WELLESLEY UP NEXT FOR NATICK FOOTBALL
The right mix of efficient offensive production and a stifling defense resulted in a 23-6 win over Newtown North last Friday night at Natick’s Memorial Field.
Here’s the start of the game story from Saturday’s Metrowest Daily News:
Natick 23, Newton North 6: Another rout for Redhawks
Natick – It may not have been as visually appealing as an opening-night blowout blowout against Weymouth, but the Natick football team managed to remain unbeaten on the young season with a 23-6 home win over Newton North on Friday night.
The Redhawks are now 2-0 this year (both Bay State Conference wins) while the Tigers fall to 1-1 (0-1 BSC).
“It wasn’t pretty at times, we left some points on the board,” admitted Natick coach Mark Mortarelli. “We didn’t capitalize on some things we should have, but overall we played pretty hard.”
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The freshman team started the winning with a 19-12 win at Newtown North on Friday. Mahlik Field had two TD runs for the 2-0 Redhawks.
The JV team plays Monday night.
The Redhawks return to action on Friday, September 23 at 7 a.m. against Wellesley High School. While this is a road game, it will be played at WESTON HIGH SCHOOL, as Wellesley’s field is under repair.
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