The 2021 Massachusetts Division 8 Super Bowl championship trophy belongs to Randolph High School. Wednesday, the Blue Devils beat Hull 20-14 for the championship at Gillette Stadium, home of the New England Patriots. The win avenged the Blue Devils 26-6 regular season loss to Hull.
With the game tied at 14-14 late in regulation, Randolph’s Malik White returned a punt that was deflected off a Hull lineman 20 yards for the game winning score with 2:43 to play.
Sebastian Joussiance will keep it himself, and he will fight through the pile to pay dirt for a 2-yard touchdown! Malik White converts the 2-point rush, and Randolph (@TonyPriceAD) answers! The Blue Devils have taken an 8-7 edge with 4:05 left in the first half. @BostonHeraldHS pic.twitter.com/l3jEJeiaH8— Brendan Connelly (@BConn63) December 1, 2021
Luke Richardson tosses one up for John Gianibas, and he is all alone!! The junior breaks free for a 40-yard touchdown reception, and Hull (@HullPirates) takes the lead right back! Chenette hits the PAT to make it a 14-8 game with 1:44 to go in the half. @BostonHeraldHS pic.twitter.com/EuEw96VpD3— Brendan Connelly (@BConn63) December 1, 2021
Randolph finishes with an 8-4 record, while Hull closes-out 2021 with a 9-4 mark.