HEBRON – Defensive back Julian Palange intercepted two passes as the Central Maine Shockers won their second straight game, a 20-0 victory over the Leominster Razorbacks in semi-pro football action Saturday.

Duriel Shanks forced two more turnovers on special teams for the Shockers. Central Maine had six takeaways.

Running back Marvin Langley scored a pair of touchdowns in the first quarter to give the Shockers the early lead, and Kris Sprague added another score on a 6-yard rush in the second half to put the game away.

The Shockers (2-1) will travel to Amesbury, Mass., to face the North East Hurricanes next Saturday.


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