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The only division yet to still play there quarter final playoff games thus far is the Eastern Division 1 confrence. Today the four very exciting division 1 quarter final games will be played. These four games include; Duxbury vs. Marshfield, Billerica vs. Needham, Lincoln-Sudbury vs. Masconomet, and St. John’s Prep vs. Barnstable. Like we said earlier in the week we still predict the powerhouse Duxbury over Marshfield, Billerica over Needham, St. John’s Prep over Barnstable, and Lincoln-Sudbury beating Masconomet.

The rest of the divisions made up for some incredible games.

We went 8 for 13 on our predictions so far.

In the East Division 2 we went 3 for 5 in our predictions. We were correct in expecting North Andover beating Winchester (6-5) Hingham over Catholic Memorial (15-4) and Concord beating Beverly (14-6). We were wrong in predicting Walpole beating Reading. Reading ended up defeating Walpole 9 to 5. Also, we were wrong in predicting Wellesley upsetting Medfield. Medfield went on to win in a tight finish with the final score of 10-9.

In the East Division 3 we went 3 for 4 in our predictions. We were correct in predicting Cohasset defeating Austin Prep (17-1) Dover Sherborn over Hamilton Wenham (10-4) and Weston over Arlington Catholic (6-2). We were wrong in predicting Archbishop Williams over Norwell. Norwell went on to defeat Archbishop Williams 17-6.

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In the Central Division we were correct in predicting Groton-Dunstable over Wachusett. It was a close fought game but Groton-Dunstable came through in the end winning 8-7. We were incorrect in picking the upset Algonquin over St. John’s. In the end St. John’s cruised through Algonquin winning 11-5.

The West Division brought some very similar hard fought games. The first game we correct in predicting South Hadley over Minnechaug. It was a battle to the end, but South Hadley went on to win 7-6 in double overtime. We were incorrect in predicting West Springfield over Longmeadow. This too was a hard fought game till the end, but Longmeadow went on to win in overtime 7-6.

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In the East Division 1 quarterfinals we have Duxbury over Marshfield, Billerica over Needham, St. John’s Prep taking care of Barnstable and Lincoln-Sudbury beating Masconomet.

In the East Division 2 we have North Andover beating Winchester and moving on to face top-seeded Hingham. In other action we have Walpole over Reading, Concord Carlisle beating Beverly, and Wellesley upsetting Medfield.

Finally in the East Division 3 tournament we have heavily favored Cohasset beating Austin Prep, Dover Sherborn over Hamilton Wenham, Weston over Arlington Catholic, and Archbishop Williams advancing over Norwell.

Moving to the Central Division Tournament we have two exciting semi-final matches. First we have Groton-Dunstable over Wachusett then Algonquin upsetting St. John’s, creating a showdown at Foley Stadium between the Crusaders and the Tomahawks for the Central Championship.

The West Division will provide for some great games the rest of the tournament. We have South Hadley over Minnechaug and West Springfield over Longmeadow.

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Read about Duxburys thrilling victory over Division 3 Cohasset. A clear under-dog, Cohasset stormed back in the 4th quarter and gave perenial power and undefeated Blue Wave all they could handle.

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Dana Hills football player Max Burlison, left, presents his game jersey to Air Force Veteran Joe LaMasa during a post-game ceremony at the school’s annual “Honor the Valor” game on Friday, October 13, 2017. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer)

First Sgt. D’Andre Gillon gives a pep talk to Dana Hills High School football players before the start of the school’s annual “Honor the Valor” game on Friday night, October 13, 2017. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer)

Dana Hills High School students display a giant American flag on the football field before the start of the annual “Honor the Valor” game on Friday, October 13, 2017. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer)

Dana Hills football player Dylan Juniper, left, shakes hands with Marine Veteran John Brode Jr., walking with his service dog Ariel, during a post-game ceremony at the school’s annual “Honor the Valor” game on Friday night, October 13, 2017. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer)

