By Lorenzo Recupero
With the 42-6 win over rival Malden, the Crimson Tide are one win away from capturing the Greater Boston League Title and a guaranteed spot in the MIAA postseason.
In order to do so, they’ll have to come up big against another GBL rival in the stout Lynn Classical Rams.
Both squads are meeting at the height of their competitive seasons, too, with the Rams (5-1) on a 4-game win streak and the Crimson Tide (6-1) riding a 6-game win streak into the decisive matchup.
To be victorious against Lynn Classical, the Tide will need their strong defensive play from the win over Malden to carry over.
The Rams average 28 points per game, making them one of the best scoring teams the Tide have matched up with thus far.
Crimson Tide Coach Robert DiLoreto is getting the team ready for what should be a competitive game.
“We are preparing hard for Lynn Classical. They are a team that is well-coached, they play fast, physical and disciplined football,” said DiLoreto. “Our team will need to play our very best football on Friday night in all three phases of the game,” he said.Continue reading “Crimson Tide Top Malden, Win Sixth Straight”