A holiday feast of high school football ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jim Davis/Globe Staff Central Catholic's D'andre Drummond-Mayire (left) tried to take down Andover wide reciever Will Heikkinen. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Andover quarterback C.J. Scarpa tried to elude Central Catholic's Santino Brancato in the fourth quarter. Andover won, 22-19. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Central Catholic cheerleaders performed during the game. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Andover offensive lineman Matthew Sutliff celebrated the victory. Dina Rudick/Globe Staff Framingham's Raphael Lanzo was tackled by Natick's Mike Abbruzzese. Natick won, 26-14. Dina Rudick/Globe Staff Natick quarterback Troy Flutie prepared to pass the ball during the game against Framingham. Dina Rudick/Globe Staff Natick's Gus Black almost dropped the ball during the fourth quarter. Dina Rudick/Globe Staff The New Mission High School cheerleaders warmed up before the game against Burke High School at Moakley Park in Boston. Dina Rudick/Globe Staff New Mission's Daniel Soares tried to fend off Brandon Newton of Burke. Dina Rudick/Globe Staff Burke's Terence Anderson was tackled during a play in the fourth quarter. Burke won, 22-0. Robert E. Klein for the Boston Globe Holbrook High's Ben Riordan broke past West Bridgewater's Cameron O'Reilly. West Bridgewater won, 27-20. Robert E. Klein for the Boston Globe Holbrook's Sean Manning drew a penalty for a facemask trying to tackle West Bridgewater's Jordan Ames. Robert E. Klein for the Boston Globe A dog showed support for West Bridgewater during the game. Eric Moskowitz/Globe Staff Needham beat Wellesley, 39-21, in Needham on Thursday, the 125th meeting between the two schools.