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Shawsheen, Ayer Shirley, Westford, Tyngsboro all win

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Shawsheen Tech’s soccer group improved to an ideal 3-0 in Thanksgiving Day video games towards Arlington Catholic and moved its total document to 12-0 with a 42-19 win towards AC on Thursday in Billerica.

Shawsheen’s subsequent and remaining cease is subsequent Friday’s Div. 5 state championship Tremendous Bowl towards North Studying at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro.

Up 14-13 midway by means of the second quarter, Shawsheen would rating 28 unanswered factors to drag away from the Cougars, who completed the season at 3-8 total.

After AC reduce the result in one, Shawsheen made it 21-13 when sophomore quarterback Sid Tildsley of Billerica linked with junior Ryan Copson of Wilmington for a 10-yard landing go with 4:23 left within the half. The additional level was added by sophomore Jack Finn of Billerica.

Simply 1:12 earlier than intermission, the Rams scored once more when Tildsley discovered senior Mavrick Bourdeau of Billerica for a 19-yard scoring strike to push the result in 28-13.

A 6-yard run by Tildsley was the one scoring of the third quarter and the Rams added extra factors within the fourth when sophomore Zach Timmons of Wilmington scored on a 7-yard run with 8:33 left. Finn booted his seventh further level of the sport.

The Cougars scored their second landing within the remaining minute of the sport when senior Thomas Driscoll scored on a 12-yard run.

Shawsheen took a 14-0 lead on two first-quarter landing runs by junior Caleb Caceres of Billerica, who had scores from 17 and three yards out.

On the primary play of the second quarter, Driscoll hit senior Malikai McClure with a 23-yard landing go and Driscoll added the additional level to chop the lead within the half.

AC almost tied it later within the quarter as Driscoll scored on a 26-yard run. The additional level was blocked, holding Shawsheen forward with 7:23 to go within the half.

The Rams adopted with two essential scores earlier than halftime.

Ayer Shirley 20, Littleton 14: Cam Marshall carried 12 instances for 105 yards and a landing to gasoline the Panthers previous a decided Littleton squad in Ayer.

James Gauntlett added a dashing TD as a part of a 12-carry, 78-yard morning for Ayer Shirley (7-3).

For Littleton (3-8), Greg DeChane tossed a 37-yard TD to Justin Mano. Tyler Branco added the kick. Littleton’s different landing got here on a 71-yard go from DeChane to John Woodward. Branco once more booted the additional level.

Defensively, Andre Milner made an interception for the Tigers, whereas Mark Frisoli pressured two fumbles. Fumble recoveries have been made by Branco, Justin Manno and Thomas Kazanjian.

“I am proud our effort and the way we fought by means of adversity as a group. However in totality we simply made too many errors to finish the comeback. Hats off to a very good Ayer Shirley group. Thanks to our seniors for a memorable season. Their onerous work and dedication to this program hasn’t gone unnoticed and won’t be forgotten,” Littleton head coach Asante Easter mentioned.

Westford 43, Acton-Boxboro 14: Anthony Rudiman was merely unstoppable.

The Westford senior quad-captain rushed for 232 yards and two touchdowns and caught third.

Westford pounced on the pigskin with relentless precision throughout a 29-point first quarter. Rudiman received the offense up and working by jetting 60 yards for the landing to open the sport. And when kicker Peter Burdin booted his first of 5 further level kicks, the Ghosts held the 7-0 lead.

In the meantime, quarterback Kaden Silton fueled Westford’s air assault. The junior signal-caller went 9-for-14, passing for 158 yards and three touchdowns. He connected with senior tri-captain Matty Haggan on a pair of monstrous finish zone strikes, together with a 53-yard heave to construct the 12-0 cushion.

Luke Fremualt continued to hang-out AB at each alternative. The senior quad-captain earned a pair of pressured fumbles, earlier than rolling 85 yards to the home on a punt return, growing the lead. Silton units up Jake Cullen on a two-point conversion play moments later.

The Ghosts QB capped the offensive explosion by discovering Haggan once more, this time on a 65-yard landing go. Haggen ended his afternoon with 118-yards receiving on simply two grabs. Silton despatched Rudiman in on a 10-yard TD reception, establishing the 35-0 lead at halftime.

The Westford protection was simply as stable. Senior quad-captain Drew Wilson made one among three interceptions, with junior Jake Cullen and senior Francesco Fernandez securing the others. AB tried to rally the troops, slicing the deficit to 35-14 by the tip of the third quarter, however that is as shut because the guests would get. Rudiman wrapped up his effort by breaking 10 yards within the closing moments to seal the victory.

Tyngsboro 48, Groton Dunstable 7: The Tigers ran away with the conflict in Tyngsboro behind the arm of quarterback Bryce Goulet, who threw for 148 yards and 4 touchdowns.

Gavin Hehir rushed for 147 yards to tempo the Tyngsboro floor assault. Goulet tossed TD passes to Anthony Nicosia (60 yards), and two to Adam Dorant. Jimmy O’Keefe caught a 7-yard scoring go from Goulet. Hehir added two scoring runs, of 10 and 19 yards, and Luke McHugh plowed into the tip zone from one yard out.

Groton-Dunstable obtained a 20-carry, 132-yard dashing effort from Nate Bushnell, who accomplished an excellent season.

Methuen 46, Dracut 7: The Middies ended a troublesome season with a lopsided loss to a robust Methuen group. Dracut solely dressed 19 gamers for the house sport.

Wednesday nights: Nashoba Tech ended a terrific season in powerful trend with a 44-8 highway loss to Monty Tech, the lone TD approaching a go from Colby Catterton to Kamari L’Italien, whereas North Middlesex ran throughout Assabet, 55-28, in a high-scoring affair in Townsend.

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