High School: Dudes of Super Bowl Week

The Super Bowl games at Gillette Stadium produced some of the best games of the season. There were plenty of great performances. Here are the top performances of the week.

Randolph’s Malik White rushed for 110 yards on 24 carries and returned a blocked punt 20 yards for the game winning touchdown. Randolph won its first ever Super Bowl championship beating Hull 20-14. DUDE!

Quarterback Will Baker rushed for 124 yards and a touchdown and passed for 82 yards and a touchdown as Cohasset beat Wahconah 27-12, in the Division 7 Super Bowl. DUDE!

Running back Xaviah Bascon rushed for 143 yards and threw a touchdown pass on a halfback pass to lead Big Blue to their second title in three years. Swampscott beat North Reading 14-7. DUDE!

Marblehead’s Connor Cronin had a game for the ages catching 10 passes for 263 yards and 3 touchdowns as the Magicians won their first title, beating North Attleboro, 35-28. DUDE!

Josh Robertson, Cronin’s teammate completed 14-of-18 passes for 290 yards and 4 touchdowns. Robertson also rushed for a fifth in the Magicians 35-28 win. DUDE!

North Attleboro’s Tyler DeMattio rushed for 105 yards and scored 3 touchdowns in the Red Rocketeers hard fought 35-28 loss to Marblehead. DUDE!

Running back Tariq Thomas rushed for 167 yards and a touchdown in Springfield Central’s 22-15 win over Central Catholic to win the Division 1 Super Bowl title. DUDE!

Quarterback William Watson completed 13-of-24 passes for 187 yards and a touchdown the Golden Eagles 22-15 win over Central Catholic. DUDE!

Central Catholic’s Ty Cannistraro caught four passes for 47 yards and 2 touchdowns in Central Catholic’s 22-15 loss to Springfield Central. DUDE!

Catholic Memorial quarterback J.C Petrongolo completed 7 of 14 passes for 137 yards and 4 touchdowns in the Knights 42-18 win over King Philip in Division Two Super Bowl. DUDE!

Kole Osinubi caught 2 touchdown passes and returned an interception 55 yards for a touchdown in Catholic Memorial’s 42-18 win over King Philip. DUDE!

P.J. Celestino racked up 209 all-purpose yards and scored 3 touchdowns. Celestine had one rushing, one passing and one kickoff return for a touchdown as Rockland won the Division 6 Super Bowl by beating South Shore League rival Abington for the second time this season, 23-13. DUDE!

In what was perhaps the best game of the week. Scituate’s a Keegan Sullivan and Andrew Bossey put on a show. Each rushed for a touchdown and Sullivan’s two-point conversion in the final seconds of the game gave Scituate a 14-13 win over arch rival Duxbury in the Divsion Four Super Bowl.