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FRIDAY’S SCHOOL FOOTBALL ROUNDUP

Dennis-Yarmouth dominates Falmouth

Dennis-Yarmouth put on quite a show for homecoming.

The Dolphin defense stymied star tailback Gates Kelliher and the Falmouth attack, allowing just one first down in the first three quarters on the way to a dominant 42-6 Atlantic Coast League win on Friday night.

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Senior quarterback Jacob McCarthy was on target all night, completing eight of his 15 passes for 185 yards and three touchdowns.

“We saw man-to-man man coverage across the board,” said McCarthy, who directed a 425-yard attack for 5-0 D-Y.

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“I have trust in all of my receivers that if it’s man, they can beat their guy, and they did just that.”

Junior Daryan Thompson was a force. He hauled in four catches for 81 yards, including a 22-yard touchdown catch, and had a pair of inteceptions.

Kelliher managed just 15 yards on six carries before leaving the game for good in the second quarter with an undisclosed injury..

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With two minutes left in the first quarter, McCarthy connected with freshman Geoffrey Jamiel on a corner route for a 24-yd touchdown pass, the eighth TD of the season the first year. Senior Sam Capobianco’s extra point, the first of six in the game, made it 7-0 D-Y.

After McCarthy’s scoring toss to Thompson late in the half, the Dolphins recovered an onside kick at the Falmouth 42. Four plays later, McCarthy hit senior Joe Tierney for a 37-yard score for a 21-0 cushion at halftime.

Despite forcing two early turnovers, the Clippers (3-2) failed to capitalize, going three and out on the ensuing drives.

Early in the fourth quarter, Bobby Evans took it in from 4 yards out for 28-0. Three minutes later, he sprinted 42 yards, untouched, and a 35-0 margin.

Falmouth’s lone touchdown came with four minutes left, on a 10-yard run from sophomore QB Kyle Connolly. Payton Doyle wrapped it up with a 55-yard scoring run.

That score was quickly answered by Dolphins junior Payton Doyle, whose 55-yd touchdown run just a minute later made the score 42-6.

“We played fast,” said Dennis-Yarmouth coach Paul Funk. “That’s what we worked on all week, and we really got it done tonight.”

Everett 55, Lowell 27— Jake Willcox fired four touchdown passes as the top-ranked Crimson Tide (4-0) built a 42-13 halftime cushion on their way to handing the host Red Raiders (4-1) their first loss.

Atlantic Coast

Marshfield 54, Sandwich 8 — Senior Brandon Ward sparked the scoring with an 80-yard kickoff return and Jackson Phinney connected with Danny Hickey for scoring passes of 98 and 62 yards for the Rams (4-1).

Bay State

Newton North 39, Weymouth 27 — Senior Will Thompson accounted for over 300 yards with five touchdowns and three 2-point conversions to help push the visiting Tigers (2-3) to a 39-14 halftime score over the host Wildcats (1-4). Thomas Byrne had 143 yards in receiving.

Milton 35, Wellesley 6 — Junior QB Luke McMenamin was 15 of 22 for 295 yards and four TDs, including scoring tosses of 24 and 20 yards to Isaiah Woodley for the 3-1 Wildcats.

Braintree 37, Brookline 0 — Junior back Billy Silvia scurried for 167 yards and booted a 26-yard field goal for the Wamps (3-2).

Boston City

Charlestown 12, Burke 8 — Steven Williams had had a passing and rushing touchdown for the Townies (3-1).

Boston English 20, Madison Park 8 — Herby Exilhomme (six rushes, 139 yards, 1 touchdown) powered the Eagles (2-3) past the Cardinals (1-3).

New Mission 32, South Boston 22 Senior Andrew Finklin (one rushing touchdown, one INT returned for a touchdown) led the Titans (3-2) past the Jets.

Cape Ann

Newburyport 19, Triton 13 — Myles Maloof scored his second touchdown with 2:35 left for the visiting Clippers (2-2).

Catholic Central

Archbishop Williams 41, Bishop Fenwick 20 — The Bishops (3-2) were led by a four-touchdown effort from Oronde Alfred.

Lowell Catholic 21, Marian 6 — Tyler Longo (8 rushes, 109 yards, 2 TDs) led the Crusaders to the Catholic Central Small road win.

Cardinal Spellman 26, Austin Prep 0 — Justin Olowu (3 TDs) powered the Cardinals past the Cougars (0-5).

Catholic Conference

BC High 42, Malden Catholic 6 — Senior Danny Abraham ran for 298 yards and four touchdowns in a thrashing of host MC.

Commonwealth

Lynn Tech 47, KIPP Academy 0 — Steffan Gravely (8 carries, 196 yards) and Keoni Gaskins (9 rushes, 104 yards) accounted for six touchdowns for Tech (5-0).

Shawsheen 46, Whittier 8 — Senior Sam Baker rushed for a TD and snared a scoring reception for the Rams (3-2).

Greater Lawrence 44, Northeast 14 — Junior Jose Caceres (26 carries, 124 yards, 2 TDs) rumbled for the Reggies (3-2).

Chelsea 22, Minuteman 0 — Tony Bui led the Red Devils (1-4) to their first win with two TDs.

Dual County

Lincoln-Sudbury 45, Wayland 14 — Junior QB Braden O'Connell ran for three touchdowns, caught one, and passed for another for L-S (5-0).

Eastern Athletic

Bishop Feehan 35, Martha’s Vineyard 0 — Senior Shamus Cochrane punched in a pair of short scoring runs in the first half for the Shamrocks (2-3) on the island.

