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Central Catholic defense overwhelms Prep in convincing victory

LAWRENCE — After all of the hype, the state championship chatter, and an extra day of waiting thanks to a flood, it was time for Central Catholic to prove itself against another Massachusetts football power.

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Windham routs Hillsboro-Deering

HILLSBOROUGH — Windham (3-0) continued its dominant start to the season, traveling to Hillsboro-Deering on Saturday and demolishing the hosts, 52-0.

This one was over by halftime.

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Phillips defense puts hurt on

LAKEVILLE, Conn.  — The Phillips defense had the Hotchkiss quarterback scrambling for his life in a 47-13 season-opening win over Hotchkiss.

The Big Blue had a whopping nine sacks and 300-plus pound lineman Ricardo Hernandez had a 2-yard fumble recovery for a score. Adam Cohen and Kevin Milowski each had three sacks.

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Caceras explodes in second half

LAWRENCE — Greater Lawrence quarterback Jose Caceras was a man possessed.

He rushed for three touchdowns in the second half alone, and threw for another in the first half to fuel the Reggies 37-8 victory over Austin Prep Saturday afternoon at Veterans Memorial Stadium. He finished with 170 yards on the ground and another 63 through the air.

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Pentucket thwarts Amesbury rally in final seconds to win thriller

WEST NEWBURY — Pentucket’s Nate McGrail was focused on his assignment with the game on the line, when he heard the crowd erupt.

“I was dropped back in coverage,” he said. “Then I looked up and saw our linemen getting to their quarterback. I saw the ball come out, and I knew that was the game and we had a hard win.”

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Ugly injury mars dominant win for Whittier

HAVERHILL — Whittier Tech football had plenty of reason to be excited following a dominant 32-16 win over Randolph High on Saturday, but the mood after was tempered after a Randolph player suffered a horrible leg injury in the third quarter and had to be taken off by an ambulance.
The injury came with 3:48 to play in the third quarter, when Randolph senior running back Charles Dillworth caught a 14-yard pass to bring the Blue Devils into the red zone. Almost immediately, players from both teams frantically started calling for the trainer, and coaches said afterwards that Dillworth suffered a broken leg on the play.
The injury resulted in a 40-minute delay, after which players from both teams offered words of encouragement before Dillworth was carted off to the ambulance. 
"It was pretty scary and I felt really bad," said Whittier senior Julio Joubert, who was among those who spoke to Dillworth before he left. "I wanted to wish him my condolences so he can get better as soon as possible."
Randolph wound up scoring an 11-yard touchdown on the next play, but by then the game was already well in hand for Whittier. The Blue Devils scored once more late in the fourth quarter, but otherwise Whittier more or less ran out the clock.
The injury cast a pall over what was otherwise a terrific afternoon for the Wildcats. The star of the day was senior Thomas O'Mahony, who scored three touchdowns and led the team with 83 yards rushing and 61 yards receiving.
O'Mahony's first score came as time expired to end the first half, scoring on a 4-yard rush to make it 20-2 Whittier at halftime. Then, O'Mahony received the opening kickoff of the second half and took it 90 yards to the house to extend the lead even further.
Finally, O'Mahony added another touchdown through the air when he hauled in a 30-yard pass from quarterback Kevin Bradley to make it 32-2. Bradley also had a 1-yard touchdown run in the second quarter, and senior Corey DeFusco got Whittier on the board in the first with a 23-yard touchdown run, his first of the season.
Randolph scored its first two points on a Whittier safety early in the second quarter.
Whittier is now 2-0 for the first time since 2009. The Wildcats are at Chelsea on Friday at 7 p.m.

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Hanna runs wild, Sanborn rolls

KINGSTON, N.H. — Chris Hanna scored on runs of 19 and 47 yards and Sanborn blitzed Manchester West 39-8.

Coach John Welch said he had to tabulate the numbers but that Hanna was over 200 yards rushing.

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Peach's big day carries H-W past North Reading

NORTH READING - First half penalties plagued the North Reading football team Friday night against Hamilton-Wenham.

Self-inflicted wounds positioned the Hornets with one foot in the grave, but it was General senior captain Cam Peach who buried the opposition.

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Pelham falls to Milford

PELHAM — Milford took an early lead and ran with it, leading wire to wire to beat Pelham football 28-7 on Friday night.

Pelham's lone score came in the fourth quarter when quarterback Peter Lawson found Brett Lindsay for a 10-yard touchdown pass. Jake Kirane converted the extra point.

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Mistakes cost Lawrence in loss to Dracut

DRACUT — Lawrence trailed by one touchdown with just over three minutes to play, but Dracut executed a third-and-long and added the game-clinching score in the final moments to down the Lancers 27-14 on Friday night.

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Zhou, Owls manhandle BG

NASHUA — Timberlane got into the win column, pounding Bishop Guertin 35-14.

Farai Zhou ran wild (27-173, 2 TDs) and Dan Hayes added two TD runs and a 37-yard scoring connection with Andrew Wilson.

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Royals can't get going

CHELMSFORD — A late run by Lowell Catholic was too much for Georgetown to overcome, as miscues from the Royals stalled any comeback bid in Friday's 22-2 loss. 
A late 60-yard bomb from Crusaders quarterback Peter Sawyer sealed the fate of the Royals, who fumbled the subsequent kickoff, allowing Lowell Catholic to score again with under two minutes left.
The offense for Georgetown came from the special teams unit following a Crusaders touchdown. 
With 20 seconds remaining in the first half, Sawyer ran it in from the two for the score, and that's when things got interesting for the Royals. As the Crusaders lined up to kick, sophomore Matt Armata scooped up the loose football following a block. He ran it down the sideline for the score, and cut the deficit to 6-2. 
The Visitors did see a strong performance from Zach Beauvais, who rushed for 26 yards on eight carries. Long went 4-6 with 50 yards while rushing for 16. 
The Royals will have a chance to rebound next week when they host Lynn Tech.
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McAlister runs Londonderry past Nashua North

LONDONDERRY — Londonderry quarterback Michael McAlister had a monster day, rushing for 136 yards and four touchdowns as the Lancers beat Nashua North 26-21 in a back and forth thriller Friday night.

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Pelham falls to STA

St. Thomas Aquinas rolled to an easy 42-7 win over Pleham.

Shawn DeKorne threw two TD passes and ran for a score for the 2-0 Saints.

Pelham could never get untracked offensively. STA limited the Pythons to 34 yards in 34 carries, just 1.0 yards an attempt. 

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Pelham falls to STA

St. Thomas Aquinas rolled to an easy 42-7 win over Pleham.

Shawn DeKorne threw two TD passes and ran for a score for the 2-0 Saints.

Pelham could never get untracked offensively. STA limited the Pythons to 34 yards in 34 carries, just 1.0 yards an attempt. 

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