Posts Tagged ‘ Football ’

The 2014 H.E.R.D

September 15, 2014
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The 2014 H.E.R.D

Summer is officially over, and the transition to fall means the start of the high school football season. The team at CC this year is led by captains Matt Shenton ’15 and Andrew Kielar ’15, as well as head coach Mike Robichaud. Going into the season, The Boston Herald ranked CCHS as 25th in the...
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NFL Recruit Comes Out, May Become First Active Publicly Gay Player

February 10, 2014
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NFL Recruit Comes Out, May Become First Active Publicly Gay Player

America has grown progressively more accepting of the LGBT community, with public support for gay rights and marriage at an all-time high. Yet the professional sports world has traditionally been more conservative in its attitudes, and allegations of homophobic coaches and players have plagued sports teams for years. The NFL, NBA, NHL and MLB...
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Super Bowl XLVIII

February 4, 2014
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Super Bowl XLVIII

This year’s Super Bowl featured the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos. There was so much hype and many storylines leading up to the big game this year. The biggest storyline was the debate over whether the number 1 defense (Seahawks) or the number 1 offense (Broncos) would win. There was also Richard Sherman’s...
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NFL Overview and Predictions

December 9, 2013
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NFL Overview and Predictions

As we enter the final stretch of the NFL season, viewers have experienced many surprises and disappointments. The Good News Kansas City: After going 2-14 last season and becoming the joke of the NFL, the Kansas City Chiefs have bounced back superbly this season. They started the season on a 9-game winning streak and...
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Smells Like School Spirit!

December 2, 2013
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Smells Like School Spirit!

…or does it? Last week was Spirit Week, yet there seems to be a distinct lack of spirit at CCHS. At football games, students in attendance treat the game as a social event. We don’t go because we want to support our school or our team; instead, we stand and talk while munching on...
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Fall Sports End with a Bang

November 13, 2013
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Fall Sports End with a Bang

This past weekend was a packed weekend for CCHS sports, with the football, boys and girls soccer, volleyball and cross-country teams all participating in playoff games.  The weekend kicked off with a Friday night home football game against the Woburn Tanners.  The score was 17-0 at halftime and the Patriots came within an inch...
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H.E.R.D: CC’s Football Team Off to a Strong Start

September 23, 2013
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H.E.R.D: CC’s Football Team Off to a Strong Start

The football team is off to a great start for the 2013 season. With a 2-0 record, the team has clinched victories over Wayland (33-29) and Lexington (35-18).  The team is currently in first place among the teams in the Dual County League, followed by Bedford.  The team this year is led by Head...
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Why watch football?

January 14, 2013
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Why watch football?

  After spending a weekend of watching game upon game of professional divisional playoff football, I asked myself this one simple question: why watch? Why watch 200 or 300 pound grown men hit each other for three hours? This question has come up many times, and I am going to take the best stab...
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Déjà vu? Super Bowl predictions and recap

February 6, 2012
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Finally, it’s here. After waiting through a four-month lockout and then a four-month season, we’re back at Super Bowl Sunday. And this time, the bells of Round II will ding for the Patriots and the Giants. Almost exactly four years ago on the other side of the country in Glendale, Arizona, Eli Manning drove...
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Controversial call leads to Cathedral High Superbowl loss

December 22, 2011
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Over Thanksgiving weekend, Bob Kraft hosted the MIAA’s top high school football teams at their Superbowl games. It was an exciting day for some, but many teams ended their season with huge disappointments. Nobody was more devastated by their loss than Cathedral High, in their controversial loss to Blue Hills. In the fourth quarter...
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