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Danny Fleming (6TDs) punctuates Tewksburys wild win over Wilmington

Danny Fleming (6TDs) punctuates Tewksburys wild win over Wilmington

The Redmen beat the hosts 56-35 nonleague in a wild 56-35 nonleague dinner held at Thanksgiving's 87th Thanksgiving meeting.

Fleming put the game away on a trick play in the fourth quarter, on the receiving end of a 45-yard touchdown pass on a fake punt from Michael Sullivan.

The player he played in a very good season was superb - the players made the appearance - for the coach.

Upon all the way through the half-suffering home victory, senior wide John Germano delivered 78 yards of kick-off return to keep Wilmington up 7-6. The Wildcats defended the entire way.

The story of the game was the Redmen offensive line that mastered their game with its ability to control the line of scrimmage, so Fleming could take control of the game on the ground.

One in a row, the other two are Benley, Bennelly, Sam Chow and Cole Kimtis. The four guys and Fleming are our leaders all year long.

He always answered when we really needed it and made big plays.

Alex Arborgast got a run with a run of 51 and 83 yards for Tewksbury back.

Pedro Germano grabbed two touchdowns and threw a 46-yard score to Erickson, quarterback of Wilmington.

Football is a symbol of normalcy in a year where COVID is still influencing students' lives.

One thing has been a constant, said Aylward. There will be Tewksbury and Wilmington kids fighting for their city to spill their guts and win.

With 1:05 remaining, a-B trailed by 10, but could still score from the inside, Ewing said. I saw the ball pop out, I saw the end zone, I was gone, Ewing said.

The next 31 unanswered yards accounted for for after A-B (2-9) scored the game's first 14 points. By the afternoon, Westford threw a touchdown pass of 7 and 34 yards to Kyle Doney and Matthew Haggan, followed by a 40-yard completion to Doney to set up a field goal for a 17-14 halftime lead.

The Grey Ghosts scored on the first two drives of the second half on a 36-yard run from Adam Rudiman and an eight-yard touchdown pass from Rohun Voruganti. A-B answered with a 29-yard score from Eamonn Murray to Jack Lehouck over the middle to put the lead to 31-21.

The Westford 3 was hit hard by an accidental knee with the ball on the Westford 4 , and for the first time, Fengly Flumo was hit by a shot with two other runners on the Westford 5 for the second straight clincher.

We've been there many times before trailing, Ewing said. Sometimes we get back up and doing it from there.

Sophomore Kayden Mills picked up 156 yards and two touchdowns on 15 carry to lead Spy Ponders 5-1 to the nonleague victory.

The Panthers swept the whole game on Thanksgiving Day with three touchdowns on first quarter. A 94-yard kickoff return, a 11-yard reception and a five-yard rush made the Panthers a dominant victory.

On second quarter a 34-yard touchdown was held for senior tight end Zach Sparkman, who scored a 22-yard toss in the quarter.

By rushing touchdowns, Senior running backs Jordan Irvine and Jeremiah DeJesus, senior receiver Andre Sullivan and junior receiver Devon Smalls each scored rushing touchdowns for Beverly.

Steven Woods took 13 of 16 passes with three touchdowns in a nonleague win over the Lancers (8-8) on Peabody in a nonleague victory.

At the 25th edition of the Chowder Bowl in North Eastham, the visiting Dolphins won the 25th edition of the North Eastham Chowder Bowl.

After three three scoreless quarters, Moore ran for a second-yard score with 9:10 remaining. Finally, he walked onto the end zone for another TD with 6:14 remaining.

Chris Marsh said that he did a great job and we gave the best player the ball, so we took the advantage of the package and put the best players out on play, then he ran around the ball. We decided to make it look like he was supposed to come with a punch, so we went on to a roll and saw him as a ballner and run behind the best blockers added Marsh. We said, Let's give a good job to our best player and help him get

Charley was named Offensive MVP with 67 per cent of the team's defensive staff. Senior Ched Caramanna was made VP and senior Corey Vendetti earned Defensive MVP with a deserved defensive rating.

Johnny Bennett, 39, Medfield 8 he entailed the end zone four times, stealing a touchdown pass from thirty and 23 yards for the Raiders (9-2), and returning an interception 35 yards to win over the Warriors (1-10).

The Hilltoppers earned a convincing home win in the Southeast Conference. Thomas ran for a 24-yard touchdown and Jaden Lewis scored a 36-yard rushing score.

Fairhaven 24, Dartmouth 7 - The Blue Devils recorded their first season of the year by taking the lead on 7 o'clock The Blue Devils won first 7-14, at the weekend after the opening game of 2013-2013 their eighth year of season with their first win over Dartmouth from Derek Almeida, the Blue Devils lasted only eight days. The Blue Devils had 24 straight points after falling behind 8-0. Cadence Chase, Justin Marques and Colby Corre

Great New Bedford 42, Diman 21 The Bears won the MVADA Grand championship game on Dec. 3. On the other side of the game, the Bears are against Northeast on Dec. 3:24.

