Week seven of the high school football season is in the books, and now you get to decide who put on the best performance from this past weekend’s games.

It won’t be easy, as these five young men each put up really impressive numbers to help lead their respective teams to victory.

Dorian Williams - Running Back, Central

Stepping in for the injured Tias Stewart, the senior back dominated the Memorial defense Friday night, carving them up for 271 yards on 48 carries and three scores.

Camdon Cartwright - Running Back, Boonville

Cartwright added another 203 yards on 31 carries to his stat-line for the season, finding the end zone twice in route to a 37-20 loss to the Princeton Tigers

David Felton - Wide Receiver, Harrison

The junior wide receiver hauled in eight catches for 128 yards and two touchdowns as the Warriors improved to 5-2 on the season, and securing their first winning season since 2004 in the process, in a wild come-from-behind 39-38 win over the Castle Knights.

Noah McLean - Wide Receiver, Castle

Despite the jaw-dropping loss, one in which Castle had a 38-7 lead at halftime, McLean did all he could grabbing nine catches for 168 yards and two scores.

Drayke Richardt - Running Back, Mater Dei

Richardt had another impressive night on the ground in a 59-6 rout over the Bosse Bulldogs, carrying the ball 165 yards on 10 carries, three of which found the end zone.

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