|A Joyous Night|
May 24, 2014 Salem News
143 students receive diplomas from Bishop Fenwick High School
|BFHS Class of 2014 Recognized|
Bishop Fenwick was well represented at the 46th Annual Honor Scholars Recognition Dinner
sponsored by the North Shore Chamber of Commerce.
|Pelletier shines on the hardcourt at Stonehill|
Jean DePlacidoThe Salem News
Amy Pelletier has always had a deadly accurate outside shot on a basketball court. The former Bishop Fenwick star, who scored over 1,200 points in high school for the Crusaders, is now playing a leading role at Stonehill College, where she has started every game while averaging 30 minutes a night and scoring 15.8 points per game.
|Scacchi, Christuk are Moynihan Student Athletes of the Month |
Salem News -- Peabody senior Carolyn Scacchi and Bishop Fenwick junior Carson Christuk have been near the tops of their class for student-athletes for some time, and both earned the Moynihan Student-Athlete of the Month award for the January.
|GlobeNorth: Players of the Week|
Congratulations to Senior Matt Costello on his second time being named a Globe Player of the Week
Matt Costello, Bishop Fenwick: With a 21-point, seven-rebound, and three-steal performance, the 6-foot-2 senior captain earned game MVP honors in a 63-60 win over Triton on Jan. 25 at the Good Sports Invitational held at TD Garden.
|Running streak leading Hanson to Boston Marathon |By Matt JenkinsSalem News Staff writer
Shannon Hanson would have been there had she been able to get the day off from work.
Instead, like so many other people living in New England and beyond, Hanson watched in horror as the tragic events unfolded during the 117th running of the Boston Marathon last April.
|Connelly family: Like father, like son|
By Tim Lima Sports Reporter Thirty-nine years ago, Tom Connelly played at the Boston Garden for Bishop Fenwick as the Crusaders sought the 1975 state championship. Tomorrow, Connelly and his son, Ryan, Amesbury residents, will both take to the legendary parquet floor in what will truly be a unique family affair.
|Boston Globe All Scholastics, Salem News and Lynn Item Fall Sports All Stars|
Congratulations to our Boston Globe All-Scholastics, Salem News and Lynn Item All-Stars! Globe all-scholastics included Nick Bona, Rufus Rushins, and Kate Lipka. In addition, Nick Bona was named Boston Globe Division 5 football athlete of the year and Coach Woods was named Division 5 Football Coach of the year! Congratulations to Kate Lipka and Nick Bona for being named Salem News players of the year for Volleyball and Football. Lipka was also named Volleyball Player of the Year for the Lynn Item, Coach DeBaggis and Coach Woods were also named Volleyball Coach of the Year and Football Coach of the Year by both the Salem News and the Lynn Item! The complete list of all stars includes Arianna Maida, Jen Crovo, Gianna Pizzano, Tessa Mclaughlin, Rishad De Silva, Merry Harrington, Jenny Nasser, Nick Bona, Charlie Maistrellis, Eric Razney, Rufus Rushins and Natalie Moore. Read more for their full info!
|Fenwick Advances to Superbowl!|
WOBURN - In commanding style , Bishop Fenwick advances to the Division 5 Superbowl with a massive win against Abington, 35 - 8 Friday night. Five consecutive touchdowns after trailing 8 - 0 in the first quarter showed the true heart and soul of this team. Congratulations, Crusaders!
|Parsons steps up for Fenwick |
Phil Stacey, Salem News Sports Editor
PEABODY — He has two, hopefully three, games remaining in his high school football career, and doesn’t plan on continuing to strap on the pads and his helmet in college.
But Dave Woods, his coach at Bishop Fenwick High School, doesn’t believe this is the last time that football and Tommy Parsons will intertwine.
|Fenwick retires Tarr's number during halftime ceremony|
PEABODY — The numbers Bobby Tarr posted during his high school football career at Bishop Fenwick bordered on unbelievable: 593 carries, 5,601 yards and 69 touchdowns.
Last night at Donaldson Field, Tarr’s place in Fenwick athletic history was symbolically cemented by a single digit. Tarr’s No. 3 was officially retired at halftime of the Crusaders’ game against Austin Prep.
|Fenwick to retire Tarr’s No. 3|
By Taylor Snow| Globe Correspondent
October 10, 2013
A familiar face will return to Donaldson Stadium in Peabody Friday, when former Bishop Fenwick great Bobby Tarr will have his No. 3 retired at halftime of Fenwick’s matchup against Austin Prep.
|Two perspectives on the battle for equity on the playing field|
By Rich Fahey Globe Correspondent September 05, 2013
There were no club teams, no youth leagues, no summer travel teams or skills camps. The first time Cheryl Murtagh played a team sport was in the fall of 1973, when she began the ninth grade at Bishop Fenwick High School in Peabody and picked up a field hockey stick.
|Zoppo set to take reins as Fenwick principal |
PEABODY — When Brother Thomas Zoppo left his post as president of Baltimore’s Calvert Hall College High School last June, he cited family considerations. He was coming home to the Boston area, he said, “because of a need to be close to my family.” Yet, he wasn’t planning to be the new principal of Bishop Fenwick High School in Peabody.
