CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Football isn't a game of moral victories, but Cambridge proved a point against No. 2 Everett last week, putting up 30 points on the Crimson Tide while showcasing a modified "Air Raid" attack led by quarterback David Maaghul.
On Thursday, ESPN Boston High Schools editor Brendan Hall caught up with the man behind the Falcons' attack, head coach John Shea. In this edition of Chalk Talk, Shea breaks down his team's scoring plays from Friday's game as well as some of the finer points of the Falcons' aerial display: