Sunday, November 19, 2017

PHOTO GALLERY: Lawrence Academy vs Phillips Andover in the Kevin Fleming Bowl



Photos by Brendan C. Hall (@BHallESPN)

You can read a full recap of Lawrence Academy's 56-7 victory over Phillips Andover in the Kevin Fleming Bowl here, but be sure to scroll down for some great photos by the incomparable Brendan Hall.

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Lawrence Academy Captures Kevin Fleming Bowl, Blows Out Phillips Andover


By John McGuirk (@patsfan1313)

Groton, Mass. - Anthony Muse was at a loss for words. Only a handful of moments after putting up a highlight reel afternoon, the Lawrence Academy freshman running back had trouble deciphering what he had accomplished on a overcast, cold afternoon.

The West Haven, CT product had a game for the ages, rushing for 373 yards and six touchdowns on 18 carries to lead the Spartans to a dominating 56-7 triumph over Phillips Academy-Andover in the NEPSAC Kevin Flemming Bowl on Saturday.

Saturday, November 18, 2017

St. John's (Shrewsbury) Tops Springfield Central in Shootout for Trip to Gillette


By Matt Feld (@mattyfeld612)

Worcester, Mass. - St. John’s (Shrewsbury) quarterback Steve Bucciaglia soaked it in for a while. Who could blame him, he had just led his team to Gillette Stadium.

On Saturday afternoon, Bucciaglia was the fulcrum of an explosive Pioneer offense, completing 23-of-28 passes for 230 yards and 3 touchdowns as St. John’s Shrewsbury defeated Springfield Central, 52-33, at Foley Stadium.

With the win, St. John’s (11-0) advances to the Div. 3 Super Bowl at Gillette Stadium versus North Attleboro.

Mashpee Rides Ford Past St. Mary's (Lynn) for Spot in D7 State Final


By Nate Rollins (@n_rollins1)

Braintree, Mass. - The Mashpee High football team is off to the Super Bowl, again.

The Falcons secured their third straight trip to the state championship game with a 28-20 victory over St. Mary’s (Lynn) in the Div. 7 state semifinals.

“It feels tremendous,” Mashpee head coach Matt Triveri said of going back to the Gillette Stadium.

Mashpee will square off against Blackstone Valley Tech (11-0) in the Div. 7 Super Bowl on Friday, Dec. 1, at Gillette Stadium.

Seide Carries Melrose Past Hopkinton in D4 State Semis


By Jake Levin (@JakeLevin09)

WEYMOUTH - Isaac Seide felt it was only a matter of time before he broke off a lengthy run for the unbeaten Melrose Red Raiders on Saturday.

Playing behind what he deemed the best offensive line in the state, Seide’s prediction came to fruition in the second half in Melrose’s 22-8 victory over the Hopkinton Hillers (10-1) to earn a trip to Gillette Stadium in the Division 4 State Championship Game. Melrose is now 11-0.