Gold Star father John Elliott of San Juan Capistrano does the coin toss during the annual “Honor the Valor” football game between Dana Hills and Laguna Hills at Dana Hills High School on Friday, October 13, 2017. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer)

A Marine Color Guard presents the flag for the National Anthem before the start of the “Honor the Valor” football game between Dana Hills and Laguna Hills at Dana Hills High School on Friday, October 13, 2017. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer)

Dana Hills football players and Veterans of all branches of the military line the end zone during the National Anthem at the annual “Honor the Valor” game at the school on Friday night, October 13, 2017. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer)

First Sgt. D’Andre Gillon gives a pep talk to Dana Hills High School football players before the start of the school’s annual “Honor the Valor” game on Friday night, October 13, 2017. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer)

Dana Hills running back #23 carries the ball while wearing a special camouflage-patterned uniform during the school’s annual “Honor the Valor” game against Laguna Hills on Friday, October 13, 2017. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer)

Veterans of all ages and all branches of the military line up along the sideline of the field opposite a line of Dana Hills High School football players for a post-game ceremony honoring the veteransÕ service as they are presented with special game jerseys at the school’s annual “Honor the Valor” game on Friday night, October 13, 2017. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer)

Dana Hills High School football coach Phil Skinner, left, shakes hands with Marine Veteran Robert Payton while thanking his for his service during an on-field ceremony following the “Honor the Valor” game at the school on Friday, October 13, 2017. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer)

Dana Hills football player Jacob Needen, right, presents his game jersey to Army Veteran Keith Regan during a post-game ceremony at the school’s annual “Honor the Valor” game on Friday, October 13, 2017. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer)

First Sgt. D’Andre Gillon gives a pep talk to Dana Hills High School football players before the start of the school’s annual “Honor the Valor” game on Friday night, October 13, 2017. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer)

Dana Hills High School students display a giant American flag on the football field before the start of the annual “Honor the Valor” game on Friday, October 13, 2017. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer)

A Marine Color Guard presents the flag for the National Anthem before the start of the “Honor the Valor” football game between Dana Hills and Laguna Hills at Dana Hills High School on Friday, October 13, 2017. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer)

Dana Hills football players and Veterans of all branches of the military line the end zone while active duty marines line the sideline during the National Anthem at the annual “Honor the Valor” game at the school on Friday night, October 13, 2017. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer)

Dana Hills quarterback #14 throws the ball while wearing a special camouflage-patterned uniform during the school’s annual “Honor the Valor” game against Laguna Hills on Friday night, October 13, 2017. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer)

Dana Hills’ #85 carries the ball while wearing a special camouflage-patterned uniform during the school’s annual “Honor the Valor” game against Laguna Hills on Friday, October 13, 2017. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer)

A Marine Color Guard presents the flag for the National Anthem before the start of the “Honor the Valor” football game between Dana Hills and Laguna Hills at Dana Hills High School on Friday, October 13, 2017. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer)

Dana Hills running back #23 carries the ball while wearing a special camouflage-patterned uniform during the school’s annual “Honor the Valor” game against Laguna Hills on Friday, October 13, 2017. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer)

Laguna Hills wide receiver Marcus Daniels makes a catch during the “Honor the Valor” game at Dana Hills High School on Friday, October 13, 2017. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer)

Army Veteran Kevin Keim embraces Dana Hills High School football player Scotty Plowden after being presented with a special game jersey during a ceremony at the school’s annual “Honor the Valor” game on Friday, October 13, 2017. (Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer)

DANA POINT — The Dana Hills High School football team on Friday, Oct. 13, got its first league win since 2013, beating Laguna Hills High School 10-0. It was the Dolphins’ first shutout win in nine years.

Head football coach Phil Skinner attributes much of the evening’s success to inspiration from 1st Sgt. D’Andre Gillon, with Headquarters Company 5th Marine Regiment at Camp Pendleton, who spoke to the players before the game. Gillon talked about respect and courage and explained how Marines prepare for a fight.

