• King Philip extends streak to 25 games, wins Division 2 state championship

    By: Tom Leyden

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    FOXBORO - The battle of undefeateds didn't disappoint and ended with a baby-faced sophomore kicking the game-winning field goal in the final minutes. 

    Cole Baker's 30-yard field goal with 1:36 remaining lifted King Philip over Lincoln-Sudbury 10-7 in the Division 2 Super Bowl. 

    A defensive battle turned just before the field goal when Jack Webster forced a fumble while sacking Lincoln-Sudbury quarterback Braden O'Connell. The loose ball was recovered by Evan Rice in scoring territory. Shortly after the recovery, Baker trotted on the field and calmly kicked the decisive field goal to win it for the Warriors. 

    The 10-7 victory was King Philip's 25th consecutive win, which includes back-to-back championships. 

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