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Longmeadow's Joseph Cardaropoli tries to get around Brockton's goalie, David Isaac in Division 1 State Championship soccer, at Worcester State University. Mark Lorenz for the Boston Globe.

Boston Globe 2017 Fall All-Scholastics teams

See a sport-by-sport rundown of the players of the year and top performers from the recently completed season.

Brockton celebrates after taking home the Division 1 State Championship against Longmeadow. Mark Lorenz for the Boston Globe.

10 moments to remember from the fall high school sports season

A longtime coach stepping down, a golf controversy, and teams on streaks highlighted the season.

Lexington MA 9/22/17 Lexington High Sal Frelick throws a pass against Reading High during second quarter action at Lexington High. (Photo by Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff)

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

Lexington’s Sal Frelick is state’s Gatorade Player of the Year

Senior quarterback racked up 52 touchdowns for the 9-2 Minutemen.

Westwood, MA 09/10/16 Everett and Xaverian high school football.....................(George Rizer for the Globe) for SPORTS EVERETT COACH JOHN DIBIASO

Football coach John DiBiaso leaving Everett after 26 seasons

DiBiaso goes out a winner at Everett, having captured his 12th Division 1 title this year.

12/02/2017 FOXBOROUGH, MA Mike Sainristil (cq) 5, holds the trophy as Everett celebrates their victory after a game between Everett and Xaverian at the MIAA State Football Championships held at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough. (Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe)

THE GLOBE’S FALL TOP 20S

Dominant Everett football team is No. 1 again

Everett defeated Xaverian in the D1 Super Bowl to cap an undefeated season.

DIVISION 6 SUPER BOWL

LaPierre delivered quite a finale for Middleborough

Senior produced six catches and a touchdown along with 12 tackles and two sacks for Sachems.

12/02/2017 FOXBOROUGH, MA Crimson Tide's Kevin Brown (cq) 6, runs for a touchdown during a game between Everett and Xaverian at the MIAA State Football Championships held at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough. (Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe)

SUPER BOWL SUPERLATIVES

In MIAA’s Super Bowl showcase, these plays were game-changers

There were no shortage of highlight reel plays. Here were eight that were deserving of recognition.

12/02/2017 FOXBOROUGH, MA Mike Sainristil (cq) 5, holds the trophy as Everett celebrates their victory after a game between Everett and Xaverian at the MIAA State Football Championships held at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough. (Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe)

DIVISION 1 SUPER BOWL | EVERETT 35, XAVERIAN 10

Everett defends its Division 1 Super Bowl crown

Crimson Tide’s fourth-and-goal stop paves the way for Kevin Brown’s game-breaking 98-yard TD.

12/02/2017 Foxboro - Ma- Melrose #4 Isaac Seide (cq) looks to gain yardage during early action. MIAA Super Bowls D4 Melrose vs Nashoba Jonathan Wiggs\Globe Staff Reporter:Topic.

DIVISION 4 SUPER BOWL | MELROSE 21, NASHOBA 0

Melrose runs by Nashoba in Division 4 Super Bowl

The Red Raiders (13-0) followed the lead of junior Isaac Seide to the program’s first state title.

12/02/2017 FOXBOROUGH, MA Crimson Tide's Anthony Norcia (cq) 11, celebrates a touchdown during a game between Everett and Xaverian at the MIAA State Football Championships held at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough. (Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe)

DIVISION 1 SUPER BOWL

Everett’s Anthony Norcia a big hit in Super Bowl victory

Norcia had nine catches for 124 yards and a touchdown, and delivered a clutch block to free Kevin Brown on his game-breaking scoring run.

12/02/2017 FOXBOROUGH, MA Beavers quarterback Reece Hendriks (cq) 11, tried to carry the ball past Falcons' Jacob Johnston (cq) 12, during a game between Blackstone Valley and Mashpee at the MIAA State Football Championships held at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough. (Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe)

DIVISION 7 SUPER BOWL | MASHPEE 22, BLACKSTONE VALLEY 16

Devaun Ford drives Mashpee to D7 Super Bowl crown

Junior rushed for 178 yards and two touchdowns in Falcons’ flight to third straight championship.

