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October 25, 2013

Football Friday

Weekend Games

Friday

Amesbury at Manchester Essex, 7

Salem at Peabody, 7

Lynn English at Marblehead, 7

Danvers at Winthrop, 7

Archbishop Williams at Bishop Fenwick, 7

Triton at Masconomet, 7

Lynnfield at Ipswich, 7

Saturday

North Shore Tech/Essex Aggie at Mystic Valley, 10 a.m.

Swampscott at Beverly, 1

Georgetown at Hamilton-Wenham, 1

AREA RUSHING LEADERS

Player, School Att. Yds. TD

1. J. Pallazola, Glo. 131 990 15

2. R. Rushins, Bp. Fenwick 116 956 15

3. B. Tyrell, Marblehead 140 938 10

4. I. White, Beverly 115 935 9

5. A. Valles, Danvers 83 814 10

6. J. Thomas, St. John’s 102 762 7

7. R. Murphy, NS Tech 104 720 9

8. A. Palmer, Salem 85 589 5

9. I. Dickey, Ham-Wen 124 563 6

10. C. Dumont, ME 77 528 5

AREA PASSING LEADERS

Player, School PC PA Yds. TD

1. G. Beal, Pingree 47 81 1100 11

2. B. McDonald, Swampscott 85 158 1,041 9

3. M. Millett, Marblehead 76 116 1,014 13

4. J. Clay, Ham-Wenham 58 119 792 5

5. K. Blomster, Ipswich 51 97 765 6

RECEIVING

Player, School Rec. Yds. TD

1. B. Daly, Marblehead 23 488 10

2. J. Spears, Pingree 17 421 6

3. B. Faulkner, Swamp. 26 406 2

4. N. Glaster, Ips. 19 340 4

5. C. Tines, Masco. 11 325 5

6. J. Gillis, Marblehead 23 289 2

7. C. Ecker, Ham-Wen 24 289 1

8. E. Razney, Bp. Fenwick 15 283 4

9. A. Salalayko, Pingree 9 283 2

10. J. Burt, St. John’s 18 249 1

Note: Statistics are based on players from the Gloucester Times and Salem News coverage areas only.

BY THE NUMBERS

The Boston Red Sox are once again in the World Series, taking on the St. Lous Cardinals for Major League Baseball’s biggest prize. So what were the best high school football games played while the Sox were chasing hardball immortality the last five times they played in the Fall Classic?

2007: The Sox swept the Rockies in four games, so there was only one weekend of high school football. Salem edged Peabody, 20-14, in overtime in the weekend’s closest game, while Bishop Fenwick and St. John’s Prep scored wins over league foes St. Mary’s and Catholic Memorial, respectively.

2004: Peabody scored an exciting 46-44 win over Cambridge in a game that featured eight lead changes and was won on a John Studley rushing TD in the final minute on the eve of Game 1 against the Cardinals. Other memorable scores include Swamspcott 27-13 win over Salem and Hamilton-Wenham’s 20-15 triumph over North Reading.

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