North Attleboro – 60-29-8
Chad Peterson connected with Nolan Buckley for a 3-yard touchdown and Zach DeMattio plunged in from five yards out as North Attleboro won its second straight meeting on the holiday. Cam Furtado had a 10-yard touchdown pass to Justin Cote to give Attleboro an early lead.
It was the 100th overall meeting between the two schools, and 97th version on Thanksgiving Day. Bobby Mylod and Nick Rajotte each rushed for two touchdowns, Kyle McCarthy ran one in and Chad Peterson tossed one touchdown.
After falling to the Rocketeers in the regular season, Attleboro extracted some revenge behind three touchdowns from Brendan Nunes (two rushing, one receiving) and sophomore QB Cam Furtado rushed for a pair of touchdowns. North Attleboro sophomore QB Chad Peterson threw for two touchdowns.
North Attleboro’s Kyle Chretien returned a blocked extra point in overtime and Justin Gallagher found Ridge Olsen on a 12 yard pass for the dramatic win.
Attleboro picked up its first win on Thanksgiving since 2008 behind two touchdowns from quarterback Tim Walsh and running back Damon Belin.
North Attleboro 38, Attleboro 14
North Attleboro quarterback Ryan Perron tossed three touchdowns, ran for one more and was named the Offensive Player of the Game.
North Attleboro 14, Attleboro 7
Spyro Varetimos accounted for both of the Rocketeers touchdowns to be named Offensive Player of the Game.
North Attleboro 55, Attleboro 36
This remains the highest scoring game in Hockomock Thanksgiving history. Paul McCarthy had four touchdowns for the Rocketeers while JJ Jolaoso had three scores for the Bombardiers.
North Attleboro 45, Attleboro 12
North Attleboro senior Joe Kummer tossed a pair of touchdowns and ran for a pair on the ground to lead the Rocketeers.
Attleboro 12, North Attleboro 10
The Bombardiers snapped one of its longest droughts in the series with its first win since 1994. Matty Campbell, a 2015 inductee to the AHS Hall of Fame, had a pair of touchdowns in the win.