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Top Performers: Week 7

Here are your top performers from Week 7...

QB: Andrew Taylor, Loudoun Valley
The Vikings' junior signal caller had another big night, putting up 197 yards on 17 of 30 passing with three TDs and one interception. Taylor continues to lead the county with 12 touchdown passes on the season and is second in passing yardage behind Heritage's Austin Nelson with 992 yards.

RB: Marcus Harris, Stone Bridge
Harris helped power the Bulldogs past a feisty Fairfax squad with his second 200-yard rushing effort of the season. The junior tailback finished with 22 carries for 205 yards and a score and his 855 yards on the season have him only 46 yards behind Ja'Juan Jones of South Lakes for the Liberty District rushing lead.

WR: Michael Ayoub, Loudoun County
The Raiders junior receiver had broke out in 2008 and he's now firmly in the conversation about the top receivers in the Dulles District. With six catches for 87 yards and two touchdowns, Ayoub has 17 catches and 242 yards over the last two weeks.

PK: Kevin Flamenco, Park View
It was a great week for kickers in the Dulles District, but Park View's junior soccer-turned-football player shone the brightest with a 49-yard blast to go along with four extra points in the Patriots' 37-0 rout of Potomac Falls. Flamenco is a perfect 15 for 15 on PAT's and has two field goals on the season. His reliability just might sway Coach Andy Hill to go for three rather than going for it on most fourth downs.

O-Line: Stone Bridge
The Bulldogs passing attack managed a single completion on four attempts, but still managed to get the job done on offense with 34 carries for 270 yards and three touchdowns. (Since we only had rushing totals for Harris and Kyle Gouveia, this isn't even the full total). Kudos to the big boys up front for giving their backs the openings they needed to break of several big plays.

Defense: Park View
With no stats coming in from the Panthers it's hard to quantify the Patriots' defensive effort. But as the only team to hold their opponent scoreless last week, we'll give them the nod over Loudoun County, which had a great defensive effort against Briar Woods. For video of Park View's defensive gem, check out these highlights, produced by our friends at DullesDistrict.com.

Playmaker: QB Brandon Lee, Park View
Lee was all over the place against Potomac Falls, rushing for 84 yards and two short touchdowns on eight carries and completing 7 of 12 passes for 167 yards, including a 55-yard touchdown to Tommy Sedeski.

Other notable performances...
RB T.J. Peeler, Broad Run - 22 carries, 181 yards, TD
RB Daryus Beale, Park View - 7 carries, 114 yards, 2 TDs (16.3 yards per carry).
PK Charles Donkor, Dominion - 47-yard field goal.

Think I missed someone? Let me know who and why below!

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By Matt Brooks  |  October 13, 2009; 11:06 PM ET
Categories:  Broad Run High School , Dominion High School , Football , Loudoun Valley High School , Top Performers  
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