New Hampshire Football Report

Late TD lifts Plymouth

Plymouth 27, Bow 24
at Wildcat Stadium

Quarterly Report

Bow 7 10 0 7 24
Plymouth 6 8 0 13 27

Moments That Mattered

Plymouth trailed 24-20 with 4:02 to play when it took possession on its own 25-yard line. The Bobcats drove the 75 yards in nine plays, and took the lead on a 15-yard pass from Brandon Roy to Garrett Macomber with 16 seconds to play. It was the second pass Roy threw in the game. He was 2 for 2 for 26 yards and the TD.

Beyond The Box Score

It was the 24th state championship for Plymouth (10-2). Bow (9-3) reached the Division II championship game in its first season after moving up from Division III.

Talking Points

Plymouth fullback Garrett Macomber: “It feels great. First time I’ve ever been in the playoffs. Couldn’t ask for anything more than this.”

Plymouth coach Chris Sanborn: “I don’t really like throwing the ball to be honest with you, but sometimes you gotta do it to win the game. You gotta take what they give you.”


Macomber ran for 178 yards and two touchdowns on 31 carries. He finished the season with 2,373 yards rushing. … Bow’s running back Jack Corriveau caught two touchdown passes and scored on a 3-yard run.  He finished the game with five receptions for 103 yards. … Bow QB Matt Harkins completed 17 of 28 passes for 248 yards and two touchdowns. … Bow was 8 of 11 on third-down conversions. Plymouth was 7 of 11. Both teams scored on each of its three trips into the red zone. … Bow’s Mac Kimball kicked a 31-yard field goal. … Plymouth’s Colby Moore made a game-high 10 tackles.

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