Dover School principal Susan Mach entered the Touchdowns for Technology contest for the obvious reason: to get some new computers for her school. Her winning essay was one of nine chosen, said The Deerfield Valley News. Other winners included Vermont’s Sherburne Elementary School in Killington. Kaspersky Lab,USA in Woburn, Mass., teamed up with WBCN, the New England Patriots radio broadcast station, to sponsor a contest linking touchdowns with technology. Kaspersky donated computers to needy schools based on the number of touchdowns scored by the team during the season. Seventy-five touchdowns translated to nine computers for each of the winning schools. "Our students are enthusiastic and eager learners, even as they struggle using our outdated equipment. They even wear Patriot T-shirts," Mach explained in her essay. The school was treated to a trip to Gillette Stadium with two students, their parents, and a member of the faculty. They also got to meet with wide receiver Wes Welker. The two lucky students were selected when their names were drawn from a hat. Sounds like everyone won this game.