2015 Massachusetts high school football playoff scores – 2nd Round

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Division 1

Everett 18 Peabody 14

Central Catholic 49 Andover 41

Xaverian Brothers 28 Catholic Memorial 0

Brockton 10 Bridgewater-Raynham 6

Division 2

Billerica Memorial 35 Newton South 14

Reading Memorial 14 Westford Academy 3

Marshfield 24 Mansfield 0

Needham 13 Braintree 6

Nashoba 28 Marlborough 14

St. John’s Leominster 30

Central 51 Holyoke 14

Longmeadow 22 Minnechaug 14

Division 3

Marblehead 27 Gloucester 0

Danvers 14 Tewksbury 13

Melrose 41 Wayland 17

Concord-Carlisle 35 Burlington 27

Dighton-Rehoboth 25 Falmouth 12

Dartmouth 31 Plymouth North 7

Milton 38 Stoughton 21

Duxbury 21 North Attleborough 10

Division 4

Stoneham 27 Bedford 13

Watertown 31 North Reading 7

Holliston 29 Middleborough 28

Hanover 21 Foxborough 20

Holy Name Central Catholic 48 Doherty Memorial 36

Grafton Memorial 27 Tantasqua 7

Agawam 48 Wahconah 14

Chicopee 43 South Hadley 29

Division 5

St. Mary’s 24 Bishop Fenwick 6

Greater Lowell Tech 25 East Boston 8

East Bridgewater 26 Abington 14

Cardinal Spellman 34 Ashland 16

Northbridge 51 Oakmont 6

Uxbridge 21 Leicester 6

Hoosac Valley 28 Frontier 6

Taconic 19 Pittsfield 12

Division 6

Essex Tech 16 Dorchester 6

Mystic Valley 30 Cathedral 8

Mills/Hopedale 42 Cohasset 14

Mashpee 52 Blue Bills RVT 16

West Boylston/Tahanto 14 Littleton 6

St. Bernard’s Central Catholic 42 Blackstone Valley RVT 25

McCann Tech 14 Turners Falls 13

Lee 24 Franklin County Tech 19

 

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