Presidents Shut Out Red Raiders 14-0; Charles W. Djerf Press Box Dedicated

Quincy quarterback James Lam holds the city football championship trophy aloft as his teammates celebrate the Presidents 14-0 win over the North Quincy Red Raiders in the 81st city football championship game Thanksgiving morning at Veterans' Memorial Stadium. At lower right is Quincy head football coach Bill Reardon. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

Quincy quarterback James Lam holds the city football championship trophy aloft as his teammates celebrate the Presidents 14-0 win over the North Quincy Red Raiders in the 81st city football championship game Thanksgiving morning at Veterans’ Memorial Stadium. At lower right is Quincy head football coach Bill Reardon. Quincy scored its two touchdowns on runs by Captain Alex Alexandre and Jahvae Hansom-Fields. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

Quincy's Jalen Chase (left) and North Quincy captain Vinny Tran pause at midfield to congratulate one another on their fine efforts in the 81st annual Quincy-North Quincy football game Thursday morning. Both players are seniors and have played their final games for their respective high schools. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

Quincy’s Jalen Chase (left) and North Quincy captain Vinny Tran pause at midfield to congratulate one another on their fine efforts in the 81st annual Quincy-North Quincy football game Thursday morning. Both players are seniors and have played their final games for their respective high schools. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

Quincy Presidents are city football champs again after defeating rival North Quincy Red Raiders 14-0 Thanksgiving morning at Veterans' Memorial Stadium. Quincy has now one the last two holiday games and lead the overall series 45 wins to North Quincy's 31 victories. There have also been five ties. More game coverage in next week's Quincy Sun out on newsstands Wednesday, Dec. 4. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

Quincy Presidents are city football champs again after defeating rival North Quincy Red Raiders 14-0 Thanksgiving morning at Veterans’ Memorial Stadium. Quincy has now one the last two holiday games and lead the overall series 45 wins to North Quincy’s 31 victories. There have also been five ties. More game coverage in next week’s Quincy Sun out on newsstands Wednesday, Dec. 4. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

The family of Charles W. Djerf applaud the unveiling of the sign dedicating the press box at Veterans' Memorial Stadium in memory of the late public address announcer. Mr. Djerf was the voice of school boy high school in Quincy for 47 years. He passed away earlier this fall. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

The family of Charles W. Djerf applaud the unveiling of the sign dedicating the press box at Veterans’ Memorial Stadium in memory of the late public address announcer. Mr. Djerf was the voice of school boy high school in Quincy for 47 years. He passed away earlier this fall. The dedication ceremony took place during halftime at the Quincy-North Quincy Thanksgiving Day football game Thursday. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth

 

 

 

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