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Six TDs from Musumarra in Central victory

Central Catholic linebackers Jaycob Morales, left, and Nick Bordeianu, right, stop Lowell's Angel Escalera (4) in his tracks for a big loss during football action at Lawrence Veterans' Memorial Stadium. October 16, 20105 Photos

LAWRENCE — Central Catholic unveiled its version of the Wildcat yesterday. No one could have predicted the good things that would result from a seemingly simple addition.

Running back Trae Musumarra broke in the new formation on Central’s first possession, combining three carries with a Red Raider penalty for six points. But more importantly, the early involvement jump-started his entire game. Finishing with 162 yards rushing and six touchdowns offensively, and a team-high 11 tackles as a linebacker defensively, Musumarra was immense as the Raiders held off a pesky Lowell squad, 40-32.

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Football, 10/16/10 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Central leads Hillies 29-0 at the half

Central raced to a big 29-0 halftime lead over Haverhill behind interceptions for scores by Xavier Peralta and Cam Walsh.

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Football, 10/08/10 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Central rebounds, smothers Tewksbury

Central Catholic's Nathaniel Hall runs down the sideline to score a touchdown after catching a pass in the first half of football action. Central defeated Tewksbury 17-0 at Lawrence Veterans' Memorial Stadium.7 Photos

 

LAWRENCE — As the seconds ran out at Veterans Memorial Stadium, Central Catholic senior Jaycob Morales asked, "Do you like what you see out here?"

A wise guy shot back playfully, "Yeah, but what happened last week?"

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Football, 10/02/10 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Dracut smothers Central

 

DRACUT - Those around the Merrimack Valley Conference planning Dracut's demise might want to refrain from any football funerals.

The Middies, 0-2 coming in and reeling from huge losses to graduation and the emigration of their head coach across the river to Lowell, ran Central Catholic right off Beaudry Field, 27-14, before about 1,000 fans in the conference opener for both.

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Football, 09/24/10 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Dracut smothers Central

 

DRACUT - Those around the Merrimack Valley Conference planning Dracut's demise might want to refrain from any football funerals.

The Middies, 0-2 coming in and reeling from huge losses to graduation and the emigration of their head coach across the river to Lowell, ran Central Catholic right off Beaudry Field, 27-14, before about 1,000 fans in the conference opener for both.

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Football, 09/24/10 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Raiders come on strong

LAWRENCE —  It was far from perfect, as few opening games are, but there were plenty of promising signs for Central Catholic’s football team last night.

The Raiders pulled away late for a solid 28-14 victory over a strong Marloboro club and showed potential on both sides of the ball.

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