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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