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Final: St. John's Prep 21, Xaverian 12 -- Tyler Coppola ran for two touchdowns as the Eagles beat the Hawks for a Division 1 playoff berth and the Catholic Conference title.
Coppola scored on a 29-yard TD run for the Eagles in the first quarter and then again on a 23-yard in the third. Jules Murphy kicked a 39-yard field goal for Xaverian and the Hawks got a safety. Xaverian's Chris Calvanese threw a 9-yard TD pass to Joe Colton to bring the Hawks within 2.
Final: Lexington 14, Burlington 0 -- Connor Murray rushed for two touchdowns for Lexington and coach Bill Tighe, who is retiring after 60 years as a football coach in Massachusetts, goes out with a win.
Final: Weymouth 21, Walpole 6 -- Mitch Temple threw a 28-yard touchdown pass to Khary Bailey-Smith in the first quarter and then Dylan Colarusso scored on a 4-yard TD run in the second for Weymouth. Dylan Colarusso anchored an 82-yard drive, rushing the ball 18 times, including a 1-yard TD run in the third quarter.
Final: Medway 49, Millis/Hopedale 14 -- Medway is officially eliminated from the playoff hunt as Holliston keeps its first half point total lead in the Tri-Valley League.
Final: Andover 19, Central Catholic 7 -- Andover wins a Division 1 playoff berth, the Merrimack Valley (Large) and will play Everett in the playoffs Nov. 30.
Final: New Bedford 21, Durfee 7 -- New Bedford claims the Big Three title with the win over Durfee and a Division 1 playoff berth.
Final: Bridgewater-Raynham 23, Brockton 21 -- Brockton is eliminated from the playoffs after New Bedford beat Durfee.
Final: Holliston 34, Westwood 13 -- Holliston has clinched its spot in the Division 3A playoffs already.
Final: Blue Hills 36, Bristol-Plymouth 20 -- Blue Hills gets a bye to the Division 4 Super Bowl and will face the winner of Madison Park/Shawsheen.
Final: Pope John 20, Lowell Catholic 0 -- Pope John put up 14 points in the fourth quarter as Pope John wins the Central Catholic Small conference title and a Division 4A playoff berth.
Final: Everett 43, Cambridge 0 -- Matt Costello caught three touchdown passes for the Crimson Tide.
Final: Reading 28, Stoneham 0 -- For the fourth straight year, Reading beat Stoneham 28-0.
Final: Boston Latin 54, Boston English 12 -- English returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown.
Final (OT): Revere 28, Winthrop 22
Final (OT): Needham 20, Wellesley 17
Final: BC High 29, Catholic Memorial 27
Final: East Bridgewater 20, Rockland 16
Final: Lincoln-Sudbury 21, Newton South 7
Final: East Boston 28, South Boston 6
Final: Newton North 41, Brookline 12
Final: Dracut 19, Methuen 12
Final: Seekonk 12, Dighton-Rehoboth 7
Final: Abington 33, Whitman-Hanson 12
Final: Peabody 34, Saugus 13
Final: Lynnfield 21, North Reading 6
Final: Shawsheen 35, Greater Lowell 0
Final: Wakefield 15, Melrose 7
Final: Belmont 28, Watertown 13
Final: Winchester 19, Woburn 14
Final: Hanover 16, Norwell 0
Final: Arlington 42, Arlington Catholic 14
Final: Weston 28, Wayland 21
Final: Concord-Carlisle 27, Bedford 13
Final: Pentucket 41, Triton 20
Final: Scituate 26, Hingham 20
Final: Middleborough 36, Carver 0
Final: North Andover 20, Masconomet 7
Final: Latin Academy 6, Charlestown 0
Final: Hyde Park 14, Burke 8
Final: Dennis-Yarmouth 34, Nauset 21
Final: King Philip 35, Franklin 18
Final: Mansfield 32, Foxborough 12
Final: Salem (N.H.) 44, Lawrence 38
Final: Norton 35, Bellingham 14
Final: Braintree 20, Milton 19
Final: Norwood 34, Dedham 19
Final: Hamilton-Wenham 20, Ipswich 8
Final: Newburyport 26, Amesbury 0
Final: Austin Prep 38, Bishop Fenwick 8
Final: St. Clement 31, Trinity Catholic 14
Final: Mystic Valley 32, Minuteman 16
Final: Leominster 24, Fitchburg 18
Final: Chelmsford 21, Billerica 14
Final: Swampscott 21, Marblehead 20
Final: Bourne 42, Wareham 6
Final: Cohasset 36, Hull 12
Final: Barnstable 46, Falmouth 14
Final: Dartmouth 35, Fairhaven 12
Final: Georgetown 10, Manchester-Essex 0
Final: North Quincy 13, Quincy 7
Final: Somerset 35, Case 0
Final: Taunton 35, Coyle & Cassidy 7
Final: Tewksbury 26, Wilmington 21
Final: Westborough 14, Algonquin 0
Final: Southeastern 28, South Shore Voc Tech 16
Final: Greater Lawrence 22, Whittier 8
Final: Dover-Sherborn 15, Medfield 9
Final: Hopkinton 41, Ashland 14
Final: Bishop Feehan 34, Randolph 7
Final: Gloucester 43, Danvers 0
Final: Greater New Bedford 33, Diman 19
Final: Groton-Dunstable 42, Tyngsborough 28
Final: Lowell 38, Haverhill 21
Final: Malden Catholic 12, Waltham 7
Final: Mashpee 37, Sandwich 7
Final: Plymouth North 42, Plymouth 0
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But first, here's the scores from Wednesday's games. (And here's Wednesday's roundup.)
Final: Cardinal Spellman 42, Archbishop Williams 0
Final: St. Mary's 40, Lynn Tech 6
Final: Lunenberg 41, St. Bernard's 22
Final: Worcester South 22, Worcester North 6
Final: Nashoba Tech 20, Monty Tech 7
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