Not by a long way.
On Saturday, Bob Kraft and his family watched his grandson Harry Kraft
lead Belmont Hill (Belmont, Mass.)
to a 38-11 victory over Groton School.
Harry accounted for five touchdowns — four passing and one running — as Belmont Hill improved to 1-1.
Besides being a good athlete, Harry was rewarded the Newell Howes Morton award in middle school for the student-athlete who best exemplifies the school's tradition of good sportsmanship and fair play.
The team opened the season with a 16-10 overtime loss to BB&N. Harry Kraft had a 30-yard touchdown pass in that game to Charlie Durbin
. BB&N won the game on a 104-yard interception return in overtime.
Obviously Harry Kraft shook off the discouraging loss with Saturday's performance.
And we all thought Tom Brady was the favorite quarterback of New England Patriots' owner Robert Kraft.