Click on a silhouette or audio slideshow for the sights and sounds of a hectic day of high school football (three Super Bowls, three champions) at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Quincy, including a time lapse video that replays the entire day in a minute. Below the graphic, we put Super Saturday in focus with recaps, stats, and photos from all seven Eastern Mass. championship games.
Ben Sherry rushed for 136 yards on 15 carries and completed 9 of 13 passes for 101 yards to lead Wayland to a 28-0 victory over Marshfield. The Super Bowl championship is the first in school history for Wayland. (Boston Globe)
Few expected Foxboro in the playoffs after two early-season losses. But the Warriors knew what they had to do -- keep winning and believing. And now they're Super Bowl champions. "They believed in each other," said the coach. (Boston Globe)
Coach Tony Fucillo won championships as an assistant coach and he won without his sons on the team. Perhaps that's the reason the Winthrop leader appreciates this Super Bowl victory more than others. (Boston Globe)
To say the Medfield football team plays under pressure is an understatement. The winning touchdown scored by Mike Lane late in the fourth quarter pushed the Warriors to a 28-22 win over Whittier in the Division 3 Super Bowl. (Boston Globe)
Ipswich forced Cape Cod Tech/Harwich into four turnovers (three interceptions, one fumble) and left James Hamilton with barely enough rushing yards to cross midfield in a 7-0 win in the Division 3A championship. (Boston Globe)
The score at halftime was 6-6, but over the final two quarters West Bridgewater's defense forced four turnovers, held Brighton to 75 yards of offense, and propelled the Wildcats to their first Super Bowl title since 1991. (Boston Globe)