Roseville improved to 5-1 on the season with a 28-7 victory over Champlin Park Oct. 6. While Roseville was in the driver's seat for most of the game, players from both sides were able to stand out from the rest. With a few days to reflect, here, in no particular order, are the top five impressive players from the game.
Running back/defensive back Zachary Andrade– Roseville
Andrade found a way, like he has for a majority of the season, to impact the game on both sides of the ball. Andrade ran for 60 yards and a touchdown, caught four passes for 31 yards and a touchdown and intercepted a pass on defense. Andrade is arguably the team's top playmaker, and fans can expect to see him continue to find different ways to help his team win throughout the rest of the season.
Linebacker Blaize Fobbe– Champlin Park
Fobbe was involved in almost every tackle during the second half of the Rebels' loss. Fobbe stands at 5-foot-11, but makes up for his lack of size by always keeping his feet moving to keep ball carriers from picking up yards after initial contact. While the Rebels have struggled at times this season, Fobbe has been a bright spot for Champlin Park.
Quarterback Luke Bouchart– Roseville
While it took him a while to get going, Bouchart eventually found his groove, as he threw a touchdown pass in the third quarter to pad Roseville's lead. He also helped lead the Roseville running game, as he led the team with 63 rushing yards and his physical running style works as a change-of-pace from Andrade's game that is based around a combination of speed and physicliity.
Linebacker Vincent Lamberty– Champlin Park
Lamberty, much like Fobbe, was a force on defense for the Rebels. Lamberty recorded an interception to set the Rebels up for their lone touchdown of the game, and also made several key tackles in the first half that kept Roseville from putting together long drives early on. While the Rebel offense could not get going against Roseville, Lamberty helped key a Champlin Park defense that played well for a majority of the contest.
Defensive back Reggie Morrow– Roseville
Morrow picked off Champlin Park quarterback Joey Faulds twice, with his first interception resulting in a 70-yard pick-six that gave Roseville an early lead. Morrow helped limit Champlin Park to just 46 passing yards in the game, and helped Roseville limit the Rebels to just seven points in the victory.