March 15 Weekend Stars

Here are some standout individual performances at both the high school and college level from over the weekend.

Players listed alphabetically.

Tyler DeMattio, North Attleboro: This junior quarterback rushed for 70 yards and three touchdowns on eight carries and completed 8-of-12 passes for 125 yards and another score in his team's 41-13 win over Canton.

Christian Georges, Stoughton: In the Black Knights' 29-7 win over Oliver Ames, Georges got it done on both sides of the ball, as he made seven tackles and four sacks and rushed for a 28-yard touchdown.

Cincere Gill, Mansfield: In Mansfield's 49-7 rout of Franklin, this senior rushed for 148 yards and three touchdowns on just eight carries, and he also caught a pass for 19 yards.

Liam Hines, North Quincy: In a 30-0 win over Dennis-Yarmouth, Hines rushed for 87 yards and a touchdown on offense and made an interception on defense.

Jordan Jackson, Holy Cross: In the Crusaders' 20-3 spring season-opening win over Lehigh, Jackson earned Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week honors with five tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks and a forced fumble.

Devonte Medley, Brockton: This senior quarterback had a big day for the Boxers in a 28-21 win over Durfee, as he passed for three touchdowns and had nearly 400 yards combined throwing and rushing.

Anthony Norcia, Merrimack: In a spring season-opening 14-7 loss to Bryant, Norcia, a wide receiver from Everett, caught four passes for 43 yards and his team's only touchdown.

Brady Olson, Milford: This senior quarterback completed 18-of-26 passes for 290 yards and four touchdowns in the Scarlet Hawks' 34-0 win over Attleboro.

Austin Sutera, Lynnfield: In a 46-21 win over Triton, Sutera completed 19-of-22 passes for school records of 361 yards and six touchdowns.

Chase Vaughan, Milton: This junior quarterback threw for two touchdowns and rushed for a third in his team's 34-7 win over Weymouth.

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