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Friday Night Lights

Posted by Andrea Murphy at Oct 30, 2004 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )
Metrowest Daily News A look at some of the top local performances from Friday night's football action. TYLER PARRINO, Holliston: The Panthers senior quarterback was a perfect 7-for-7 through the air with 162 yards and two touchdowns. He also had a rushing score.
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Holliston 40 Bellingham 6

Posted by Andrea Murphy at Oct 29, 2004 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )
Boston Globe HOLLISTON 40, BELLINGHAM 6 Friday, Oct. 29, at Holliston 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final Bellingham (3-5) 0 0 0 6 6 Holliston (7-1) 7 14 13 6 40 H -- Chris Valliant 40 pass from Tyler Perrino (Mike Shilalie kick) H -- Perrino 6 run (Shilalie kick) H -- Dave Menapace 5 run (Shilalie kick) H -- Mark Tepercuskie 26 fumble return (Shilalie kick) H -- Jon Neal 23 pass from Perrino (kick fail) H -- Zach Rogers 15 run (kick fail) B -- Seamus Munnelly 1 run (kick fail)
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Parrino, Holliston Stop Bellingham

Posted by Andrea Murphy at Oct 29, 2004 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )
Metrowest Daily News Quarterback Tyler Parrino was perfect passing, leading host Holliston past Bellingham 40-6 at Kamatian Field. Holliston (7-1, 6-0 Tri-Valley League)travels to Dover-Sherborn next Friday in a clash between two the TVL's top teams. Parrino accounted for three Holliston touchdowns, two throwing and one passing. Overall, the senior captain was 7 for 7 for 162 yards and two touchdowns. On the ground, Holliston was led by junior Zach Rogers, who carried eight times for 70 yards and a fourth-quarter touchdown that ended the Panthers' scoring. Bellingham (3-5, 2-4 Tri-Valley League) received a solid performance from Seamus Munnelly, who scored the team's lone touchdown on a 1-yard run. Chris Vaillant intercepted two passes, returning one for 70-plus yards. He also caught a first quarter touchdown pass from Parrino which covered 40 yards.
By T.D. Pointer Metrowest Daily News Fresh off a 26-7 drubbing of previously undefeated Medfield, Holliston looks to further secure its TVL lead when it hosts Bellingham. The Panthers have a standout in quarterback Tyler Parrino, but also possess a battering ram in fullback Zach Rodgers. Rodgers rushed for a career-high 180 yards last week on 23 carries. The defense, however, is also impressive. Defensive coordinator Dave DiGirolamo has his group swarming to the ball and getting pressure on the quarterback every pass attempt. Bellingham, which hasn't had a losing season since 1997, has struggled and playing on the road against a team trying to run the table in league play isn't going to make it any easier. Pick: Holliston.
By Sean Jacquet Holliston Tab Aren't rebuilding projects supposed to take a couple of years? Not for Todd Kiley and the Panther football team. After Friday night's 26-8 win over visiting Medfield, Kiley has the Panthers at 6-1 (5-0 Tri-Valley League), locked in a first-place tie with Westwood after vanquishing the previously unbeaten Warriors. Sparked by the usual suspects, the Panthers dominated, as junior fullback Zach Rodgers rumbled for 180 yards and a touchdown on 23 carries, earning him Friday Night Lights honors from the Daily News. The 5-foot-10, 205-pounder also caught a 14-yard scoring strike from senior quarterback Tyler Parrino (8 rushes, 51 yards; 3-4, 2 TDs). Last week's featured athlete Dave Menapace added a 19-yard touchdown run, while senior wideout Chris Valiant hauled in Parrino's other touchdown pass, a 36-yarder to round out the scoring. The defense, never overlooked by Kiley, also got into the act, sacking Medfield quarterback Kevin Lynch four times. "This is huge for the program," Kiley said. "When alumni come back, they want to see Holliston become a football-rich town again. We still have a long way to go to get where we want to be, but this is a good start."