Ben Smith Present hurts, but future is bright for West Bridgewater

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FOXBOROUGH — After his team was defeated, 30-8, in the Division 8 Super Bowl by defending champion St. Bernard’s, West Bridgewater senior captain Jack DeLuca removed his helmet, dejected as he began to walk off the field Friday evening at Gillette Stadium.

But a glimmer of hope came into the eyes of the 6-foot, 250-pound guard when asked about his brother, Will, a freshman.

“My little brother is one great athlete and he’s going to do something special,” said DeLuca. “I’m sure about that. When he grows up and is an upperclassmen, he’s going to be one heck of a player, and I think the program’s in great hands.”

West Bridgewater (12-1) entered the Super Bowl undefeated behind a dominant ground attack and stingy defense, which recorded seven shutouts this season.

First-year coach Justin Kogler, who took over for 33-year skipper Bill Panos, had the Wildcats playing at a high level right off the bat, and his program should remain top-notch next season with junior playmaker Ben Skinner leading a stellar crop of re

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