The Lawrence seniors came out firing in the last game of their careers with a 28-0 shutout of visiting Salem (N.H.) on Wednesday.
Seniors Nelson Valerio and Louis Rosa split time under center to lead the Lancers (3-8) into the end zone in every quarter.
In the first, Franger Baez caught a 30-yard pass from Rosa to put Lawrence on the board. Xavier Santiago’s PAT was good; he was 4 for 4 on the day.
Before the half was over, Jeremiah Damiron rushed for a 3-yard touchdown. Rosa threw a 19-yard touchdown pass to George Urena in the third quarter and finished his three-touchdown game with a 1-yard rush in the fourth.
Although Valerio wasn’t in for any of the scoring plays, he was responsible for moving the Lancers down the field. He finished his career with a school-record 2,000 passing yards. The previous record of 1,900 was held by 2011 graduate Nick Elwell, who is now a quarterback at Norwich University.
Urena, another senior, also reached a benchmark. His 110 receiving yards put him over 1,000 for the season.
St. Mary’s 44, Lynn Tech 12 — Jordan Collier rushed for 84 yards and a touchdown with two interceptions as the Spartans earned their 10th regular-season victory for the third time in school history.
Jordan Manthorne had two touchdowns, two conversions, and 148 yards rushing. Manthorne (1,009 yards) joins Collier (1,493) in rushing for more than 1,000 yards this season.
Lowell Catholic 20, Pope John 18 — Chris Regan threw a touchdown pass to Connor Sullivan, who also ran for a touchdown, as the Fighting Crusaders improved to 10-1 (5-0 Catholic Central Small). Adam Wentzel didn’t find the end zone, but led all rushers with 109 yards.
Cardinal Spellman 26, Archbishop Williams 23 — Sophomore Matt Anastasi rushed for two touchdowns to lead the charge for the Cardinals (6-5). Harry Stevens’s 36-yard rushing touchdown put away the Bishops (5-4).
Lunenburg 36, St. Bernard’s 8 — Senior quarterback Greg Abare ran for 112 yards, including a 66-yard touchdown, and also threw for a touchdown to lead Lunenburg to a 36-8 victory over St. Bernard’s in the 16th pre-Thanksgiving meeting.
The Blue Knights (5-6) earned a Central Mass. Division 4 playoff berth.
Monty Tech 36, Nashoba Valley Tech 6 — Senior Tarsiah Murphy had touchdown runs of 56, 52, 47, and 30 yards for the Bulldogs (6-5), who topped the Vikings (5-6) for just the third time in 21 meetings.
Worcester South 22, Worcester North 20 — Frank Ansah scored two touchdowns and ran in a pair of 2-point conversions, including the winner with 58 seconds left, to lift the Colonels (5-6) over the Polar Bears (2-9) at Foley Stadium.
Ware 46, Quaboag 8 — Senior quarterback Drew Koczur had four touchdowns, including a 95-yard fumble return, to lift the Indians (7-3) over the Cougars (1-10) in Warren. Quaboag’s Jon Janosz had an 11-yard TD run.
Globe correspondent John McGuirk contributed to this report.