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Division 1A roundup

Nothing fishy in rout

By Emily Wright
Globe Correspondent / November 26, 2010

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Gloucester came out of yesterday’s game against Danvers healthy, and that’s what mattered most to coach Paul Ingram. The Fishermen, who shut out Danvers, 43-0, are slated to play Dual County Large champion Lincoln-Sudbury in the Division 1A semifinals Tuesday.

Jordan Shairs and Gilbert Brown each scored twice in the first half from short distances as the Fishermen built a 29-0 lead.

Shairs struck first with a 1-yard score, and Gloucester tacked on a safety in the first quarter. Shairs scored again in the second quarter from the 5, sandwiched by two 10-yard TD rushes by Gilbert.

Joe Harmon and Alex Silveira ran for third-quarter scores for Gloucester.

“It felt good that defense and offense played well,’’ Ingram said.

Ingram plans to keep the game plan the same for the playoffs.

“We’re not going to change much,’’ Ingram said. “This has worked for us so far. It’d be silly to change anything at this point.’’

Bay State

Braintree 20, Milton 19 — Steven Lee kicked a 21-yard field goal with no time left to win the game.

Framingham 28, Natick 14 — Greg Finley rushed for two scores and passed for another in the Flyers’ win.

Newton North 41, Brookline 12 — The Tigers won the first Thanksgiving game on their new field, thanks to four straight touchdowns, three by Ben Clark.

Dual County Large

Westford 21, Acton-Boxborough 18 — Patrick Dugan finished 9 of 14 for 148 yards in the air and added 52 yards rushing for the Grey Ghosts.

Northeastern Large

Lynn English 22, Lynn Classical 12 — Tyllor McDonald picked up 265 of the Bulldogs’ 293 yards and passed for two touchdowns. Eric Sisson ran for 108 yards and a touchdown for Lynn Classical.

Nonleague

Barnstable 46, Falmouth 14 — Doug Crook had two passing TDs and a rushing TD for the Red Raiders.

Dartmouth 35, Fairhaven 12 — Linebacker Andrew Kestenbaum led the Indians’ defense with 15 tackles (four for losses), two forced fumbles, and a sack. Trevor Leandro passed for two TDs and ran for one.

Peabody 34, Saugus 13 — Junior Nat Gaye had 17 carries for 151 yards and two touchdowns, and junior Brady Doyle had 143 yards on five carries and a TD.

Revere 28, Winthrop 22 — Senior Trae Weathers’s four touchdowns, including the winner in overtime, gave him 30 scores for the season.

Taunton 35, Coyle & Cassidy 7 — Cabrinni Goncalves rushed for four TDs for Taunton, three in the first quarter. His scores covered 85, 18, 90, and 17 yards.

Globe correspondent Anthony Gulizia contributed to this report.