2015 Massachusetts high school football playoffs – 1st round Sectionals

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North Division 1

Everett 14 St. John’s Prep 7

Peabody 34 Maiden 19

Central Catholic 42 Lawrence 15

Andover 55 Methuen 25

North Division 2

Billerica 44 Waltham 0

Newton South 32 Haverhill 27

Westford 33 North Andover 7

Reading 42 Maiden Catholic 0

North Division 4

Bedford 21 Pentucket 6

Stoneham 35 Triton 14

North Reading 41 Ipswich 3

Watertown 25 Lynnfield 14

North Division 5

Bishop Fenwick 36 Shawsheen 8

St. Mary’s 46 Greater Lawrence 22

East Boston 32 Brighton 22

Greater Lowell 41 Madison Park 22

North Division 6

Dorchester 20 New Mission 6

Essex Tech 49 St. Clement 22

Mystic Valley 40 Lynn Tech 6

Cathedral 36 Boston English 0

Northeast Division 3

Marblehead 28 Winchester 7

Gloucester 19 Beverly 15

Tewksbury 37 Salem 0

Danvers 7 Revere 0

Northwest Division 3

Melrose 21 Wakefield 0

Wayland 41 Arlington 7

Concord-Carlisle 43 Woburn 21

Burlington 36 Wilmington 0

South Division 1

Xaverian 47 Attleboro 14

Catholic Memorial 34 BC High 12

Bridgewater-Raynham 35 Weymouth 7

Brockton 14 Newton North 9

South Division 2

Marshfield 40 Quincy 0

Mansfield 29 Natick 13

Braintree 14 Wellesley 7

Needham 24 King Phillip 0

South Division 4

Holliston 35 Apponequet 0

Middleboro 50 Scituate 0

Foxboro 30 Dennis-Yarmouth 14

Hanover 21 Westwood 6

South Division 5

East Bridgewater 42 Dover-Sherborn 18

Abington 50 Greater New Bedford 18

Cardinal Spellman 28 Archbishop Williams 0

Ashland 37 Bishop Stang 8

South Division 6

Cohasset 38 St. John Paul 14

Mills-Hopedale 35 West Bridgewater 14

Blue Hills 34 Nantucket 21

Bishop Connolly 20 Mashpee 7

Southeast Division 3

Dighton-Rehoboth 34 Whitman-Hanson 13

Falmouth 20 Somerset Berkley 12

Dartmouth 44 Sharon 7

Plymouth North 35 Plymouth South 14

Southwest Division 3

Milton 38 Norwood 17

Stoughton 21 Walpole 20

North Attleboro 35 Bishop Feehan 7

Duxbury 28 Hopkinton 14

 

 

 

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Jeff Fisher
Jeff is an award-winning journalist and expert in the field of high school sports, underscored with his appearance on CNBC in 2010 to talk about the big business of high school football in America. Jeff turned to his passion for high school football into an entrepreneurial venture called High School Football America, a digital media company focused on producing original high school sports content for radio, television and the internet. Jeff is co-founder and editor-in-chief of High School Football America, which is a media partner with USA TODAY High School Sports.