This is your definitive guide to everything you need to know about the MIAA Division 1-8 high school football state championships at Gillette Stadium this week.
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We'll continue to update the scores and highlights from all the games on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
The South Shore has showed out this fall, with seven teams making it to the Super Bowl. Five South Shore League representatives and two Patriot League powers are battling for glory.
Wednesday Dec. 1
FINAL: Division 8: Randolph 20, Hull 14
The title is the first in program history for the Blue Devils.
Hull's Luke Richardson threw a 40-yard TD pass to John Gianibas (six catches, 114 yards). Jaden Stilphen (Hull) and Sebastian Jouissance (Randolph) had TD runs.
In the third quarter, Hull's Ryan Dunn recovered a fumble. Randolph's Osaruyi Izedonmwen intercepted a pass and returned a kick 43 yards. and long kick return. Randolph's Vidnic Bembeleza blocked a punt.
Jouissance had his second TD of the day on a 1-yard run to tie the game at 14-14 with 9:28 remaining. Hull's Nick Tiani recovered a fumble in the red zone.
Randolph's Malik White returned a punt that was deflected off a Hull lineman for 20 yards to give the Blue Devils a 20-14 lead with 2:43 remaining. Randolph's Izedonmwen intercepted a pass with 1:13 remaining.
FINAL: Division 7: Cohasset 27, Wahconah 12
Will Baker staked the Skippers to a 7-0 lead with a 30-yard TD run. Wahconah's Ryan Scott threw a 40-yard TD pass to Owen Salvatore.
In the second quarter, Cohasset's Josh Burke had a 22-yard TD run on a direct snap. Scott threw his second TD of the day, a 39-yard pass to Brad Noyes.
In the third quarter, Baker threw a 14-yard TD pass to Liam Appleton on a third-and-11. Lucas Najjar recovered a fumble to keep that drive alive. Thomas Hansen (3 for 3 on extra points) made it a two-score lead at 21-12 with 8:02 remaining.
Michael Donahue put an exclamation point with a TD run with 1:21 seconds remaining.
FINAL: Division 5: Swampscott 14, North Reading 7
Cam O'Brien ran for a TD to put the Big Blue up in the second quarter. Xaviah Bascon threw a 30-yard TD pass to Cole Hamernick on a halfback pass to put Swampscott up 14-0 in the third quarter.
Alex Carucci had a 1-yard TD run for the Hornets.
Thursday, Dec. 2
FINAL: Division 3: Marblehead 35, North Attleboro 28
Marblehead, which won its first state title and increased the state's longest active winning streak to 20 games, took a 7-0 lead in the second quarter when Josh Robertson threw a TD pass to Connor Cronin but the Red Rocketeers with two TDs before the half. Tyler DeMattio scored both TDs on rushes of 5 and 4 yards. DeMattio's second TD came with 42 seconds left in the half, but that left enough time for the Magicians to answer with a 73-yard TD pass from Robertson to Cronin with 5 seconds left in the first half.
Just 78 seconds into the second half, Robertson threw his third TD of the day on a screen pass to George Percy to put the Magicians up 21-14. Robertson's 8-yard TD run made it 28-14 with 8:03 left in the third quarter. Tyler Bannon cut the deficit to 28-21 with a 5-yard TD.
DeMattio's third TD tied the game with 4:20 remaining. Cronin hauled in a short pass from Robertson and went 83 yards for a TD that put Marblehead up 35-28.
FINAL: Division 1: Springfield Central 22, Central Catholic 15
William Watson put Springfield Central up early, but Central Catholic answered with an Aydan Pereira pass to Ty Cannistraro (27 yards).
Tariq Thomas ran for a TD in the second quarter for Springfield Central and Watson completed a 20-yard TD pass to Ty Karryon Daniels.
In the third quarter, Pereira threw his second TD pass to Cannistraro.
The title was the third consecutive for Springfield Central, which won Div. 3 in 2018 and 2019.
FINAL: Division 2: Catholic Memorial 42, King Philip 18
King Philip took a 3-0 lead on a 28-yard field goal from Matthew Kelley. CM had a quick answer as JC Petrongolo threw a 51-yard TD pass to Kole Osinubi. Petrongolo threw a 14-yard TD pass to Matthew Rios with 16 seconds left in the first half.
Datrell Jones scored on a 4-yard TD run to push the Knights lead to 21-3 in the third quarter.
Rudy Gately ran for a 4-yard TD to cut the deficit to 21-10 early in the fourth quarter. CM had a quick answer as Drew DeLucia threw a 66-yard TD pass to Jaedn Skeete on a trick play. KP's Charlie Grant scored on a 1-yard TD run. Petrongolo threw a second TD pass (18 yards) to Osinubi in the fourth quarter. CM's Osinubi returned an interception for a TD.
Friday Dec. 3
NOTE - Originally scheduled for Dec. 6
FINAL: Division 6: Rockland 23, Abington 13
Rockland QB PJ Celestino picked up 41 yards on a run on the fourth play of the day. Three plays later he threw an 8-yard TD pass to Lucas Leander. Rockland's Gabe Pinheiro recovered a fumble.
Clestino had a 1-yard TD run, followed by a Jerry Esposito extra point, to put the Bulldogs up 13-0. The Green Wave picked up their first first down of the day on a 27-yard pass from Eddie Reilly to Tommy Fanara. Three plays later, Isaiah Ricketson scored on a 7-yard TD run. Celestino returned the ensuining kickoff 99 yards for a TD. Rockland 20-7 with 1:45 left in the first half. Jerry Esposito kicked a 27-yard field goal before the half.
Abington's Mason Kilmain had a 3-yard TD run in the third quarter.
Rockland's Jacob Coulstring (interception), Pinheiro (fumble) and Leander (fumble) had forced turnovers in the fourth quarter.
Where to watch: NFHSNetwork.com
FINAL: Division 4: Scituate 14, Duxbury 13
Matt Festa threw a 21-yard TD pass to Chris Walsh to put the Dragons up early. Dennen Sullivan added a field goal. Scituate's Keegan Sullivan had a 1-yard TD run. Sullivan kicked a 25-yard field goal to make it 13-6 with 2:03 remaining.
Keegan Sullivan with the go-ahead 2-point conversion following an Andrew Bossey TD with 27 seconds remaining.
Scituate has its first lead of the day on this 2-point conversion from Keegan Sullivan. Scituate leads 14-13 with 27 seconds remaining. pic.twitter.com/0dL8wvPOAF
— Chris McDaniel (@ChrisMcDaniel88) December 4, 2021
BLUE HILLS GOING BOWLING, TOO
Blue Hills 52, Nashoba Valley 51: The top-seeded Warriors (11-2) won the small-school voke title with a thrilling, back-and-forth victory at Canton High. Jake Reissfelder scored four touchdowns -- on runs of 46, 30, 20 and 4 yards. With the Warriors down 51-44, quarterback Anthony Graziano scored on a 1-yard sneak with 2:25 remaining, and Eric Mann swept left on the 2-point try, diving for the pylon for the winning margin. Caiden Montas returned an interception 96 yards for a TD early in the third quarter to knot the score at 28-all, and Mann had an 8-yard TD run in the first half. It was Blue Hills' first voke crown since winning back-to-back titles in 2012 and 2013.
This article originally appeared on The Patriot Ledger: HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Scores from the MIAA Div. 1-8 Super Bowls