Coins commemorating this year's 100th anniversary Thanksgiving Day football game between English and Classical are still available. The silver coins are 1.5" in diameter and include a clear case. The English bulldog is on one side and the Classical ram is on the other. The cost is $25 each. Contact Monica Harris at email@example.com or call Monica Harrs at 617-759-1318.
By Rich Tenorio / The Daily Item Photo: Owen O'RourkeLYNN — In a game filled with worthy performances on both sides, the Lynn English football team prevailed, 13-12, to win the 100th Thanksgiving Day game between the crosstown rivals.
"I'm flabbergasted with how well both teams played," Bulldogs coach Peter Holey said. "The people of Lynn who braved (the cold weather) saw a classic. I expected it to be tight."
Indeed it was ... right down to the final minutes of the final quarter.
Trailing 12-6, English faced second-and-eight at midfield when quarterback Lucas Harris unloaded a beautiful pass to Chris Lessard, who stretched his arms for a 31-yard catch at the Rams' 19. The Bulldogs called timeout with 1:20 left in regulation. [Read more]
The girl's powderpuff team defeated Classical at Manning Field Sunday to win the annual girls football game. Rashida Ellis helped lead the Lady Bulldogs to victory with an outstanding passing and rushing performance. Nicolette Angelli did a fine job at quarterback and Rachel Roy did a tremendous job kicking for the team. Other Bulldog touchdowns were scored by Diondra Woumn and Makayla Everett. Congrats ladys! Click here for photo gallery.
THE GAME: Classical @ English 10AM Manning Field
LYNN — The Lynn English High School Student Council raised $1,200 during 10 days in October for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Pennies for Patients campaign, but it was a ninth-grader who topped the fundraising ticket.
Osayi Ayinal collected more than $250 aimed at fighting blood diseases. Three other students also did themselves and their school proud collecting more than $100 each. Angelica Martinez raised $188, Ryan Whittier pulled together $163 in donations and Justin Kim brought in $125. The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society called the four students “fantastic examples of the type of student we have at Lynn English High.” [Read more]
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