After a long and hard season, Fessenden Football finally made it to the playoffs. And while they didn’t win the whole thing, they came close enough to make it worth it. Since then, Fessenden Football has been tearing up the competition. They’ve won their last four games by a combined score of 131-18 and have looked dominant every time they take the field. So what gives? Well, there are a few factors at play here: strong defence, good running game, and excellent special teams play. But the biggest reason is undoubtedly the team chemistry. With players from all over the school coming together for one common goal, Fessenden Football is unstoppable this season. If you want to join in on the fun, be sure to get your tickets soon!
Overview of Fessenden Football
Fessenden Football is back and ready to take on the rest of the league. The season started out a little rough, but they have been able to pick it up in recent weeks. After a hard-fought victory over Wachusett last week, they wrapped up their first 4-0 season since 2009 with a victory over Newton South last night.
Offensively, they are led by senior quarterback Joe O’Brien who has thrown for 2,692 yards and 27 touchdowns. He is also the team’s leading rusher with 552 yards and six touchdowns on the ground. Other key players on offence include running back Jordan Levesque (520 yards, four TDs) and receivers Tim Buckley (41 catches for 411 yards) and Colin McCarthy (27 catches for 252 yards). Defensively, they are anchored by linebacker Luke Martinelli (109 tackles, 10 sacks), lineman Wyatt Fontaine (77 tackles, 8 sacks) and cornerback Mason Tobin (4 interceptions).
Since the start of the Fessenden football season, the Rams have gone 4-0. The last time they had a four-game winning streak was in 2009. Their solid play has earned them a spot in the playoffs, and their opponents this week are the undefeated and defending state champions from Crossville. If Fessenden can win their playoff game, they would become only the third team in school history to ever make it to the state championships.
With four games left in the regular season, Fessenden is looking to earn more wins and make a run at the district championship. The Rams will take on Crossville again next Friday night at home before travelling to Fulton for a game on September 28th and then back home for one final showdown against White Oak on October 5th.
The Last Four Weeks
The Fessenden football team has had a very successful season so far, and they have been able to achieve some impressive victories recently. Over the last four weeks, the Rams have defeated Stuyvesant by a score of 38-7, Queens by a score of 42-14, and Bronx Science by a score of 22-0. These victories have helped them secure first place in their division, as well as qualification for the playoffs. The team is now looking forward to their next matchup, which will be against Ridgewood on Friday.
Offensively, the Rams have been performing very well recently. Joe O’Brien has been leading the way with his strong Passing and Running skills. Jordan Levesque has also been playing a very important role in the team’s success, as he is one of the team’s most reliable runners. The Rams’ Defence has also been playing exceptionally well this season, as they have been able to stop their opponents from scoring any points.
Looking Forward to the Playoffs
Fessenden football is looking forward to their playoff matchup against Ridgewood this Friday night. If they are able to win this game, they will be heading straight to the State Championships. The Rams are currently ranked first in their division, and they are confident that they can do great things this season. They would like to thank all of their fans for their support throughout the year, and they hope that you will come out and cheer them on this Friday night!
The Outlook for the Rest of the Season
The Fessenden Football team had a solid season overall, with wins over their last four opponents. Wins against Ballou, Norwood, Bates and Weston put the finishing touches on a successful season for the Rams. However, this season will be remembered most for their victory over powerhouse Westbrook in the state championship game. This was a hard-fought battle that went down to the wire; however, Fessenden emerged victorious with a final score of 13-10. Coach Reardon is excited about next season and its potential to bring more success to his team. “This year was good but we can do better. We have some new players coming in who are phenomenal athletes and I’m excited to see what they can do next year”, he said.
Looking Ahead to next season, Coach Reardon is confident that his team will continue to play at a high level and achieve success. He has high expectations for his players and believes that they can reach even greater heights next year. The Fessenden Football team is looking forward to building on this successful season and continuing their tradition of reaching the top of their division!
In the last four weeks, Fessenden Football has had a solid season. The Lions finished with a 4-4 record and secured victories against Southern Maine (42-0), Husson (38-13), and Endicott (14-7). Head Coach Casey Coleman says that these wins have shown his team what they are capable of, but he also reminds them that there is still plenty of work to be done. Coleman is excited for the offseason workouts, which will help his squad prepare for their upcoming season. Congratulations to all the players on this successful season!