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Feingold's last-second field goal gives Marblehead victory

Posted On: Dec 5, 2021   |   Posted By: Boston Herald

SWAMPSCOTT - Eli Feingold has booted longer kicks... in practice. Never in his life had he made a field goal of this magnitude until Thursday.
The Marblehead High senior stepped onto the Blocksidge Field turf with 2.7 seconds on the clock in a 28-28 game and absolutely drilled the decisive 37-yard field goal as time expired.
Feingold's second 3-pointer of the season gave the Magicians a wild 31-28 win, pushing their season mark to 11-0 and laying their claim as undisputed Northeastern Conference champion.
“I got the call to warm up by our special teams coach (after Swampscott had tied things at 28-28 with 45.4 seconds left in the game),” said Feingold. “I knew I had to lock in and be ready for the opportunity. I know my holder and snapper will get it down. The line's great. I just know I have to do my job. I felt it off my foot, felt good, a little low but it went through. That's all that matters.”
The boot clinched Marblehead's 11th straight win in the 118th meeting between the teams.
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