12/02/2017 FOXBOROUGH, MA Dolphins Quarterback Jacob McCarthy (cq) 9, celebrated the win during a game between Dennis-Yarmouth and West Springfield at the MIAA State Football Championships held at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough. Dennis Yarmouth won 37-7. (Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe)

DIVISION 5 SUPER BOWL | DENNIS-YARMOUTH 37, WEST SPRINGFIELD 7

Dennis-Yarmouth dominates Division 5 Super Bowl

Bobby Evans scored three touchdowns, one on a 29-yard interception return, for the 13-0 Dolphins.

12/02/2017 Foxboro - Ma- Millis #5 Bryce Latosek (cq) looks to pass during early game action.MIAA Super Bowls D8 Millis vs Hoosac Valley Jonathan Wiggs\Globe Staff Reporter:Topic.

DIVISION 8 SUPER BOWL | MILLIS 37, HOOSAC VALLEY 0

Millis marches on, repeating as D8 Super Bowl champions

Bryce Latosek (3 TDs passing, 1 TD rushing) directed Mohawks past previously unbeaten Hoosac Valley.

12/02/2017 Foxboro - Ma-Middleborough QB #12 Evan Gwozdz (cq) during early game action. MIAA Super Bowls D6 Littleton vs Middleborough Jonathan Wiggs\Globe Staff Reporter:Topic.

DIVISION 6 SUPER BOWL | MIDDLEBOROUGH 43, LITTLETON 20

Middleborough surges past Littleton in D6 Super Bowl

Senior QB Evan Gwozdz (4 TD passes, 2 rushing TDs) directed Sachems to first title since 1983.

Foxborough-12/1/17- Division 2 superbowl- Lincoln-Sudbury vs King Philip- King Philip's Jack Piller celebrates the superbowl win. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff(sports)

2017 high school Super Bowls results

State champions were crowned at Gillette Stadium on Friday and Saturday.

Foxborough-12/1/17- Division 2 superbowl- Lincoln-Sudbury vs King Philip- Superbowl champions King Philip celebrate with their trophy. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff(sports)

DIVISION 2 SUPER BOWL | KING PHILIP 10, LINCOLN-SUDBURY 7

Cole Baker’s field goal lifts King Philip over Lincoln-Sudbury in D2 Super Bowl

The sophomore kicked a 30-yarder with 1:36 remaining at Gillette Stadium.

Foxborough-12/1/17- Division 2 superbowl- Lincoln-Sudbury vs King Philip- Superbowl champion King Philip's coach Brian Lee hugs an emotional Shane Frommer at the end of the game. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff(sports)

DIVISION 2 SUPER BOWL

King Philip’s Jarest got the job done the hard way

Without his play band, the backup quarterback was forced into action and made one of the game’s pivotal plays.

Foxborough-12/1/17- Division 3 superbowl- North Attleboough vs St. John's of Shrewsbury . St. John's qb Steven Bucciaglika runs for a long 2nd qtr gain. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff(sports)

DIVISION 3 SUPER BOWL

North Attleborough defense just couldn’t make that one big stop

The St. John’s (Shrewsbury) offense was a well-orchestrated machine in its victory over the Red Rocketeers.

Foxborough-12/1/17- Division 3 superbowl- North Attleboough vs St. John's of Shrewsbury. St. John's players hoist up their superbowl trophy. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff(sports)

DIVISION 3 SUPER BOWL | ST. JOHN’S SHREWSBURY 35, NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH 33

St. John’s passes North Attleborough for D3 Super Bowl title

Steven Bucciaglia threw for 226 yards and 3 TDs as Pioneers capped a 13-0 season.

Lynn Tech's Keoni Gaskin high steps into the end zone against Nashoba Tech in the State Vocational Small School bowl, Thursday, November 30, 2017. Mark Lorenz for the Boston Globe.

