Last-gasp TD for Marshfield
Christian Dunn found Nico Pelligrini for a gamewinning 34-yard touchdown pass as time expired, giving Marshfield (2-4) a stunning 25-23 win over Dennis-Yarmouth, in an Atlantic Coast League thriller last night.
Four different players rushed for a touchdown for Brockton (3-2) as the defense blanked Durfee, 28-0, in the Big Three.
Stoneham (6-0) scored 45 unanswered points, including a pair of touchdown runs from Christos Argyropoulos, to pave the way to a 5113 rout against Watertown in the Middlesex Freedom . ... Jake Doherty was unstoppable, racking up four rushing touchdowns as Burlington (5-1) pulled away late for a 42-7 romp over Wilmington.
Harry Kraft returned an interception for a touchdown and had a key pass deflection late in the game, while Joe Lepore recorded three sacks and four tackles for losses as Winchester (42) defeated Melrose, 21-14, in a Middlesex League crossover contest.
Sophomore Shiloh White ran for four touchdowns, carrying Wellesley (4-2) past Brookline, 28-0, in the Bay State Carey.
Kyle Fitzgerald ran for two touchdowns and added another on a 64-yard punt return, all coming in the first half, as Canton (6-0) rolled to a 39-0 shutout over Sharon in the Hockomock Davenport.
Win Tran rushed for 140 yards and two touchdowns to lead North Quincy (42) to a 28-7 Patriot Fisher League win over Plymouth South. Joe Brahimi added two interceptions for the Red Raiders, one of which he returned for a 25-yard touchdown.
Elijah Williams recovered a late fumble before Christian Gemelli reeled in the game-winning touchdown in the final minute to lead Concord-Carlisle (3-2) over Newton South, 7-3, in the Dual County League Small. . . . Wellington Pereira racked up 119 yards and three touchdowns on 14 carries for Wayland (5-1) in a 42-16 victory over Bedford.
Matt Brown dominated the ground with 113 rushing yards and three touchdowns to pace Hopkinton (3-3) to a 42-7 win over Medfield in the Tri-Valley Large. Ryan Kelleher passed for 122 yards and two touchdowns to become the Hillers’ alltime passing yardage leader.
Marcus Gonzalez rushed for 296 yards and four touchdowns on 27 carries as TechBoston (3-3) won its third straight, defeating East Boston, 28-12, in Boston North action.
Hunter Lane and Ben Condon each scored two touchdowns to lead Essex Tech (3-3) to a 35-14 win over Whittier in Commonwealth Athletic Large action . . . . Zach Sanderson rushed for 179 yards and three scores, while Connor Joseph struck for 172 yards and a touchdown as Northeast (4-2) rolled to a 38-6 win over Shawsheen.
Ngor Manyang ran for 155 yards and two touchdowns as Minuteman (2-4) defeated Chelsea, 26-0, in a Commonwealth Athletic Small contest.
Brett Dorsey scored the go-ahead touchdown with 1:37 left for Apponequet (33) to seal a fourth-quarter comeback win, 20-19, over Somerset-Berkley (2-3) in South Coast Conference Large action.
Mike Ebersole hauled in a 41-yard touchdown pass from Dante Vazquez and Matt Dalton kicked the game-winning field goal to lift Rockland (1-5) to a 9-7 win over Norwell in the South Shore Sullivan.
Will Klein caught a pair of touchdown passes from Christian Labossier and also ran for two more scores, finishing with 223 all-purpose yards, as Abington (5-1) cruised to a 34-7 win over Middleboro in a South Shore League crossover game.
Kyle Connolly threw two touchdown passes and ran for two more, leading Falmouth (5-0) to a 38-19 win over Hanover in a nonleague contest . . . . The Carver/Sacred Heart (2-3) defense only allowed 35 yards and got a fourth quarter touchdown from Josh Kofta, in a 7-0 win over Martha’s Vineyard.
Mike White rushed for 98 yards and two touchdowns for Weston (4-1) in a 20-0 victory over Latin Academy. ... Returning from an injury, Cory Bright led Bishop Fenwick (5-1) to a 13-7 victory over Malden Catholic (1-4) by passing for 138 yards and two scores.
Kabelo Tsotetsi carried the ball 26 times for 123 yards and a pair of touchdowns, while Cedrick Paradis hauled in two scores and the game-winning twopoint conversion in the second overtime as Middlesex (2-2) defeated Groton, 28-26, in an ISL-9 contest.
According to Boston City League athletic director Avery Esdaile, Madison Park (0-5) has forfeited the remainder of its contests due to a lack of numbers. The Cardinals were scheduled to host Charlestown (4-1) in a Boston South contest yesterday afternoon.
On Thursday night, Pierro Canales ran for 129 yards and three scores as KIPP (33) defeated Keefe Tech, 2616, in a nonleague contest.
In Patriot League action, junior Aaron O’Toole finished with a hat trick, leading Quincy (8-3-1) to a 5-1 drubbing of Plymouth South.
In the Catholic Central League, Sean Campbell netted his first varsity goal and Brian Harrington supplied the go-ahead score to lead Bishop Fenwick (7-5-1) past Arlington Catholic, 2-1.
Emma Montanile scored to spark Lynnfield (10-2-1) to a 2-0 win against North Reading in the Cape Ann League.
Sophomore Lillian York struck for the lone goal in a 1-0 win for Hopkinton (7-3-3) over Tri-Valley League opponent Dedham.
Emma Tucker found the net twice and added two assists, carrying Notre DameHingham past Hull, 5-1, in a nonleague tilt.
Kristi Vierra scored four times to fuel a 5-0 victory for Norwell (11-1) against South Shore League foe East Bridgewater.
In the Boston City League, Wendy Bonilla scored twice as East Boston (6-7) held off Boston International, 5-3.
Juniors Nairi Enright and Sidney Wardwell each tallied goals, propelling Lexington (9-1-2) to a 2-0 win over Winchester in the Middlesex League.
Kelsey Kenney, Kelly Morrissey and Emily Murphy all had goals as Notre DameHingham qualified for the state tournament with a 3-1 nonleague win over Barnstable . . . . Grace Zimmer sniped a goal and dished out an assist as Duxbury (10-2) ran to a 4-0 win over Braintree.
Junior Georgia Parker netted the game-winner with 21 seconds left to boost Framingham (7-3) over Wellesley, 2-1, in the Bay State Conference.
In Dual County Large action, Izzy Acquaviva and Brooke Findlay each netted a pair of goals to lead LincolnSudbury (8-2-1) to a 4-1 win over Westford.
CRUNCH TIME: Milton quarterback Luke McMenamin (left) takes a big hit from Needham’s William Hood last night; above, Milton’s Isaiah Woodley holds up the ball as he celebrates his touchdown with teammates Kevin Swanton (53) and John Barros in their 22-14 victory in the battle of Bay State Conference powers.