First Thanksgiving Win in 12 Years

Varsity Football Flattens Marlborough 41-0 at Thanksgiving Day Game
Players raise their helmets after winning the Thanksgiving game for the first time in 13 years |by Ella Spuria
Players raise their helmets after winning the Thanksgiving game for the first time in 13 years |by Ella Spuria
Ella Spuria

For the first time since 2013, the Varsity Football team successfully defeated Marlborough High School at the 120st Thanksgiving Day Game, completely flattening the Panthers with a score of 41-0.

After falling three points short in the M.I.A.A. Division Six playoff game against Fairhaven and getting bumped from the final four less than a week prior, the team was in need of victory.

From the beginning of the first quarter, the hawks scored touchdown after touchdown, lead by captains Jake Attaway (8), Garrett Giorgio (11), Owen Nanartowich (5), and J.J. Senske (56). Fans from both rivaling towns filled the stands on that Thursday morning (11/23), with halftime shows from the Sideline Cheerleading Team, the Dance Team, as well as the Marlborough High band. See the action below.

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Ella Spuria, Head Photographer, Photo Editor
Junior Ella Spuria has been studying journalism for three years. Spuria took the class mainly because she loves the fast-paced news world. She enjoys taking photos and she wants to write more articles to improve her writing. In Spuria's free time, she enjoys hanging out with her friends, listening to a variety of music, and taking photos of sports but she hates portraits. Spurias dream vacation is to go to Greece.  

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