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Super Bowl Saturday by the numbers

14,678

The announced attendance for the six games at Gillette, down from 25,457 last season.

212

With 249 yards rushing, Cathedral’s Kejonte Hickman outgained the entire Madison Park offense by 212 yards.

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Abington’s regular-season winning percentage (111-28) since 2000 after going 11-0 this fall.

13.8

Yards per carry by Everett senior Jakarrie Washington in the Division 1A Super Bowl. Washington ran for 124 yards and two touchdowns on nine carries. Teammates swear Washington has never lost a footrace. “You have to be the fastest if you want to be the best,” he said.

28

Temperature when Cathedral converted in double overtime to beat Madison Park in the Division 4A title game.

51

Expected temperature at same time Sunday.

9

Total number of points Sharon gave up in winning two postseason games.

41

Beverly senior running backs Brendan Flaherty and Kenny Pierce combined for 41 touchdowns this season to lead their team to an undefeated season and the Division 2A Super Bowl title.

21

The number of touchdown passes this season for Reading quarterback Drew Belcher, breaking the Rockets’ season record of 20 set by Chris Pizzotti in 2002.

10

The number of seconds, give or take, for Ben Reiffarth to cover 71 yards and score on the opening kickoff, the game’s only score as Blackstone Valley beat Bay Path, 6-0. Fans arriving late had to be disappointed in the 39-plus minutes of scoreless football to follow.

0

Number of passing yards for Beverly in its 28-21 victory over Natick in the Division 2A Super Bowl.

99

Alex Valente’s 99-yard dash in the first quarter gave Reading a 14-7 lead after the Rockets defense made a huge goal line stand against Mansfield. The Hornets were stuffed on back-to-back plays on the 1-yard line before the Rockets took over.

26

The longest active win streak in the state belongs to Nashoba. The Bolton school beat Shepherd Hill, 20-6, in the Central Mass Division 2 Super Bowl at Gillette Stadium.

49

Number of yards Mansfield gained against Reading in the second half of the Division 2 Super Bowl. Reading was the No. 1 defense in Eastern Mass., allowing 4.8 points per game entering Saturday.

38.3

Yards per catch by Barnstable senior Tedaro France in the Division 1A Super Bowl. France caught three passes — all for touchdowns — for 115 yards. “He’s one heck of a receiver,” said Everett coach John DiBiaso.

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