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September 20, 2013

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Beverly High’s first Super Bowl team, the 1998 squad that went 10-0 and played Dracut at the old Sullivan Stadium in Foxborough, will be honored during a 25-year anniversary celebration for the squad at halftime of the Beverly/Marblehead game on Saturday, Oct. 12 at Hurd Stadium.

All players and cheerleaders who were members of that 1988 team are encouraged to attend. A tent will be set up for the 1988 squad before the game, and at halftime they’ll be feted during an on-field ceremony. Following the game, an informal get together will take place at E.J. Cabot’s Restaurant and Lounge.

If you were a player or cheerleader on that 1988 Beverly High team and would like to take part, please call one of the three football captains from that season: Steve Costa (978-810-8550), Winston Trefry (978-998-0524) or Lon Hamor (978-223-3346).

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Moving The Chains, a column on North Shore high school football, runs each Friday during the fall sports season. Contact sports editor Phil Stacey at pstacey@salemnews.com or at 978-338-2650, and follow him on Twitter @PhilStacey_SN.

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