Hosch, Cote Earn Week Eight Gold Helmets After Posting Career-Days

Hosch, Cote Earn Week Eight Gold Helmets After Posting Career-Days

Harvard's quarterback, Scott Hosch and Curry's quarterback, Riley Cote receive week 8 New England Football Writers' Association Gold Helmets (Athletic Communications).

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Quarterbacks Scott Hosch of Harvard, and Riley Cote of Curry, have been awarded New England Football Writers' Association Gold Helmets, sponsored by the Jack Grinold Eastern Massachusetts Chapter of the National Football Foundation, after posting career-days in leading their respective teams to convincing wins Oct. 24.

Hosch tossed for a career-high 437 yards, connecting on 29-of-40 passes and two touchdown strikes in Harvard’s 42-7 triumph over Princeton. The senior’s 437 yards through the air was the most for a Harvard quarterback at home and was the third most overall. The Sugar Hill, Georgia native threw for 270 yards in the first half alone, guiding Harvard to win its 20th-straight game, including a program record 14th-straight Ivy League contest and 10th-consecutive home game.

Cote accounted for all six scores in Curry’s dominant 42-14 win over Coast Guard, tossing four touchdown passes while adding a pair of scores on the ground to down the Bears, who were previously unbeaten in New England Football Conference play and tied for first place in the conference standings. In just his second-career start, the freshman was 24-of-35 through the air, tossing for 351 yards, while rushing seven times for 45 yards, totaling 396 of the Colonels 533 yards of total offense. The Bedford, New Hampshire native provided the bulk of his damage in the second quarter, scoring a pair of touchdowns through the air and another two on the ground to give Curry a 28-0 lead as it cruised to victory.


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 Bryant Shirreffs, QB, Connecticut

 Connor Caveny, DL, Sacred Heart

 Chad Ward, WR, Bryant University

 Victor Williams, WR, Dartmouth

 Dalyn Williams, QB, Dartmouth

 Alexander Jette, WR, Brown

 Peter Pujals, QB, Holy Cross

 Scott Hosch, QB, Harvard

 Donovan Phanor, DB, Stonehill

 Matt Silva, QB, Framingham State

 John Doyon, LB, Maine Maritime

 Matt Foltz, QB, Stonehill

 Mark Behne, DB, Coast Guard

 Will Arndt, QB, Western Connecticut

 Sonny Puzzo, QB, Trinity

 Riley Cote, QB, Curry