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A Dream Season for the 2015 St. George's Football Team

When the St. George's football team ended its season with a decisive 40-12 win over Pingree Nov. 20 in the NEPSAC Championship Kevin Fleming Bowl, they put the finishing touches on a history-making 9-0 season that united Dragons near and far.

Close to 700 listeners tuned in to our live radio broadcast of the game, hundreds of fans showed their support and spirit on social media, and Dragons everywhere experienced the thrill of having THEIR team come out on top. In addition, the local community experienced the thrill of our season through news coverage in the Boston Globe, Boston Herald and Newport Daily News. 

Thank you to the players and coaches for making Fall 2015 a season to remember — and to fans everywhere for cheering on this amazing team.

For stats and game summaries on this remarkable season, visit the team's page on our web site.View photos from the Kevin Fleming Bowl at Information

Rivers Football Player Receives MHSFCA Costello Courageous Player Award


Nick Revers ’15 missed his entire junior season of football at Rivers after sustaining a serious knee injury before the year began. Through many months of hard work and rehab, Nick was able to return for his senior season and because of that, he has been recognized as one of eight statewide recipients of the Coach Paul F. Costello Courageous Player Award.
The Massachusetts High School Football Coaches Association gives this award to players who have “played physically challenged, endured a hardship, or served as an inspiration to their team. The player nominated must have demonstrated teamwork, spirit, and sportsmanship while playing above and beyond.”
Football coach Dan Keohane, who felt that Nick embodied each of the award’s criteria, nominated him at the conclusion of the season feeling he deserved recognition for the hard work he put in to rejoin the team as a senior.
“I was very thankful that Coach Keohane nominated me for the award,” Nick said. “It made me think of all the people who helped make last season such a success. Not just my teammates and coaches, but also the doctor who did the surgery and all of the PT people who helped me get back and have it all culminate in such a great season.
Nick will be honored at the MHSFCA Annual Awards Banquet on April 25 at Lantana in Randolph alongside the other seven recipients of the award...More Information

Roxbury Latin's Dario Zarrabian Selected as Secondary School Scholar-Athlete

April 10, 2015

Congratulations to Dario Zarrabian of Class I on being selected as one of the "secondary school scholar-athletes" to be honored at the 40th Annual banquet of the Jack Grinold Eastern Massachusetts Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame. The ceremony will take place on Sunday, May 13th at the Marriott Hotel in Newton. Dario will attend Harvard University next fall.

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Ten Student Athletes at Cheshire Academy Recruited for College Football


The highest number of college recruits in recent history participated in National Signing Day as the scholar athletes head to football programs across the Eastern U.S.

National Signing Day excitement was on full display this morning at Cheshire Academy with 10 scholar athletes signing letters of intent to play college football. Six of the recruits will play for Division I and Division II teams and four others are committed to play at the Division III level.
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Lawrence Academy brings home the NEPSAC's Hugh Caldera Bowl

‚ÄčEasthampton, MA -- On the scoreboard, it came down to one point. But if you ask Paul Zukauskas what amounted to the difference on Saturday, it was simple - love.

"They love the game of football," said Zukauskas of his Hugh Caldera Bowl champion Spartans, who defeated the Williston Northampton School in Easthampton, MA, on Saturday afternoon. "They wanted to win and they cared about each other.
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St. Mark’s McLean Decides on UCONN


ESPN Boston recently reported on the success of Aaron McLean of St. Mark's and his commitment to the UCONN Football Program. Click here to read more.

2013 NEPSAC Football All-New England Teams Named

Click here for the NEPSAC 2013 Class A, B, and C All-New England Teams.

Celebration at Cheshire Academy: 2013 Rorke Bowl Champions!

The team celebrated the season and their Rorke Bowl championship at their traditional football banquet on January 26 at the Waverly Tavern in Cheshire, Connecticut with friends and families.

Pictured left to right are Cheshire Academy football programs All Colonial League players and All NE Class B Players - Matt Torrey, Alec Keener, Frank Zumbo, Chris Rogers, The Mordecai, Tarik Black. Missing from the photo are:  Allen Dawson, Patrick Kehoe, Matthew Kehoe and Grant Lewis.
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St. George's Fleming Honored at the RI Chapter of the National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame's Golden Dozen Dinner

St. George's senior football captain, Will Fleming, was honored at the Rhode Island Chapter of the National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame's Golden Dozen dinner last night (Monday, May 6) at the Crowne Plaza in Warwick. Will, an honor student and school prefect as well as All-ISL football captain, was recognized as one of the top scholar-athletes this year. He will be attending Middlebury College in the fall, playing for
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Roxbury Latin Senior Mackay Lowrie wins MHSFCA and Gridiron Club Awards

Senior quarterback Mackay Lowrie was selected by the MHSFCA and the Gridiron Club as The Offensive Player of the Year for Massachusetts in addition to being on their "Super 26" All-State Football Team, composed of players from both private and public high schools. Mackay is the first player from the ISL to ever win this award.

The ISL MVP quarterback and Boston Herald and Boston Globe All Scholastic obliterated numerous records in his career, setting new ISL records for touchdown passes in a career (61) and in a single season (35). Mackay also set the RL records for passing yards in a career (4,739) and in a single season (2,311). In addition to being selected to play in the Massachusetts Shriners All-Star Game, Mackay was the NEPSAC Division C Player of the Year and voted All-New England. On National Signing Day, Mackay signed his National Letter of Intent to play at Boston College next fall.

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