Here’s a look at the scores from around Eastern Mass.
Here’s a look at the scores from around Eastern Mass.
MARSHFIELD 18, DUXBURY 15
The 37-year coach was treated to a thriller in his final game on the sideline.
KING PHILIP 28, FRANKLIN 0
Senior QB Brendan Lydon tossed a pair of TD passes and scored on a 1-yard keeper for 11-0 Warriors.
LINCOLN-SUDBURY 28, NEWTON SOUTH 6
The third-ranked Warriors racked up 374 yards on the ground for 40-year coach Tom Lopez against his alma mater.
MARBLEHEAD 35, SWAMPSCOTT 17
The 6-foot-7-inch tight end turned quarterback ran for two TDs and passed for another.
WELLESLEY 23, NEEDHAM 20
The Raiders forced five turnovers, including four interceptions.
DENNIS-YARMOUTH 34, NAUSET 8
The sixth-ranked Dolphins drove to 34-0 halftime lead en route to their 15th straight win over Nauset.
LYNN ENGLISH 38, LYNN CLASSICAL 0
English routed Classical to become the third team in program history to reach 10 wins.
BOSTON LATIN 22, BOSTON ENGLISH 14
Latin won the 131st meeting in the country’s longest continuous Thanksgiving rivalry.
XAVERIAN 30, ST. JOHN’S PREP 0
The Super Bowl-bound Hawks played their starters and beat Prep for the fifth straight time.
EAST BOSTON 16, SOUTH BOSTON 0
Senior rushed for 101 yards and two touchdowns to power the 6-4 Jets at White Stadium.
NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH 14, ATTLEBORO 6
The Super Bowl-bound Red Rocketeers needed a late TD to claim victory.
BRIDGEWATER-RAYNHAM 36, BROCKTON 15
The Trojans took advantage as Corey Sullivan and Joey D’Emilia hooked up for two touchdowns.
ABINGTON 23, WHITMAN-HANSON 12
The Green Wave beat Whitman-Hanson on the coach’s 50th Thanksgiving Day game as a player and coach.
THANKSGIVING FOOTBALL ROUNDUP
Quarterback Cal Smith’s 5-yard TD run gave the Clippers the game’s ony touchdown.
EVERETT 36, MASCONOMET 20
The senior running back had 101 yards and 3 TDs for the Tide.
HINGHAM 7, SCITUATE 6
Harbormen (8-3) thwart the Sailors on go-ahead 2-point conversion pass attempt with 1:45 remaining at Fenway Park.
WEDNESDAY’S FOOTBALL ROUNDUP
Still smarting from their loss in the Div. 7 state semfinals, the Spartans (11-1) leaned upon their seniors in 28-21 victory in Lynn.
BC HIGH 32, CATHOLIC MEMORIAL 16
Will Bowen and Danny Abraham combined for 261 rushing yards and three TDs to lead the charge.
BC High makes the most of opportunity to make up for earlier loss to CM.
High school football | Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving contest “more of a game of passion than aggression,’’ said New Mission sophomore Takari Hobbs.
From grandstand, Canton’s David and Dorothy Wheeler have watched both Jack and Owen McGowan suit up for CM.
BC HIGH vs. CATHOLIC MEMORIAL (TUESDAY, 7 P.M.)
You can expect a thriller when the Catholic Conference foes collide on Tuesday.
Dottin said coach Pat Skerry, a Medford native, is a reason he chose Towson.
The eight Massachusetts championship games will be held Dec. 1 and 2 at Gillette Stadium.
MIAA SWIMMING & DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS
The Golden Warriors won the first eight events.
WEEK 11 | HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK
The senior running back (1,200 yards, 12 TDs) has been at the focal point of the Sachems’ (9-2) drive to the Division 6 Super Bowl.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL | Week 11 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
The senior led the Mohawks to a 40-22 victory over Cathedral in the Div. 8 state semifinals by throwing for 379 yards and 4 TDs.
SUNDAY’S SCHOOL ROUNDUP
Brooks (15-0-3) scored three goals in the final 19 minutes to deliver 40-year-coach Dusty Richard a Class B title in his last game.
DIVISION 7 SEMIFINALS | MASHPEE 28, ST. MARY’S 20
The Falcons’ star running back piled up 245 yards and three TDs in the win over the Spartans.
DIVISION 4 SEMIFINALS | MELROSE 22, HOPKINTON 8
The running back broke out with two TDs in the second half to power the Red Raiders.
MIAA GIRLS’ SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIPS
Senior Kaylee Francis knocked in a loose ball on the right post 1 minute into second half to lift Mohawks (17-2-2).
MIAA girls’ all-state cross-country championships
The junior ran away with the D1 All-State championship.
MIAA GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS
The Tigers overcame the loss of captain Miska Legatova in a sweep Hopkinton.
NEPSAC FOOTBALL ROUNDUP
The running back rushed for 373 yards and six touchdowns in a rout of Phillips Andover.
MIAA FIELD HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS
The Raiders capped their season with a 21st straight win; Andover blanked Longmeadow for the D1 crown.
MIAA boys’ ALL-STATE CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS
The star rivals were, as usual, 1-2 in Division 1; Sam Acquaviva won the Division 2 race.
DIVISION 3 SEMIFINAL | NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH 29, TEWKSBURY 21
McHugh scored three TDs against Tewskbury in a Division 3 state semifinal.
MIAA BOYS’ SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIPS
The junior forward from Cape Verde scored three goals and assisted on the Boxers’ two others.
DIVISION 5 SEMIFINALS | DENNIS-YARMOUTH 41, WATERTOWN 3
Jacob McCarthy threw for four touchdowns and Bobby Evans rushed for 189 yards.
DIVISION 6 SEMIFINALS | MIDDLEBOROUGH 27, STONEHAM 14
Jeremy Soule collects 246 yards and two touchdowns on 13 carries.
DIVISION 8 SEMIFINALS | MILLIS 40, CATHEDRAL 22
Bryce Latosek passed for 379 yards and four touchdowns to spark the Mohawks.
STATE CHAMPIONSHIP SATURDAY
The state finals for boys’ and girls’ soccer, field hockey, girls’ volleyball, cross-country, and swimming were held this weekend.
Jos Cremers, of Germany, has not allowed his hearing disability to affect his love of football.
A look at the strengths and concerns for all teams heading into the new season.
Belmont Hill, BB&N, Milton Academy, Lawrence Academy, and St. Sebastian’s headline wide-open race in the Independent School League.
The spring season produced magical moments and stirring finishes. Here are 10 that made us take notice.
Scarlet Hawks (25-1) erase 3-0 deficit and Ali Atherton retires 16 of 19 final Wachusett hitters.
There were countless story lines that played out on courts, at rinks, on mats, at tracks, down the slopes, and on the beam this winter.
Dimon Carrigan (21 points, 9 rebounds, 8 blocks) powered the 24-0 Falcons to a second straight title.
Selecting 10 worthy stories from a season of hundreds of compelling storylines is not easy. Here, in no particular order, are 10 that we thought stood out.
Jordan McAfee threw a pair of touchdown passes for the Crimson Tide (10-2).
The Warriors defeated Reading to capture their first state championship.