STATE VOCATIONAL BOWLS

Steffan Gravely and Keoni Gaskin deliver 1-2 punch for Lynn Tech

Dynamic duo combined for 308 yards and 7 TDs in 50-22 win vs. Nashoba Valley Tech; Assabet QB Justin Phillips’ 1-yard TD plunge topped Shawsheen Tech, 28-20.

Boston , MA - 11/22/2017 -Masconomet #34 Jay Theriault rushing touchdown first quarter. With a helpful push from Masconomet #83 Luke Peary .Everett #10 Fritz Durosca, #87 Jalen Smith Masconomet Regional vs. No.. 1 ranked Everett (John Cetrino for The Boston Globe) Sports

D1 SUPER BOWL | EVERETT VS. XAVERIAN (SATURDAY, 8 p.m.)

Is this Everett football team one of the best in program history?

If unbeaten Tide (10-0) dominates Hawks (7-4) in the Div. 1 Super Bowl, they should belong in the conversation.

11/29/2017 Sudbury- Ma- Lincoln Sudbury Head Coach Tom Lopez at a afternoon Football practice. Jonathan Wiggs\Globe Staff Reporter:Topic.

D2 SUPER BOWL | KING PHILIP VS. LINCOLN-SUDBURY (FRIDAY, 7:30 p.m.)

In his twilight, Tom Lopez still brilliant for Lincoln-Sudbury

Longtime coach has undefeated Warriors (11-0) primed for Div. 2 Super Bowl showdown against King Philip (11-0), the reigning champions.

12/02/2017 Foxboro - Ma- Melrose celebrates its win. MIAA Super Bowls D4 Melrose vs Nashoba Jonathan Wiggs\Globe Staff Reporter:Topic.

Live updates: High school football Super Bowls

The remaining six contests on Saturday at Gillette Stadium will determine the state champions.

Foxboro-11/28/17- Lincoln-Sudbury's football star, wide receiver Harrison Gross, catches a pass on the field of Gillette Stadium. Captains, coaches and cheerleaders form the high schools that will play in Friday, and Saturdays MIAA superbowls, got to see Gillette Stadium, where they will play the games. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff(sports)

Previewing the 2017 high school Super Bowls

Sixteen teams will vie for eight trophies. Here is a look at each finalist.

Foxboro-11/28/17-North Attleborough High School football coach Don Johnson(left) shakes hands with St. John's Shrewsbury football coach John Adreoi in Gillette Stadium. They were teammates at Holy Cross. Captains, coaches and cheerleaders form the high schools that will play in Friday, and Saturdays MIAA superbowls, got to see Gillette Stadium, where they will play the games. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff(sports)

NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH VS. ST. JOHN’S SHREWSBURY | FRIDAY, 5 P.M.

Former teammates find themselves on opposite sidelines in D3 Super Bowl

Coaches Don Johnson and John Andreoli played at Holy Cross together, but now lead the North Attleborough and St. John’s High teams.

Weymouth MA 11/18/17 Melrose High Isaac Seide making a reception against Hopkington High during first half action of their MIAA semi-final game at Weymouth High. (Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff) topic reporter:

MELROSE VS. NASHOBA | SATURDAY, 11 A.M.

Isaac Seide stepped up his game to help Melrose reach Division 4 Super Bowl

The 5-foot-9-inch junior has been a workhorse (1,310 rushing yards, 21 TDs) for the Red Raiders (12-0).

Dennis-Yarmouth's Adane Atkinson (2) tries to catch scrambling Watertown quarterback Nick McDermott as a penalty flag flies during their D5 state semifinal in Medford, Mass., Friday, Nov. 17, 2017. (Winslow Townson for The Boston Globe)

DENNIS-YARMOUTH VS. WEST SPRINGFIELD | SATURDAY, 3:30 p.m.

Unbeaten Dennis-Yarmouth set to tackle final test in Division 5 Super Bowl

Dennis-Yarmouth has averaged 43.3 points a game this season, but its defense is also impressive (12.3 ppg).

