The Panthers defeated Stoughton, 14-12, in the MIAA Division 3 State semifinals, and Tewksbury is coming off a 32-14 victory over Melrose in their semifinal tilt.
The Division 3 title game will be the second to last of the six-game slate at the home of the New England Patriots.
TicketsTickets are $17 for adults and $14 for students and senior citizens. The ticket price includes parking, admission to all six MIAA state championship football games and a game day discount of $3 at The Hall at Patriot Place.
Tickets will be sold at the game and also through Ticketmaster.
Where to WatchPlymouth.Patch.com will hold a live blog of the game, beginning at 5:30 p.m. Saturday. Follow the action and ask questions throughout the contest.
All six MIAA football Super Bowl games will be broadcast on Comcast SportsNet, CSNNE.com and 98.5 the Sports Hub. The games will be called by Comcast SportsNet’s Gary Tanguay and 98.5 the Sports Hub’s Andy Gresh.