Friday, January 18, 2013
Plymouth South had made an appeal to the MIAA over the use of an illegal football after losing to the Red Hawks in the Division 2A semifinal
The Boston Globe is reporting that all Natick High School football coaches will have to attend four separate sportsmanship classes by the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association's football committee. The ruling comes after Plymouth South appealed to the MIAA after Natick defeated them in the Division 2A semifinal, 38-33. The MIAA postseason requires the use of the Spaulding J5V ball, but because of the poor weather conditions a Natick coach had requested to use a Wilson ball because it's easier to grip. Despite the fact that the officials told Natick coaches that it was okay, Plymouth South later complained and even asked that the Red Hawks' win be overturned. While the committee did rule that Natick did not intentionally use …
Monday, December 3, 2012
Congratulations on a great football season, Natick Red Hawks.
1. The Natick Red Hawks were defeated Saturday night in the Division 2A Super Bowl. While the outcome wasn't exactly ideal, the team still fought hard all season. Here are some photos from the game. Congratulations on a great season, guys. 2. Want to learn to lose weight without using the usual diet gimicks? The Beacon Community Church is hosting their weekly Take off Pounds Sensibly class where you can learn how to change your lifestyle for the better. The event starts at 6:30 p.m. 3. Want to see the inner workings of Natick? The Board of Selectmen will meet today at 6 p.m. at the Natick Town Hall. 4. If you want a bigger say into how your kids are educated, or you just want to hear from Natick's school administrators and see how …
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
You don't need to be in Braintree to see Natick's playoff football game.
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
We will be providing live updates throughout Natick's playoff matchup with Plymouth South tonight in the Division 2A football semi-finals. Kickoff is at 7:45 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 27, at Braintree High School.
Wednesday, August 8, 2012
A fundraiser for Natick Football at TCAN Thursday will feature the Flutie Brothers Band.
The Flutie Brothers Band will perform at the Center for Arts in Natick Thursday to raise funds for Natick High School Football. A 7 p.m. event will charge $35 per person at the door with all proceeds going to benefit the High School football program in Natick. Hosted by the Friends of the Natick Football organization, the event will feature a comic as well as local football legend, Doug Flutie, on drums of the Flutie Brothers Band. For more informatin, or to reserve tickets, head to the Natick Football website.
Monday, September 12, 2011
Coach Mark Mortarelli said his team "made plays when we had to."
Natick took Brookline in a 21-7 win Saturday. Natick put together a 12-play, 56-yard drive to open the game that ended with Troy Flutie (231 yards passing, 70 yards rushing and two touchdowns) rolling left and hitting Brian Dunlap (180 yards receiving and two touchdowns) in the left corner of the end zone for a 5-yard touchdown. The Brookline Warriors responded with a 13-play drive of their own that included a third-and-18 conversion from Nick Scott to Leon Scott and brought Brookline to the four-yard line. After a holding penalty and fumbled snap that set the tone for the game, however, Brookline was unable to reach the end zone. It looked as though Brookline was going to finally reach the end zone after Nick Scott (132 yards rushing, 152…