2012 MIAA SUPER BOWLS
This wasn't your typical Everett Super Bowl victory -- this one even made unflappable coach John DiBiaso queasy. But somehow, in the end, he was the coach getting doused in ice water.
St. John's Prep quarterback Jack Sharrio delivered for the Eagles, needing just five completions to throw for 123 yards and two touchdowns in a blowout.
Reading finished off a 13-0 season with a convincing victory over Mansfield in the Division 2 Super Bowl.
A battle between two of the most explosive offenses in Eastern Massachusetts came down to a defensive stop.
In a stunning turnaround, Sharon captured the Division 3 Super Bowl with a 12-3 over Wayland at Bentley University.
Nick Romero (9 carries, 67 yards, 2 TDs) delivered the knockout punch for Bishop Feehan in the Shamrocks' 21-7 win over Lynnfield.
Abington made a final stand in the red zone, ending it with an interception, to win the Division 4 Super Bowl.
Defense does not always win championships. Cathedrals offense proved that, and Madison Parks defense learned it the hard way Saturday morning at Gillette Stadium.
In only its second season of varsity football, Upper Cape defeated Dorchester to claim the Division 5 title.