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AARON EVERSON

Bartlett, senior, RB

Everson was a work horse like usual Friday, racking up 262 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 38 carries in a 37-7 victory against rival South Elgin.The senior also broke Bartlett’s single season rushing record during the Upstate Eight Valley triumph.

HONOR ROLL

Week 1 — Cody Lane, Dundee-Crown

Week 2 — Aaron Everson, Bartlett

Week 3 — Aaron Everson, Bartlett

Week 4 — Aaron Everson, Bartlett

Week 5 — Ryan Ritchie, Burlington C.

Week 6 — Davontae Elam, St. Edward

Week 7 — Aaron Everson, Bartlett

Week 8 — Aaron Everson, Bartlett

Week 9

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