NHIAA Football Roundup: It's all Bedford against Goffstown; Campbell rolls
Goffstown's Samual Shearin, is brought down by Bedford's Nathaniel Jaeger, right, with Colin Cashin, running in to help, on Saturday, in Bedford. (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
NHIAA Football ScoresFRIDAY
Bishop Guertin 21, Alvirne 14
Concord 43, Londonderry 7
Pinkerton 61, Man. Memorial 21
Man. Central 56, Merrimack 35
Nashua South 28, Exeter 6
Spaulding 42, Winnacunnet 29
Keene 29, Timberlane 7
Salem 50, Manchester West 6
Trinity 36, Kearsarge 6
Kennett 30, Hanover 8
Portsmouth 41, Kingswood 7 Monadnock 66, Laconia 37
Merr. Valley 21, Pembroke 6
Souhegan 35, John Stark 0
Pelham 42, Winnisquam 0
Newport 42, Raymond 20
Somersworth 39, Epp-Newm 7
Bedford 50, Goffstown 0
Dover 27, Nashua North 21
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Windham 27, Milford 23
Sanborn 45, Con-Val 0
St. Thomas 14, Hollis/Brookline 0
Gilford 33, Farmington-Nute 13 Campbell 43, Franklin 8
Stevens 42, Mascoma Valley 22
I-L-M'ltonboro 20, Fall Mtn. 0
Grizzlies coach Justin Hufft had a tall order facing one of the most dominant teams on both sides of the ball in Division I.
The Bulldogs started off sluggish. A 6-yard touchdown run by Nick Vailas was negated by a holding penalty. The ensuing field goal try was blocked.
A failed extra point made it 6-0 at the end of the first. Two possessions later, Colella hit Nick Vailas for a 12-yard touchdown. A two-point conversion made it 14-0.
After a Goffstown three-and-out, Bedford marched 55 yards in eight plays for a 28-0 lead. Quarterback Dan Colella scored on a 1-yard sneak.
In the second half, Bedford added touchdowns by Aaron Palys and Colin Cashin. Connor Harrison forced a fumble that resulted in a safety to make the final score 50-0.
Bedford's Dan Colella went 9 of 15 for 140 yards passing with one touchdown throwing and two running.
Five different receivers have touchdown catches for Campbell (3-1) this season. Franklin fell to 0-5.
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