Boosted by Hayden Murphy’s 127-yard, three-touchdown performance, the Barnstable High School Red Raiders (6-1) devoured the visiting Dartmouth Indians (3-4), 41-6, last night at W. Leo Shields Memorial Field. Senior quarterback Kristian Lucashensky went 16-20 and 225 yards in the air and two touchdowns, including a 78-yarder to senior wideout Colby Blaze. It was the 10th longest pass play in Barnstable High School football history.
Nathan Yingling led the defense with 11 tackles on the night, including three solo tackles and a sack for a loss of 7 yards. Junior Bo Delaney and senior Justus Chaffee also scored touchdowns for the Red Raiders. Blaze had 83 yards receiving on two catches as well as his touchdown.
It appears that Barnstable will have to face Marshfield once again, still at home, next weekend in the MIAA Div. 2 quarterfinals. Stay tuned for more info.