BOSTON, MA – NOVEMBER 22, 2018: Catholic Memorial’s Hunter Salmon holds the trophy after their win against Boston College High School on Thanksgiving morning on Thursday, November 22, 2018 at Boston College High School in Boston, Massachusetts. (Staff photo By Nicolaus Czarnecki)
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After connecting with Ahmik Watterson for a 62-yard completion, Brockton quarterback Mike Norman sealed a last-minute comeback drive with a 1-yard keeper touchdown for a 13-10 victory against over Bridgewater-Raynham in nonleague action yesterday.

The Boxers finished their season 6-4.

Taunton 34, Coyle & Cassidy 0 — Noah Leonard threw for two scores and ran for a third as the Tigers (6-5) defeated the Warriors.

Weymouth 35, Walpole 14 — Sophomore Christian Quinn rushed for 185 yards and three touchdowns as the Wildcats (3-8) defeated the Rebels (6-5) in a Bay State Conference contest.

Newton North 33, Brookline 6 — Kyle Ray-Canada had a 39 interception return and a rushing score as the Tigers (5-6) upended the Warriors.

Lexington 40, Burlington 27 — In a Middlesex League crossover, quarterback Anthony Bianchi threw for 169 yards and three touchdown passes and rushed for 123 yards and two more scores to lead the Minutemen past the Red Devils.

Lowell 24, Haverhill 8 — Brendan Tighe ran for two scores and added a TD pass as the Red Raiders (6-5) ended their season on a four-game winning streak by beating the Hillies.

North Attleboro 20, Attleboro 7 — Tyler DeMattio threw for two touchdowns as the Red Rocketeers (8-3) defeated the Blue Bombardiers in the Hockomock League.

Division 2

New Bedford 32, Durfee 6 — Latrell Canto rushed for 212 yards and two scores as he eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark for the season and the Whalers (6-5) clinched the Big Three title with their win against the Hilltoppers.

Chelmsford 6, Billerica 0 — Kevin Hennessey booted a pair of field goals to give the Lions (3-8) the narrow win against the Indians in the Merrimack Valley Conference.

Winchester 27, Woburn 21 — Tommy Degnan scored the game-winning touchdown in the second overtime to push the Sachems (6-5) past the Tanners.

Peabody 38, Saugus 6 — Alex DeNisco threw for 160 yards and two scores as the Tanners (5-6) coasted past the Sachems in the Northeastern Conference.

Duxbury 42, Marshfield 22 — John Roberts threw for one score and ran for another as the Green Dragons (11-1) defeated the Rams in a nonleague contest.

Waltham 13, Malden Catholic 0 — Anthony Davis went over the 1,000-yard mark for the season as the Hawks (3-7) shut out the Lancers.

Division 3

Stoughton 28, Canton 7 — Jeffrey Grier scored the final three touchdowns, including runs of 66 and 78 yards, to boost the Black Knights (8-3) over the Hockomock Davenport rival Bulldogs.

Concord-Carlisle 49, Bedford 12 — Tim Hays and Christian Gemelli combined for 232 rushing yards and six touchdowns on 29 carries as the Patriots (5-5) rolled over the Buccaneers in the Dual County League Small.

Belmont 33, Watertown 20 — In a Middlesex League game, Killian O’Connell and Avery Arno each rushed for a pair of touchdowns to boost the Marauders (5-6) over the Raiders.

Plymouth North 27, Plymouth South 0 — Johnell Fillippini scored twice as the Blue Eagles (7-4) defeated the Panthers in Kevin Cobban’s final game as North coach.

Revere 18, Winthrop 6 — Darius McNeil rushed for over 100 yards with two touchdowns for the Patriots (7-4), while the defense held the Vikings (5-6) scoreless after the first quarter to combine for the win.

Beverly 14, Salem 7 — Clayton McAlpine ran for a score as the Panthers(6-5) held off the Witches in the Northeastern Conference.

Dartmouth 14, Fairhaven 13 — Co-captain Nate Oliver recovered a fumble on an extra point and returned it for two points to boost the Indians (4-7) over the Blue Devils in nonleague play.

Tewksbury 43, Wilmington 0 — Brian Aylward earned his 150th win as the Redmen (11-1) rolled over the Wildcats.

Division 4

Hopkinton 21, Ashland 6 — Brendan Kelly finished with five catches for 117 yards and a pair of touchdowns to lift the Hillers (7-4) over the Clockers in a Tri-Valley League contest.

Dedham 26, Norwood 6 — Ryan Flaherty ran for one score and threw for another as the Marauders (8-3) defeated the Mustangs in the TVL.

Holliston 29, Westwood 0 — Tristen Benson ran for two scores as the Panthers (10-1) defeated the Wolverines in another TVL battle.

Silver Lake 25, Pembroke 8 — Michael Cambria ended his Thanksgiving outing with 14 carries for 96 yards and two touchdowns as the Lakers (3-8) coasted past the Titans in the Patriot League.