LITTLETON — Kevin Frisoli scored on a pair of rushes to power the undefeated Littleton High football team past visiting Ayer Shirley, 34-14, on Thanksgiving morning.
Littleton is preparing for the MIAA Division 6 Super Bowl clash on Saturday, Dec. 2.
The Tigers (11-0) will battle Middleboro in Foxboro at Gillette Stadium, the home of the New England Patriots.
Kickoff time is 9 a.m. sharp.
But the Tigers did not overlook Ayer Shirley — the hosts led 8-0 after one quarter and then poured it on with an 18-point second quarter to lead 26-7 at halftime.
Littleton broke on top first in the opening quarter on a 32-yard run by Mike Crory. Frisoli added the two-point conversion rush.
Frisoli scored his opening TD on a 4-yard rush before Ayer Shirley got on the board thanks to a 60-yard scoring dash by Steve Lawton.
Lawton was named this week as the Midland-Wachusett E Division Defensive MVP.
In the second quarter, however, the Tigers pulled away as Will Scott scampered into the end zone for five yards out and Scott lofted a 32-yard TD pass to Austin Lynn.
Littleton’s final TD came in the third as Frisoli scored on a 16-yard run and Lynn added the two-point rush. In the fourth, Mick Mitrano capped the scoring for Ayer Shirley when he hauled in a 5-yard pass from Lawton.
Ian Miller was 2-for-2 on extra-point kicks for the Panthers.