Super Bowl Saturday 2011, EMass Division III: Concord-Carlisle Defeats Oliver Ames, 42-9

Concord-Carlisle prevailed against Oliver Ames on Massachusetts Super Bowl Saturday, 42-9, completing an undefeated season.

The Patriots drew first blood in the first quarter after a fumble recovery set up a George Craan touchdown. They continued to control play during the remainder of the first half. Craan added another touchdown and Henry Bumpus caught a 20-yard, fourth-down touchdown pass to give Concord-Carlisle a 21-3 lead at intermission.

Halftime did nothing to stop Concord-Carlisle's momentum. The Patriots scored again two minutes into the third quarter when Tyquan Culbreath punched in a 35-yard touchdown run. Then Bumpus struck again, intercepting an Oliver Ames pass and then making his second touchdown reception on the first play of the ensuing possession. His second score came just 31 seconds after Culbreath's. 

Craan added another touchdown in the fourth quarter for good measure, making the score 42-3.

Oliver Ames responded with a Sam Langston touchdown that capped an 80-yard drive, but it was too little, too late. The Tigers' only score came on a field goal in the first quarter.

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