Saturday, November 12, 2011

2011 NHIAA Division IV football final

Trinity 30, Plymouth 14: Trinity High of Manchester stayed unbeaten (11-0) by overpowering Plymouth Regional at sunny Gill Stadium today. The Pioneers won their first Division IV title after moving up from Division V last year. New Hampshire Union Leader story here and more Kevin Gray photos and video:
Trinity won its second title in three years.

YEOMEN'S WORK: Josh Hughes (42) and Ryan Carrier (44), who combined to rush for 180 yards and two TDs, were the last players to walk off the Gill Stadium field.
Josh Hughes was part of a Trinity running game that couldn't be stopped.

Romeo Masuku (32) made a tremendous interception in the third quarter, leading to Trinity's third touchdown. Assistant coach Bob Leonard, pictured, is saying, "He's the best. You can quote me."

Video: Carmen Giampetruzzi touchdown pass to Andrew Lauderdale.

Opening kickoff, press box view.


Gerry Miles said...

great win for Trinity! THey lucked out in the 2d half when they wasted the clock at the end of 3d qtr to punt with the wind and instead had to punt into it to start the 4th qtr.
Hughes was huge. Carmen has a great arm but not the leg speed.

Two Leonards on the sidelines and one in the game - love the connections.

Kevin Gray said...

Very observant, Gerry, you picked up on that mistake at the end of the 3Q. Overall, the Leonards did a superb job coaching this team all year.

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