Bishop Feehan Wins Super Bowl
A 21-7 victory over Lynnfield gives the Shamrocks their eighth championship.
The Shamrocks were able to seal the victory with a goal line stand with 5:54 left in the game. Feehan was able to keep the Pioneers out of the end zone with their goal line defense throughout the game.
Feehan senior quarterback Nick Romero had two touchdown runs, including a game-sealing 36-yard score in the third quarter. Romero faked out the Pioneer defense, which fell for the handoff, allowing the quarterback to run untouched for a 36-yard touchdown and a 21-7 lead.
Romero also had a 10-yard run for a touchdown in the first quarter as the Shamrocks jumped out to a 14-0 lead.
The first time Feehan got the ball, junior running back Isaiah Douglas ran for a 25-yard score.
Before the first half ended, the Pioneers got on the board with a 36-yard touchdown run by junior running back Kyle McGah, cutting the margin to 14-7 at the half.
Romero and McGah were selected as the MVPs by the television broadcaster.
Feehan went 10-2 in their 50th year of football, which ended with their eighth Super Bowl title.
Game Statistics (Provided by Gillette Stadium)
Total Yards: Bishop Feehan 254, Lynnfield 172
Rushing Yards: Bishop Feehan 207, Lynnfield 87
Passing Yards: Lynnfield 85, Bishop Feehan 47
Pass Attempts/Completions: Lynnfield 6 for 20, Bishop Feehan, 1 for 2
First Downs: Bishop Feehan 13, Lynnfield 11
3rd Down Conversions: Lynnfield 7 for 12, Bishop Feehan 6 for 11
4th Down Conversions: Lynnfield 0 for 2, Bishop Feehan 0 for 1
Turnovers: Bishop Feehan 1, Lynnfield 1
Penalties: Lynnfield 2 for 16 yards, Bishop Feehan 2 for 17 yards