|All-State Track Championships |
At the All-State Track Championships held on June 7th at Bridgewater State University the Bishop Fenwick Girls' team was well represented. Arianna Maida placed 18th in the mile, while Sydney Packard placed 20th in the 800 meters. The 4 x 800 team which featured Mary Pasquale, Jackie Edgett, Arianna Maida, and Sydney Packard finished in 23rd place beating 4 teams that were ranked ahead oF Fenwick going into the meet. Despite the warm conditions all surpassed their previous best times and pre meet rankings.
|Bishop Fenwick rallies by Watertown, faces North Reading next|
May 30, 2014
By Matt Williams
PEABODY — Watertown put a lot of pressure on the Bishop Fenwick baseball team yesterday. The visiting Raiders had the lead twice and got the Crusaders starting pitcher out of the game after three innings.
|Fenwick scores late, eliminates Hamilton-Wenham|
By Matt Jenkins
---- — PEABODY — Less than two weeks ago, the Hamilton-Wenham girls lacrosse team came to Bishop Fenwick’s Donaldson Field and locked up its postseason berth at the expense of the Crusaders.
|St. Mary's softball loses mound duel to Fenwick |
PEABODY — Bishop Fenwick softball's Natalie Moore and her St. Mary's counterpart, Mia Nowicki, engaged in a classic pitcher's duel on Friday afternoon, a game that featured just nine combined hits.
|Corcoran powers Fenwick girls past Lynnfield and into North semifinals |
Phil Stacey, Salem News — Senior captain Bridget Corcoran didn’t have to look far when asked which of her Bishop Fenwick teammates made the biggest plays Saturday night. “This one right here,” she said with a chuckle, pointing to her sophomore sister, Colleen Corcoran, whose 22 points and 11 rebounds guided the Crusaders to a resounding 59-38 win over host Lynnfield in the Division 3 North quarterfinals.
|Garden Variety |By Dan Harrison STAFF WRITER
Salem News BOSTON — The St. John’s Prep and Bishop Fenwick boys basketball teams needed to find a way to adjust in their respective games at TD Garden on Saturday as both squads had trouble shooting in the big arena. The Crusaders eventually found their touch going on to defeat Triton, 63-60, while the Eagles struggled from the field down to their last shot, which Max Burt rimmed out at the buzzer in the Prep’s 53-51 loss to Wellesley.
|Fenwick relay team takes first|
The Bishop Fenwick 4x400 relay team, made up of Mitch Rivers '16, Charlie Maistrellis '14, Nick Tambin '14i and Eric Razney'14, won its event at the East Coast Invitational in Providence, Rhode Island in a time of 3:41.36. Congratulations!
|Fenwick Swimming Improves to 5-0|
Fenwick 86, Cardinal Spellman 76: The Crusaders, who improve to 5-0 on the season, took first in seven out of the eight individual events this weekend. Connor Christuk was a double winner in 200 free (1:56.69) and 100 Back (1:04.22), as was captain Linsey Andrews in the 200 IM (2:30.54) and 100 free (1:03.37) and Connor Christuk in both the 100 butterfly (55.41) and 500 free (5:07.81), while Pablo Jimenez won the 100 breast (1:19.28). All three relay teams also came in first.
|Boys Basketball team to play at the Garden|
As the Boy’s Basketball team prepares to play a game next month at the Garden, they are dedicating their season to Fenwick teacher and Senior Class Advisor Mrs. Symonds.
"This fall we learned of the diagnosis of Mrs. Symonds with cancer. The road ahead of her is not an easy one and we wanted to try to find a way to show our support for her. Our team would like to dedicate our season to Mrs. Symonds. We will be wearing a pink ribbon on our warm-ups as well as Cancer Awareness socks at all of our home games. Our snack bar will be collecting donations throughout the season that will be donated in her name for cancer research. We ask you to join us in our support of this very special teacher."
The team will be taking on Triton High School at the Garden on Saturday January 25th at 10am. For tickets or more information, visit www.fenwick.org/boysbasketball
Click here to go directly to the Athletics Webpage -- and go Crusaders!
|It's Super Bowl Time!|
Join the Crusaders this Saturday as they compete for the Division 5 State Championship at Gillette Stadium! Read more for full details.
|Bona comes up big as Fenwick football advances to North final|
By Matt Jenkins Salem News Staff WriterThe Salem NewsSat Nov 09, 2013, 03:30 AM EST
PEABODY — You can game plan to slow down Bishop Fenwick’s running attack. You can game plan to slow down the Crusaders’ passing game. And, if you’re lucky, you might even hold back both a little on a given night. What you can’t game plan for is Nick Bona making plays in the most dire situations.
|Bishop Fenwick’s Rufus Rushins unstoppable|
By Greg Joyce | Globe Correspondent October 06, 2013
BROCKTON — Every time Bishop Fenwick running back Rufus Rushins was handed the ball, the entire Cardinal Spellman sideline screamed “Rufus!”
|WORTHY CRUSADE: Rolling Fenwick volleyball aims for historic season |By Gianna Addario Salem News Staff Writer
A team’s season is often defined by its final overall record or more importantly how far it goes in the state tournament. Other teams worry less about the wins and losses and more about the relationships they build over the course of the year. The Bishop Fenwick volleyball team has managed to be wildly successful at both of these aspects.
|Rushins is tops four Fenwick|
Boston Herald, Sunday, September 15, 2013 By: Kat Hasenauer Cornetta
HAMILTON — The season opening matchup between Bishop Fenwick and Hamilton-Wenham was billed as a battle of two solid defenses. Instead, the crowd yesterday was treated to a celebration of offense, as the Crusaders earned a 54-27 win over the Generals.