ALL SUPER BOWL GAMES WILL BE PLAYED SATURDAY DECEMBER 3rd!!!
East Division 1 Super Bowl:
FInal: B.C. High - 21 VS Needham - 7
6PM Gillette Stadium
(Prediction B.C. High Wins 30-12)
(Tom Nappi Prediction Record: 1-0)
Deontae Ramey-Doe has 3 touchdown runs including a 91 yard t.d. run in the 2nd quarter to help B.C. High to the East Division 1 Super Bowl title over Needham.
East Division 1A Super Bowl:
Final: Everett - 36 VS Lincoln-Sudbury - 12
(Prediction Everett Wins 28-16)
(Tom Nappi Prediction Record: 2-0)
The all time Touch Down passing leader in Massachusetts High School Football Jonathan Dibiaso finishes his high school career with 103 touchdown passes and a Division 1A Super Bowl title as Everett runs over Lincoln-Sudbury 36-12.
East Division 2 Super Bowl:
Final: Duxbury - 35 VS Tewksbury - 0
(Prediction Tewksbury Wins 20-16)
(Tom Nappi Prediction Record: 2-1)
Duxbury grabs 3 interceptions and finishes the season perfect 13-0, to claim the East Division 2 title.
East Division 2A Super Bowl:
Final: Dennis-Yarmouth - 35 VS Wakefield - 0
(Prediction Dennis-Yarmouth Wins 32-13)
(Tom Nappi Prediction Record: 3-1)
Dennis-Yarmouth completely shuts down Wakefield to capture the division 2A title in the East. Dennis-Yarmouth finishes the season at a perfect 13-0.
East Division 3 Super Bowl:
Final: Concord-Carlisle - 42 VS Oliver Ames - 9
9am Gillette Stadium
(Prediction Concord-Carlisle wins 30-25)
(Tom Nappi Prediction Record: 4-1)
George Crann had 3 Touchdowns, 18 carries for 122 yards for the Patriots of Concord-Carlisle as they capture the East Division 3 Super Bowl title!!!
East Division 3A Super Bowl:
Final: Bourne - 16 VS Hamilton-Wenham - 14
(Prediction Bourne Wins 20-12)
(Tom Nappi Prediction Record: 5-1)
Jason Moriarty passes a 10 yard touchdown to Nick Pereira in the 3rd quarter to give Bourne the 3-A Super Bowl Victory!
East Division 4 Super Bowl:
Final: Cardinal-Spellman - 8 VS Mashpee - 34
(Prediction Cardinal-Spellman Wins 32-28)
(Prediction Record 5-2)
Mashpee finishes the season perfect as they keep Cardinal-Spellman from Super Bowl title repeat hopes shutting them down 34-8.
East Division 4A Super Bowl:
Final: Blue Hills - 16 VS Cathedral - 14
(Prediction Blue Hills Wins 23-18)
(Prediction Record 6-2)
Matt Owens had a 44 yard touchdown pass to Carlos Bermudez in the Blue Hills 16-14 victory over Cathedral to capture the East Division 4A title.
MIAA Central Division 1 action
Central Mass Division 1 Super Bowl:
Final Leominster - 21 VS St.Johns-Shrewsbury - 6
Gillette Stadium 11:00am
(Prediction St.Johns-Shrewsbury Wins 37-30)
(Prediction Record 6-3)
Leominster had 204 yards passing and 100+ on the ground, The Blue Devils defense produced 3 turnovers to take down the St. Johns Pioneers and capture the Central Mass Division 1 Super Bowl title.
Central Mass Division 2 Super Bowl:
Final: Holy Name - 0 VS Nashoba - 27
2pm Fitchburg State
(Prediction Nashoba Wins 31-30)
(Prediction Record 7-3)
The Nashoba Chieftans defense shuts out Holy Name to capture the Central Mass Division 2 Super Bowl Title.
Central Mass Division 3 Super Bowl:
Final: Auburn - 7 VS Hudson - 0
3pm Worcester State
(Prediction Auburn Wins 23-21)
(Prediction Record 8-3)
Auburn had the lone touchdown in the 4th quarter Fred Taylor hauled in a 31 yard touchdown reception from Drew Goodrich to capture the Central Mass Division 3 Super Bowl for the Rockets.
Central Mass Division 4 Super Bowl:
Final: Northbridge - 20 VS Southbridge - 7
12:30pm Worcester State
(Prediction Northbridge Wins 19-16)
(Prediction Record 9-3)
Matt Phelan had a 21 yard touchdown runs as Northbridge takes down rivals Southbridge to capture the Central Division 4 Super Bowl title.
Central Mass Division 5 Super Bowl:
Final: Clinton - 14 VS Leicester - 20
10am Worcester State
(Prediction Leicester Wins 35-26)
(Prediction Record 10-3)
Tyler Goodney ran for a 46-yard touchdown with 3:07 left to lift Leicester to a 20-14 win over Clinton in the Central Mass Division 5 Super Bowl!
Central Mass Division 6 Super Bowl:
Final: Assabet - 34 VS Bay Path - 38
11am Fitchburg State
(Prediction Bay Path Wins 20-19)
(Prediction Record: 11-3)
SR. QB Kyle Pearson threw 4 Touch Down Passes, WR Anthony Baez had two touchdown receptions in the Bay Path Central Mass Division 6 Super Bowl Victory!
