division 1a | everett 20, barnstable 19 Everett topples Barnstable to claim title ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Barry Chin/Globe Staff Sharon's Jared Fogel (14) looked on as Sharon Head Coach Dave Morse was doused with the traditional bucket of water following the team's 12-3 win over Wayland in the Division 3 High School Super Bowl Championship game at Bentley University. Barry Chin/Globe Staff In the waning moments of the fourth quarter, Sharon's Bradley Schiff, (40), breaks up a pass intended for Wayland's Robert Williams (20), to help seal the win for Sharon. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Sharon fans cheered on the team. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Sharon players celebrate their 12-3 Super Bowl Championship victory over Wayland. Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe Cathedral's Kejonte Hickman (9) ran the ball within yards of the end zone past Madison Park's Kerlin Augustin (88) during the Division 4A Super Bowl game. Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe Cathedral's Bryan Cedeno (2 left) was tackled by Madison Park's C. Brown (57) during the second quarter of the Super Bowl game. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff Abington's Babila Fonkem (10) celebrated his team's victory over St. Mary's with fans after the Division 4 Super Bowl game. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff Abington celebrated their victory over St. Mary's. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff Abington's Joe Brady (8) celebrated a late game interception. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff St. Mary's Jordan Manthorne (11) was wide open in the endzone when he missed this late game catch that would have put his team ahead.