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Super Bowl updates: Duxbury claims D2 title; Dennis-Yarmouth rolls in D2A

Posted by Metro Desk  December 3, 2011 06:43 PM

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FOXBOROUGH -- Duxbury and Dennis-Yarmouth coasted to big wins in the Division 2 and 2A Super Bowls today, and champions have also been crowned in several other divisions, including Concord-Carlisle, Blue Hills, Bourne and Nantucket. Details are below, and we'll continues to provide updates on the games in progress. Head to our Twitter page for live updates and use the hashtag #massfootball to join the conversation.

In progress:

Halftime: BC High 14, Needham 7 -- Deontae Ramey-Doe gave BC High the lead with a 91-yard touchdown run. Ramey-Doe had tied it for BC High with a 5-yard TD run in the first. A 5-yard TD pass to Mike Vespa put Needham on the board first.

Photos: Eastern Mass. Super Bowl scenes



Division 2
Duxbury 35, Tewksbury 0
Matt O'Keefe threw three touchdown passes and Jon Hurvitz ran for two scores as Duxbury won its second straight Super Bowl. James Burke (27 yards), Don Webber (8) Reilly Naton (36) caught touchdown passes. Duxbury ended its season 13-0.

Division 2A
Dennis-Yarmouth 35, Wakefield 0
Matt Montalto scored on a 3-yard run and a 1-yard run and threw touchdown passes to Damion Johnson (19 yards) and Dylan Hodsdon (8 and 20 yards) to win the Division 2A Super Bowl at Manning Field in Lynn.

cc_gatorade.jpgDivision 3
Concord-Carlisle 42, Oliver Ames 9
George Craan had 18 carries for 122 yards and three touchdowns, and Henry Bumpus caught a pair of touchdown passes to lift Concord-Carlise to the Division 3 title at Gillette Stadium. Tyquan Culbreath added a 35-yard touchdown run for C-C. Sam Langston scored on a 3-yard TD run for Oliver Ames, and Ryan McGrath kicked a 26-yard field. Full game story

wiggs_hamiltonvsBourne8_spt.jpgDivision 3A
Bourne 16, Hamilton-Wenham 14:
Jason Moriarty's 10-yard touchdown pass to Nick Pereira in the third quarter gave Bourne a victory in the Division 3A Super Bowl at Manning Field in Lynn. Joe Epps scored on a sweep right to put Bourne on the board in the first quarter. Elliott Burr scored for H-W on a 1-yard run in the second quarter, and then, after H-W recovered a fumble, Trevor Lyons threw a 44-yard touchdown pass to Matt Putur to put H-W on top at the time.

Cathedral-Blue-Hills.jpgDivision 4A
Blue Hills 16, Cathedral 14
John Curran threw a 45-yard TD pass to Isaiah Teixera and Vincent Burton ran for a 1-yard TD to lead Blue Hills at Bentley University. Matt Owens threw a 44-yard TD pass to Carlos Bermudez, and Owens added a 4-yard TD rush with 22 seconds left before halftime for Cathedral. Full game story

nant.jpgDivision 5
Nantucket 35, Latin Academy 7
Taylor Hughes rushed for two touchdowns, and Codie Perry, Zachary Moran and Andrew Benson added touchdowns as Nantucket won the Division 5 Super Bowl at Taunton High. Ernest Kellough provided Latin Academy's only points on a two-yard run. It was Nantucket's first Super Bowl title since 1998.

Division 1
BC High vs. Needham, 6 p.m. at Gillette Stadium

Division 1A
Everett vs. Lincoln-Sudbury, 7 p.m. at Bentley University

Division 4
Cardinal Spellman vs. Mashpee, 8 p.m. at Gillette Stadium

Central Mass. Division 1
Leominster 21, St. John's 6:
Garrett DelleChiaie hit 11 of 16 pass attempts for 156 yards and a touchdown as Leominster won the Central Mass. D1 title at Gillette Stadium. Geraldo Rivera ran 14 yards for a touchdown, Daniel Curley caught a 4-yard TD pass from DelleChiaie on 4th-and-goal with 6 seconds before halftime, and Neil O'Connor caught a 44-yard touchdown pass from his brother, Kevin for Leominster. Efrain Montalvo caught a 17-yard TD pass to put St. John's on the board.

Western Mass. Division 1
Longmeadow 35, Springfield Central 7
Frankie Elder and Terry Norris scored two touchdowns each to give Longmeadow the Western Mass. Division 1 title at Gillette Stadium. Dylan Kelleher scored on a 40-yard pass play early in the second half for Longmeadow. Sacoy Malone's 24-yard TD reception put SC on the board just before halftime.

Originally published on the blog The High School Sports Blog.

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