Recruiting Round Up: Catholic Memorial

March 21, 2022

By Adam Kurkjian It is good to be on top, and that is where Catholic Memorial is right now in the world of MIAA football. Coming off an undefeated season and Div. 2 state championship, the Knights are feeling good about themselves, and that bleeds over into recruiting. Offers are rolling in and there are college commitments aplenty. This past weekend, we talked to CM coach John DiBiaso about that….


College: McGowan brothers building family legacy in Massachusetts

October 18, 2021

PHOTOS: Harvard/Boston College/CM If you’ve heard the name McGowan over the PA system a lot over the past several years while attending high school and college football games locally, that’s because there are three brothers establishing a family legacy in the Commonwealth. Jack, Owen and Brady McGowan are all products of the Catholic Memorial system and while Brady is still at CM this season as a junior linebacker, Jack is…


High School: Catholic Memorial uses big plays to run past Bishop Hendricken

October 2, 2021

WARWICK, R.I- Catholic Memorial and Bishop Hendricken met in the inaugural Christian Brothers Classic on Friday night. The first meeting between the two schools certainly had a big game feel about it. Bishop Hendricken came out of the gates strong getting a three and out on defense to open the game. The Hawks then followed that up by scoring on their first possession when running back Brandyn Durand caught a…


High School: Catholic Memorial ready to make a statement in Division Two

August 20, 2021

Catholic Memorial Head Football Coach John DiBiaso was in mid season form on day one of fall camp. He had a certain pep in his step and so did his football team. In regards to how he felt about day one, DiBiaso was pleased. “Everyone is full of optimism. We haven’t played any scrimmages or a game but everyone is healthy and they feel good right now.” The Knights looked…


NEFJ SHOWCASE OF THE WEEK – Catholic Memorial 23, Xaverian 19

April 18, 2021

WEST ROXBURY – Saturday afternoon’s Catholic Conference championship showdown between Xaverian and Catholic Memorial wasn’t for the Division 1 Super Bowl, but it sure felt like it. With a decent-sized crowd on hand and a true big game feel in the air, two of the state’s top heavyweights slugged it out in a game that came down to the final play. Trailing  by four with the ball at the CM…