Senior Chuck Keenan scored all four touchdowns for the undefeated Tigers (8-0, 4-0 Mid-Wach C), carrying 22 times for 127 yards as they held off the Gaels (2-6, 2-5). Keenan threw a 31-yard completion to his brother, freshman Jake Keenan, on a sweep play to set up his first score, which sent Tyngsboro ahead for good. Keenan also caught a 30-yard TD delivered from quarterback Jack Trottier (6 for 7, 105 yards). Tom Lafferty reeled in the other five completions for a total of 75 receiving yards. Keenan, Lafferty and Dave Bangura all stood out on defense as well. Clinton's senior quarterback Kyle Cutler ran in the opening score to send the Gaels ahead in the first quarter and also threw touchdown passes to Matt Notaro and Andrew Grady.
Tyngsborough 28, Clinton 18
Friday, Oct. 26, 2012, at Tyngsborough
|Clinton||TD||Kyle Cutler 1-yard run (rush failed)|
|Tyngsborough||TD||Chuck Keenan 2-yard run (Austin Coene kick)|
|Tyngsborough||TD||Chuck Keenan 30-yard pass from Jack Trottier (Austin Coene kick)|
|Clinton||TD||Matt Notaro 9-yard pass from Kyle Cutler (rush failed)|
|Tyngsborough||TD||Chuck Keenan 47-yard run (Austin Coene kick)|
|Clinton||TD||Andrew Grady 24-yard pass from Kyle Cutler (pass failed)|
|Tyngsborough||TD||Chuck Keenan 14-yard run (Austin Coene kick)|
Updated: Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2013, 6:23 p.m.