Big goals, integral assists, a multitude of points or profound play between the pipes…the choice is yours.Select your SportsFood.com / Alite Flooring Player(s) of the Week below from a diverse list of standout skaters and their remarkable efforts.
Check out the list of candidates and make your pick(s) in the poll below.
NOTE: Polls close at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 27
Nic Lidondici, CBA: The senior delivered a hat trick effort in a 4-2 victory over Class A North divisional rival Middletown North.
Logan Beattie, Wall Township: The junior netminder steered aside 37 of 28 shots in 3-1 victory over Freehold Township, before stopping 32 of 34 to preserve a 2-2 tie with divisional foe St. John VIanney.
Chris Repmann, Middletown North: The sophomore delivered three points and two goals, including the game-winner, in a 3-1 upset of Class A North rival and parochial state power St. John Vianney, before closing out his Week 4 with another couple of tallies in 3-2 win over Manalapan.
Deven Ralph, Middletown South: The senior had a goal and two helpers in a Class A North victory over Howell, and included in the three-point evening was his 100th career point.
Nick Lioudakis, Middletown South: The senior centerman had two goals and two assists in a divisional victory over Howell.
Chase Dorworth, Rumson-Fair Haven: The junior notched his first career hat trick in a 5-3 victory over divisional foe St. Rose, lifting the Bulldogs to their first A-North win of the season.
John Gelatt, St. John Vianney: The junior centerman had goals in each of St. John Vianney’s three Week 4 games, including two tallies and four points in a 7-1 triumph over local parochial rival Red Bank Catholic, and the game-tying marker in 2-2 tie with Wall Township.
Michael Farinacci, Manasquan: The freshman had two goals and two assists in a 7-6 victory over Class A Central rival Central Regional, allowing the Warriors to remain as the division’s lone unbeaten team.
Michael Ottone, Freehold Township: The junior keeper was stellar in a Week 4 meeintg with public state power Wall Township, stopping 37 shots in a 3-1 loss.
Dylan Haar, Ocean Township: The junior helped the Spartans to three victories in Week 4 and delivered a hat trick effort in an 8-1 triumph over Class A Central rival Freehold Boro.
Thomas Swartwout, Brick Memorial: The junior defenseman was a two-way force in Week 4, notching five goals and five assists, including two tallies and three helpers in a 5-5 tie with crosstown rival Brick Township.
Matt Pousson, Jackson Memorial: The senior netminder stopped 25 of 27 shots faced in a non-divisional victory over Rumson-Fair Haven, before posting his fifth career shutout with 27 saves in a victory over crosstown rival Jackson Liberty.
Hunter Price, Brick Township: In Week 4 the senior was every bit of the two-way defenseman he’s billed to be, registering eight goals, including two hat trick efforts against Toms River South-East and Steinert.
Kyley Toye, Brick Township: The freshman standout logged her first career goal in a victory over Steinert, becoming the first female skater to deliver a goal for Brick Township since her mother — Cindy Acropolis-Toye — completed the feat in 1996.
Tom Colorio & Eric Dahl, Point Boro: Colorio had two goals and an assist in a big 4-1 win over Class A South divisional rival Southern Regional, Dahl logged his third career hat trick in a 7-2 victory over non-divisional rival St. Rose.
Joe Granza & Zach D’Andrea, Jackson Liberty: The duo combined for 11 points on six goals and five assists in a Class A South victory over Toms River North.