Category Archives: High School Football Massachusetts

High School Scores Week 4

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The Milford defense shuts down Westborough High School 14-0

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St Johns-Shrewsbury (3-1) – 21  Wachusett (1-3) – 7

Drew Ortone caught a 46-yard touchdown pass and returned an interception 75 yards for another score while Connor Kurtz threw two touchdown passes to lead the host Pioneers past the Mountaineers. Kurtz connected with freshman Taquar Stewart for a 29-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter to put St. John’s up, 21-0. Sammy Rivera scored a 5-yard touchdown for Wachusett.

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St. Peter-Marian improves to 3-1 as they knock Algonquin down to 1-3 in an offensive explosion 46-25

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Greater Lawrence (3-1) – 20  Brighton (1-2) – 6

Jonathan Montero’s 33-yard touchdown run broke a scoreless tie in the second quarter, and Christian Rivera’s 45-yard interception return extended the lead for the Reggies. Bengals’ Jonathan Marrero fired a 51-yard TD strike to Damian Robinson in the fourth quarter. Rivera added a 24-yard touchdown run to seal the victory.

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#15 Walpole (4-0) – 41  Milton (0-4) – 3

The Wildcats opened with a 32-yard field goal, but didn’t score again. The Rebels’ Tom Donnellan threw a 54-yard pass to David Thibault, one of Donnellan’s three TDs. He finished with 202 passing yards. Shane Blass carried the ball 13 times for 122 yards and one touchdown.

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Hopkinton (4-0) – 21  Weston – 14

Mike Decina ran for two touchdowns and threw for another to lead the Hillers.

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Auburn High School picks up there 41st win in a row as they shut out Millbury 28-0

Other Scores from around Massachusetts High School Football

Ashland – 0 @ Medway – 48

Natick – 34 @ Newton North – 12

#6 Dennis-Yarmouth – 41  @ Falmouth – 8

#7 Mansfield – 27  @ #17 King Phillip – 26

Franklin – 3  @ North Attleborough – 7

Hull -7 @ East Bridgewater – 28

Carver – 6  @ Cohasset – 49

Holliston – 42 @ Medfield – 14

Dover-Sherborn – 33 @ Bellingham – 20

Haverhill – 14  @ #8 Andover – 24

#19 Billerica – 40 @ #11 Dracut – 14

Woburn – 26  @ Burlington – 34

#12 Catholic Memorial – 42 @ Bishop Guertin – 0

#14 Chelmsford – 42 @ Lawrence – 16

Medford – 6 @ Dedham – 21

Leicester – 18 @ Grafton – 34

Leominster – 56 @ North Middlesex – 20

Millis/Hopedale – 49 @ Marian – 8

Southbridge – 0 @ Northbridge – 24

St. Bernards – 32 @ West Boylston – 22

Worcester North – 14 @ Worcester Tech – 20

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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