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Tewksbsbury stifles Lawrence

 

TEWKSBURY — Unbeaten Tewksbury proved too tough for a young Lawrence squad as the Redmen (5-0) rolled to a 35-0 victory.

Aided by a 70-yard interception return for a touchdown, Tewksbury zoomed to a 28-0 halftime lead and then coasted to victory. Tewksbury QB Zach Hayes threw two TD passes but the Redmen also had success running the ball and had several long drives.

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Ferullo brothers, Knights hold off Dracut

DRACUT — North Andover stormed to a 21-0 halftime lead and held on to beat Dracut, 27-20. The Middies (0-4) cut it to 27-20 midway through the fourth quarter but the Scarlet Knights held on. Aidan Lynch got the visitors on the board in the first quarter with a 20-yard TD grab from Will Schimmoeller. A.J. Lawrence (17 run) and Steven Ferullo (2 run) scored in the second quarter. But the Middies made it interesting, scoring on a long TD run and a long TD pass in the third quarter. Those were sandwiched around a Jack Ferullo 30-yard TD run. Dracut passed for another score in the fourth with plenty of time remaining. The Knights (2-3) were led by senior Steven Ferullo, who carried 25 times for 90 yards. Junior brother Jack Ferullo had the TD run and 12 tackles. And sophomore brother Brian had a big late interception. Up Next? North Andover at Andover, Friday, 6 p.m.

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Ward, Newburyport roll past Sachems

NEWBURYPORT — When Newburyport quarterback Finn Sullivan saw his senior wide receiver Trevor Ward making a run to the end zone early in the fourth quarter, he didn’t need to think twice.

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KIPP holds off Whittier

HAVERHILL – Early in the fourth quarter Saturday afternoon, Whittier was deadlocked with the defending Division 8 North Sectional champs.

The visiting Panthers, however, proved to be the better closer.

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Lowell rallies past Methuen

 

LOWELL — All good things must come to an end and, because of two long touchdowns, it ended for the Methuen football team Friday night.

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Central wallops Methuen

METHUEN — As Central Catholic's Tommy Casey scooped up the fumble and broke toward the end zone, the linebacker couldn't help but listen for footsteps

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Central Catholic blanks Andover

LAWRENCE – The score, 17-0, said “easy” like the other three Central Catholic blowouts.
But the score lied.
Central Catholic had to earn this one over its “arch” rival, Andover High. As in really earn it.
It took a few late Andover drops, a near sack and quarterback Ayden Pereira’s signature – a 21-yard run and a 13-yard bullet pass for a touchdown to finally seal Central’s fourth win in the Fall 2 season.
One issue for Central were a pair of sophomores, quarterback Scott Brown and running back Lincoln Beal.
They are and they were electric. Beal finished with 116 yards, all hard-earned, on 24 carries, and Brown, only 5-foot-8, made plays with his feet (55 yards) and his arm (95 yards).
The problem was when Andover was close to scoring, it couldn’t.
When Central was close to scoring, only three times, it did.
“They were better than I thought they were going to be,” said Pereira, who finished completing 17 of 24 passes for 201 yards and two TDs. But he also had two interceptions.
“They confused us a lot on defense,” said Pereira, who opened the scoring, completing five consecutive passes before hitting a wide open sophomore Mathias Latham for a 21-yard score.
Andover sandwiched three red zone drives around a Nick Mazzie 31-yard field, getting to Central 6, 17 and 14. Two penalties hurt and as did two missed field goals.
“When you play a team that good, you can’t give them any help,” said Andover coach E.J. Perry. “They’re good. They do everything well. We can’t have drops and commit penalties in the red zone against a team like that. But I am proud of our team. We’re young and we’re learning a lot here.”
Central defense, in the end, came up big in getting the shutout.
Central’s behemoth 6-foot-1, 270-pound defensive tackle Uyi Sayimwen not only had 12 tackles, but six were for losses on the lightning quick Brown.
Tommy Casey also had 11 tackles and some big hits on Beal and Brown.
“We have to thank Andover because we needed a game like this,” said Central coach Chuck Adamopoulos. “They are tough. Beal is for real. So is Brown. They fought us the entire way. We had to make a few plays and we did.
“After that loss to Methuen, 
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WHittier runs by Nashoba

 

HAVERHILL — When it comes to ball control, Whittier Tech is becoming a model.

For the second straight game, the Wildcats ran the ball over and over again with great results and it translated to a 28-7 victory over Nashoba Tech in a rare Tuesday afternoon game.

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Football, 04/06/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Central storms Billerica

BILLERICA – When you outscore opponents by a combined 115 points in the opening half, chances are second stringers will be enjoying their season.

Central Catholic once again went deep into the bench Saturday afternoon, inaugurating the new field at Billerica High School with a 47-6 victory over the Indians, who were a late substitution for Boston College High, which had to cancel its scheduled game with the Raiders because of Covid protocols.

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Football, 04/03/21 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Shorthanded Knights (COVID) no match for Tewksbury

NORTH ANDOVER — Kyle Darrigo, a 5-6, 160-pound running back, stole the show with 20 carries for 218 yards and 4 scores as Tewksbury (4-0) rolled past North Andover, 41-14, on Friday night. According to the Boston Globe, the Scarlet Knights "(Were) playing shorthanded with a large portion of the roster in quarantine because of contract tracing related to a recent JV game." Late in the first half, Will Schimmoeller threw TD passes to Max Wolfgang and Jack Ferullo (24 seconds left) but it wasn't enough as the Knights (1-3) dropped their third straight.

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