Manchester Central Little Green Football '10

Smith, Davies keep Pinkerton in first

MANCHESTER, NH. — It’s amazing how a few seconds and a little speed can change a football team’s whole outlook.

Twice last night junior Emmitt Smith quickly responded to an opponent’s touchdown with spectacular runs, the second of which set up Kevin Davies’ game-winning score with 5.4 seconds left as Pinkerton outlasted Manchester Central 20-13 at Gill Stadium. With the victory Pinkerton (7-2 overall, 6-1 in Division 1) not only maintained its hold atop the New Hampshire Division 1 standings, but left the Astros one win away from assuring home-field advantage throughout the playoffs.

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Londonderry falls just short of upset

MANCHESTER — On a first-and-goal play with 1:15 remaining, Manchester Central’s defense delivered a crushing blow and Ben Mills recovered the Londonderry fumble at the Little Green 2.

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Salem rebounds in big way

SALEM — While there officially isn't a statistical category called "rebounds" in football, the Salem High football team got a big one last night.

Headlined by their two-headed monster backfield, senior Max Jacques and junior Jerri Fedrick, Salem scored 31 unanswered points en route to a surprisingly easy, 45-19, win over Manchester Central.

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