Sunday, October 2, 2011
Redmen prove they are for real with a convincing, 21-6 win over Central Catholic.
A week ago, it was a shocking upset. Maybe now, it's time for the rest of the Merrimack Valley Conference to take the Tewksbury High Redmen seriously. For the second straight week, the TMHS football team invited one of the MVC's super powers to visit Doucette Field on Saturday. And for the second straight week, they sent their guests home with their tails between their legs. This week's victim was Central Catholic High School, which brought a stingy defense and a 2-1 record to town, only to watch the Redmen roll up 237 yards rushing on their way to a convincing, 21-6 beat down of the Raiders. Senior quarterback Kevin Saunders had one of the best games of his career for Tewksbury, completing 6-of-10 passes for 92 yards and a touchdown, …
Sunday, September 11, 2011
Lincoln-Sudbury shuts down Tewksbury High, 28-0
It came as no surprise to Tewksbury High football coach Brian Aylward that Lincoln-Sudbury High was capable of putting plenty of points on the board. After all, the Warriors had their starting quarterback, their top three running backs and their top receiver back from last year's team, which won the Dual County League Division 1 championship. But what Aylward and his Redmen weren't prepared for was a smothering defensive effort out of the LSHS defense, which completely shut down Tewksbury High on its way to a 28-0 opening day victory Saturday afternoon at Doucette Field. Tewksbury's offense failed to muster even a single first down in the first two periods, while Lincoln-Sudbury systematically built a 14-0 halftime lead. The TMHS offense …
Thursday, September 8, 2011
Redmen open their season this Saturday at home.
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
The cheerleading team took home big honors after a competition at URI over the weekend.
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
Today's photo of the day is a picture of the Tewksbury High Cheerleaders with their awards from NCA camp at URI last week. Here's a recap: Won 1st place in their performance competition-Recieved "Herkie" Team award for sportsmanship and teamwork. The following girls were nominated to try out for the NCA's prestigious "All American Team": Courtney Spinelli, Paige Winn, Mel Somerville, Dede Somerville, Rachel Eatherton, Rachel Stronach, Renee Stronach, Jen Schultz, Amanda Romano, Marissa Liggiero, Jackie Giasullo, Cortny Guttaduaro, Shauna Larry, and Mackenzie Carr-Jackie Giasullo and Courtney Spinelli were asked to apply to be NCA Cheerleaders. This is a coveted invitation since it is only open to only the best cheerleaders at camp. …
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
Tewksbury coaches react with mixed emotions to Dual County League acceptance.
The reality of Tewksbury High's impending move to the Dual County League started to sink in around Tewksbury High on Tuesday, and reactions were somewhat restrained in the face of numerous questions surrounding the move. Athletic directors from the 10 existing DCL schools will meet with athletic directors from the four new invitees -- Tewksbury, North Andover, Chelmsford and Billerica -- on May 23 to begin discussing how the transition will take place. "It's still a huge process for us in trying to figure it all out and make sure it's the right move and the right fit," said TMHS Athletic Director Brian Hickey. "We cleared the first hurdle but there's still the matter of an interview and, on our part, we need to analyze the decision and …