Aise Pream had the game of his life with 4 touchdowns on the day, 2 scored on the offensive side of the football and 2 more on defense. That led Dracut D Blue to a 27-0 win over Lowell in local youth football action over the weekend.
In other action, Billerica teams had a field day with eight squads registering wins over various opponents. Several Billerica teams are undefeated.
C Scouts 30, Lawrence 0
It was the fourth shutout for the 6-0 Scouts. TD’s were scored by Jacob Carlson, Micky Ricard, Gus Gobiel and Brett Martini. Other offensive stars were QB Zac Burns and blocker Sammy Sartell. Among the outstanding contributors defensively were Nick Fasano, Jake Ferri, Allan Hamilton, Joseph Perrotto (int.) and Dequan Hagen (int.).
D2 Apaches 21, Reading 12
The Apaches trailed 12-0 early in this one but came roaring back. Touchdowns were notched by Bret Encarnacao, CJ Cyrus and Zach Mickle. Defensive standouts included the likes of Ben Grunes (int.), Steven Brennan, Brenden Hurley, Nathan Young and Riley Donovan. On the offensive side of the ball, Dominic Shanley, Brian Sardella and Kevin Kemp contributed huge efforts.
D2 Apaches 13, Wayland 7
TD’s were scored by Ryan Murphy and Brett Encarnacao, on an 85-yard play that gave the Apaches (6-0) the win with 3 minutes left. Other offensive heroes were Riley Donovan, Owen Gallant, Steven Culleton and Kevin Kemp. Defensives stars for the winners included Jose Cruz, Colby Cyrus, Joe Napoli, Tyler Dussault and Zach Mickle.
Chiefs 14, Wayland 0
Wil McKay scored the first TD for the 5-1 Chiefs and Kyle Burris the second. Alex Lizotte and Ryan Walker both had amazing interceptions. Performing huge for the Chiefs were Aiden Deady, Shaan Rana, Nik Paganis, Jeff Gutierrez, Jonathan Hurley, Dylan Ellis and Matthew Toby.
D3 Redskins 13, Acton-Box. 0
Morgan Mulkerin went 60 yards for one TD and Tommy Landry delivered the other. Devin Dufresne, John Aquavella, Dawson Waite, Xander Erickson, Dylan Schissler, Justin Merrifield, Joe Fahey, Shane Sheey and Jimmy Best were top-notch defensively for the Skins, who face a must-win game this weekend.
Cherokees 25, Lawrence 13
Michael Powderly scored from 20 yards on the opening drive, while later TD’s were added by Christopher Disciscio, (2) and Trysten Methot. Offensively, blockers Will Kelley, Walter Humphrey, Daniel Green and Rian Callahan opened the holes. Defensive standouts were Frank Foti, Dylan Aponte, Nicholas Giardina and Thomas Harmon.
Indians 36, Lawrence 13
The Indians’ top scorer of the game was Nick Orekoya, who ran for 3 touchdowns. Frank Daloia and Jeff Trainor added one apiece with Justin Beck throwing to Trainor. Outstanding plays by Dan Drummonds with a safety and Jared Granata with an interception. Brenden Deady, Charlie Wright, Kelvin Vazquez, Robert Christopher and Christian Sobella were among the top blockers.
E3 Lil Indians 12, Chelmsford 0
Tri-captains for the day were Aiden Sheehy, Michael Larson and Tom Bojsen. Frankie Rivera (40 yards) and Jared Plum (65 yards) scored the TD’s. Offensively, Connor Maguire and Brendan Torpey were rock-solid. Big defensive plays came from Drew Tomasetti, Joey Dufour, Ryan Donovan and Tim Annino.
D Blue 27, Lowell 0
Aise Pream was the star of the game for D Blue, scoring 4 touchdowns, 2 on offense and 2 on defense. Jeremy Gray and Kevin Carney had PAT’s. Other offensive standouts included Michael Canney, Sloan Carter, Draven Chappel and Dylan Estevao. Defensive stars were Kyle Cox (int.), Jacob Beaulieu, Denis Bourassa and Corey Cooper.