“He sent tingles down your spine,” Skinner said. “He brought energy like no one else. You could hear a pin drop and when he wanted response from them, he got it. I was ready to bang my head through a wall after that.”

Gillon’s pep talk was part of the school’s sixth annual “Honor the Valor” game in which 52 veterans from all military branches were celebrated for their service spanning campaigns from World War II to Iraq and Afghanistan.

Players each met with their respective veterans during a pre-game dinner. And instead of wearing their own names on the backs of their jerseys, the wore their veteran’s name.

Dana Hills High was the first school in Orange County to hold the veteran memorial tribute, beginning in 2012. Two other schools — Mission Viejo High School and Fullerton Union High School — also have started veteran’s events. Fullerton Union High honored 15 veterans as part of Military Night, also on Friday. Mission Viejo High held its event Sept. 29, for the annual Armed Forces game.

The Dana Hills High event was a collaboration between the school and the Dana Point 5th Marine Regiment Support Group.

It included the unfurling of an American flag across the football field and a performance by the Marine Corps Color Guard. Gold Star parents Cindy and John Elliott, of San Juan Capistrano, were recognized. Their son Capt. Sean Endecott Elliott was killed in July when the C-130 he was co-piloting crashed into a Mississippi bean field. John Elliott participated in the opening coin toss.

“Being a part of a game like ‘Honor the Valor’ really makes you appreciate the people that we are fighting for,” said Sgt. Austin Elder, a Marine career counselor with Marine Corps Recruiting Substation Mission Viejo. “To see the support not only from a few people but an entire community, an entire city and school, is overwhelming. To know that you have those watching your back and caring about what you do.”

The event is held to teach the student body about the service and sacrifice these veterans made for their country, said Terry Rifkin, executive director of the Dana Point support group.

“Many of these veterans left the country to serve when they were the same age as these students,” she added. “It’s a very powerful event.”

Amy Betonte, who helped coordinate the event and whose son Jack Oliver is a running back on the team, said the evening had impact.

“They do not leave these games untouched by the enormity of what their veterans sacrificed for our country and for the values that we, as Americans, hold dear,” Betonte said. “This game causes them to pause and feel how humbling it is to be in the presence of these selfless, valiant men and women.”

The event was started by Jeff Hill, whose son Connor Hill played for Dana Hills High six years ago.

“Myself, the staff and people in this community embrace our veterans and our active duty,” Skinner said. “Our players take part in the Marine car wash and when they are part of that they develop a deep understanding. The Marines come to our workouts and put us through a higher caliber PT (physical training). We have a love and respect for them that is really deep.”

Team captain Tommy Bortnick said the experience was humbling.

“It was surreal to play for brave veterans that risked their lives so that we are able to live in the best country in the world,” said the 17-year-old senior from Laguna Niguel. “The gravity and importance of the game really came to fruition after I presented my jersey to Joe Preis, my veteran. I realized how fortunate I am to play football and be safe when some of my fellow Americans are fighting overseas to protect us.”

For retired USMC Lt. Col Larry Rannals, of San Clemente, the event demonstrated a commitment to the veterans by the school and community.

“As a Vietnam veteran, I can assure you that I’ve never felt so honored and humbled by anything or anyone in any manner that compares to the manner in which Dana Hills High School and its supporting organizations hosted this event,” he wrote to the school afterward. “It was tremendous in every respect.”

Staff Sgt. Lucas Dyer, of San Juan Capistrano, was among the 52 veterans honored. For him, the event offered hope for the future.

“It was rejuvenating in a way that gives me hope that our younger generation is what I envisioned,” said the former staff sergeant who served in the Marine Corps from 2000 to 2013. “Seeing the respect and sincerity in the eyes of the kids, it was great to be part of that.”

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