The Massachusetts high school football Super Bowl games were held at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro on Friday and Saturday.
Sixteen schools advanced to the MIAA State Football Championships and squared off at the home of the New England Patriots.
No. 7 St. John’s Prep defeated No. 4 Springfield Central 13-0.
No.4 Catholic Memorial defeated No.2 King Phillip
No. 6 Wakefield bested No.1 Milton 34-28.
No. 1 Duxbury defeated No. 2 Grafton 42-7.
No. 2 North Reading defeated No. 4 Shawsheen Valley Tech 44-28.
No.3 St. Mary’s of Lynn defeated No.1 Stoneham 28-8.
No. 1 West Boylston defeated No. 3 Saint Bernard’s 29-6.
No. 1 Hull defeated No. 7 KIPP Academy, 27-6 to clinch an undefeated season.
The state championships are a culmination of more than 100 playoff football games across the state over a four-week span.
This year’s slate of games marked the 15th year Gillette Stadium has hosted the games and the fifth time that all eight championship games will be played on the home turf of the six-time Super Bowl champions.
The Kraft family also treated the participating schools and their fans to an NFL-caliber game presentation with music and replays on the stadium’s high-definition video boards.
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