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Super Bowl Saturday 2011: Massachusetts High School Football Titles Decided

It may only be December, but Super Bowl fever took over Gillette Stadium on Saturday, as the home of the New England Patriots hosted six of the 18 Massachusetts high school football title games on Super Bowl Saturday.

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Super Bowl Saturday 2011, WMass D2: Longmeadow Defeats Springfield Central, 35-7

In today's match-up for the Western Mass. Division I championship Longmeadow easily defeated Springfield Central, by a score of 35-7. Longmeadow jumped out to a 13-0 lead with four minutes remaining in the first half on two impressive drives. Springfield Central answered however; with a touchdown 30 seconds before halftime, cutting Longmeadow's lead to 13-7 going into the locker room.

From the third quarter on it was all Longmeadow, who outscored Springfield Central 22 to zero in the second half to win by a final of 35-7. Frankie Elder and Terry Norris both scored two touchdowns a piece. Elder was also forced to play some emergency quarterback because of injuries. He finished the game with 16 carries for 123 yards and two rushing touchdowns. He was also five for five throwing the football for 89 yards and two more touchdowns.

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Super Bowl Saturday 2011, CMass DI: Leominster Defeats St. John's, 21-6

In today's title game for the Central Mass. Division 1 high school football championship Leominster gained the early momentum with a goal-line stand on defense. They were able to hold St. John's on two consecutive downs from the five-yard line and later took a 6-0 lead. The first quarter ended with Leominster leading 6-0.

The first score of the game came on a trick play, a wide receiver pass, for a 44-yard touchdown. The second quarter was also dominated by Leominster, who put together a nearly 10-minute, 19-play drive to end the half. They scored on a play action rollout with six seconds remaining in the half, and converted the two-point conversion to enter half leading 14-0.

Leominster scored again late in the third to make it 21-0. St. John's finally got on the board with a touchdown in the fourth, but couldn't amount much more against a stout Leominster defense. The final score of the game was 21-6. The now 10-3 Leominster Blue Devils are Central Mass. DI champs.  

-- For more Super Bowl Saturday coverage, follow along with our stream all day Saturday.

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