• Melrose wins Division Four title -- first state championship in school history

    By: Butch Stearns

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    FOXBORO - It's been a magical season for Head Coach Tim Morris and his Melrose Red Raiders and they cap it off in style on Saturday at Gillette Stadium by beating Nashoba Valley 21-0 to win the Division 4 Super Bowl and state championship. 

    As he has done all season, runningback Isaac Seide led the Red Raiders.  He rushed for 184 yards and 2 touchdowns.   

    This is the first state championship in school history for Melrose.  They had been to three previous Super Bowls but lost all three

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