Dracut D-Blue 31, Lawrence 0

Tim Sousa rushed for a 3 TDs, Jeremy Gray rushed for 2 TDs and Aise Pream rushed in for an extra point. Matt Morris rushed for more than 50 yards. Anthony Mendonca and Chris Hunkiar both recovered fumbles.

Other standouts on both sides of the ball included Michael Alberty, Patrick Canney, Dylan Estevao, Christian Frazier, Mateus Ibarguen, Steven Lamontagne, Colby Manzueta, Sean Murphy, and David Seamans.

Lawrence 35, Dracut A 7

Justin Gauthier and Anthony Zeoli took control under center in the quarterback postion.

Frank Trzcienski rushed for a TD and an extra point, with help from the offensive line led by Nathan Nagle, Michael Murphy, Nick Malho, Jake Kelley, and Chris Basnet.

The defense held off Lawrence’s high-powered attack for as long as possible with Nick Lacagnina, Tyler Mitchell, Cameron Chausse, Mark Ferreira, Steve Valente, and Evan Porter.

Lawrence 18, Dracut C 13

Despite the tough loss, Dracut played a hard-fought battle and came up just short. Offensive standouts were Dan O’Connell, Jacob Golden, Brian Pachico, and Steve Pelletier.

Defensive standouts were Brandon Wagner, Dave Choate, Zack Burgoyne, Marco Ruiz, and Zack Lackmany.

Youngsville 20, Dracut MM White 6

Dracut had to deal with their first loss of the season to the Youngsville Hawks.

The Middies offense was headlined by Aiden Maston’s 2 completions to Kyle Cox, including a 40-yard TD reception, while the Middies defense had great tackles made by Nathan Nutter, Silvio Demartino, Devon Lambert, Nathan Lambert, and Ray Lauren.

The Middies look to rebound this week at home.

Dracut MM-Blue 24, Lawrence 0

A great win on Sunday over Lawrence, with another solid game by Joey Petka, Jacob Rivers and Max Kelley on offense.

A beautiful display of blocking and tackling by Michael Canney, Lucas Ibarguen, Matthew Rossetti, Graeme French, and Corey Seamans on defense.