The Generals dominated the Cape Ann League win with 301 yards on 34 carries, and hit four short-yardage touchdowns in the fourth quarter. Twin brother Luke saved a 96 yards from an interception in the final round.

Tom Crouch went up against the Clippers 35, Norwell 7 Ben Scalzi completed 17 passes for three touchdowns two to Dylan Rice, who got 8 receptions for 200 yards for the Hawks (8-3) in a nonleague win.

How Long did the tittle go by? Then a pass from a 10yard penalty, he fumbled against the Division 4 Super Bowl-bound Sailors at a Patriot League matchup.

On the fourth quarter, Chris threw three TDs for Westwood (3-8).

Lincoln-Sudbury 49, Newton South 0 Senior quarterback Riley O'Connell (15-of-22 passing for 243 yards) led the Warriors (9-1) with a passing touchdown, rushing touchdown and receiving touchdown. Neither the elder nor the elder, the elder, was a passing touchdown and a touchdown.

J-S senior Nate Allor catches 4 catches for 89 yards and a touchdown and senior linebacker Bobby Haarde has put on a forced fumble and defensive touchdown for L-S.

Thomas Dillon and Josh Skenderian, senior runners, rushed for touchdowns.

The Golden Tornadoes played in the 134th meeting with Davya Mozza and a 23-yard field goal from Ronald Juarez. Golden Tornadoes reached the final in the holiday games last 16 with an 85-yard kickoff return from Danol McCunchie on the first play, and a safety to their 13th win in the competition.

Middleborough forty, Carver 11 The junior quarterback Jacob Briggs flammed for two touchdowns for senior running back Cam Downey, and took a pair of conversion passes. Upon being executed by the junior, Briggs served as catalyst for North Texas' dominance on Thanksgiving Day: passing for eight yards and five yards touchdowns; passing for eight-yard and fiveyard touchdowns; and finishing with a two-point conversion pass.

Nate Tullish, the Junior running back, ran for a forty-yard touchdown and a two-point conversion.

The Scarlet Hawks, 34, Taunton 28 Nicholas Araujo connected on a pair of field goals for the Scarlet Hawks, which proved the difference in the first Thanksgiving game between Milford (9-3, 3-2) and the Tigers (5-6, 0-6) in Hockomock Kelley-Rex play.

Wamps took the 7-0 lead in the second quarter while Senior running back Amari Marsman led a 42-point onslaught for the Wildcats with touchdown runs of 7, 3, 2 and a highlight-reel 19-yard run to finish their first meeting in Braintree.

In Patriot League play, Kevin Haret scored his pass to Nathaniel Caldwell for a 10-yard touchdown from North Quincy 15, Quincy 12 Cooper Hansen gave the Red Raiders a 2-1 victory over the rival Presidents (5-5) on a Patriot League win.

The Golden Knights' 3rd win, the winner of England, Steve Donnelly received two49 yards and three touchdowns, including 64 yards and 79 yards.

South Reading 28, Lynnfield 25 Sophomore Will Batten scored on rushes in the third (15 yards) and fourth quarter (10 yards) to take the Super Bowl-bound Hornets (11-1) to the Cape Ann League victory. Senior Spencer Riley accounted for all four Pioneer's progress, including runs of 58 and 16 yards in the fourth quarter.

A second overtime win over their crosstown rivals came with PJ Murphys fourth passing touchdown. After the match, South was able to take a two-point rushing rush effort to try to make a thrilling win over the crosstown rivals.

In a South Coast Conference win over the Lakers (3-7), Harry Hughes scored two touchdowns, one rushing and one receiving, for the Bulldogs.

Dylan Rodriguez rushed for five and 23 yards to beat the Raiders (4-6) in the South Coast Conference.

The Black Knights defeated the Hockomock League in a 50-yard pick-and-run finale.

The Warriors (6-4) beaten the Red Raiders (3-8) in their first match on Thanksgiving. Their first victory in 11 meetings was thanks to a 1-yard touchdown run from Leo Yardumian and a 34-yard pick-six from Berinato in the fourth quarter.

Two field goals (24, 25 yards) and a pair of Mason Andrade touchdown runs (6 and 3 yards) scored the Raiders to victory in the Middlesex League.

Wayland 34, Weston 7 Adam Goodfellow grabbed three touchdowns, ran for a two-point conversion to host Wayland (5-6), and ran for a two-point conversion.

Kiawszack said from Acton and Brad Joyal from Eastham, and Michael Vega from Braintree of the Globe staff. Colin Bannen, Adam Doucette, Ethan Fuller, Oliver Glass, Cam Kerry, Jake Levin, Ethan McDowell, Lenny Rowe, Steven Sousa, Christopher Williams and Nate Weitzer contributed.

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