|Salem News Fall Sports All Stars|
Congratulations to our Salem News All-Stars Arianna Maida, Kate Lipka, Jen Crovo, Tessa Mclaughlin, Rishad De Silva, Merry Harrington, Nick Bona, Charlie Maistrellis, Eric Razney, Rufus Rushins and Natalie Moore. In addition, congratulations to Kate Lipka and Nick Bona for being named players of the year for Volleyball and Football. 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.
|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.