The Berkshire Eagle reports that on Saturday at Gillette Stadium, the Millis offense presented a problem the Hoosac Valley defense could not solve.

The Mohawks sent four receivers out wide and with the NFL-distance hash marks on the field, the wide outs looked to be a mile away from quarterback Bryce Latosek. This put Hoosac's defensive backs in one-on-one situations and gave favorable matchups for the Mohawk offensive line inside.

Millis consistently exploited these matchups on the ground and through the air, racking up 389 total yards en route to a 37-0 Division VIII state championship victory. The lopsided 37-0 win gives Millis its second straight state title.

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