Queen City Football Jamboree
Trinity, Giampetruzzi look sharp
"We're looking good," Giampetruzzi said. "We're young on the line, but skill guys are what we're blessed with this year. We have to get better on defense. We only gave up six points, but we gave up too many yards."
Salem beat Souhegan 20-7 in the only matchup between first-year head coaches. Senior running back Jason Martinez, who will likely be Salem's top offensive threat, scored Salem's first touchdown on a 16-yard run.
Sophomore quarterback Mitch Coy threw two TD passes for the Crusaders.
"We made some big strides since earlier in the week when we scrimmaged Bedford," BG coach Travis Cote said. "This was a step in the right direction."
"I think we should be right there," Cote said. "I think we should be a team that's playing for a playoff berth."
"You better pay attention to Manny," Pinkerton coach Brian O'Reilly said. "When you have that kind of weapon you need to use it. I will use it. Trust me."
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