Boston Latin goes distance in routing English
After a scoreless first quarter, Boston Latin erupted for five touchdowns of 40 yards or longer to run past Boston English, 50-0, yesterday at Harvard Stadium in the 125th edition of the oldest continuous high school football rivalry in the nation.
Jhalen Bien-Aime (63 and 70 yards), Tyler Hallinan (43), Mike Lenane (49), and Mike Surdek (41) all busted out for long TD runs for the Wolfpack (5-6), who won their 14th consecutive Thanksgiving Day game over the Blue and Blue (1-10).
“I wish I had another year,’’ said Hallinan, a senior captain. “I love these guys, they’re my family.’’
Bien-Aime scored a third touchdown after recovering a blocked punt by Khari Thompson in the third quarter and Hallinan punched in three 2-point conversions.
Dual County (Small)
Wayland 22, Weston 20 - Junior Will Gunshenan passed for 148 yards and a touchdown, and added a TD on the ground.
Stoughton 27, Canton 7 - Senior Aaron Mack ran for four touchdowns and the Black Knights rolled past the Bulldogs.
Case 22, Somerset Berkley 15 - Cardinals quarterback Taylor Furtado found receiver Kyle Matias on a 27-yard touchdown strike with 1:12 remaining as Case (4-6) ended a five-year losing streak in the series.
Hanover 14, Norwell 0 - Matt Lane rushed 15 times for 100 yards and scored a touchdown to spark the Indians (6-5).
Hopkinton 48, Ashland 20 - The Hillers’ Mike Decina was 20 of 27 for 267 yards and three touchdowns, and rushed for 135 yards and two scores on eight carries.
Dover-Sherborn 14, Medfield 8 - Roger Boylan scored both Raiders touchdowns, including a go-ahead 20-yard pass from Steven Alessandro in the third quarter.
Middleboro 35, Carver 0 - Andrew Card threw three touchdown passes, two to Lucas Poteau, as the Sachems (2-9) rolled.
Millis 20, Medway 14 - Jim Perkins rushed for 123 yards on 20 carries for the Mohawks (10-1) and contributed a 12-yard touchdown run in the first quarter.
Bishop Feehan 17, Randolph 0 - Matt Allen rushed for a touchdown and Cameron Frye gained 150 yards on eight carries to boost the Shamrocks (7-4).