Grafton Indians On Cusp Of First Super Bowl Since 1988

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The Grafton Indians practiced Monday afternoon before their playoff game. Photo Credit: Richard Price

GRAFTON, Mass. – The boys varsity football team on Tuesday is one win away from appearing in the Division 4 Super Bowl, their first since 1988.

Second seed Grafton will play third seed Lunenberg at home.  Kickoff will be at 7:45 p.m. and with snow showers in the forecast, the team that adjusts to the slippery conditions might be the victor.

The Indians will have their hands full with Lunenberg’s senior Greg Abare, who is sixth in the league in rushing and ranks high in passing, scoring and sacks.

But the Indians have prided themselves in a balanced team effort.  However, they have senior Cody Munoz, 14th in rushing, and is one of the best in the league in scoring.

Also, there is Doug Overmann, who has been solid in passing and Corey Charpentier, who is sixth in the league in sacks.

Grafton head coach Mike Ross has stood at the stoop of the Super Bowl before. In 1986, Ross, a senior at Grafton High, was the team captain that led the team to a Super Bowl victory.

Will this be his repeat appearance? Find out Tuesday night.

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Go Grafton!

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