South Shore High School Football Thanksgiving Scores and Highlights

Thanksgiving high school football is a Massachusetts tradition.

On busy Thursday mornings, the cities come out in full force to support their local teams in their annual rivalry games. But some games have a little more juice this fall.

Yes, we have the classic rivalries like Quincy vs. North Quincy and Plymouth North vs. Plymouth South, which are big games no matter what the records are, but there are four games that directly decide the championship.

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Bristol-Plymouth and Blue Hills battle it out for the Mayflower League title on Wednesday night. On Thursday, unbeaten teams Hull and Duxbury will look to keep their unbeaten seasons alive as they battle for the league title. The Pirates play Cohasset for the South Shore League Tobin Division title, while the Dragons battle Marshfield for the Patriot League Keenan Division crown.

The game that earns the most eyeballs is played at Fenway Park. Once again, the winner of Brockton and Bridgewater-Raynham will walk away as the Southeast Conference winner. The game will also be the last on the sidelines for legendary Brockton coach Peter Colombo.

Wednesday 23 Nov

Holbrook/Avon (4-5) at South Shore Tech (7-4), 5 p.m

Bristol-Plymouth (6-3) at Blue Hills (4-7), 6 p.m

Brockton (8-2) v Bridgewater-Raynham (5-5), 6:30 p.m. at Fenway Park

Thursday (all games at 10am unless otherwise noted)

Norwell (4-6) at Hanover (8-3)

Whitman-Hanson (5-5) at Abington (4-6)

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Carvers (3-7) at Middleboro (7-3)

Rockland (7-3) at East Bridgewater (3-7)

Hull (10-0) at Cohasset (8-2), at Hingham High

Braintree (4-6) at Milton (10-0)

West Bridgewater (7-3) at Southeastern (4-7)

Cardinal Spellman (5-6) with Archbishop Williams (4-6)

Stoughton (3-7) at Canton (6-3)

Duxbury (10-0) at Marshfield (7-3)

Oliver Ames (3-7) at Sharon (6-4)

Hingham (6-4) at Scituate (4-5)

Silver Lake (3-7) at Pembroke (3-6)

North Quincy (3-6) vs. Quincy (5-4)

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Plymouth North (2-8) at Plymouth South (9-1)

Weymouth (4-6) at Walpole (8-2)

BC High (4-6) at the Catholic Monument (10-0), 10:30am

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