We have the perfect top play in this week's 9NEWS Prep Rally Honor Roll!

Kicking off our list, Arapahoe Warriors' Zander Hahn and Cameron Gail were clutch in the 5A boys soccer playoff quarterfinals against the undefeated Fairview Knights. Late in the game, Hahn's corner kick found Gail's head for the only score of the game and eventual win.

The No. 8 Warriors upset over No. 1 Fairview advanced them to the Final 4 where they will face the No. 13 seeded Broomfield Eagles.

Our fourth ranked play is for the four touchdowns Regis Jesuit's Kiahn Martinez rushed in their first round playoff victory over the Smoky Hill Buffaloes. The senior running back reached the end zone four times, including a punt return from Smoky's 46-yard line for the score on Friday night.

At number three, Denver East Angels' wideout Aaron Franklin was not going down. East quarterback Myles Patterson threw into coverage, but Franklin would haul it in anyway. The receiver would shed two tackles before walking into the end zone, but not without a chest pounding celebration.

This week's runner-up play of the week was also a great catch-and-score, but this one came with a little more finesse. Lakewood quarterback Pierce Holley would find Keondre Beauty would bobble the catch but haul it in the spin out of coverage for the score.

The Tigers had a great week on the field and also on the mat. Amber Boll was perfect, literally, at the 2018 Gymnastics State Championship. After winning the 5A All-Around competition on Day 1 Boll not only swept all four events (vault, uneven bars, beam and floor) but also earned a perfect "10" on her vault.

Yes, the senior and Air Force Academy commit won the All-Around then won four more individual events Saturday with a perfect score.

We've ranked them, now we'd like to hear what you think should be our top play! VOTE for the play you think should be placed in the top spot. The winner will be announced during the 9NEWS Sunday morning Prep Rally. If you can't see the poll below, visit https://plbz.it/2JKw7QW.

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