“They’re the league champs and we have the lucky opportunity of being able to try to knock them off,” Boyle said.
The Vikings know what they have waiting for them Thursday, for they have already faced Pentucket earlier in the season, a game in which they lost 19-13. Sheehan doesn’t believe that seeing Pentucket earlier in the year is an advantage for his team.
“As of the last two weeks, we are not playing good football,” Sheehan said. “(Pentucket) just came off of a great game against a real good Bedford team. They’re playing as well as anyone in Division 4, and we are not. The advantage goes to whoever plays better Thanksgiving.”