GloucesterTimes.com, Gloucester, MA

November 21, 2012

Thanksgiving Football Blitz


Gloucester Daily Times

---- — THANKSGIVING results

Beverly 28, Salem 14

Gloucester 28, Danvers 19

Swampscott 25, Marblehead 16

Saugus 43, Peabody 0

St. John’s Prep 9, Xaverian 0

Hamilton-Wenham 26, Ipswich 21

Masconomet 35, No. Andover 14

Bp. Fenwick 23, Austin Prep 22

Lynn English 28, Lynn Classical 10

Winthrop 23, Revere 6

Amesbury 13, Newburyport 10

Pentucket 41, Triton 12

Lynnfield 14, North Reading 7

Manch-Essex 27, Georgetown 12

MIAA PLAYOFF SEMIFINALS

Tuesday, nov. 27

Div. 1: St. John’s Prep vs. Andover

Div. 1A: Masconomet vs. Everett

Div. 2A: Beverly at Burlington

Div. 4A: No. Shore Tech vs. Cathedral

THE CENTURY CLUB

Rushing

Player, School Att. Yards TD

John Curcuru, Gloucester 18 165 2

Kenny Pierce, Beverly 5 120 2

Cory Burnham, ME 18 114 2

Passing

Player, School PC PA Yards TD

Nick Andreas, Danvers 9 21 180 2

Christian Dunston, Salem 9 22 156 2

STANDINGS

Northeastern Conference/Cape Ann League

TIER 1

Conf. Overall

School W-L W-L PF PA

*Masconomet 4-0 9-2 290 155

Classical 2-2 7-3 238 203

English 2-2 6-5 247 200

Revere 2-2 5-6 188 220

Peabody 0-4 0-10 PF PA

*Beverly 5-0 11-0 40 95

Gloucester 3-2 4-7 219 294

Marblehead 2-3 8-3 297 194

Danvers 2-3 5-6 282 264

Swampscaott 2-3 5-6 196 298

Salem 1-4 4-7 253 248

TIER 3

Conf. Overall

School W-L W-L PF PA

*Amesbury 5-0 9-2 317 178

Winthrop 3-2 6-5 193 207

Newburyport 3-2 6-5 202 165

Pentucket 3-2 6-5 185 149

Saugus 1-4 6-5 282 200

Triton 0-5 1-10 181 325

TIER 4

Conf. Overall

School W-L W-L PF PA

*Lynnfield 5-0 8-2 234 94

No.Reading 4-1 8-2 234 112

Ham-Wenham 3-2 6-4 240 221

Manch-Essex 2-3 3-8 163 365

Ipswich 1-4 2-9 149 221

Georgetown 0-5 2-9 183 360

*Clinched league title & playoff berth

THEY SAID IT

“When you give a rival momentum and confidence and make them feel like everything they’re doing is successful, it just makes their job that much easier.”

— Danvers head coach Sean Rogers after his team lost at home to Glouceter, 28-19.

“I had only 24 minutes left of my high school career, once the adrenalin kicked in I felt alright. It was a tough and physical game but we are the Fighting Fishermen and we showed a lot of pride.”

-Gloucester’s Santo Parisi on playing through an ankle injury during Gloucester’s 28-19 win over Danvers.