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November 4, 2012

Lancers' snap skid with decisive win

NASHUA — Jonathan Young and the Londonderry football team may have saved their best for last yesterday.

The Lancers (3-7) snapped a six-game losing streak in a big way with an impressive season-ending 35-16 victory over Nashua North.

Young led the way with 129 yards rushing and three touchdowns on runs of 3, 28 and 4 yards. Michael Ryan chipped in with 95 yards rushing on just five carries highlighted by a 52-yard jaunt.

Quarterback Dylan Cole, meanwhile, was an efficient 7 of 10 through the air for 72 yards for the Lancers and Joel Rodriguez had a 73-yard kickoff return.

Nashua North opened the scoring midway through the first quarter but the Lancers responded with 14 straight points and never trailed again.

Troy Ward led the defense with 14 tackles while Aaron Gaudet was in on 10 stops.

Londonderry 35, Nashua North 19

Londonderry (3-7): 14 0 7 14 — 35

Nashua North (3-6):  6 6 7  0 — 19

First Quarter

NN — Deric Wagner 14 run (kick failed)

L — Jonathan Young 3 run (Tom Beedham kick)

L — Troy Ward 1 run (Beedham kick)

Second Quarter

NN — Myles Cassin-Reed 11 pass from Brendan Martin (conversion failed)

Third Quarter

L — Young 28 run (Beedham kick)

NN — Cassin-Reed 1 run (Kyle Regan kick)

Fourth Quarter

L — Young 4 run (Beedham kick)

L — Aaron Gaudet 4 run (Beedham kick)

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS

RUSHING: L (46-279) — Jonathan Young 22-129, Michael Ryan 5-95, Dennis Bishop 4-21, Troy Ward 6-17, Aaron Gaudet 7-15, Dylan Cole 2-2; NN (43-274) — Myles Cassin-reed 19-108, Deric Wagner 12-98

PASSING: L — Cole 7-10-0, 72; Brendan Martin 9-16-1, 111; Cassin-Reed 1-2-1, 12

RECEIVING: L — Ryan 4-25, Joel Rodriguez 2-31, Matt Nielsen 1-16; NN — Kyle Regan 6-78, Cassin-reed 2-22, John Vidal 1-16, Damon Mayo 1-7

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