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Nashoba heavily favored vs TOWNSEND North Middlesex Regional quarterback John Boutwell admits archrival Nashoba Regional has "been kicking our can for a couple of years now." But Boutwell and the entire North Middlesex football program believe this is the year that Nashoba's dominance on Thanksgiving Day finally ends. "We're really trying to beat them this year; I think we have the best chance to do it," said the strong armed Boutwell. "We have weapons everywhere. 18 game. SENTINEL ENTERPRISE / KENT BOYNTON From 2007 12, the Chieftains have rolled by scores of 28 6, 42 12, 42 0, 47 0, 52 14 and 46 14. "They have been superior to us," legendary North Middlesex coach Sandy Ruggles said. "They are still a very good team, but I think we've closed the gap against the mighty Chieftains. They're a good team and it's a challenge for us, but we're looking forward to the challenge." Despite being the favorite, Nashoba first year coach Jamie Tucker has great respect for the North Middlesex program and coach Ruggles. "North Middlesex is a good program and they've played well against us," Tucker said. "North Middlesex has a strong tradition, like we do, and I know coach Ruggles will have them ready to play. For Nashoba, the offensive line has been a major key in opening up huge holes in the running game and giving quarterback Matt Mudgett time to execute the play action passing game. "Our line has been tremendous all season," Tucker said. Anchored by starting linemen Mike d'Entremont, Matt Curtin, Nick Tavis, Wilson Fay and Travis Macko, Nashoba has ridden a three pronged backfield attack of Frankie Chiodo, Matt Sabourin and Eli Williams. Chiodo, a bruising fullback who Ruggles says "is bigger than most of our linemen," made it a point to give kudos to his offensive line. "We've got a lot of great guys here that work hard," Chiodo said. "It all starts up front with the linemen protecting. If they don't protect, we don't get those big runs or the big passes." North Middlesex knows it must handle Nashoba's running game if it expects to have a chance to pull off the upset. "That's the challenge, to bend but don't break," Ruggles said. "We need to make them string plays together. We can't give up big plays. We've got to try to prevent that and make them drive the field, and then we have to create turnovers and put pressure on them and get the ball back for ourselves. "They have some offensive weapons and they come at you. The key is you can't just stop one person. There is a balance to their offense. The key is to stop the run." The 6 foot 7 Kevin Connelly is a matchup problem on the outside for any opposing defensive back. "He's given us that vertical threat," Tucker said. "You have to respect that because he might go deep." North Middlesex's defensive strength is at linebacker with Boutwell, Dylan Woods and Jesse Cronin. "(Boutwell's) done a great job," Ruggles said. "As good as he's been on offense, he's really blossomed and helped us tremendously on defense. He's become a very good two way player for us." Josh Girard and Yanni Halkiadakis supply the power on the defensive line, while Jared Borneman and Cam Clermont highlight the secondary. Nashoba's defense is also going to be challenged with the Patriots' spread offense, led by gunslinger Boutwell. The junior signal caller is surrounded by weapons. Woods who has a fractured finger but is still catching passes with a cast on his hand in practice has developed nice chemistry with Boutwell. "Dylan is a breakaway player," Ruggles said. "He has the ability single handedly to break the game wide open." Nashoba safety Drew Schartner, who enters with four interceptions and is the second leading tackler on the club, is well aware that the duo of Boutwell and Woods can be extremely dangerous. "We know that they are their two biggest players," he said. "We know they have a lot of good skill position players, but we've been preparing and I think we should be ready for them." Ryan McDonald, Matt Wheeler and Matt Wetherell are also sure handed receivers, while Tyler Zech and Trey Callahan are the two main threats in the backfield.