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Catholic Memorial's Harwood returns to old stomping ground and runs over St. John's Prep

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

DANVERS - On homecoming night for St. John's Prep, it was former Eagle Carson Harwood who had himself quite the return to his old stomping grounds.
Harwood totaled 190 yards and a touchdown as the former Eagle guided No. 1 Catholic Memorial to a 38-9 win over their Catholic Conference rivals on Friday night at Cronin Memorial Stadium on Glatz Field in Danvers.
The Knights (5-0) dominated in every aspect of the game, torturing the Eagles (4-1) most notably on the ground. In addition to Harwood, Boston College commit Datrell Jones was impossible to bring down in the open field. When the...
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