16 games, 32 teams, all chasing Super Bowl berths. Here's a look across EMass.
Final: BC High 34, Chelmsford 13 - A 68-yard run by Deontae Ramey-Doe put the Eagles on top early in the first quarter but Chelmsford responded with a touchdown by Colby Emanouil to tie it up.
The Eagles have since added a 13-yard touchdown pass from Bartley Regan to Lincoln Collins and an interception returned for a touchdown by Yosa Nosamiefan.
Regan got the Eagles off to a fast start in the third, finding Gordon McLeod for a 12-yard touchdown strike with 8:05 remaining in the quarter.
The Lions aren't going easily, Eddie Sheridan's 4-yard rushing touchdown has brought Chelmsford within two scores with 5:22 remaining in the third.
James Moynahah just found the end zone again to all but put the game away for the Eagles. Moynahan scored on an 18-yard rush.
That's it, BC High will take on Needham in the D1 Super Bowl.
Final: Needham 42, New Bedford 14 - The only thing stopping the Rocket's offense right now is halftime.
The Rockets will now take on BC High in the D1 Super Bowl.
Final: Lincoln-Sudbury 14, Barnstable 13 - D.J. Crook's rushing touchdown put the Red Raiders up six at the half.
Crook went to the air for the Raider's second score, finding James Brook for a 30-yard touchdown in the third.
The Warriors came storming back in the fourth to score two unanswered touchdowns and take down Barnstable, 14-13. They'll take on Everett in the D1A Super Bowl.
Final: Everett 46, Lynn English 0 - Players who have scored for Everett so far: Kenny Calaj (rushing), Jaylen Felix (from Dibiaso), Vondell Langston x2 (rushing & rushing), Jakkarrie Washington (from Dibiaso), Mike White (rushing). At this pace it may get easier to list who hasn't scored by the end of this one...
Add Lukas Denis (rushing) to the list. The fourth quarter is just getting underway.
That's all she wrote, Everett to take on the Warriors in the D1A Super Bowl.
Final: Tewksbury 21, Reading 6 - The Rockets jumped out to a, 6-0, lead when Drew Belcher connected with Ryan Many for a 70-yard touchdown pass.
Tewksbury countered with an 11-yard pass from Kevin Saunders to Chris Bettano to send the game into halftime tied at six.
Bettano just found the end zone again for the Redmen, this time on a 9-yard rush. Tewksbury went up eight after three quarters of play.
The Redmen added a Daniel Altavesta 3-yard touchdown for insurance in the final frame and will take on Duxbury in the D2A Super Bowl.
Final: Duxbury 7, King Philip 0- Jon Hurvitz's 11-yard touchdown rush with 43 seconds remaining in the third was the difference for the Dragons in a defensive battle.
The Dragons will face Tewksbury in the D2 Super Bowl.
Final: Wakefield 7, Marblehead 6 - Will Quigley's touchdown put the Magicians up six in the first.
In the final frame Josh Puccio's 1-yard touchdown and Brian Auld's all important extra point were the difference for the Warriors, who will take on D-Y in the D2A Super Bowl.
Final: Dennis-Yarmouth 46, Walpole 20 - Matthew Montalto and Joe Furness each had two rushing touchdowns for the Dolphins, who advance to play Wakefield in the D2A Super Bowl.
Final: Concord-Carlisle 32, Holliston 27 - Holliston took an, 8-0, edge after the first when Dan Barone connected with Brody Ciarcello for a 38-yard touchdown.
Concord-Carlisle tied the game at eight after a 3-yd touchdown rush and 2-pt by George Craan.
After a Holliston fumble, Concord-Carlisle's George Craan broke loose for his second touchdown of the game to put the Patriots up eight.
Barone just connected with Ciarcello for the second time this game to cut the lead to two, 2-pt. conversion was no good.
Craan found the end zone again for the Patriots, who went up 10 early in the third quarter.
Dan Barone connected on a 23-yard touchdown pass to Max Athy. Concord-Carlisle 24, Holliston 21 at the end of three quarters of play.
Concord-Carlisle's George Craan with a 6-yard touchdown. 2-pt conversion by Tyquan Culbreath. C-C leads with 1:34 left.
Barone runs in a 4-yard score for Holliston, but the 2-pt conversion failed. Concord-Carlisle up five with 35-seconds left.
That's it, the Patriots win in a thriller and advance to take on the Tigers in the D3 Super Bowl. Concord-Carlisle's George Craan rushed 35 times for 215 yards and three touchdowns.
Final: Oliver Ames 20, Pembroke 12 - After falling behind, 12-6, the Tigers scored 14 unanswered points to advance to the D3 Super Bowl.
Brandon Gagliardi's 88-yard interception return for a touchdown in the fourth sealed the win for Oliver Ames, who's special teams play was the difference.
Carlton Williamson also had a 90-yard kickoff return for the Tigers.
Final: Hamilton-Wenham 6, Newburyport 0 - no score after three...this one might take awhile.
Tyler Lyon's 5-yard rush in the final frame sealed the deal for the Generals who will face Bourne in the D3A Super Bowl.
Final: Bourne 22, Bishop Feehan 14 - Both Joe Epps (Bourne) and James Corbesero (Feehan) had two touchdowns entering halftime.
Joe Epps capped an 80-yard fourth quarter drive with a 5-yard touchdown run to help the Canalmen punch their ticket to the Division 3A Super Bowl vs. Hamilton-Wenham.
Final: Cardinal Spellman 31, Shawsheen 7 - Pat Hinkley's two first half touchdowns put the Cardinals up for good.
The Cardinals will take on Mashpee in the D4 Super Bowl.
Final: Mashpee 30, Millis/Hopedale 12 - Jordan Keli'inui has 62 yards rushing and a touchdown for the Falcons at the half.
After three quarters Mashpee leads Millis/Hopedale by 24. Jordan Keli'inui one rushing score and one receiving, Jared Taylor also has two rushing touchdowns for the Falcons.
Millis/Hopedale added a score late in the fourth but fell to the Falcons, who will take on the Cardinals in the D4 Super Bowl.
Final: Cathedral 12, Chelsea 10 - Juan Martinez's 76-yard run put the Red Devils up at the half.
The Panthers returned a punt 70-yard as time expired to stun Chelsea and advance to the D4A Super Bowl against Blue Hills. Carlos "Shorty" Bermudez with the return.
Final: Blue Hills 25, East Boston 22 - A late field goal for the Warriors was the difference in this one.
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