Coyle & Cassidy 6, Bishop Stang 0 — Senior Andrew Finklin (one rushing touchdown, one pick-six) led the Titans (3-2) past the Jets.

Hockomock

North Attleborough 14, Foxborough 13 — The visiting Warriors cut the deficit to one with 10 seconds left on a 10-yard pass from Devin Hassett to Jack O'Donnell. But North Attleboro escaped with the win on a missed extra point. Chad Peterson had two TD passes for NA..

Attleboro 44, Oliver Ames 0 — Quarterback Cam Furtado had both a rushing and passing touchdown for the Bombardiers (2-3). Justin Cote added a receiving and rushing touchdown.

Mansfield 37, Taunton 19 — Receiver Hunter Ferreira hauled in eight catches for two scores as the Hornets (4-1) cruised.

Stoughton 12, Canton 0 — Alex Sjoquist rushed for a pair of scores directly after fumble recoveries to lead the Black Knights.

Mayflower

Monomoy 23, West Bridgewater 14 — Christian Keeling (63-yard run), Riley DeManche, and Kyle Charlot (fumble recovery) all found the end zone for the Sharks (3-2).

Nantucket 38, Sacred Heart 0 — Torane Burton ripped off a 65-yard scoring run, triggering a 31-point first-half onslaught, tacked on a 29-yard TD and Jack Holdgate threw touchdown passes for the host Whalers (5-0).

Blue Hills 22, Upper Cape 0 — Senior quarterback Andrew Bryant opened the scoring with a 4-yard rush in the first quarter and tossed a 15-year scoring pass to Kevin Gibbons in the second for the Warriors (2-3).

Merrimack Valley

Chelmsford 24, Dracut 7 — Senior Sal Lupoli shouldered the load for the host Lions (2-3), rushing 29 times for 170 yards and three touchdowns.

Middlesex

Wilmington 32, Watertown 17 — Senior John Kenney rushed 26 times for 160 yards and scored twice to propel the visiting Wildcats (4-1), who outscored the Raiders (3-2) 24-0 in the second half.

Northeastern

Salem 46, Winthrop 7 — Vinnie Gaskins (13 rushes, 200 yards; three catches, 112 yards) scored a school-record five touchdowns for the Witches (4-1). Freshman quarterback Tommy Beauregard was 5-for-6 in the air with a pair of touchdowns on 160 yards passing.

Revere 29, Medford 7 — Freshman quarterback Calvin Boudreau was 12 for 15 for 215 yards and two touchdowns for the Patriots (1-4)

Patriot

Scituate 38, Hanover 0 — Junior Aiden Sullivan connected for three TD passes for the host Sailors (4-1).

Duxbury 61, Silver Lake 7 — Junior John Roberts had one rushing touchdown and was 7 for 8 passing with 248 yards and four touchdowns to lead the No. 9 Dragons (4-1).

Whitman-Hanson 28, Plymouth North 24 — Ethan Phelps rushed for three touchdowns and threw for another one to lead the Panthers.

Northeastern

Marblehead 23, Malden 6 — Andy Clough (six rushes, 103 yards, 2 TDs) paced the 10th-ranked Magicians (5-0).

South Coast

Dighton-Rehoboth 28, Apponequet 0 — Dennis Monteiro rushed for 132 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries to pace the Falcons (1-4). Defensively, nose guard Mason Cadorette registered a strip sack, resulting in a fumble recovery in the end zone for Matt Moura.

South Shore

East Bridgewater 36, Randolph 20 — Liam LeVangie tossed three touchdowns, two to Giovanni Cacciatore, for the Vikings (2-3).

Tri-Valley

Hopkinton 48, Westwood 7 — Junior Ryan Kelleher (6 TD passes) paced the Hillers (5-0).

Medfield 28, Holliston 12 — Mason Giunta’s two rushing touchdowns in the first quarter drove the Warriors (4-1).

Dover-Sherborn 27, Medway 14 — Senior Matt Strong (two touchdowns) led the Raiders (3-2) past the Mustangs.

Ashland 22, Dedham 20 — Jackson Hornung tossed a 9-yard pass in overtime, his third TD of the night, to lift the visiting Clockers (3-2).

Nonleague

Xaverian 31, Brockton 0 — Senior Ike Irabor (17 carries, 127 yards) broke off a pair of 50-yard touchdown runs for the host Hawks (2-3).

Wareham 28, Nauset 21 — Bobby Joy tossed a pair of first-half touchdown passes to Tate Seidewand and capped his night with a 20-yard scoring run for the Vikings (4-1). T

Cohasset 38, New Bedford 12 — Noah Froio scored three times, including a 45-yard gallop in the fourth quarter for the 2-3 Skippers.

Barnstable 14, Durfee 13 — A pair of connections from junior quarterback Matt Petercuskie to senior wideout Sam Rosen put the host Red Raiders ahead early in the final frame. A response from Latrell Canto pulled the visiting Hilltoppers within 1 with 2:21 left to play. The ensuing onside kick landed in the hands of the Barnstable hands team to seal the victory for the hosts (2-3).

Cathedral 58, Pope John 14 — Senior Khalil Blair (14 rushes, 300-plus yards, 5 TD) paced the Panthers (4-1), who racked up 600 yards of total offense. Khamal Headen added 210 yards and accounted for another three scores.

ISL

Milton Academy 42, Roxbury Latin 6

Sophomore Kalel Mullings (10 carries, 132 yards, 3 TDs) and QB Alec Beesmer (9 of 14, 133 yards, 2 TDs) led the hosts. Defensively, inside linebacker Jack Czarniak racked up 15 tackles for the Mustangs (2-1).

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