, Newburyport, MA


November 20, 2012

Pentucket defensive linemen on the move


The line will be looking to read Vikings junior quarterback Brad Whitman and protect the gap.

“Basically it’s the same thing we’ve done all season” says Pizzarella. “Just getting off the ball and trying to beat them off the line of scrimmage. We’ll try to take the neutral zone, that’s the big thing.”

Once business is taken care of against Triton, all but Lagault will get on about the business of the rest of their lives.

“They’ve been a good group to work with,” says Hayden. “I’m very happy with them, and we wish them the best with their future.”

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