| | Advanced Search


Monfredo: Former Worcester Public School Member Publishes Book—A professional manual for students and professionals

QCC 50th, Celebrating Students: Ato Howard—A Biomedical Engineering student on the rise

MA Beauty Insider: Pedi Nation – Get the Best Pedicure Ever—A guide to finding a pristine pedi place

Fit for Life: Fail to Plan? Plan to Fail—Plan and prioritize, and you will prevail

Tom Finneran: Running on Envy—America's doctors run the gauntlet of envy

Arthur Schaper: Justina: Still Not Free—The crusade continues

Central MA Up + Comer: Vision Advertising CEO Laura Briere—Meet Central MA's rising stars...

FlyORH: Vote for Worcester in JetBlue Contest—Supporting ORH and JetBlue....

Catch the Moscow Festival Ballet With Your WOO Card—Where will you be WOOing this weekend?

Acclaimed Author Leah Hager Cohen to Give Reading at Holy Cross—Will read from new novel 'No Book but…


slides: Auburn and Valley Tech Make History With Super Bowl Wins

Wednesday, December 05, 2012


For Auburn, it was an impressive fifth consecutive Super Bowl win, while Blackstone Valley Tech finally broke through to capture a championship. Either way, both teams scored historic victories Saturday on the campus of Worcester State, so click through our slideshow to relive some of the best moments from both games.

Prev Next

Power Football

Auburn fullback Robert Sivret Jr. plows ahead for another Rockets first down. Sivret would later rush for a touchdown.

Prev Next

Drew Goodrich

Most people think of the Rockets as a running team, but don't tell that to senior quarterback Drew Goodrich. The often overlooked Goodrich threw for two quick touchdowns at the end of the first half to turn a 7-6 deficit into an 18-6 lead.

Prev Next

A Red Zone Threat

Auburn senior receiver Nate Conway snatches this ball out of the air for a touchdown late in the second quarter. Conway has used his height effectively in the red zone all season.

Prev Next


Though it was a chilly night, the Auburn cheerleaders still turned out to support their boys. They were not disappointed, as the Rockets took home their fifth consecutive Super Bowl victory, defeating Tantasqua 33-7.

Prev Next

The Rocket

The Rocket was in the house, though he didn't get active until the end of the first half. It seems a fast start by Tantasqua dampened his spirits initially.

Prev Next

Moving the Chains

Tantasqua running back Liam Fuller falls forward for a Warrior first down. Tantasqua's offense gave Auburn fits both running and passing the ball early on.

Prev Next

A Fast Start

Tantasqua quarterback Randy Harrington had the hot hand early, and found Spencer Duncan for an first quarter touchdown. The Warriors took a 7-6 lead, handing Auburn only its third deficit of the entire season.

Prev Next

Getting it Started

Captains from both Blackstone Valley Tech and Bay Path meet at midfield before kickoff of the Division 6 Super Bowl. Bay Path had defeated BVT earlier this season and in last year's playoffs. Clearly, the Beavers were out for revenge.

Prev Next

Stone Walled

Bay Path's Joe Dabrowski runs into a human wall formed by Beaver defenders here in the second quarter. The Bay Path offense never got going, and BVT's aggressive front-seven was a big reason why.

Prev Next


Bay Path's Scott Borowy congratulates teammate John Vidal after his interception of Beavers quarterback Daniel Avery. Unfortunately, the Minutemen could do nothing with the opportunity.

Prev Next

Nowhere to run

Bay Path quarterback Kyle Thibeault could find little room to work against the Beaver defense. Not that either offense could really do much in the 6-0 BVT win.

Prev Next

Breaking Free

Valley Tech's Benjamin Reiffarth scored the only points of the day, returning the game's opening kickoff 71 yards for a touchdown.

Prev Next


Blackstone Valley Tech finally got by its old nemesis Bay Path 6-0, and Nic Wojnar (12) and his teammates couldn't help but start the celebration a little early.


Related Articles


Enjoy this post? Share it with others.

Write your comment...

You must be logged in to post comments.