LITTLETON VS. MIDDLEBOROUGH | SATURDAY, 9 a.m.

When Middleborough needs a play, Matt Crowley gets the call

The two-way player has been a key contributor as Middleborough marched to the Division 6 Super Bowl.

Foxboro-11/28/17-THe Millis High School footbal captains walk on to tht field at Gillette Stadium. Captains, coaches and cheerleaders form the high schools that will play in Friday, and Saturdays MIAA superbowls, got to see Gillette Stadium, where they will play the games. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff(sports)

MIAA SUPER BOWLS | GILLETTE STADIUM TOUR

Super Bowl teams eat it all up during breakfast at Gillette

All 16 Super Bowl teams were represented during Tuesday’s unforgettable gathering.

MASHPEE, MA. 082617--Nantucket at Mashpee football in a matchup of Division 7 South unbeatens. Here, Mashpee’s #1 Devaun Ford makes a break at the end of the line into open field. (Steve Haines/For the Boston Globe)

BLACKSTONE VALLEY TECH VS. MASHPEE | SATURDAY, 6 p.m.

Offensive line has helped Mashpee sustain success and reach D7 Super Bowl

The Falcons (12-0) bring a dynamic offense into their third straight Super Bowl appearance.

Millis football player Jake McKee runs a drill during practice in preparation of their Division 8 game Superbowl game against Hoosac Valley in Millis, Mass., Monday, Nov. 27, 2017. Gretchen Ertl for The Boston Globe.

HOOSAC VALLEY VS. MILLIS |SATURDAY, 1:30 P.M.

Communication, athleticism have led Millis to the Division 8 Super Bowl

The Mohawks (11-1) will face a physical Hoosac Valley team Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at Gillette Stadium.

Boston , MA - 11/22/2017 -Everett #6 Kevin Brown Rushing touchdown first quarter. Masconomet Regional vs. No.. 1 ranked Everett (John Cetrino for The Boston Globe) Sports

THANKSGIVING FOOTBALL

Players of the week: Everett’s Kevin Brown has breakout game at Fenway Park

The senior back scored three touchdowns for the top-ranked Crimson Tide.

MARSHFIELD, MA- NOVEMBER 23, 2017- : Marshfield coach Lou Silva celebrates on the sideline during the 4th-quarter of the annual high school football game between Marshfield and Duxbury in Marshfield, MA on November 23, 2017. Marshfield won the 23rd annual high school football game between Marshfield and Duxbury. ( CRAIG F. WALKER/GLOBE STAFF) section: sports reporter: Marshfield 37-year coach Lou Silva

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

Leftovers from a happy Thanksgiving in high school football

There were many highs Thursday, including the bittersweet retirement of Marshfield coach Lou Silva.

XAVERIAN 30, ST. JOHN’S PREP 0

Xaverian does not rest on its laurels, throttles St. John’s Prep

The Super Bowl-bound Hawks played their starters and beat Prep for the fifth straight time.

THANKSGIVING FOOTBALL ROUNDUP

Norwell ekes out win over Hanover in overtime

Quarterback Cal Smith’s 5-yard TD run gave the Clippers the game’s ony touchdown.

Marblehead, MA: 11-23-2017: With his teamates blocking, Marblehead's Andy Clough (no. 87) has a clear path to the end zone during the third quarter of the Thanksgiving Day football game between against Swampscott at Marblehead High School in Marblehead, Mass., Nov. 23, 2017. This made the score 34-17. Photo/John Blanding, Boston Globe staff story/Owen Pence( 24schmarblehead )

MARBLEHEAD 35, SWAMPSCOTT 17

Andy Clough the big difference for Marblehead

The 6-foot-7-inch tight end turned quarterback ran for two TDs and passed for another.

NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH 14, ATTLEBORO 6

North Attleborough has just enough time to finish off Attleboro

The Super Bowl-bound Red Rocketeers needed a late TD to claim victory.