East Division 5 Super Bowl:
Final: Nantucket - 35 Latin Academy - 7
Western Massachusetts Super Bowls This Saturday Feature
Division 1 Final:
Longmeadow - 35 Springfield Central High School - 7
Long Meadow wins 11th Super Bowl in 15 straight appearances!
Division 2 Final: Commerce-6 Putnam High School- 48
Rishawn Harris had 3 touchdown receptions for Putnam to take down Commerce H.S. in the Western Mass Division 2 Super Bowl
Division 3 Final: Lee High School - 0 Mount Greylock - 16
Mount Greylock wins 2nd straight Super Bowl Title!
Division 4 Final: McCann Tech - 8 Pioneer Valley Regional - 14
It has been an amazing high school 2011 fall sports season in Massachusetts. Some of the biggest honors this year go out to the The Georgetown Girls soccer team who through 3 playoff games did not allow a goal responded to St. Mary's goal with 5 unanswered scores to capture the division 3 north girls title.
The Hopedale Blue Raiders girls soccer team earned there first state to the division 3 state final since 2005 after a 2-0 victory over undefeated Lenox, but Dover-Sherborn walked away with the division 3 state championship after routing Hopedale 2-1 on Friday November 18th 2011.
On Saturday November 19th 2011, Auburn took down Canton 1-0 to clinch the DIvision 2 Girls Soccer Title, The Rockets finished the season undefeated. The title was the first state title for the Auburn Girls.
on Friday November 18th The Ludlow Boys Soccer team clinched the division 1 state championship taking down Masconomet with a score of 2-1, and Sutton took down Georgetown 3-1 to clinch the Division 3 state title.
Also on Friday November 18th The Peabody girls soccer team took down East Longmeadow 1-0 Friday November 18th to win the division 1 girls state title.
The Groton-Dunstable boys soccer squad took down Concord-Carlisle 2-0 to capture the division 2 state title on Saturday November 19th.
Girls Volleyball rapped up on Saturday November 19th 2011 Barnstable took down Central Catholic for the Division 1 title, The Marlborough Panthers took down Melrose for the division 2 title and Frontier took down case for the Division 3 state title in girls volleyball.
Honorable Mentions go out to Andrea O' Brien of the Peabody girls soccer team as she closed out her season with 34 goals making her the highest scorer in Massachusetts for the 2011 season.
Masconomet J.R. Charlie May won his first individual division 2 state title in high school golf this sports season.
The Hudson Hawks won the Mid-wachusett B Golf Championship.
Randolph goaltender Emily Wilson had 10 straight shout outs as goalie to help the Randolph Field hockey team to their first state tournament. Oh and even more impressive Goalkeeper Emily Wilson was a backup goalie who filled in for starter Olivia Biles.
A big congrats this year to Everett Graduate Matt Costello won were one of the winners for the 2011 National Football Foundation High School-Scholar athlete awards.
The Auburn High School Foootball team won a 41 game winning streak into this season before losing to Shepard Hill Regional High School on Friday October 7th, but one of the biggest winning streaks ever in Massachusetts High School history by Auburn High School with 41 straight wins.
Quarter Back Jonathan Dibiaso of Everett High School broke the all time state passing record in his highschool career after throwing six touchdown passes against Medford on Friday October 28th. Dibiaso after that game had 85 straight touchdown passes breaking Tom Colombo's state record for the most touchdown passes in a high school career.
The Hopedale Boys Cross Country team won the Dual Valley Conference championship meet at Nipmuc as Matt Doran, Paul Maurais and Chris Kivor finished 3rd, 4th and 5th.
This has been Tom Nappi with High School Sports honorable mentions for the 2011 fall season in Massachusetts, tune into High School Sports talk on MA Sportsweb.com to get updates on all your favorite high school teams and check out the sports news page for all the latest updates.
Big Time High School Football Realignment News
-The MIAA Football Committee is currently discussing the possibility of having a statewide football tournament. This discussion has put a hold on division realignments for the 2013 season. The Massachusetts State Football Coaches Association has brought up a new proposal. Fitchburg athletic director and Coaches Association Ray Cosenza said the new plan should be an improvement on the old plan. The new plan is expected to preserve leagues and allow additional teams to qualify for the postseason. With this plan High School Football will finish with six true state champions.
Football This Week
North Quincy @ Duxbury
Southbrige @ Leicester
Holliston@ Hopkinton - WMRC
Boston Latin @ #7 Lincoln-Sudbury
#8 Chelmsford @ Dracut
Cranston West, Ri @ #6 Dennis-Yarmouth
#16 King Phillip @ Foxborough
Methuen @ #13 Andover
Oliver Ames @ #4 Mansfield
St Johns-Shrewsbury @ Leominster
Stoughton @ Attleboro
Sat 6:00PM Fitchburg @ Milford - WMRC
In Boys Cross Country This Friday
Norfolk Aggie is at @ Blackstone Valley
In Field Hockey Action
Hopedale @ Blackstone-Ville
Sutton @ Nipmuc