High School Football Scores from Week 3

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Auburn rolled up nearly 500 yards on the ground and dismantled visiting St. Peter-Marian to win its 40th consecutive game. Dan Flink and Bob Sivret each scored twice for the Rockets.

Auburn (3-0) (0-0) – 35   St. Peter-Marian (2-1) (1-0) –6

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The Milford Scarlet Hawks took down the Leominster Blue Devils for the 1st time since there 2006 Super Bowl season this past Friday. Milford QB Steve Morganelli only went 2 for 6 and threw for 12 yards but the highlights came from Kick Returner Jarrod Casey returning 2 kickoffs for touchdowns. (82 Yards and 75 yard kickoff returns for touchdowns). A touchdown pass from Garrett DelleChiaie  to Josh Caouette and a 2 point conversion would give Leominster a late 20-19 lead but a botched snap on a punt from Leominster would allow Milford to score a safety to come out on top and improve to 2-1 (1-0).

Milford (2-1) (1-0) – 21   Leominster (0-3) (0-1) – 20

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Brian D’Amore had three touchdowns and Sam Tawa had two as the Warriors crushed the Clockers.

Medfield (1-2) (0-0) – 45  Ashland (2-1) (0-0) – 6

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The Mowhawks’ offense put up a touchdown per quarter while the defensive line shut down the Lancers. Jim Perkins ran 25 times for 225 yards, including 36- and 71-yard touchdown dashes. Perkins also connected with Ian Strom for a 42-yard TD pass.

Millis-Hopedale (3-0) (1-0) – 28  Norton (2-1) (0-1) –

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Hopkinton’s Mike Decina rushed for five Hiller touchdowns as the Hillers rolled.

Hopkinton (3-0) (1-0) – 34  Medway (1-2) (0-1) – 28

 Top 10 High School Teams in Massachusetts

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Jonathan DiBiaso threw three touchdown passes for No. 1 Everett.

#1 Everett (3-0) (0-0) – 35  St. Johns Prep (0-3) – 0

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Matt O’Keefe went 14 for 20 passing for 218 yards and five touchdowns (three passing, two rushing) to help the Green Dragons improve to 3-0.

#2 Duxbury (3-0) (0-0) – 42  New Bedford (2-1) – 19

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John Dillon threw for 86 yards to lead the Warriors to the 34-0 shutout.

#3 King Phillip (3-0) (0-0) – 34  Sharon (2-1) – 0

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#4 North Attleborough (3-0) (0-0) – Canton (2-1) (0-0) – 0

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Auburn rolled up nearly 500 yards on the ground and dismantled visiting St. Peter-Marian to win its 40th consecutive game. Dan Flink and Bob Sivret each scored twice for the Rockets.

#5 Auburn (3-0) (0-0) – 35   St. Peter-Marian (2-1) (1-0) –6

#6 Weymouth (3-0) – 28  Gloucester (0-3) – 0

#7 Xaverian Brothers H.S. (3-0) –   31  Brockton (1-2) – 0

#8 Holliston (2-1) – 42  Dover-Sherborn (1-2) – 6

#9 Mansfield (2-1) – Stoughton (2-1) – 8

#10 Boston College High (2-1) – 35  Chelmsford (2-1) – 14

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