WELLESLEY 23, NEEDHAM 20

Defense drives Wellesley’s win over Needham

The Raiders forced five turnovers, including four interceptions.

BRIDGEWATER-RAYNHAM 36, BROCKTON 15

Bridgewater-Raynham feasts on Brockton miscues

The Trojans took advantage as Corey Sullivan and Joey D’Emilia hooked up for two touchdowns.

ABINGTON 23, WHITMAN-HANSON 12

Abington delivers win for longtime coach Jim Kelliher

The Green Wave beat Whitman-Hanson on the coach’s 50th Thanksgiving Day game as a player and coach.

DENNIS-YARMOUTH 34, NAUSET 8

For starters, Dennis-Yarmouth strikes early, eyes West Springfield

The sixth-ranked Dolphins drove to 34-0 halftime lead en route to their 15th straight win over Nauset.

Lynn MA 11/23/17 Lynn English High's running back Ski Gaston hurdles his offensive line picking up extra yardage against Lynn Classical during second half action of their Thanksgiving Day game at Manning Field. (Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff) topic reporter:

LYNN ENGLISH 38, LYNN CLASSICAL 0

In battle of Lynn, English almost a perfect 10

English routed Classical to become the third team in program history to reach 10 wins.

MARSHFIELD, MA- NOVEMBER 23, 2017- : Marshfield coach Lou Silva speaks to his team after winning the annual high school football game between Marshfield and Duxbury in Marshfield, MA on November 23, 2017. Marshfield won the 23rd annual high school football game between Marshfield and Duxbury. ( CRAIG F. WALKER/GLOBE STAFF) section: sports reporter: Marshfield 37-year coach Lou Silva

MARSHFIELD 18, DUXBURY 15

Marshfield hangs on to send coach Lou Silva out a winner

The 37-year coach was treated to a thriller in his final game on the sideline.

KING PHILIP 28, FRANKLIN 0

King Philip bowls past Franklin for 24th straight win

Senior QB Brendan Lydon tossed a pair of TD passes and scored on a 1-yard keeper for 11-0 Warriors.

BOSTON LATIN 22, BOSTON ENGLISH 14

It never gets old as Boston Latin edges Boston English

Latin won the 131st meeting in the country’s longest continuous Thanksgiving rivalry.

LINCOLN-SUDBURY 28, NEWTON SOUTH 6

Super-Bowl bound Lincoln-Sudbury rushes past Newton South

The third-ranked Warriors racked up 374 yards on the ground for 40-year coach Tom Lopez against his alma mater.

Boston MA 11/23/17 East Boston High running back Brandon Ortega heads upfield in front of South Boston High Jaleel Orleber during first quarter action of their Thanksgiving Day game at White Stadium. (Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff) topic reporter:

EAST BOSTON 16, SOUTH BOSTON 0

Ortega carries Eastie past South Boston in 99th meeting

Senior rushed for 101 yards and two touchdowns to power the 6-4 Jets at White Stadium.

Marblehead, MA: 11-23-2017: Football waits on the sideline as Swampscott High School's football team returns too the field for second half of the Thanksgiving Day game at Marblehead High School in Marblehead, Mass., Nov.. 23, 2017. Photo/John Blanding, Boston Globe staff story/Owen Pence( 24schmarblehead )

Thanksgiving Day high school football results

Here’s a look at the scores from around Eastern Mass.

Boston , MA - 11/22/2017 -Hingham # 12 Jack Johnson throws a pass first quarter. (John Cetrino for The Boston Globe) Sports

HINGHAM 7, SCITUATE 6

Hingham hangs on late against Scituate

Harbormen (8-3) thwart the Sailors on go-ahead 2-point conversion pass attempt with 1:45 remaining at Fenway Park.

WEDNESDAY’S FOOTBALL ROUNDUP

St. Mary’s gets gritty win over Bishop Fenwick

Still smarting from their loss in the Div. 7 state semfinals, the Spartans (11-1) leaned upon their seniors in 28-21 victory in Lynn.