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November 2, 2012

Football Friday

RUSHING

Player, School Att. Yds. TD

1. J. Thomas, St. John’s 120 1,089 8

2. R. Rushins, Fenwick 157 1,086 12

3. B. Flaherty, Beverly 84 790 9

4. A. Moore, St. John’s 66 679 10

5. T. Lyons, Ham-Wen 111 588 9

6. R. Murphy, NS Tech 99 578 8

7. J. Cappadona, Pingree 84 549 9

8. Alex Valles, Danvers 75 535 6

9. N. Antenucci, Pingree 60 532 6

10. C. Sudak, NS Tech 71 525 7

PASSING

Player, School PC PA Yds TD

1. J. Cappadona, Pingree 84 154 1,486 10

2. B. Santry, Swamp 109 180 1,428 9

3. I. Maag, Marb 81 125 1,128 12

4. T. Lyons, Ham-Wen. 55 110 877 9

5. C. Burnham, ME 57 143 796 8

RECEIVING

Player, School Rec Yds. TD

1. J. Spears, Pingree 17 487 5

2. A. Cronin, Swamp. 30 410 4

3. J. Rothwell, Swamp. 30 401 4

4. J. Beardsley, ME 20 314 3

5. J. Gillis, Marb 24 297 3

6. B. Daly, Marb. 18 293 3

7. M. Raymond, Peabody 14 282 4

8. Eric Razney, Fenwick 20 260 1

9. C. Ecker, Ham-Wenham 14 259 5

10. J. Campbell, Ham-Wen. 15 246 3

BY THE NUMBERS

7: The amount of teams in The Salem News and Gloucester Times coverage area that control their own playoff destiny. For example, Masconomet can clinch the Northeastern Conference/Cape Ann League Tier 1 title by winning its final two games against Lynn English (tonight) and Revere (next Friday). Similarly, unbeaten Beverly can do the same in the NEC/CAL Tier 2 by winning out. But three other Tier 2 clubs (Salem, Marblehead and Swampscott) could also win the league title by winning their final three games, all of which would necessitate victories over Beverly. St. John’s Prep (Catholic Conference) and North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie (Commonwealth Athletic Conference Small) can also determine their own postseason fates.

GAMES TO WATCH

Gloucester (1-7) at Salem (4-4) tonight at Bertram Field, 7 p.m.: Looking solely at the records, one might assume this should be an easy win for the Witches. But Gloucester has been the biggest thorn in Salem’s side over the last two decades and would love nothing more than to score an upset win on the road tonight. Salem needs to build off of the surge of momentum they gained in last week’s win over previously unbeaten Marblehead and keep it going for four quarters tonight to get over the .500 mark.

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