High-SchoolMassachusetts: Jaylen McRae

No. 1 Everett didn't encounter any drama on the field this weekend, dispatching Medford, 41-14 on Saturday. But there was a monumental moment during the game, as Crimson Tide quarterback Jonathan DiBiaso broke the state's all-time record for touchdown passes. DiBiaso, a senior, threw four TD passes in the first quarter to bring his career total to 86. The record-breaker was a beautiful 55-yard bomb to Jaylen McRae. DiBiaso finished with six touchdowns in the game, pushing the new record to 88.

The rest of the POWERADE state rankings remain the same this week, as every squad was victorious.
  1. Everett (8-0) — Defeated Medford, 41-14 (last week: No. 1)
  2. Duxbury (8-0) — Defeated Silver Lake, 34-7 (last week: No. 2)
  3. Boston College (5-3) — Defeated Malden Catholic, 44-7 (last week: No. 3)
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