D White 19, Wilmington 6
A dominating defensive performance was led by Jarred Lash’s 3 sacks, and included stars William Peters, Robby Sparks, Zeke Haradji, Lincoln Lessard, Devin Farrell and Stephen Pinto. Ian Nichols picked off a pass. Aidan Maston, Devin Lambert and Matt Annis (fumble rec.) scored TD’s.
Mighty-Mite Blue 12, Lowell 0
An outstanding job by offensive players Alex Kimborowicz, Brett Sevigny, Ty Votour and Nathan Palladino who cleared the way for Raymond Laurin, scoring the only 2 TD’s of the game. Defensive stars for Blue were Graeme French, Zackary Hudon, Lyle Ransom and Jeffery Moeun.
Northeast Jr. High Varsity
Lowell 26, Timberlane 6
Lowell was led by the bruising running of Josh Villenueva (2 TD’s) and Tom Machado. Matt Smith had 2 TD passes, one each to AJ Pagan and George Grillakis. Mike Mercuri contributed with a long kickoff return and an interception. Zachary Henderson, Tommy Meas and Richard Lopez all had strong defensive games for Lowell (4-1).
Northeast Jr. High JV
Lowell 36, Timberlane 12
Sean Keene had 2 TD catches and Jimmy Yfantopolus had 2 rushing TD’s for Lowell. Both Shane Cremin and Bret Edwards threw TD passes. Liam Grenham had an interception and Brian Callery recovered a fumble. Sean Bryan, Angel Figueroa, Ruben Sanchez, Nate Normandie and Alec Marchand also had strong games on defense.
Northeast Junior High Varsity
Billerica 28, Tewksbury D2 24
QB Ryan Sughrue and tight end Matt Fortier put on an offensive display and scored 3 touchdowns from 34, 44 and 90 yards out. Fullback Brett McAllister ran 28 yards for a touchdown. Bobby Piccolo had a big fumble recovery and Brett McAllister and Matt Fortier had several big hits. Tyler Ward, Aaron Whitehouse and Justin Keough were solid on D.
Northeast Junior High JV
Tewksbury D2 38, Billerica 0
On the opening kickoff, Michael Teague forced a fumble picked up by Rafael Perez for a touchdown. Mohammed Yatim scored 3 times on impressive runs. TJ Taddia and Nich Georgopoulos also scored. Matt McLaughlin and Michael Teague also had outstanding games.
Winnacunnet 28, Red Pride A 0
The offense saw solid efforts by linemen David Aznavoorian, Anthony Medeiros and Brandon Rosa, along with running back Trace Trant. Defensive highlights were provided by Jake Durant, Jackson Deroche and Brandon Winn (10 tackles). Other contributors were Peter Cary, Steven Wilson, Jonny Spinelli and Kyle Obst.
Blue Pride A 30, Oyster River 6
Leading the scoring attack were Nolan Kavanaugh (2 TDs), Jesse Lamarca (2 TD’s), Troy Acconcia (2 XPs) and Alec Hirtle (1 XP). Key blocks were provided by Gavin MacDonald, Christopher Lucas and Christian Erbetta, among others. Standouts on D included Trevor Nickerson, Kyle Privetera, Brendan Studley and Chris Monteneri.
Oyster River 12, Blue Pride B 8
Makin MacDonald scored the lone Tewksbury TD, Tyler Wilson added the PAT. Also running the ball well were James Connolly, Jamesie Cash, Daniel Mottolo and Jake Garland. Defensively, the play of Jimmy Strickler, Colby Wilson, Eric Szloch, Adam Hines and Owen Steen stood out.
Cheyenne 18, Comanche 6
It was another outstanding performance by the Cheyenne defense in the regular-season finale. Billy Chase scored the lone Comanche TD on a 45-yard scamper. Standouts for the Comanche included Andrew Farrell, Ryan Keane, Colin Bozek, Lucus Tryder, Colin Fullerton, Kevin Carey, Ed Clement, Cullain Johnson and Michael Rosa.
