Massachusetts High School Super Bowl Championship wrap-up

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It was a Super Bowl weekend for 16 Massachusetts high school football teams at Gillette Stadium, home of the NFL’s New England Patriots.

Everett captured its second straight Division I title beating Xaverian Brothers 35-10.

King Philip Regional also repeated. The Warriors beat Lincoln Sudbury 10-7 on a Cole Baker 30-yard field goal with 1:37 to go in the game.  King Philp has now won 25 straight games.

For the first time since 2010, St. John’s (Shrewsbury) is a Super Bowl champ. St. John’s beat North Attleborough 35-33 in the Division 3 title game.  The win caps a perfect 13-0 season with 558 points, which is just shy of the all-time state scoring mark of 600 points by Everett in 1914.  That season, Everrett outscored opponents 600-0.

In the Division 4 title game, Melrose shutout Nashoba 21-0.  It’s the first-ever Super Bowl title for Melrose.

Dennis-Yarmouth capped a perfect 13-0 season by beating West Springfield 37-7 in the Division 5 Super Bowl.  It’s the Dolphins first Super Bowl title since 2011.

Evan Gwozdz threw four touchdowns and ran for two as Middleboro beat Littleton 43-20 for the Division 6 championship.

Mashpee won its third straight state title.  The Falcons beat Blackstone Valley in Saturday’s Division 7 championship game.

In the Division 8 champion, Millis goes back-to-back by shutting-out Hoosac Valley 37-0.


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