Dover Green Waves Football '15

Dattilo goes over 1,000 yards

DOVER — Plagued by mistakes in the first half, Pinkerton used a punishing ground attack to pull away from Dover, 48-21, Friday night. With the win, the Astros improved to 6-2 with a must-win situation at Exeter left next week to assure they’ll advance to the playoffs. Tied up 14-14 at halftime, Pinkerton went ahead 21-14 in the third quarter when Mike Curley followed a 79-yard run with a one-yard plunge, and the Astros then scored three straight TDs in the fourth quarter to pull away. The first TD of the final frame came on a 79-yard pass play from Ryan Albrecht to James Tulley but, other than that, the Astros stuck to the ground and finished with 473 yards rushing. Brett Dattilo led the way with 152 yards and three touchdowns on nine carries to surpass 1,000 yards on the season. Curley finished with 112 yards on nine attempts and Nick Coombs had 61 yards and a touchdown on just three carries Sophomore Matt Newman had an 80-yard TD run and 91 yards on the day

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Football, 10/24/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Owls stay on track

Winning for the fourth time in five games, Timberlane started fast and crushed Dover 41-7 for a dominating road victory.

Tyler Furey ignited the Owls with a pair of first-quarter touchdowns on runs of 6 and 8 yards, for all the first-half points Timberlane scored.

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Football, 10/09/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Salem routs Dover; ready for Pinkerton

SALEM, N.H. — Salem High coach Rob Pike made it a point of emphasis to get off to a good start against Dover High, which was coming off a blowout loss last week.

Senior Nicholas Shumski apparently kept good notes. It took him all of seven seconds to go 85 yards and put Salem on the scoreboard. The cherry on top was that immediately following the TD, Shumski picked up a botched snap on the extra point and he sprinted to the right sideline barely getting the two-point conversion and 8-0 lead.

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Football, 09/11/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars