Covering High School Sports in America
Photo by Mike Braca

Members of the Kraft family — Jonathan, Jacob, Robert and Josh — gathered at Belmont Hill School football game on Saturday to watch Robert Kraft's grandson Harry Kraft during a 38-11 victory over Groton School. Harry Kraft accounted for five touchdowns.

And we all thought Tom Brady was the favorite quarterback of New England Patriots' owner Robert Kraft. 

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Harry Kraft, Belmont Hill

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.