"I think it was a very good team effort," Attleboro coach Mike Strachan said. "Offensively, we had a lot of weapons out there today for us."
Quarterback Tim Walsh, who only played for the first half, went 6 for 14 in the air for 140 yds. He threw for 2 TDs and ran for another. His first touchdown was the 32nd of his career, tying school record holder Jim Hanewich. His second touchdown pass to receiver Luke Morrison broke the record.
"It feels amazing. I couldn’t do it without my team," Walsh said. "Honestly, we have the best receivers in the league, I think, and the best line too. So, we’ve got to thank them for that."
Morrison caught Walsh's two TD throws. On the ground, runningback Tommy Burns found the endzone from 9 yards out. Damon Belin took an end around to the house from 72 yards out. And, Cameron Sweeny scored from 53 yards out in the fourth quarter.
Mike Cannata, who has been automatic for Attleboro all year, nailed 6 extra points and a field goal.
"He’s very consistent and it’s something again that we’ve taken pride in and we tell the team that you never know you’re going to need it," Strachan said. "He’s just done his job. The kickoffs were great today. Special teams were fantastic. Good team effort."
Defensively, the Blue Bombardiers stifled Taunton quarterback Kyle Maderia, who spent a large chunk of the afternoon on the ground. Maderia was sacked seven times in the first half alone before leaving the game in the third quarter.
"We talk about getting off the ball and re-establishing the line of scrimmage and they did a good job with that today," Strachan said of his front seven.
Attleboro will be tested next week when Big Blue travels to King Philip.
"We’re heading into KP this week and then the playoffs," Walsh said. "We need to be focused and we really need to beat KP."