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Few playoff questions left in high school football

Sport:   Posted: November 19th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

The postseason dance floor already is crowded. With one just football week left in the regular season, 22 teams already have stamped their playoff tickets for places such as Marciano Stadium in Brockton and Cawley Stadium in Lowell, among others.


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Brockton gets another shot vs. Dartmouth

Sport:   Posted: November 17th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

BROCKTON - Coming off a 34-6 thrashing at the hands of Xaverian Sept. 28, Brockton coach Peter Colombo was unsure how his team would be playing at this point in the season. After a decisive 34-14 victory over New Bedford yesterday that gave the Boxers their sixth consecutive Big Three title, Colombo has his answer.

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English football team falls hard in Gloucester

Sport:   Posted: November 8th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

Taylor Burbine's 169 rushing yards and three touchdowns led an attack that gained 349 yards on the ground as the Fishermen claimed a second straight NEC North crown with a 35-7 win on a rainy night at Newell Stadium

 
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Brockton star Khalil James-Offley in rush to win

Sport:   Posted: November 8th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

The Brockton High star running back took the time between school and practice to vote in the presidential election. Holding a ballot for the first time, James-Offley took his duties as an American citizen very seriously.

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These Mustangs have the horses

Sport:   Posted: November 4th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

Friday night´s Pine Tree Conference Class A semifinal between No. 4 Skowhegan (8-1) and No. 1 Lawrence (9-0) is the third time in four seasons these rivals will meet in the playoffs.

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Knights on strong run

Sport:   Posted: November 2nd, 2008 by Tom Nolette

Relying on a relentless running game to go along with an opportunistic defense, the undefeated Knights made enough big plays to thwart St. John’s Prep, 12-7, in a Catholic Conference battle yesterday.

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Catholic Memorialís Brennan Williams stays grounded

Sport:   Posted: November 1st, 2008 by Tom Nolette

WEST ROXBURY - Catholic Memorial senior Brennan Williams humbly marches onto the field despite the reports about him on ESPN.com, a father who played in the NFL for more than a decade, and a spot on the Army All-American bowl game roster.

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Willis, Southie stay on roll

Sport:   Posted: November 1st, 2008 by Tom Nolette

With members of the coaching staff of defending Boston North champion East Boston looking on from the stands, Southie trounced Madison Park, 32-6, yesterday. The Knights improved to 7-1 overall and 2-0 in league play, tying them with the Jets and establishing themselves as a contender just one year after trudging through a 5-5 season.

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Step-sibling rivalry

Sport:   Posted: October 25th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

SAUGUS - Two brothers. Two teams. Same division. For the Santamaria/Barrasso family, the football season is split in their Saugus home. Joe Santamaria is the senior captain of Beverly High, while his stepbrother, Anthony Barrasso, is the senior captain of Saugus.

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Jets eventually cool Brighton

Sport:   Posted: October 25th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

Brighton is the defending Division 4 champion. East Boston was the Division 3A runner-up last year. But when push came to shove yesterday, East Boston looked like the team with the championship pedigree, rallying in the fourth quarter to topple the Bengals, 26-16, at White Stadium.

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Garcia's feat gives Crimson Tide a leg up

Sport:   Posted: October 22nd, 2008 by Tom Nolette

WESTWOOD - Facing a Xaverian defense that hasn't allowed a touchdown since a season-opening loss to Duxbury, Igor Garcia had a hunch he would have a hand, or foot, in the outcome of yesterday's clash of Division 1 powers.

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Murphy steps into spotlight

Sport:   Posted: October 22nd, 2008 by Tom Nolette

Murphy's 21 rushing touchdowns leads all EMass schools. His efforts on the ground have led Blue Hills to a pristine 6-0 record and an average of 36 points per game - best in Division 3A. The senior has scored at least three touchdowns in each game and has scored more points this season (142) than 18 of the other 24 teams in the division.

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Whatever Happened To: Bob Bradford, Natick/Northeastern

Sport:   Posted: October 19th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

Talk to 1965 Natick High graduate Bob Bradford for just a few minutes and you realize that he loved to play sports. You also realize that later on in his life he loved to coach sports. In fact, you quickly realize definitively that the 61-year-old simply loves sports.

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Chris Cameron guides Big Blue

Sport:   Posted: October 19th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

Cameron has thrown for 1,163 yards and 14 touchdowns in his first five career starts at QB, while rushing for 290 yards and five more TDs. He leads Division 3 in TD passes and is on pace to pass the 2007 marks of his predecessor, Northeastern Conference All-Star Peter Kinchley (1,876 yards, 19 passing TDS; 499 yards, eight rushing TDs).

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Crimson Tide get kicks

Sport:   Posted: October 19th, 2008 by Tom Nolette

WESTWOOD - Igor Garcia waited four years to get an opportunity to produce with the game on the line. The highly touted senior kicker didn’t disappoint, calmly booting a 42-yard field goal into the wind with 2:52 remaining to give No. 1 Everett a hard-fought 13-10 win over No. 10 Xaverian yesterday.

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