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September 23, 2013

Monday Blitz

Masconomet 27 Gloucester 0

Manchester Essex 22 Greater Lawrence 12

Beverly 28 North Andover 28

Marblehead 42 Salem 0

Peabody 34 Somerville 27

Swampscott 28 Winthrop 14

North Reading 16 Hamilton-Wenham 0

Newburyport 38 Ipswich 7

Bishop Fenwick 41 North Shore Tech 0

St. John’s Prep 40 Central Catholic 21

Coming This Week

Friday

Bishop Fenwick at Arlington Catholic (6:30 p.m.)

Beverly at Gloucester (7:00 p.m.)

Manchester Essex vs. Georgetown (7:00 p.m.)

Danvers at Peabody (7:00 p.m.)

Salem at Lynn Classical (7:00 p.m.)

Saugus at Masconomet (7:00 p.m.)

Saturday

Marblehead at Swampscott (12:00 p.m.)

Ipswich at Hamilton-Wenham (1:00 p.m.)

Chelsea at North Shore Tech (1:00 p.m.)

Everett at St. John’s Prep (1:30 p.m.)

Century Club

Rushing

Player, School Att. Yds. TD

I. White, Bev. 17 313 3

J. Thomas, SJP 29 240 2

P. Mulumba, Bev. 14 202 1

D. Santos, Peab. 22 180 2

R. Collins, Peab. 11 145 2

B. Tyrrell, Marb. 19 113 1

Passing

Player, School Comp. Att. Yds. TD

J. Clay, H-W 14 29 164 0

M. Millett, Marb. 11 14 148 1

K. Blomster, Ips. 8 15 119 0

C. Carter, ME 9 30 101 0

Receiving

Player, School Rec. Yds. TD

None

Standings

Division 3 Northeast

Team W L Pts

1. Marblehead 3 0 35

2. Tewksbury 2 0 33

3. Gloucester 2 1 22

4. Masconomet 1 1 16

5. Danvers 1 1 15

6. Wilmington 1 2 11

7. Beverly 1 2 10

8. Salem 0 2 3

9. Somerville 0 1 1

10. Revere 0 2 1

11. Dracut 0 2 0

Division 5 North

Team W L Pts.

1. Northeast 3 0 35

2. Austin Prep 2 0 26

2. Brighton 2 0 26

4. St. Mary’s 2 0 25

5. Whittier Tech 2 1 24

6. Bishop Fenwick 2 0 23

7. Manchester Essex 1 1 15

8. Lowell Catholic 1 1 11

8. East Boston 1 1 11

10. Greater Lawrence 1 2 10

11. Georgetown 0 2 2

12. Greater Lowell 0 2 2

13. Shawsheen 0 3 2

14. Madison Park 0 2 0

They Said It

“(Masconomet) ran harder than us, blocked harder than us, and came after us all game. Hopefully we will see them again down the line in the playoffs and have a better showing.”

-Gloucester head coach Tony Zerilli on Friday’s 27-0 loss at the hands of Masco.

“That was the best defense I’ve seen us play in the last two years. It was tackling, effort and heart, all 11 guys kept the intensity going for the entire game and we didn’t let them pick up any momentum.”

-Manchester Essex captain Chris Dumont on his team’s defensive performance in its 22-12 win over Greater Lawrence.

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