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September 6, 2013

Football Friday

Football Friday head:TOP RETURNING RUSHERS

Football Friday key 4:

Player, School Att. Yds. TD

Football Friday 4:1. Jon Thomas, St. John’s 220 1,812 16

2. Rufus Rushins, Bp. Fenwick 198 1,302 17

3. Ross Murphy, NS Tech/EA 167 995 19

4. Isaiah White, Beverly 94 862 6

5. Alex Valles, Danvers 116 849 14

6. Derek Chamberlain, Ipswich 114 788 8

7. Brooks Tyrrell, Marblehead 110 612 8

8. Johnnie Spears, Pingree 48 595 10

9. Jordan Pallazola, Gloucester 91 467 6

9. John Thomas, Danvers 56 466 1

10. Mackenzie Cashin, Masco 68 457 6

Football Friday head:TOP RETURNING PASSERS

Football Friday key 5:

Player, School PC PA Yds. TD

Football Friday 5:1. Nick Andreas, Danvers 55 101 670 5

2. Cody Wlasuk, Peabody 30 63 485 5

3. Kyle Blomster, Ipswich 43 120 484 4

4. Mike Raymond, Peabody 28 52 277 2

5. Ryan Chasse, Danvers 14 0 228 4

Football Friday head:TOP RETURNING RECEIVER

Football Friday key 4:

Player, School Rec. Yds. TD

Football Friday 4:1. Johnnie Spears, Pingree 24 607 7

2. Brian Daly, Marblehead 27 417 4

3. Jeremy Gillis, Marblehead 36 411 3

4. Eric Razney, Bp. Fenwick 30 405 4

5. Christian Ecker, Ham-Wenham 22 404 9

5. Charlie Maistrellis, Bp. Fenwick 22 404 2

7. Nick Bona, Bp. Fenwick 25 350 6

8. Dylan Cressy, Marblehead 21 316 3

9. Jordanny Sanchez, NS Tech/EA 9 302 2

10. Mike Raymond, Peabody 14 282 4

Note: Statistics are based on players from the Gloucester Times and Salem News coverage area only. This week’s leaders contain 2012 statistics of returning players.

Football Friday head:GAMES TO WATCH

Triton (0-0) at Swampscott (0-0), tomorrow, 12 p.m.: Swampscott head coach Steve Dembowski said this preseason that one of his team’s biggest strengths is depth. That’s something that could serve the Big Blue well this year in a crowded Division 4 North field. Triton was only 1-10 last year, but the Vikings (also a Div. 4 North team) are expected to be much improved. It’s important to start fast with the new playoff format, and that’s exactly what the Big Blue will be trying to do tomorrow.

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Haverhill (0-0) at Beverly (0-0), tomorrow, 1 p.m.: Many players — Brendan Flaherty, Kenny Pierce, Dom Abate, et al. — are gone from last year’s Division 2A Super Bowl team, but the Panthers are still expected to be a player in Division 3 Northeast. Beverly takes a step up in competition, battling a Haverhill team coming off an 8-3 campaign a year ago.

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