Marlborough Shamrocks beat Mill City Eagles 35-14


Marlborough Shamrocks beat Mill City Eagles 35-14
Marlborough Shamrocks’ Zach Grasispicks up the first down during the Eastern Football League matchup against the Mill City Eagles at Kelleher Field. (Photo/Dan Holmes)

MARLBOROUGH – The Marlborough Shamrocks notched another win under their belt this past weekend.

Marlborough faced off against the Mill City Eagles on Saturday under the lights of Kelleher Field and emerged victorious, beating the Eagles 35-14.

With this win, the Shamrocks now stand 4-1 on the season.

This was the second time Marlborough has played the Eagles this season.

The Shamrocks last played Mill City on July 9 in Chelmsford, coming out on the winning side of a 29-18 score. At that time, offensive coordinator Harrison Ingels called it the “first real win of the season.”

That came after the Shamrocks lost their season opener to the Southern New England Admirals and later beat a shorthanded Brockton Bucks.

Now, the Marlborough Shamrocks will face off against the Granite State Destroyers at Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire this Saturday.


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