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PMHS football secures first win vs. Clarkstown North in homecoming matchup


Pelham football claimed a revitalizing win as it took down Clarkstown North 34-7 during homecoming on Friday. The Pelicans’ record had been 0-5, making the senior night and homecoming win all the sweeter.

Senior captain Eddy Maher opened up the scoring with a 17-yard touchdown pass to fellow senior Nicholas Massaregli. Massaregli followed that up with a 45-yard run for a touchdown early in the second quarter. Senior Quinn Walsh caught a pass for a touchdown later in the quarter.

Pelham tallied stellar stats to secure the win: 115 passing yards and 231 rushing yards.

“The season has been rough, but getting a win on homecoming night in your senior year is all you can ask for,” said senior Cooper Kerr. “It felt good to win again, and doing it in front of a packed home crowd was something special.”

Pelham will play Harrison this week in what is predicted to be their last game of the season. Playoff brackets will be determined after Friday’s game.


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Nicolas is a junior at Pelham Memorial High School. A passionate and involved student, he is a member of the Young Democrats Club, Debate Club, and Breast Cancer Awareness Club. Nicolas joined the Examiner in December of 2022.

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