Brunswick scored touchdowns on offense, defense, and special teams en route to a convincing 40-14 conference win over Salisbury in front of a boisterous Homecoming crowd at Cosby Field on Saturday evening.
Kicking off the Saturday Homecoming events, the Brunswick water polo team defeated Staples H.S., 17-1, in Mehra Natatorium. The Bruins dispatched the Wreckers earlier in the week on the road, 19-4. Co-captain Will Marvin and Simon Derby scored six and five goals, respectively, for Brunswick (15-1).
In front of a boisterous Homecoming crowd, Brunswick fell to South Kent, the number two team in New England, on Friday at Cosby Field, 4-0. The loss drops the Bruins to 4-6-1 overall, while the Cardinals improve to 9-1.