No. 4 ST. JOHN’S PREP 27, No. 2 CENTRAL CATHOLIC 12

St. John’s Prep pulls away to down Central Catholic

St. John's Prep Jake Burt is taken down by Central Catholic defenders.

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The Eagles forced five turnovers in their third victory of the season.

St. Johns Prep Art Churchwell intercepts this Central Catholic pass in matchup at St. John's Prep in Danvers.. Mark Lorenz for the Boston Globe

St. John’s Prep’s brother acts carry the day

The pairs of brothers were involved in four of five second-half turnovers forced by St. John’s Prep (3-0).

St. Sebastian’s Edosa Onaiwu pulls down Dom Cozier.

St. Sebastian’s 28, Milton Academy 0

St. Sebastian’s too much for Milton Academy

The Arrows exploded in the second for three touchdowns to put away the 2013 ISL-champion Mustangs.

GOVERNOR’S ACADEMY 28, LAWRENCE ACADEMY 20

Ground game pushes Governor’s past Lawrence Academy

Governor’s Academy scored all four of its touchdowns on the ground.

CATHOLIC MEMORIAL 10, ST. JOHN’S (SHREWSBURY) 3

Catholic Memorial takes down St. John’s (Shrewsbury)

Cornerback Paul Gray-Bennett’s interception in the waning seconds lifted the Knights to victory.

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Saturday roundup: Newton South roars past Boston Latin

Burton propelled the Lions (2-0) to 35 unanswered points holding the Wolfpack (0-3) scoreless in the second half.

Friday's games

 

Everett 21, Tewksbury 20

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Running back Nick Orekoya also scored twice in the victory.

Natick’s Nick Olson scored the game-winning touchdown with 2:12 remaining.

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Natick 21, Acton-Boxborough 17

Nick Olson’s late TD run gets Natick past Acton-Boxboro

The Redhawks QB redeemed himself late after throwing four interceptions.

O’Bryant wore new uniforms in its game against New Mission Friday.

O’Bryant 14, New Mission 8

Forced fumbles help O’Bryant come back against New Mission

The Tigers returned two fumbles for touchdowns in the second half.

Dorchester 18, Latin Academy 14

Staunch defense powers Dorchester

Theodore Campbell scored twice for the Bears and the defense held Latin Academy to minus-7 yards in the first half.

High school football

Friday roundup: BC High pulls out OT victory

Defensive end Christian Dallas returned an interception 90 yards for the win for the Eagles.

Roundup: Dennis-Yarmouth rolls past Marshfield in field hockey

Taylor Conley scored twice and the fourth-ranked Dolphins earned their fifth shutout in six games.