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December 7, 2008
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498
Entering today's Division 1 WMass/CMass Super Bowl against Fitchburg, Longmeadow has scored a state-best 498 points, sixth place all time in the state.

486
Points for the season high-scoring Manchester Essex put on the board after beating Tri-County, 36-6, in the Division 4 Super Bowl. The total is eighth in state history.

334
Career-high passing yards for Duxbury's Sean Cross in a 46-26 victory over Gloucester.

278
Points scored by Walpole's Ryan Izzo this season, the second-highest mark in Massachusetts high school history.

177
Points Izzo needs in his senior season to pass Nathan Sherr for the most in Massachusetts history.

63
Mansfield allowed more yards on Sonny Mastromatteo's 63-yard pass to Chris Cameron than it allowed total against Bishop Feehan.

39
Average points for Walpole, Duxbury, Arlington Catholic, Amesbury, and Manchester Essex - all Super Bowl winners.

11.54
Time of multitalented Amesbury running back Kevin Johnston in the 100-meter dash at last year's Division 3 EMass final, good for sixth in the state. Johnston was also the 100-meter Cape Ann League champion.

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Izzo is one of seven players to score six career touchdowns in the Super Bowl. The record is nine, held by Leominster's Scott Chester (1981-82).

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Drives for the Amesbury offense in the first half.

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Touchdowns for the Amesbury offense in the first half.

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Touchdown passes by Duxbury quarterback Sean Cross in the Green Dragons' 46-26 win. Only Swampscott's Kyle Beatrice had a better Super Bowl game, throwing five touchdown passes against North Attleboro in 2002. Cross joins Nantucket's David Secia (1996), Dighton-Rehoboth's Erik Malaguti (1998), and Northbridge's Danny Brown (2002) as the only players to throw four touchdown passes in a Super Bowl.

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Touchdowns for Johnston in yesterday's Super Bowl victory

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