High School Football: Week Four Nickel Package

October 3, 2016

It was another exciting weekend of high school football in Massachusetts. Here are five thoughts from the weekend that was in high school football. Billerica’s 24-21 win over Everett is a program altering win. The Indians had a big win over Andover two weeks ago but beating Everett takes your program to another level. The Indians are legit. I guess B.R awakened the sleeping giant when they beat Xaverian two…


Massachusetts High School Football Preview: Week 3

September 23, 2016

Leominister coach Dave Palazzi and his Blue Devils will try to slow down B.C High running back Danny Abraham tonight.  Week three is upon us and there are several key games this weekend across the Bay State. Here are my thoughts on some of the top games in the state.  1.Marshfield was suppose to be down after graduating one of the best classes in program history this spring. Thus far however,…


Nickel Package: Five Thought’s From Friday Night’s High School Action

September 19, 2016

Bridgewater-Raynham’s upset of Xaverian highlights a wild weekend of high school football in Massachusetts.   1.No one in the state of Massachusetts thought that BR would beat Xaverian and snap their 25 game winning streak. Kudos to Coach Dan Buron and his kids. They played tough, physical Trojan football and got a huge win. 2. Central Catholic beat St. John’s Prep for the first time since 2011. I can’t say…


Massachusetts High School Football: Week Two Preview

September 16, 2016

Chuck Adamopoulos leads his Central Catholic Red Raiders in Danvers tomorrow to battle St. John’s Prep in an early season showdown.  Its week two of the Massachusetts High School season. Here are some games I’ll be watching this week. 1. Xaverian travels to Bridgewater-Raynham tonight to battle a BR team that is licking its wounds after a 35-14 loss to Duxbury. The X struggled offensively last week but that was…


Nick Saban and Jimbo Fisher Use Their Name Cache to Help Their Home State of West Virginia

July 9, 2016

Kudos to West Virginia natives Nick Saban and Jimbo Fisher for rallying around a worthy cause in their home state of West Virginia. The state was ravaged by floods last month that damaged buildings and schools. Some high schools have been damaged so badly, they may not reopen until later this year and may cancel their football seasons as result.  Other schools in the state have suffered significant damage but…