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Guide to the 2017 high school football Super Bowls

Barry Chin/Globe Staff

King Philip (in yellow) defeated Bridgewater-Raynham to reach the Division 2 Super Bowl.

By Matt Pepin, Craig Larson and Nate Weitzer Globe Staff 

The 2017 MIAA high school football Super Bowls will be held at Gillette Stadium. Two will take place on Friday, Dec. 1, and six more on Saturday, Dec. 2. Tickets for the Super Bowls are on sale at Ticketmaster or available at the Gillette Stadium ticket office.

Here’s a look at the matchups, and fan information is below.

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Division 1: Everett vs. Xaverian, Saturday, Dec. 2, 8 p.m.

This will be the sixth meeting between these powerhouse programs in a state title game and third over the last four seasons. Everett defeated Xaverian, 21-7, in 2016 and Xaverian emerged with a 38-29 victory over Everett in 2014.

Division 2: King Philip vs. Lincoln-Sudbury, Friday, Dec. 1, 7:30 p.m.

King Philip brings a state-best 23-game winning streak to Gillette as they look to repeat as state champions. In their way stands an undefeated Lincoln-Sudbury squad with an offense that’s averaging 44.2 points per game this season.

Division 3: North Attleborough vs. St. John’s Shrewsbury, Friday, Dec. 1, 5 p.m.

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Led by quarterback Steven Bucciagla, the undefeated Pioneers are first in all of Division 3 in scoring, while North Attleborough has won 10 straight since falling to King Philip in its opener.

Division 4: Nashoba vs. Melrose, Saturday, Dec. 2, 11 a.m.

The Red Raiders advanced to the state final at Gillette Stadium in 2014 and 2015, losing both games to Dartmouth in heartbreaking fashion. Nashoba’s defense recorded five shutouts this season.

Division 5: Dennis-Yarmouth vs. West Springfield, Saturday, Dec. 2, 3:30 p.m.

Dolphins running back Rob Evans erupted for 400 rushing yards and four touchdowns in a state semifinals win over Watertown. West Springfield rolled into the Super Bowl by outscoring their opponents, 121-18 in the playoffs.

Division 6: Middleborough vs. Littleton, Saturday, Dec. 2, 9 a.m.

Middleborough plays in its first Super Bowl since 1983 and is seeking its fourth state championship. Littleton won a state championship in 2013 and played in the 9 a.m. time slot at Gillette Stadium in the 2014 Super Bowl.

Division 7: Blackstone Valley Tech vs. Mashpee, Saturday, Dec. 2, 6 p.m.

Mashpee is seeking its third state title over the last four seasons, while Blackstone Valley Tech is the first vocational school to play at Gillette since Greater Lawrence in 2007.

Division 8: Millis vs. Hoosac Valley, Saturday, Dec. 2, 1:30 p.m.

Millis looks to repeat as state champions, but Hoosac Valley will provide a stiff challenge with an elite rushing attack that produced 76 points in a state semifinal win over Nashoba Tech.

Fan information

Tickets: $17 adults, $14 students. Under 5 is free

TV: None for Friday games. Saturday: 9 a.m. NBC Sports Boston; 11 a.m., NECN; 1:30 p.m., NECN; 3:30 p.m., NECN (NBCSB joins at end); 6 p.m., NBCSB; 8 p.m., NBCSB.

Radio: None Friday. All six Saturday games will be broadcast on 98.5 The Sports Hub.

Parking: Free. No tailgating is allowed.

Bag policy: Gillette Stadium’s clear bag policy is in effect. Click here for details.

State semifinal results

Division 3

 North Attleborough 29, Tewksbury 21

 St. John’s Shrewsbury 52, Springfield Central 33

Division 4

 Melrose 22, Hopkinton 8

 Nashoba receives a bye.

Division 5

 Dennis-Yarmouth 41, Watertown 3

 West Springfield 32, Nipmuc 0

Division 6

 Middleborough 27, Stoneham 14

 Littleton receives a bye.

Division 7

 Mashpee 28, St. Mary’s 20

 Blackstone Valley Tech 21, Wahconah 18

Division 8

 Millis 40, Cathedral 22

 Hoosac Valley 76, Nashoba Tech 34


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