Hi Everyone: If you are a QB or WR there is a FREE QB & Wide Receiver skills clinic being held at Mansfield HS Sat & Sun July 26-27 from 8-2:30pm. The clinic normally costs over $200 but is free for Framingham HS players. For more information please go to – http://completeqb.com/mansfield.php. Otherwise get there… Read Full Article »
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https://responsible-sports.libertymutual.com/newsletter/1726/?src=rs-h5men2000&utm_source=h5m&utm_medium=e&utm_term=sept2013&utm_campaign=fund The Opportunity To Struggle eNewsletter 9/11/2013 “Children with high levels of hopefulness have experience with adversity. They have been given the opportunity to struggle and in doing that they learn how to believe in themselves.” – Brene Brown, Daring Greatly. If you are like us, you hate to see your kids fail. You naturally… Read Full Article »
Framingham had a week to think about last week’s disappointing loss to Milton. After seven days of trying to figure out what went wrong, the Flyers found the answers. Christopher Bloomingdale threw for two touchdowns, ran for another score and the Flyers defense came up big as Framingham defeated Norwood 40-20 in a Bay State… Read Full Article »
An MIAA general assembly consisting of high school athletic directors, principals, and football coaches gathered at Assabet Valley Regional High School on Friday to vote on the proposed football playoff system. By a 161-131 margin, the current member schools voted in favor of the two-year plan. The new format will begin in the fall of… Read Full Article »
The great equalizer in football is turnovers. It’s a numerical probability that any team — regardless of record — which wins the turnover battle enhances its chances of winning. Such was the case on Friday evening when Framingham squared off against Milton in a Bay State Conference clash at Bowditch Field. The turnover battle —… Read Full Article »
Senior quarterback Chris Bloomingdale hooked up with senior receiver Michael Stearns with 21 seconds left to lift Framingham to a 21-14 road win over Bay State Conference rival Brookline at Catholic Memorial on Saturday.
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After falling just short against Walpole in Week 2, Framingham gets another crack at knocking off a perennial power this Friday night. The Flyers host the defending Dual County League Large champion Lincoln-Sudbury in a showdown of local EMass Division 1 programs at Bowditch Field. A year ago, the Warriors cruised past Framingham 35-14 and… Read Full Article »
Lincoln-Sudbury produced touchdowns on five of its nine possessions in a 40-14 non-league victory over Framingham at Bowditch Field.
FRAMINGHAM HS FALL SPORTS TRYOUTS – 2012 PRE-SEASON START Day Date Sport Location Time Cross Country – Girls Thur/Fri/Sa 8/23-25 Girls Cross Country Front stairs of Gym 9-11 AM Cross Country – Boys Thur/Fr/Sa 8/23-25 Boys Cross Country Front stairs of Gym 9-11 AM Field Hockey Thur/Fri 8/23,24 Field Hockey Turf Field … Read Full Article »
For Abou Toure, it was a long road to signing a letter of intent to play college football. Now that he will be receiving a full scholarship to play at the Div. I level, he couldn’t be more thrilled. “I’m extremely excited,” said Toure, who yesterday put pen to paper on his commitment to play… Read Full Article »
NATICK — For the second straight year, the Framingham Flyers held a celebration on the field with the Elks Trophy in hand. Raising up the trophy, Framingham’s senior lineman Alfred Nieves told his teammates, coaches and a couple dozen of their fans, “It’s time to bring this home.” The Flyers kept possession of the Elks… Read Full Article »
Braintree — Last week was an unusual short week of practice for Braintree and Framingham High football teams due to Yom Kippur. In addition, both football programs are in growth mode and each was looking for a victory to give their team a much needed, mid-season boost of confidence. The Framingham Flyers took advantage of… Read Full Article »
Newton — The Newton North football team had already seen this story play out in reverse this season. Now it was the Tigers’ turn to get the last laugh. At one time leading by a comfortable 20-point margin in their Bay State Conference tilt with Framingham, the Tigers looked up at the scoreboard with just… Read Full Article »
FRAMINGHAM — Coming off a 41-point outburst and convincing win in its season opener, the Framingham football team was confident it could light the scoreboard in last night’s Bay State Conference tussle with Walpole. The outset looked promising for the Flyers, but after a fast start, the Flyers’ offense hit a snag in a 30-20… Read Full Article »
FRAMINGHAM — The first game of the season has not been kind to the Framingham football team in recent years. Last night the Flyers reversed their fortunes with a dominating 41-10 Bay State Conference win over Wellesley at Bowditch Field. The Flyers controlled all facets of the game, avenging a 28-7 loss to the Raiders… Read Full Article »
November 24th @ Natick High School at 10:00am. GO FLYERS!!
FRAMINGHAM — The Framingham football team probably couldn’t have scripted it any better. With his team trailing by six with just under three minutes remaining in last night’s Bay State Conference Carey matchup against Needham, Flyer senior Alex Liquori blocked a 30-yard field goal attempt. Framingham’s offense, which had been quiet for a majority of… Read Full Article »
NORWOOD — It may not have resulted in a touchdown, but Framingham quarterback Greg Finley’s only completion yesterday against Bay State Conference foe Norwood was huge. With the Flyers down 16-15 late in the fourth quarter, Finley hooked up with Mike Stearns (114 total yards, TD) for 61 yards and an additional facemask penalty put… Read Full Article »
FRAMINGHAM — It was a strange night for a Framingham football team that endured a one-hour lightning delay and 11 team penalties in order to secure a 30-6 win over Brookline. “It was sloppy, it was a weird night between the weather, which was bleak to say the least, and how we came out offensively… Read Full Article »