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September 9, 2013

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Weekend Results

Gloucester 15 Lynn Classical 14

Northeast 42 Manchester Essex 28

Marblehead 44 Danvers 0

Haverhill 21 Beverly 19

Bridgewater-Raynham 20 St. John’s Prep 14

Triton 33 Swampscott 7

North Shore Tech 33 Tri County 8

Coming This Week

Thursday

Peabody at Lynn English (5:00 p.m.)

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

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

Swampscott at St. Mary’s (7:30 p.m.)

Friday

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

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

North Reading at Ipswich (7:00 p.m.)

Saturday

North Shore Tech at Blue Hills (11:00 a.m.)

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

Brockton at St. Joh’s Prep (1:30 p.m.)

Century Club

Rushing

Player, School Att. Yards TD

Jonathan Thomas, SJP 23 161 2

Brooks Tyrell, Marb. 23 147 2

John Curcuru, Glo. 18 106 1

Passing

Player, School Att. Comp. Yards TD

Matt Millett, Marb. 8 10 144 2

Brendan McDonald, Swp. 9 27 100 1

Receiving

Player, School Rec. Yards TD

Jeremy Gillis, Marb. 4 112 1

Standings

Division 3 Northeast

Team Wins Losses Points

Gloucester 1 0 12

Tewksbury 1 0 12

Marblehead 1 0 10

Dracut 0 0 0

Masconomet 0 0 0

Revere 0 0 0

Salem 0 0 0

Somerville 0 0 0

Wilmington 0 0 0

Beverly 0 1 0

Danvers 0 1 0

Division 5 North

Team Wins Losses Points

Austin Prep 1 0 10

Northeast 1 0 10

Bishop Fenwick 0 0 0

Brighton 0 0 0

East Boston 0 0 0

Greater Lawrence 0 0 0

Lowell Catholic 0 0 0

St. Mary’s 0 0 0

Georgetown 0 1 0

Lowell Catholic 0 1 0

Manchester Essex 0 1 0

Shawsheen 0 1 0

Whittier Tech 0 1 0

They Said It

“The team came through when we needed them to in the most important points in the game. What a way to break in the new stadium.”

-Gloucester head coach Tony Zerilli following his team’s 15-14 win over Lynn Classical. The win was Gloucester’s first game at the newly refurbished and newly named New Balance Track and Field at Newell Stadium.

“We did some good things and I was pretty happy with the way we played, I thought we executed well on offense and played really well on defense in the first half. But they took advantage of some of our mistakes in the second half.”

-Manchester Essex head coach Mike Athanas on his team’s 42-28 loss at Northeast Friday.

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