Posted On: 11/10/20 12:28 PM

Week 6 concluded the six-game regular season, and now a handful of postseason games remain before the wild and unpredictable 2020 season comes to an end. There were some eye-popping performances in Week 6. Some received noteworthy praise, and rightfully so, while others went about business in a quieter fashion. Let’s take a look at five under-the-radar performances from Week 6.

Alex BenitezAlexBenitez5'8" | RBMontgomery | 2022StateNJ, Montgomery: The senior Montgomery quarterback and defensive back had a strong day in the Cougars’ 44-6 victory over Immaculata on Saturday, helping the team win their third straight and get past .500 at 3-2. Benitez did his damage on the ground, rushing for 150 yards on 20 carries with scoring runs of 1, 4, 5 and 9 yards. He capitalized on his opportunities to tuck it in and run, and he followed his blockers up front to get his yardage. He was also effective on defense with five tackles and an interception. Montgomery meets Scotch Plains-Fanwood in Week 7.

Dan Riser, Wood-Ridge: Riser, a senior tight end and defensive lineman, helped Wood-Ridge snap a three-game losing streak following a 7-6 victory over Saddle Brook on Friday. He was effective on both ends, scoring the lone

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