Friday night football updates: Coffey energizes Hamilton-Wenham in 50-44 win over Amesbury

Natick quarterback Will Lederman breaks a tackle attempt by Newton North’s Dante Atwood during second quarter action at Newton North. (photo by Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff)
Natick quarterback Will Lederman breaks a tackle attempt by Newton North’s Dante Atwood during second quarter action at Newton North. (photo by Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff)Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff

Welcome to Week 7 of the high school football season, where 17 unbeaten teams will play to retain that title, and more storylines will unfold across EMass.

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Full coverage from Globe correspondents

Natick 35, Newton North 6

Reading 22, Winchester 14

Barnstable 34, Dennis-Yarmouth 10

Revere 31, Marblehead 27

Friday’s football roundup

Friday’s school roundup

Coffey energizes Hamilton-Wenham

Ian Coffey had five touchdowns for Hamilton-Wenham, including the winner with 25.5 seconds left, to lead the Generals in a 50-44 win over Amesbury.


Cohasset skips by Stang

Senior Danny Nolan ran for two touchdowns and 221 yards on 31 carries to lead Cohasset to a 35-14 win over Bishop Stang.

Revere knocks off previously-perfect Marblehead

From correspondent Karl Capen: No. 15 Revere defeated No. 8 Marblehead, 31-27, to knock off the previously-undefeated Magicians. Marblehead had not lost a home game in the regular season since 2012. Joe Llanos put the Patriots (6-0) ahead with 49 seconds left, scoring his third touchdown of the night on a 1-yard rush and the subsequent two-point conversion.

Drew von Klock victorious for Walpole

Senior Drew von Klock had three touchdowns -- two rushing and one receiving -- and rushed for 117 yards on 11 carries to lead Walpole in a 38-28 win over Braintree.

Duxbury earns 12th-straight league title

From correspondent Trevor Hass: Senior Will Prouty rushed for two touchdowns and added a passing touchdown to help Duxbury capture another Patriot League title with a 41-8 win over Whitman-Hanson.

Scituate seniors sink Pembroke

Senior Will Sheskey had two rushing touchdowns in the first quarter and senior Matt Scibilio had two passing touchdowns in the second quarter to lead Scituate to a 50-7 road win over Pembroke.

Rockland earns South Shore League division title

With a 21-14 win over Norwell, Rockland finished the regular season undefeated (7-0) and claimed the South Shore League Sullivan Division title. Dante Vasquez rushed for more than 200 yards and had one touchdown.


Winkler wins it for Milton

Senior Max Winkler hit a 19-yard field goal with five seconds left to keep Milton perfect with a 31-28 win over Needham. The Rockets had scored 21 unanswered points to come back and tie it at 28 with 1:20 left to play.

McCarthy interception sets up Marblehead for lead

From correspondent Karl Capen: Sean McCarthy picked off Revere get the host Magicians the ball, allowing Will Twaddle to run 25 yards for his third touchdown of the night and the 27-23 lead with 7:23 left to play.

Stoneham shapes super second quarter on senior night

Seniors Deshawn Chase (four touchdowns) and Victor Fernandez (two passing touchdowns) led Stoneham to a 31-point second quarter and a 43-7 win over Wilmington.

Early scores

Wachusett 35, Shepherd Hill, 14

Walpole 38, Braintree 28

Latin Academy 29, Brighton 0

King Philip 28, Taunton 13

Dover-Sherborn 20, Dedham 13

Everett 50, Somerville 7

North Andover 41, Dracut 14

Holbrook/Avon 20, Atlantis Charter 0

Lynnfield 28, Ipswich 22

Somerset-Berkley 35, Apponequet 14

Greater New Bedford 27, Dighton-Rehoboth 10

Assabet 47, Bay Path 0

Blackstone Valley 35, Abby Kelley Foster 12

Mashpee 32, Carver/Sacred Heart 14

Masconomet 21, Pentucket 14

Springfield Central 60, Agawam 0

Tyngsborough 42, Hudson 14

West Boylston 43, Clinton 21

Hopkinton 28, Westwood 7

Scoreboard lighting up at Xaverian

Visiting St. John’s (Shrewsbury) is leading Xaverian 50-20 at halftime. St. John’s Eamonn Dennis has three touchdowns so far, including two for 84 and 60 yards in the first quarter.

Double for Darrius

Darrius LeClair picked up two second-quarter touchdowns to increase top-ranked Catholic Memorial’s lead over Framingham. The junior scored his first with 6:55 left in the second quarter, then went for a 22-yard run just over four minutes later. The Knights lead 21-3.


Player transported from Hull game

The Hull Fire Department confirmed a player was transported to South Shore Hospital with non-life threatening, sport-related injuries. An injury timeout was called for West Bridgewater shortly after kickoff and teams headed back to the locker rooms. Play resumed shortly after, and West Bridgewater leads 13-0 at the end of the opening frame.

Barnstable building back

From correspondent Brad Joyal: Trailing 3-0 after two, the Red Raiders have scored 12 unanswered points to take a 12-3 advantage over Dennis-Yarmouth. Two minutes after Colby Burke scored on an 11-yard run with 8:34 left in the third quarter, Luke Locasio returned an interception 60 yards for the touchdown.

Harrigan handling Winchester

From correspondent Matt Doherty: Patrick Harrigan picked off Winchester quarterback Tommy Degan and returned it 62 yards for a touchdown. Reading is up 6-0 over undefeated Winchester with 6:43 left in the first quarter.

Garrity’s great

Norwell’s Brian Garrity controlled the scoring drive for the Clippers, going for runs of 52, 17, and four yards before picking up a six-yard touchdown to give Norwell a 7-0 lead over Rockland with 4:45 left in the first quarter. Dante Barbati’s kick for the extra point was good.

Revere wastes no time against Marblehead

From correspondent Karl Capen: Jonathan Murphy ran for an 80-yard touchdown on the first play, and Rayan Riazzi’s PAT kick was good to give unbeaten Revere an early 7-0 lead over host Marblehead.

All Aponte for early Natick lead

From correspondent Nate Weitzer: Jalyn Aponte had runs of 30 and 13 yards before a 2-yard touchdown to give Natick a 7-0 lead midway through the first quarter.


Seth O’Hearn sends it sailing for D-Y

From correspondent Brad Joyal: Senior Seth O’Hearn nailed a 17-yard field goal to put Dennis-Yarmouth up, 3-0, with 6:06 left in the first half.

Masco wins back-and-forth battle with previously-perfect Pentucket

Pentucket tied it 14-14 with three minutes left to play just before Alex Theriault hit Will Hunter with a 58-yard touchdown pass to give Masconomet the 21-14 win over Pentucket. The Sachems were 6-0 heading into the Week 7 matchup.

Lynnfield staves off Ipswich comeback

Ipswich erased a 14-0 halftime deficit to take a 22-21 lead over Lynnfield with 56 seconds left to play, but the Pioneers traveled 68 yards in 30 seconds as the clock wound down for a six-yard touchdown and the 28-22 lead with 19 seconds left.

Clay Marengi found Bakari Mitchell in the end zone for the winning score.

Pink-out at Catholic Memorial

The top-ranked Knights will be wearing pink socks during tonight’s game against Framingham as part of their “Real Men Wear Pink” initiative. Every year since 2003, CM has sent more than 350 students to the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk in Boston, and has already raised $11,000 in preparation for this year’s event.

Sophomore punter Jack Sokol shows off the pink socks Catholic Memorial is wearing during Friday’s game.
Sophomore punter Jack Sokol shows off the pink socks Catholic Memorial is wearing during Friday’s game. Mike Kotsopoulos

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