NHIAA Football: Tide stake claim to No. 1, top Bedford
Concord, the top-ranked team in the Union Leader/WGIR/WMUR Power Poll, received three touchdowns from running back Marc Gaudet — two rushing and one receiving — and posted a 34-27 victory over No. 2 Bedford at Memorial Field.
Bedford allowed more points against the Crimson Tide than it did in its first six games (26).
The Crimson Tide responded again, however. Law threw a 29-yard TD pass to Seimou Smith and then tossed a completion to Gaudet for the two-point conversion to increase the lead to 34-20 with 10:15 to go in the game.
Concord and Nashua South are now the only unbeaten teams remaining in Division I.
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