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Massachusetts football super bowl results

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.

Div. III
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.

Div. IIA
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.

Div. II
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.

Div. I
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.

Div. IA
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

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Thanksgiving High School Football Comes to a Close; MIAA playoff match-ups announced

As today’s high school football action concludes in Massachusetts, the MIAA playoff match-ups have all taken shape. The semifinal round will take place on Tuesday, November 30 (sites and times will be announced on Friday) and the Super Bowls will take place next Saturday, December 4.

Division 1
Andover vs. Everett
New Bedford vs. St. John’s Prep

Division 1A
Gloucester at Lincoln-Sudbury
Weymouth at Bridgewater-Raynham

Division 2
Dracut at Reading
Walpole vs. Mansfield

Division 2A
North Andover vs. Concord-Carlisle
Dennis-Yarmouth vs. Duxbury

Division 3
Scituate vs. Beverly
Somerset vs. Dighton-Rehoboth

Division 3A
Cardinal Spellman vs. Hamilton-Wenham
Rockland vs. Holliston

Division 4
Madison Park vs. Shawsheen
Blue Hills gets a bye to the Super Bowl

Division 4A
Pope John vs. Northeast
Brighton vs. West Bridgewater


Final: St. John’s Prep 21, Xaverian 12 — Tyler Coppola ran for two touchdowns as the Eagles beat the Hawks for a Division 1 playoff berth and the Catholic Conference title.

Coppola scored on a 29-yard TD run for the Eagles in the first quarter and then again on a 23-yard in the third. Jules Murphy kicked a 39-yard field goal for Xaverian and the Hawks got a safety. Xaverian’s Chris Calvanese threw a 9-yard TD pass to Joe Colton to bring the Hawks within 2.

Final: Lexington 14, Burlington 0 — Connor Murray rushed for two touchdowns for Lexington and coach Bill Tighe, who is retiring after 60 years as a football coach in Massachusetts, goes out with a win.

Final: Weymouth 21, Walpole 6 — Mitch Temple threw a 28-yard touchdown pass to Khary Bailey-Smith in the first quarter and then Dylan Colarusso scored on a 4-yard TD run in the second for Weymouth. Dylan Colarusso anchored an 82-yard drive, rushing the ball 18 times, including a 1-yard TD run in the third quarter.

Final: Medway 49, Millis/Hopedale 14 — Medway is officially eliminated from the playoff hunt as Holliston keeps its first half point total lead in the Tri-Valley League.

Final: Andover 19, Central Catholic 7 — Andover wins a Division 1 playoff berth, the Merrimack Valley (Large) and will play Everett in the playoffs Nov. 30.

Final: New Bedford 21, Durfee 7 — New Bedford claims the Big Three title with the win over Durfee and a Division 1 playoff berth.

Final: Bridgewater-Raynham 23, Brockton 21 — Brockton is eliminated from the playoffs after New Bedford beat Durfee.

Final: Holliston 34, Westwood 13 — Holliston has clinched its spot in the Division 3A playoffs already.

Final: Blue Hills 36, Bristol-Plymouth 20 — Blue Hills gets a bye to the Division 4 Super Bowl and will face the winner of Madison Park/Shawsheen.

Final: Pope John 20, Lowell Catholic 0 — Pope John put up 14 points in the fourth quarter as Pope John wins the Central Catholic Small conference title and a Division 4A playoff berth.

Final: Everett 43, Cambridge 0 — Matt Costello caught three touchdown passes for the Crimson Tide.

Final: Reading 28, Stoneham 0 — For the fourth straight year, Reading beat Stoneham 28-0.

Final: Boston Latin 54, Boston English 12 — English returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown.

Final (OT): Revere 28, Winthrop 22
Final (OT): Needham 20, Wellesley 17
Final: BC High 29, Catholic Memorial 27
Final: East Bridgewater 20, Rockland 16
Final: Lincoln-Sudbury 21, Newton South 7
Final: East Boston 28, South Boston 6
Final: Newton North 41, Brookline 12
Final: Dracut 19, Methuen 12
Final: Seekonk 12, Dighton-Rehoboth 7
Final: Abington 33, Whitman-Hanson 12
Final: Peabody 34, Saugus 13
Final: Lynnfield 21, North Reading 6
Final: Shawsheen 35, Greater Lowell 0
Final: Wakefield 15, Melrose 7
Final: Belmont 28, Watertown 13
Final: Winchester 19, Woburn 14
Final: Hanover 16, Norwell 0
Final: Arlington 42, Arlington Catholic 14
Final: Weston 28, Wayland 21
Final: Concord-Carlisle 27, Bedford 13
Final: Pentucket 41, Triton 20
Final: Scituate 26, Hingham 20
Final: Middleborough 36, Carver 0
Final: North Andover 20, Masconomet 7
Final: Latin Academy 6, Charlestown 0
Final: Hyde Park 14, Burke 8
Final: Dennis-Yarmouth 34, Nauset 21
Final: King Philip 35, Franklin 18
Final: Mansfield 32, Foxborough 12
Final: Salem (N.H.) 44, Lawrence 38
Final: Norton 35, Bellingham 14
Final: Braintree 20, Milton 19
Final: Norwood 34, Dedham 19
Final: Hamilton-Wenham 20, Ipswich 8
Final: Newburyport 26, Amesbury 0
Final: Austin Prep 38, Bishop Fenwick 8
Final: St. Clement 31, Trinity Catholic 14
Final: Mystic Valley 32, Minuteman 16
Final: Leominster 24, Fitchburg 18
Final: Chelmsford 21, Billerica 14
Final: Swampscott 21, Marblehead 20
Final: Bourne 42, Wareham 6
Final: Cohasset 36, Hull 12
Final: Barnstable 46, Falmouth 14
Final: Dartmouth 35, Fairhaven 12
Final: Georgetown 10, Manchester-Essex 0
Final: North Quincy 13, Quincy 7
Final: Somerset 35, Case 0
Final: Taunton 35, Coyle & Cassidy 7
Final: Tewksbury 26, Wilmington 21
Final: Westborough 14, Algonquin 0
Final: Southeastern 28, South Shore Voc Tech 16
Final: Greater Lawrence 22, Whittier 8
Final: Dover-Sherborn 15, Medfield 9
Final: Hopkinton 41, Ashland 14
Final: Bishop Feehan 34, Randolph 7
Final: Gloucester 43, Danvers 0
Final: Greater New Bedford 33, Diman 19
Final: Groton-Dunstable 42, Tyngsborough 28
Final: Lowell 38, Haverhill 21
Final: Malden Catholic 12, Waltham 7
Final: Mashpee 37, Sandwich 7
Final: Plymouth North 42, Plymouth 0

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