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2014 Results

* Game One.   
* Game Two. 
* Game Three. 
* Game Four. 
* Game Five. 
* Game Six. 
* Game Seven. 
* Game Eight. 
* Game Nine. 
* Game Ten. 


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2010 Results

Game 1      
Oilers defeat Bay State in Opener
Randolph 21, Brockton 7.  

June 26, 2010

The Randolph Oilers got the season off to a great start with a 21-7 victory over the Bay State Buccaneers


QB James Merrick prepares to fire a td srike vs Bay State 

Game 2
Charlestown defeats rival Randolph
Charlestown 11, Randolph 7

July 9, 2010

The Randolph Oilers fell to 1-1 after a hard fought loss to rival Charlestown. The highlight of the evening was
an electrifying 85 yard kickoff return for a touchdown by explosive Oiler
Will Price.  Details...

Will Price on his way to paydirt


Game 3
Oilers self-destruct vs Quincy
Quincy 27, Randolph 13

July 17, 2010
The Oilers fell to 1-2 after a disapointing 27-13 loss to Quincy. 


Game 4      
Oilers lose to defending EFL Champ Clinton
Clinton 34, Randolph 14

July 23, 2010
The Randolph Oilers battled with the defending EFL champion Clinton Irish Blizard on Friday, but once again came up short. The Oilers continued to show promise and potential, but also continued to fail to execute and maintain drives - the byproduct of guys not consistently showing up for practice... Details....

QB Ryan Myers fires a td pass to Brian Gallo

Game 5
Oilers bid to upset undefeated Boston comes up just short 
Boston 28, Randolph 22

July 30, 2010
Well, the Oilers did not succeed in their goal of shocking the EFL by upsetting the reportedly most dominant team the EFL has seen in the last 10 years. But… at the very least the Oilers did send some shockwaves throughout the league by overcoming significant adversity and nearly pulling off an historic upset. Details...

QB James Merrick drops back in the pocket vs a fierce Boston passrush.


Game 6
Oilers get back on track with blowout victory  
Randolph 55, Midcoast 20

August 7, 2010
After a tough July. the Oilers got August off to a good start with a 55-20 victory against the Mid Coast Falcons (Maine). Despite losing the week before to Boston, the Oilers were able to build off of the momentum they established during their frantic 4th quarter attempt (rallying from down 28-7 behind gutsy qb James Merrick....). Details.

Game 7                                                                                                                                                 
Oilers inch closer to .500 with 2nd Straight win
Randolph 26, Granite State 14

August 14, 2010

The Randolph Oilers faced off on Saturday with a hungry Granite State Knights team, that was hungry for a win in its home opener (yes- they had started with 6 games on the road, and end with 5 straight home games).  And early on it looked like the NH squad may get its wish, going up 7-0 early in the 1st quarter. But the Oilers offense started to click behind qb Ryan Myers and scored 19 unanswered points. Details...



Game 8
Oilers Snatch Defeat from the Jaws of Victory

Braintree 26, Randolph 20
August 20, 2010

Write-up coming soon, but for now it is too painful to even think about. For those who must know, the quick summary is that the Oilers battled back from early deficits to tie the game with 7 minutes to play. With 50 seconds to play Oiler Safety Johnny Epps picked off a Braintree pass and returned it 70 yards before finally being tackled on the 9 yard line. The Oilers attempted teh winning field goal from the 7 with less than 30 seconds to play, but the kick was blocked and returned 93 yards for a touchdown and stunning 26-20 loss. Details....

Game 9
Oilers get back on track with Victory
Randolph 41, Hyde Park 34
August 28, 2010

In a game that came down to the final play, the Oilers preserved with a 41-34 victory over a feisty Hyde Park team that refused to quit. The Oilers offense was in peak form, seemingly scoring at will. Leading the charge was the Oilers offensive line which gave up no sacks and kept QB Ryan Myers safe in the pocket all night.

With the win the Oilers inched closer to securing a playoff spot. With one victory in their final two games the Oilers can control their own destiny and locking a playoff berth.  Details....

Game 10
Oilers self-implode vs Blitzing Bears
Western MA 35, Randolph 6
August 28, 2010

In a game that came could be a preview of the round one playoffs, the Oilers.....











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