Near his own end zone, Greg Viola makes his best catch of the game – pulling in a too-high long snap on a punt attempt. Viola reeled it in and hurried off a punt out to mid-field.
Chris Cyr (85) and Travis Elliot double-team Tyler Campobasso, opening a hole behind them that allows quarterback Dylan Russo to scamper for a 20-yard pick-up.
Scarborough quarterback Dylan Russo scoots past a couple of Scots defenders for an 8-yard run on a keeper.
Senior Ashlyn Haskell and the Scarborough cheerleaders got several chances to show off their athleticism in front of the hometown crowd.
Tyler Campobasso (57) is first to congratulate Tyson Goodale after he scores Bonny Eagle’s third and final touchdown.
After a couple of long penalties almost stifled the Scarborough offense, Dan LeClair (36) bounced off several Scots defenders to twist and score the Red Storm’s first TD on a two-yard run.
Self-inflicted setbacks – fumbles, penalties and interceptions – slowed the Bonny Eagle attack and let the Red Storm explode for a 35-8 lead in the first half.
Scarborough’s Chris Cyr (85) drags a defender into the end zone to score on a 32-yard pass reception from Dylan Russo right down the middle of the field.
Joe Bissonnette picks up a Bonny Eagle first down after a short pass reception, longer run.
Ben Greenberg (11) and Brendon Smith (44) combine to stop Bonny Eagle’s Riley Murphy (37) in the backfield for a 4-yard loss.
Quarterback Tyson Goodale leaps a couple of Scarborough defenders on fourth-and-five for a Bonny Eagle first down on a keeper play around the right end.
Scarborough’s Merrick Madden (87) knocks away a pass intended for Tom Eppich (34).
Bonny Eagle defenders Riley Murphy (37), Isaiah Reynolds (73) and Tyler Campobasso (57) stop Scarborough quarterback Dylan Russo for no gain.
As soon as he touches the ball, Shawn Duane (30) is smacked – very hard – by Scarborough’s Nik Pelletier (33), causing an incomplete pass.
Dylan Russo (12) throws a 12-yard strike to Greg Viola (88) for another Scarborough touchdown.
Part of the next generation of Scarborough football helped with the win, as seventh-graders Nate Gehrke and Drew Cusson return from delivering water during a timeout.


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