Big Blue Over Triton: A Closer Look

Here are some stats from Saturday's football game against Triton, as well as some observations from the coach.


The Big Blue's offense was clicking Saturday.

Especially its aerial attack which sizzled in hot conditions on a swampy field at Byfield.

Swampscott quarterback Brian Santry threw for 319 yards, connecting with five different receivers.

And the team's defense and special teams did their jobs, said Swampscott football coach Steve Dembowski.

"We played well and moved the ball often," he said.  "The defense and special teams gave us good field position and we took advantage of it to build a lead."

The team's performance was especially impressive considering 20 players arrived 20 minutes before kick-off due to SATs running late.

The victory improved the Blue's record to 2-3. They take on Malden on Saturday at Blocksidge Field at noon.

Malden lost their last game to Lynn English 35-12.

Coach Dembowski hopes his team can build off the Triton win and string a few wins together.





Santry, 19-31, 319 yards, 2 td’s


Rothwell, 5 for 111 yards, 1 td

Serino, 5 for 72, 1 td

Cronin, 4 for 67

Faulkner, 3 for 54

Carmody, 2 for 15


Cronin 13 for 65, 1 td

Santry, 9 for 63, 2 tds

Carrasco, 1 for 4


Defensive leaders,

Rittiboon, 3 tackles, 3 pass break ups

Mike Faia, 4 tackles, sack,

Carrasco, 5 tackles, sack, 1 pass break up

Raustad, 7 tackles

Sheehan, 6 tackles, 3 pass pressures




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