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Algonquin beats Westborough in Thanksgiving Day match-up

Westborough High School's Michael Gallo (#7, with ball) tries to elude the grasp of Algonquin Regional High School's Mike Ryan (#15, on ground)

Westborough – Algonquin Regional High School defeated Westborough High School (WHS) 17-16, in a match-up between the two traditional Thanksgiving Day rivals in Westborough earlier today.

WHS scored first with 3:78 in the first quarter on a nice run to the left by Anthony Phillips; the point after was good for a 7-0 lead.? In the second quarter, ARHS's Stephan Roy drilled a field goal with 5:44 left.? Soon after Roy had a touchdown run, but ARHS missed the extra point and the half ended with ARHS up 9-7.

In the third quarter, WHS scored a field goal, which ended up being the only points in the quarter. The fourth quarter saw WHS go up on a nice touchdown pass but the point after went wide.? ARHS then scored with another run by Roy, who also scored the two-point conversion to put ARHS up 17-16, which was the final score. (Photos/Chris Wraight)

 

Westborough High School's Michael Heffernan gets ready to receive the kickoff by Algonquin Regional High School's Stephan Roy.

 

 

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