MIDDLEBURY - Southern quarterbacks Keegan Corbett of Mount Anthony UNION HIGH SCHOOL and Sam Stockwell of Woodstock Union High School teamed up to lead the South to a 61-39 win in this year's Vermont Senior Bowl, played Nov. 21 in Middlebury.
Corbett completed 21 of his 31 passes for 358 yards and four touchdowns. Stockwell added two more TD passes, including the game clincher, a 47-yard completion to Brandon Boyle with just 3:56 left to play in the game.
Rutland High School Raiders' wide out Ricky Lantman caught three of those touchdown passes, while Mount Anthony's Mike Rogers added a TD reception to the win. Brattleboro's Davin Freeman made a huge contribution to the South's victory by finding the end zone four times. Freeman had touchdown runs of 6, 4 and 77 yards and added a TD catch for his fourth touchdown.
Max Librizzi, quarterback of the Division I State Champion Essex Hornets, put together one final fantastic performance Corbett completed 29 of 46 pass attempts for 446 yards including three interceptions and six touchdowns.
Five of those TD catches were made by targets familiar to Corbett, Essex teammates Pat Nee and Kevin Jenko. Nee hauled in three TD passes while Jeriko caught a pair. Librizzi's other touchdown completion was to BFA-St. Albans' Matt Wainscott
For the South it was their second straight win and they now hold a 5-4 edge in the series. For some of these seniors this was their last high school football game ever, while others will suit up one more time next summer to take on New Hampshire in the 2010 Shrine Game.