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Marlborough Wildcats fall in State Championship

The sixth-grade Marlborough Wildcat players and coaches celebrate after winning the American Youth Football (AYF) Central Mass. Super Bowl Nov. 4. Photo/Submitted

Marlborough – Despite its valiant fight against injuries and a strong opponent, the sixth-grade Marlborough Wildcats were not able to pull out a win in the State Finals Nov. 11. The sixth-grade Framingham Flyers proved too much for the Wildcats, winning 35-24 behind a balanced running and passing attack.

Wildcat standouts included: Dominic Carter who led the way, scoring two touchdowns; Trevor Nutt and Richard Webber, who also scored; and Osmar Agreda, who provided stout defense from his linebacker position. Wildcat Trevor also had a key interception at the end of the first half.

The 2012 Marlborough Wildcats included: Benjamin Simmons, Richard Webber, Ryan Kirsch, Christian Basquiat, Ryan Lynch, Jack Tobin, Dominic Carter, Andrew Sullivan, Timothy Soto, Enin Mulligan, Samuel Johnston, Osmar Agreda, Thiago Tolentino, Lou Vigeant, John Zouharis, Nathan Teele, Misael Teo Vega, Trevor Nutt, Brandon Cavicchio, Kevin Macauley, Jonathan Santiago, Kenneth Brescia, Samuel Isaacson, Andrew Buroni, Nicholas Gopaul, Erik Davis and Justin Bates.

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