Walpole 17, Natick 14

Jack Lavanchy’s field goal lifts Walpole over Natick

Jack Lavanchy (3) did it all for Walpole; his fourth-quarter, 22-yard FG was the winner.

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Lavanchy kicked a 22-yard field goal with nine seconds left to give the Rebels the Bay State Herget title.

Coach Ken Lahapelle.

Northbridge 42, Tyngsboro 19

Northbridge’s Ken LaChapelle ties Mass. record for wins

LaChapelle, who is tied with former Brockton coach Armond Colombo (323 wins), can break the mark next weekend.

EVERETT 42, MALDEN 26

Everett clinches 20th straight GBL title

Lukas Denis sparked a dominant second half for Everett with an interception return for a touchdown.

Duxbury 35, Quincy 14

Second-half surge powers Duxbury to Patriot Keenan title

Bobby Maimaron passed for three scores and rushed for another for the Dragons, who outscored Quincy, 21-0, in the second half.

Brighton 24, Madison Park 12

Brighton tops Madison Park, wins Boston City North title

Dexter Andrews (134 yards rushing, 2 TDs) led the way for the Bengals.

Friday’s football roundup: Stoughton beats Foxboro for Hockomock Davenport Division title

Xzavian Marrero came up with a fumble recovery late, and Stoughton held on to beat Foxboro, 19-14.

Dorchester’s Johnny Mims (1) evades a Boston English player on his interception return for a touchdown in the first quarter.

Barry Chin/Globe Staff

Dorchester 56, Boston English 18

Display of dominance sends Dorchester to Boston South title

Johnny Mims scored four times as the Bears clinched the Boston South title with a rout of Boston English.

School roundup

Roundup: Walpole beats Norwood, 3-1, in field hockey showdown

Nicole Tobin scored twice in second half to seal the win for the No. 3 Porkers.

Connor Bradley carrying on Whittier’s traditions

The senior quarterback grew up with the team his father coaches, and now leads it on the field.

Bob Holmes’s Week 8 high school football picks

Schools sports editor Bob Holmes makes his selections for Week 8.