High School: The League wraps up regular season, playoffs & championship set for Sunday

May 16, 2022

It’s only been a few weeks, but teams participating in the The League have shown how quickly team sports – football in particular – can bring a bunch of guys together. As Harrison Bloom (Timberlane HS, NH) watched his game-winning field goal split the uprights with seven seconds left on a hot May Sunday afternoon, it looked and felt like he just kicked a state championship winner based on the…


Patriots: Ten Patriots games I am looking forward to in 2022

May 12, 2022

The Patriots 2022 schedule was unveiled last night. The schedule features five primetime games including a Thanksgiving Day night game in Minnesota. The front end of the schedule is daunting with three road games in the first four weeks. The one home game is the season opener against the Baltimore Ravens. The back end of the schedule is tough to with trips to Arizona, Las Vegas and Buffalo. Add the…


Renegades: Despite only being with Boston for a short time, Rachael Sullivan serves as role model to her teammates & family

May 6, 2022

As the Renegades celebrated with family and friends on the field following a 49-point home-opening win last Saturday night, Rachael Sullivan hugged her two little sisters near the Boston bench and took the moment in. It would be the last victory she experiences for a while. In her first year with Boston, Sullivan was part of the 3-0 start, extending the team’s win streak to 20 dating back to the…


Merrimack: Three observations from the Warriors’ practice on Saturday

April 24, 2022

NORTH ANDOVER – Spring ball season is officially winding down over these next two weeks and Merrimack is putting final touches on a very productive couple of months. After finishing 5-6 a year ago (2-5 NEC, good for 6th place) there is reason for optimism in North Andover. Head coach Dan Curran has continued to establish a gritty culture at Merrimack while also producing some NFL-caliber talent. There should be…


Renegades: On eve of her 19th season, no butterflies for Cahill, just excitement

April 15, 2022

Photo: Boston Renegades When you’ve played professional football for nearly two decades, there aren’t many things that can phase you. When the Renegades open another title defense on Saturday against the D.C. Divas, six-time champ and four-time MVP quarterback Allison Cahill will be as cool as a cucumber despite some new faces on the team and a much bigger target on the organization’s collective back. As we wrote in our…


College: 5 things to watch for as the Maine Black Bears kick off spring practice

April 1, 2022

First year coach Jordan Stevens knows Maine well. Stevens grew up in Temple, Maine and played his high school and college football in his home state. Stevens was a defensive end for the Black Bears from 2006-2009. Friday morning. Alfond Stadium. Gotta love it. Listen in! #BlackBearNation | #CAAFB | ⬆️ pic.twitter.com/A10xCzVaXc — Maine Football (@BlackBearsFB) April 1, 2022 When the former Yale defensive coordinator had an opportunity to return…


UConn: 5 things to watch for as the Huskies open up spring practice

March 22, 2022

The UConn Huskies kickoff spring practice today under first year head coach Jim Mora. It has been a whirlwind for Mora since he was hired in November. Mora has hit the ground running. He hit the recruiting trail hard, connected with alumni, made several media appearances and he has attended his fair share of Huskies basketball games. His hiring has generated a buzz and excitement. For the first time in…


NFL Draft: Bryant’s Andrejco focused on getting to the next level

March 18, 2022

From a flag football quarterback, to offensive line, to defensive end and tight end, back to the offensive line. Bryant’s Mike Andrejco got to gain experience at just about every position growing up and during his high school days, but now as Pro Day approaches next week, his focus is solely on showing just how much of an asset he could be to an offensive line room in the NFL….


College: Former ORR stars Ryon and Dylon Thomas passing on knowledge to the younger generation of players in New England

March 13, 2022

Ryon and Dylon Thomas made quite a name for themselves as a dynamic brother duo that helped lead Old Rochester to some incredible things on the football field. Last year, the two of them began their college careers at Fairleigh Dickinson University and Nichols respectively while also majoring in Sports Management. That’s not the impressive part, the impressive part is what they decided to do with their time once they…


NFL Draft: Rhode Island’s Frimpong has eyes set on NFL career

February 26, 2022

If you’re going to play in the NFL, you obviously need confidence. If you’re going to play in the NFL after going to a smaller school, you need that confidence and a little bit of luck. For former Rhode Island receiver Ivory Frimpong, that confidence has been with him for quite a while now. Frimpong – who caught 36 balls for 494 yards and two touchdowns last year – is…