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Wahconah football put forth a gallant effort in Foxborough, but couldn't catch Cohasset. The Warriors ultimately fell 27-12 in the MIAA D-VII state championship game on Wednesday at Gillette Stadium.
Eleven-straight steps in the right direction has the Wahconah football team standing in the tunnel of Gillette Stadium.
Wahconah has played three previous games at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, going 1-2 in those games. Most recently, the Warriors fell to Mashpee in 2016 in a state final. Here's a look back at all three visits to Fort Foxboro.
There are some pressing issues fans of Wahconah football should know before travelling to Gillette Stadium this week or tuning in to watch or listen to the state champions hip football game.
When Wahconah takes the turf at Gillette Stadium, the team on the opposite sideline will be the Skippers of Cohasset.
The Eagle dug threw 11 game stories from Wahconah football's 11-0 season thus far and picked out a series of quotes that illustrate this journey through an unbeaten year in the run up to Wednesday's state final.
The Wahconah football team is hard at work this weekend preparing for Wednesday's state championship game. The Eagle caught up with four of the Warriors seniors to get a little more backstory on how this program earned the chance to compete at Gillette Stadium for the ultimate prize.
Wahconah football is headed to a State Super Bowl. Brad and Ben Noyes led the way, as the Warriors punched their ticket to Gillette Stadium behind a 22-7 victory over Central Mass. power Northbridge on Saturday in the MIAA D-VII State Semifinals.