The Red Raiders started off the 2012 campaign last night with a 55-6 drubbing of B.M.C. Durfee High School on the road, a game that featured a 95-yard touchdown on a the game’s opening kickoff. Durfee won the coin toss prior to the game’s start and it is likely it regretted that decision as senior Tedaro France took the ball 100 yards for a touchdown.
France scored two touchdowns on the day, as did quarterback Nick Peabody who went 14-23 passing for 22 yards. Peabody threw for five TDs and found the likes of Hayden Murphy, James Burke and Dylan Morris wide open time and time again. Justus Chaffee scored the game’s final touchdown and Terrence Mudie went 7-8 kicking PATs.