three touchdowns while running for one more score in the Barons’ 49-23 win over Indian Rocks Christian.

RB Anthony Hankerson, St. Thomas Aquinas – Rushed for 123 yards and three touchdowns in the Raiders’ over DeLand.

Satellite Offensive Line – The Scorpions’ offensive line led the way with 351 yards of total offense – 188 rushing, 163 passing – and gave up zero sacks while earning their first-ever win over Melbourne Central Catholic, a 35-0 shutout victory.

RB Brandon Gibson, South Lake – Had 17 carries for 310 yards rushing and five touchdowns for the Eagles in their 41-13 win over Mount Dora.

RB AJ Darring, Stoneman Douglas – Had 18 carries for 165 yards rushing and a touchdown in the Eagles’ 14-6 season-opening win over Coral Springs.

QB David Wright, Tampa Bay Tech – Threw for 319 yards and three touchdowns as the Titans went on to defeat Wiregrass Ranch 48-14.

RB Jamarian Samuel, Trinity Catholic – Had 235 yards rushing on 23 carries and three touchdowns for the Celtics in their 27-24 win over Calvary Christian (Clearwater).

QB Alexander Law, Vanguard – Went 11-of-13 passing for 122 yards and three touchdowns for the Knights in their 36-0 win over Lake Weir.

QB Collin Hurst, Western – Went 19-of-28 passing for 243 yards and two touchdowns plus had 32 yards rushing and one more touchdown in the Wildcats’ 55-41 shootout win over Plantation.

RB Joey Vega, Western – Rushed for 203 yards on 13 carries and scored three touchdowns for the Wildcats in their 55-41 win over Plantation.

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.

Top performances of the week were compiled from nominations received from coaches and information from reports from the Daytona Beach News-Journal, Florida Times-Union, Florida Times-Union, Fort Myers News-Press, Lakeland Ledger, Leesburg Daily Commercial, Miami Herald, Naples Daily News, Northwest Florida Daily News, Ocala Star-Banner, Orlando Sentinel, Panama City News Herald, PrimeTimePreps.com, Sarasota Herald-Tribune, South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Tampa Bay Times, and TC Palm