Quincy Presidents 20 – North Quincy Red Raiders 6

Quincy Presidents celebrate their 20-6 victory over rival North Quincy in the 87th annual Thanksgiving Day football game Thursday morning at Veterans’ Memorial Stadium. Derek Little, Isaiah Steinberg and Devin Desmond scored first-half touchdowns for the Presidents in the victory. North Quincy’s Josh Jackson scored for the Red Raiders in the second half for the 20-6 final score. With the win Quincy snapped North Quincy’s three-game winning streak in the traditional holiday match-up. Quincy now leads the series over North Quincy with 48 wins. NQ has 34 wins and there have been 5 ties in the storied rivalry. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth
Quincy School Supt. Dr. Richard DeCristofaro presents the City Football Championship Trophy to Quincy High School following the Presidents’ 20-6 win over the North Quincy Red Raiders Thanksgiving morning. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth
Quincy running back Isaiah Steinberg had a strong game on the ground for the Presidents and scored Quincy’s second touchdown. Here he battles North Quincy’s Brendan Hines for some extra yards. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth
Quincy wide receiver Derek Little hauls in a 23-yard touchdown reception from quarterback Drew Boretti for the Presidents’ first touchdown. Defending for North Quincy is Brendan Hines. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth
Quincy wide receiver Devin Desmond scored the Presidents’ third touchdown on a 62-yard reception late in the second quarter to give the Presidents an insurmountable 20-0 lead over North Quincy. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth
Quincy defensive end Devante Williams pressures North Quincy quarterback Cooper Hansen in the Presidents’ 20-6 win over the Red Raiders in the 87th annual city football championship. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth
North Quincy got on the scoreboard in the third quarter when running back Josh Jackson scored on a three-yard run. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth
Quincy linebacker Thomas Le wraps up North Quincy’s Tyler Le. Quincy’s defense gave up only one touchdown in the team’s 20-6 win over the Red Raiders Thanksgiving Day morning. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth
North Quincy’s Andrew Gott eyes some yards after a reception from quarterback Cooper Hansen. Moving in for the Presidents is Devin Desmond.
Quincy’s fans celebrate a Presidents’ touchdown in the team’s 20-6 win over rival North Quincy Thanksgiving Day morning at Veterans’ Memorial Stadium. With the win Quincy finished the season 3-8; North Quincy also finished their season with a 3-8 record. More coverage of the Quincy-North Quincy football game in the Dec. 5th issue of The Quincy Sun. Quincy Sun Photo/Robert Bosworth
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