November 4, 2012

Western A football: Trojans cruise, 49-14

By Kevin Thomas kthomas@pressherald.com
Staff Writer

SACO — Thornton Academy convincingly marched to the Western Class A championship game with a 49-14 romp over Scarborough in a semifinal game Saturday afternoon at Dr. Paul S. Hill Jr. Stadium.

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Andrew Libby of Thornton Academy, left, knocks the ball away from Scarbrorough's Kenny Adams on a second-quarter pass attempt in the Western Class A semifinals Saturday. The Trojans won, 49-14.

Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

Second-seeded Thornton (9-1) will play at No. 1 Cheverus (10-0) next Saturday. The Trojans’ only loss came to the Stags on Oct. 13, 28-14.

On Saturday, Thornton took a 42-7 halftime lead.

On the Trojans’ first play, quarterback Eric Christensen found Dylan Morton alone for a 40-yard touchdown pass.

Scarborough responded immediately, with quarterback Dylan Russo connecting with Merrick Madden for an 80-yard score, tying the game 7-7.

But it was all Thornton from there. The Trojans scored every time they had the ball in the first half, outgaining the Red Storm 270-168.

Thornton scored on the opening drive of the second half for a 49-7 lead.

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