The Weston (Mass.) High School football team is off to a fast start, beating Randolph 31-14 and squeaking out a win, 28-27, over league rival Carver. Leading the way for the Wildcats is junior QB Brett Rowe
(6’0, 175), who was named the Boston Globe Player of the Week after his impressive game against Randolph. Rowe completed 15 of 18 passes for 203 yards and three touchdowns while also rushing 15 times for 102 yards. Through two games, Rowe is 32 of 43 for 410 yards and five touchdowns with only one interception. Weston might be undersized, but what they lack in size they make up for in speed, especially at the RB position. Junior RB Carlfred Malcom
is also off to a hot start, rushing for 176 yards on only 19 carries (9.2 YPC) and scoring four touchdowns. Despite having only three seniors on the roster, Weston looks like a force to be reckoned with in Division 3.