Here’s a look at the results from Saturday’s Super Bowls played across Massachusetts.
Holliston 21, Cardinal Spellman 7 – Sean Mayo stretched past the pylon from two yards out on fourth and goal for a 7-0 Panthers lead. Spellman came back to tie the game with 23 seconds remaining in the second quarter on a 25-yard touchdown pass from Zac Cooney to Joe Glynn. Mayo added his second touchdown of the game on 1-yard sneak to regain the lead for the Panthers as time expired in the third quarter. Kevin Curry added a fourth-quarter touchdown from 10 yards out.
Beverly 28, Somerset 20 – Jaron Spear got things started in a hurry for Somerset, breaking off a 59-yard touchdown run 3:54 into the first quarter. Seth DeMello then rumbled in from 1 yard out for a 14-0 Somerset lead. Beverly drew back at 14-7 on a 13-yard touchdown pass from Joe Wioncek to Brendan Flaherty in the second quarter. Spear added his second touchdown of the game from 1 yard out for a 20-7 Blue Raider lead. Flaherty then hauled in his second touchdown reception while falling backward for a circus catch on a 15-yard pass from Wioncek. Nick Theriault put the Panthers on top, 21-20 with a 74-yard touchdown run. Wioncek added an insurance marker with a 1-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter.
Duxbury 35, Concord-Carlisle 13 – Reilly Naton falls on a blocked punt in the end zone for a 7-0 Duxbury lead. George Craan countered with a 14-yard scoring run. Duxbury reclaimed the lead on a 9-yard touchdown pass from Matt O’Keefe to Andrew Buron in the second quarter. Max Barrett pulled C-C tighter with a 6-yard touchdown. However, the two-point conversion try was no good. Duxbury immediately responded with Matt Hallisey’s touchdown reception from Kane Haffey, for a 21-13 Duxbury lead. Don Webber hauled in a touchdown pass from O’Keefe for a 29-13 Green Dragon lead after a successful two-point fake. And Webber wasn’t done, grabbing a 39-yard score later in the fourth.
Mansfield 29, Reading 26 – Nick Scali had Reading off to a 6-0 lead, but Mansfield had some trickery up their sleeve when Jamel Marshall hit Jeff Hill for a touchdown on a halfback option pass. The Rockets quickly reclaimed the lead on Brian Bourque’s 2-yard touchdown run in the second quarter.Scali struck again, scoring on 32-yard reception for an 20-7 Red Rockets lead. Hill had his second touchdown reception of the game from 68 yards to draw Mansfield within 12 at 26-14 in the third quarter. Marshall broke through on a 1-yard touchdown run to give the Hornets their first lead with 1:07 remaining after Dan Gilmore’s interception set Mansfield up at the 1-yard line. Marshall added the ensuing two-point play.
Everett 31, St. John’s Prep 7 – After Tyler Coppola put the Eagles up 7-0, Everett responds with a 29-yard TD pass from Jonathan Dibiaso for Matt Costello. Manny Asprilla pushed the Crimson Tide ahead, 14-7, on a 2-yard touchdown run in the second quarter. Dibiaso hooked up with Costello again from 10 yards out for a 21-7 Everett lead. Costello added his third touchdown catch of the game in the fourth quarter.
Gloucester 34, Bridgewater-Raynham 13 – Joe Avila hit Brandon Cusumano for a 30-yard touchdown pass to open up scoring for the Fishermen. B-R responded on Mike Chicoine’s rushing touchdown, but the ensuing 2-point try on the swinging gate failed. Jordan Shairs punched one in during the second quarter to put Gloucester ahead, 21-6.
Shawsheen 20, Blue Hills 6 – The Rams struck first in the second quarter on a 30-yard run by quarterback Ryan Woolaver. Steven Reynolds had a 35-yard interception return for a touchdown in the fourth quarter.
Northeast 38, Brighton 14
St. John’s 31, Nashoba 21
Wachusett 35, Holy Name 8
Northbridge 24, Millbury 7
Auburn 28, David Prouty 8
Naragansett 36, Oakmont 35
Clinton 22, Hudson 21
Longmeadow 34, Springfield Central 31
South Hadley 16, Putnam 14
Mount Greylock 34, Athol 14
Easthampton 26, Pioneer Valley 0