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St. George's Alumnus signed by Chicago Bears


One of St. George’s most promising football players of the modern era, Tyshon Henderson ’13 reached a remarkable milestone this past weekend when he learned he’d caught the attention of the National Football League: The Chicago Bears signed Tyshon as a free agent following the NFL Draft on Saturday in Philadelphia.
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St. George's McCray Verbally Committed to Bryant University

Read The Newport Daily News article on St. George's School senior running back Isaac McCray here.

Belmont Hill Football Team Downs Wilbraham & Monson to Capture 2016 New England Championship


In the first quarter of the first game of the season, Belmont Hill found itself trailing New Hampton 18-0.  After the previous season's disappointing finish, it was an alarming start to the new season. But the team maintained its composure and shut down New Hampton the rest of the way to earn a decisive 43-18 victory.

That game started the momentum for a 6-2 regular season, with the team finishing as co-champions of the ISL. Matched against Wilbraham & Monson Academy, who finished the regular season at 7-1, the team would play arguably its best game of the year. Led by quarterback Zach Geddes, who ran for 128 yards and two touchdowns, and passed for 120 yards, the team never trailed in the game, and answered every rally their opponents could muster. Two first-quarter touchdowns on runs by Isaiah Collins and Jaylen Bailey got the boys off to a 14-0 start, and an eventual 14-3 halftime lead.
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BB&N Wins 2016 NEPSAC Ken O’Keefe Bowl

Click here to read the Boston Herald article on the Buckingham, Browne & Nichols football team's Championship.

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. 
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Three ISL Football Coaches, One Player Honored by the Massachusetts High School Football Coaches Association

April 25, 2015

The Independent School League was well represented at the Massachusetts High School Football Coaches Association Annual Awards Banquet on April 25, 2015 at Lantana's in Randolph, MA. 

Hall of Fame inductees for 2015 included Joe Lang, Athletic Director and Head Football Coach at the Middlesex School, and Kevin Fleming, retired Football Coach at Belmont Hill School.
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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.
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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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Lawrence Academy brings home the NEPSAC's 2014 Hugh Caldera Bowl

Easthampton, 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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Groton Beats St. Mark's in a Game for the Ages

Great rivalries beget great games – and today's contest against the Lions of St. Mark’s (the two schools’ 125th meeting on the gridiron) was, by any measure, a truly great game.  With the lead changing hands no fewer than seven times during the course of the game, and with a total of thirteen touchdowns scored before the final whistle, this legendary matchup provided its lucky spectators with about as much excitement as a football game can possibly generate. 
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