The MetWest Football Scene…Games Nov 14 – 15, 2008

Walpole Derails Natick

The scene was surreal.  An abundance of red defining the Natick fans while a veritable white out marked the Walpole supporters who appeared in puffy clouds of baby powder. An ethereal aura surrounding a strong offensive Walpole team…


Walpole 21,  Natick 9


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Norton Knocks Medway Out

It was tough going for undefeated Medway High School in their gridiron matchup with Norton High School (8 – 1)

The players from Norton took it away, with Medway only scoring in the second quarter…


Norton 16,  Medway 7

Dover-Sherborn Dominates Hopkinton

Dover-Sherborn High School

The Dover-Sherborn fans stretched during halftime, wondering if the tide would turn.

With Hopkinton leading by 7, Dover-Sherborn ended the 3rd quarter tied, only to take it away in the 4th.

DS’s Andrew Perlmutter is closing out his final season with a strong performance…


Dover-Sherborn 19,  Hopkinton 7

Holliston High School vs Bellingham

Holliston hosted Bellingham High on Friday, Nov. 14 and kicked off the game with a strong start.

The Panthers managed to keep Bellingham off the scoreboard until the fourth quarter’s score by Tyler Smith.

Sean Mayo, John Themeli, Jake Frechette, and Christian Baker led Holliston‘s charge, overpowering Bellingham for a final score of:

Holliston 27, Belllingham  7

Wellesley vs Milton

The Wellesley High School Raiders traveled to Milton Friday for a game against Milton High SchoolWellesley slogged through the first half without getting on the scoreboard, while Milton stood at 14 at halftime.

In the third quarter Milton poured it on, adding another 13 points to their commanding lead.

Charlie Jennings scored Wellesley’s only TD in the fourth.


Milton 27,  Wellesley 8

Framingham 42,  Needham 34

Danny Guadagnol, Travis Hayes, and Kyle Wilson facilitated Framingham getting off to a strong start in Saturday’s game against Needham High School.

But Jean Baptiste and the Rockets were not about to stay off the scoreboard for long…

But even though Needham High kept the momentum going, and ended up with a strong finish, Framingham’s  Danny Guadagnol was fierce!

Great plays by both teams made this a terrific matchup by two strong teams, and great fun to watch.

Arlington 42,  Weston 21

Lincoln-Sudbury 41, Boston Latin 14

Framingham 42,  Needham 34



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