St. Johns Prep 36, Brockton 22 The No. 6 Eagles came back from a 16-14 deficit in the fourth quarter thanks to three Brockton fumbles that led to 22 points.
Bridgewater-Raynham 13, Duxbury 10 Junior Brandon Gallagher's fourth-quarter touchdown was the difference.
King Philip 7, Westwood 0 Senior running back Joey Johnston broke through for the game's lone score with a 6-yard scamper with under six minutes remaining.
Foxborough 21, Whitman-Hanson 6 Keeyon Neal and Luc Valenza combined for 190 yards on the ground and Austin Gutierrez had two interceptions for the Warriors.
Bishop Fenwick 54, Hamilton-Wenham 27 Rufus Rushins racked up 176 rushing yards and four touchdown and the Crusaders had 401 rushing yards.
Lynnfield 21, Newburyport 13 Junior quarterback Dan Sullivan ran for a touchdown and threw a conversion to lead the Pioneers.
Holliston 48, Norwood 6 Matt Jeye threw three touchdown passes and ran for another.
Brighton 60, Martha's Vineyard 41 Bengals Michael Dereus and Jalen Apperwhite each accounted for three touchdowns.
Apponequet 29, Dighton-Rehoboth 0 Matt Michael led the Lakers with a pair of touchdowns, while Troy Nanfelt added a touchdown and a field goal.
Central Catholic 40, Haverhill 0 Quarterback Mike Milano led the No. 10 Raiders' (2-0) offensive attack, throwing for two touchdowns and running for another in a blowout.
Austin Prep 38, Shawsheen 0 The Cougars (2-0) had outgained Shawsheen (0-2) 319 to 45 yards by halftime and held the Rams to just two first downs. Johnathan Saurman rushed for 147 yards on seven carries and Nicholas Mulcahy had 58 yards on 14 carries. Damian Dell'Anno caused four fumbles, recovering one, made four tackles in the backfield and had one sack.
Northeast 44, Lynn Tech 15 For the second straight week senior Christian Perez ran for more than 200 yards, finishing with 213 on 16 carries with two scores. Junior Kevin Rosada scored twice and ran for more than 100 yards.
East Bridgewater 28, Millis 21 Owen Harrington scored a pair of touchdowns in the third quarter in his three-touchdown day for the Vikings.
Hull 38, South Shore Voc-Tech 22 Quarterback Joe Dubovy connected with Alex Murphey for 233 yards and four touchdowns as the visiting Pirates scored 30 first-half points.
Blue Hills 16, North Shore 7 Brandon Gordon and Dimitri Revolus scored for the winners.
Lowell Catholic 39, Greater Lowell 12 Chris Tamukedde had four touchdowns and a forced fumble for the Fighting Crusaders.
Monomoy 8, Nantucket 7 Trailing, 7-0 heading into the fourth, Matt Cook hit Jonathan Biggs for a 13-yard touchdown, and the two connected again on the 2-point conversion.
West Bridgewater 22, Southeastern 6 Quarterback Jonathan Gentile threw two 25-yard touchdown passes to lead the Wildcats.
Cathedral 38, Marian 8 The Panthers' offense had 599 total yards in the victory. Junior quarterback Jermal Brevard-Jackson had 17 carries for 152 yards. Brevard-Jackson rushed 19 yards for a touchdown and threw for two. Justice Turner received a 43-yard pass in the first quarter for a score and Bryan Cedeno caught a 46-yard in the second quarter.
Middleborough 42, Coyle & Cassidy 7 Eddy Hart scored three touchdowns for the winners.
Easthampton 53, St. Joseph Central 6
Hebron (Maine) 24, Tilton 18 Despite the loss, Nick Derocher played well for the Rams, rushing for 92 yards and scoring on a 2 yard run. Rian White scored on a 15-yard run and also threw a 33-yard touchdown pass to Brendan Lovely, who had four receptions.
St. Clement 53, Mystic Valley 16 Michael Sullivan passed for 5 touchdowns in the victory.
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