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Winston’s big day paces Wildcats

In each game this season, the Lee Wildcats have found a new way to win a game. Sometimes it’s the defense smothering its opponents. Sometimes the running game carries the load for four quarters. Sometimes a receiver dominates his matchup. The only common thread is that it’s always convincing.
Friday, the way was on the shoulders of quarterback Homer Winston, as the Wildcats ran away from the Belchertown Orioles Friday, winning 28-7 and extending their unbeaten run to six games in a row.
Winston was responsible for all four touchdowns, throwing three and running the final one in himself to shut the door.

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