Dracut B Team 18
Another great game for the Dracut B-team. Coming up big on Dracut's secondary were Tyler Malho with an interception and Jacob Enwright deflecting a pass; Allyn French taking the ball away from A/B with a great fumble recovery; impressive tackles by Jacob Golden; and Michael Talbot making a clutch fourth-quarter sack.
More defensive standouts were Matthew Morris and JoshuaDesrochers making some great stops, with a great performance by Austin Chausse playing both sides of the ball.
On the offense, Dylan Languirand made some great blocks to open up the field for Zachary Lakmany getting in for two TDs. Also visiting the end zone for a touchdown was Timothy Sousa. Tyreik Monette had a greatm game making an amazing first down pass reception.
Dracut C 0
A depleted Dracut C Football Team dropped an 18-0 contest to a disciplined Acton-Boxboro team. The Middies were defeated in all aspects during the contest as the Colonials were simply dominant on offense, defense and special teams. The Dracut boys will have to block and tackle better in the future to get back to their winning ways. Dracut D Blue 0
On the offense Michael
Canney, Alex Reis, J.C. Santiago, Michael Tusa and Colin Saunders held back a tough Acton-Boxboro defense. Peter Sawyer and Javier Faria kept Acton's D on their toes. On the defensive side of the ball, Aiden Maston, Elijah Monette and
Great runs and blocking by D White offsense. Eric Airosus, Yanluis Gonzalez, Shawn McGuire and Ray Laurin allowed Devin Lambert to barrel through Wakefield's defense for three touchdowns. Shawn McGuire was able to run in an extra point. Connor Foley and Kyle MacKay each had a great interception that really got fans to their feet.
Defensive standouts for the game were Lyle Ransom, who had a huge tackle at safety to stop a TD, Kyle Barber, Nathan Lambert, Ray Laurin, Jason Whalen, Seth Turner, Matt Yavanian, Graeme French, Kyle Proulx (who picked him up and moved him) and QB Mario Silva.
In a back and forth, hard fought battle vs Brookline, the Tiny Mite Middies were paced offensively by their touchdown twins, Dylan Eld and Michael Marchionda, as they both
scored two touchdowns for the second week in a row. Zac Campbell also ran hard, behind the strong play of the offensive line of Seth Lopez, Ryan Gray, Robbie Troung, Jeff Santos, Drew Richardson, Brayden Bourassa and Dylan Newbegin. Leading the defensive charge were Mike Desmarais and Jacob Ventura, with help from Braedyn Hiltz, Nathan Rogers, Andre Burd, Cole Scipione, Christian McDonagh and Dante Melillo.