Wamesit 12, Mohawk 6
Kyle Darrigo and Matt Houghton scored the Wamesit TD’s. Nicky Iannacci ran the ball exceptionally well, and other offensive standouts were Paul Manzi, Gavin Thomasset and Colin Powers. Defensively, among many standout players were birthday boy Santino Garofalo, Mike Woodford, Robbie Kimtis, Jack Meuse-Sitar and Jason Elias. The Wamesit cheerleaders were outstanding as usual.
Patrick Letourneau went 30 yards for the lone Mohawk TD. Battling injuries, the Mohawk played a resilient game with offensive stars including first-time QB Richie Markwarth, Patrick Flemming, Justin Flynn, Lexi St. Cyr, Marc Bradley and Aidan Leffler. Defensive standouts were Asa Derache, Antonio Capello, Marc Bradley and William Rossato.
4th Grade 12, Shrewsbury 0
Ryan Gauthier ran for a 91-yard TD to open the game. Christian Hall scored a TD in the 2nd half and the defense posted the shutout as Josh Ducharme, Logan Wendt and Phil Sutherland combined for 6 sacks. Danny Rezendes, Josh Jenkins, Alex Adamiak and Josh Sweetland played tough defense. Contributing solid play on offense were Jake Fahey and Andrew Provencher.
5th Grade 27, Clinton 0
Ryan Bue rambled 55 yards for a touchdown and added 3 other TD runs, as the Tigers improved to 8-0. Tyler Briere had an outstanding game at RB and Christian Beck threw a pass for an XP. On defense, Alex Makos recorded 4 solo tackles and 2 sacks. Evan Robson, Keenan Haley, Derek DeLaine, Evan Rankin, Joey Manzo, John Gilet and Kyle Nocco played solid games on both sides of the ball.
7th Grade 31, Worcester 14
Scoring touchdowns for the Tigers were Jackson Roderick, Nick Murray, Ryan Richardson and Rory Glavin. Leading the defensive charge were Tommy Lawrenson, Dylan Bogacz, Kyle Laforge, Mitch Lachs, Kyle Adamiak and Steve Landry.
D White 14, Jamaica Plain 6
Kevin Stolki dashed 35 and 38 yards for Chelmsford’s 2 touchdowns and Tyler Riley scored both extra points. Matt O’Neill, Chris Schenck, Jonathan Proia, Devin Giannino and Andrew Cloutier paved the way for the Cougars on offense. On defense, Andrew Shore, Johnathan Powers and Jack Stansfield were immense and Danny Maldonado had a game-saving interception.
E White vs. Billerica
Cole Schaffer and Brett Baker delivered some punishing hits on defense. Bobby Tower, Mitch Kiluk, Colin Reid, Nick Spiller and Tyler Gigliotti also played exceptionally on the defensive side. Baker scored a TD while Matt Smith, Jameson Muldoon, Troy Muldoon and Stone Rockwood also played solid offensively.
Brookline 27, B Team 0
Kevin Rigsby and Eli Lemasurier were strong on defense despite the loss, and the offense played well despite being unable score. Behind the strong blocking of Alec Hamilton and Liam Schille, Matt LoPresti had a productive running game until being injured.
Brookline 27, E Maroon 7
David Gagnon scored a touchdown and Avi Erickson had the extra point for the Maroons. Other offensive contributors included Michael Lupoli, Sean Stackpole, Jack Gourley, Devin DeJesus and Michael Roberge. The defense was helped by Jake Bartleman, Matthew Carpenter, Joe Hubbard and Michael West.
The Chelmsford B cheer squad qualified for the EMass. competition and the A, C and D squads all won the Merrimack Valley League championships for their division. All four squads will be moving on to the Eastern Mass. competition at Tsongas Center on Saturday, Oct. 29. E and F squads were also in action.