Maynard will challenge Milford on the road at 10:00 AM on Thursday. Maynard have a defense that allows only 13.5 points per game, so Milford's offense will have their work cut out for them.
After a sunny season, Maynard have been experiencing darker times in their latest games. Two weeks ago, they came up short against Fitchburg, falling 14-26. Maynard's defeat shouldn't obscure the performances of senior Tommy Smith, who passed for 88 yards and 2 touchdowns, and junior Peter Jordan, who picked up 126 yards on the ground on 24 carries. Smith has now scored at least one touchdown in the past ten games.
Meanwhile, Milford earned some postseason bragging rights after a successful outing two weeks ago. They managed a somewhat close 27-23 win over Norwood.
Milford's victory lifted them to 5-5 while Maynard's loss dropped them down to 8-2. We'll find out if Milford can add another positive mark to their record or if Maynard can shake off the loss and take the spring out of Milford's step.
See how Maynard vs. Milford plays out in the box score here
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