Saturday, December 1, 2012
Kyle McGah had lone Lynnfield touchdown with two yard run.
The Lynnfield High School Pioneers came up short in their MIAA Division 3A Super Bowl game against Bishop Feehan Saturday night at Gillette Stadium, 21-7. Both teams entered the game with 9-2 records. Lynnfield advanced to Saturday night’s Super Bowl game following last Tuesday’s 35-14 win over Amesbury. And less than two weeks ago, the team also capped their regular season with a 14-7 Thanksgiving Day victory over North Reading. Bishop Feehan scored in the first quarter and kept the lead throughout the game. Feehan also led Lynnfield in all offensive categories in the first half. Isaiah Douglas made a23-yard run into the end zone, resulting in a 7-0 Bishop Feehan lead. QB Tommy Romero rushed for his team’s remaining points, with a 10 …
Patch.com staff will run a live blog Saturday night at 8 p.m. on Lynnfield Patch as LHS makes its bid for a division championship.
Earlier this week, many locals joined us for a real-time account of Lynnfield High School's victory over Amesbury, which set the stage for Saturday night's MIAA Super Bowl final. Game time at Gillette Stadium is 8 p.m. On Saturday evening when LHS takes the field, you can follow every play here on Lynnfield Patch, with coverage provided by Attleboro-Seekonk Patch Editor Jonathan Friedman. Updates on the game score will also be provided from time to time Saturday evening on the Lynnfield Patch Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Friday, November 30, 2012
Two Lynnfield High School Class of '85 grads have sons playing on the 2012 Division 3A Super Bowl-bound team.
With an eye on this weekend's MIAA Division 3A Super Bowl game, I inquired around town to try to find some photos, articles, or old news clippings about past LHS football teams that made championship bids. A visit to the Lynnfield High School Library on Thursday found a couple of yearbooks from the mid-1980s - and found back in 1985 was a great Lynnfield story angle waiting to happen. Several photos of that year's LHS football team revealed a familiar name - Mike Karavetsos - the father of the current LHS captain and quarterback with the same name. Karavetsos, Sr., a member of the LHS Class of '85, played defensive end for the team, and currently works for Hood. He is also a former coach for Lynnfield youth football who fondly remembers …
Some random bits of information as LHS gears up for its football showdown with Bishop Feehan.
Note: Now includes note on "Who was Bishop Feehan?" On Saturday, the LHS football team takes on Bishop Feehan High School in the Division 3A Super Bowl game at Gillete Stadium. - On Thursday, Patch.com colleague Dan Libon was down at the stadium for a media availability with Lynnfield and the other teams. His story will be posted on this website Friday morning. Lynnfield Patch will also provide real-time blog coverage of the game as it happens on Saturday night. So if you have far-off LHS alumni, be sure to let them know. - This article on Boston.com talks about the recent victory over Dighton-Rehoboth that propelled Bishop Feehan into the Super Bowl game against Lynnfield. The team that Feehan beat, Dighton-Rehoboth, was good enough to …
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Following Tuesday night's victory over Amesbury, the LHS Pioneers are heading to the MIAA Division IIIA super bowl on Saturday night. Patch.com will again provide real-time blog coverage.
The Lynnfield High School Pioneers defeated Amesbury, 35-14, Tuesday night in Lowell to advance to the MIAA Division IIIA super bowl game against Bishop Feehan. Last night, Patch.com staff were on hand to provide real-time blog coverage of the action. A full transcript of the game coverage can be viewed here. Looking ahead to Saturday, we will once again offer real-time football coverage as LHS tries to win the division championship. The game is at 8 p.m. at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough.
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Pioneer football team wins 35-14 over Amesbury.
Lynnfield High School advanced to the MIAA Eastern Mass Division IIIA final game on Tuesday with a 35-14 win over Amesbury. The Pioneers will play the winner of the Dighton-Rehoboth/Bishop Feehan game that was getting started in Taunton later in the evening. Patch Editor Andy Sylvia was at Cawley Stadium in Lowell to cover the game. Check out the transcript of his real-time blog coverage at this link.
LHS team takes on Amesbury on Tuesday, 5:15 p.m., in Division 3A tournament game.
Following their 14-7 win over North Reading on Thanksgiving Day, the Lynnfield High School football team is heading to a Division 3A tournament game against Amesbury on Tuesday at 5:15 p.m. The game is at Cawley Stadium in Lowell, and Patch.com staff will be providing real-time coverage of the game. For a photo gallery by Bob Roche from Lynnfield's win in the Thanksgiving game, click here.
Friday, November 23, 2012
Lynnfield beat North Reading 14-7.
Lynnfield Quarterback Mike Karavetsos rolled into the end zone untouched in the third quarter to break a 7-7 tie and held a tough North Reading running game in check.
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
North Shore high school football Thanksgiving Day match-ups.
Decades-old rivalries heat up once again with North Shore teams playing on Thanksgiving morning. Check out the North Shore football matchups with information on Thursday's games.
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Print out these attached vouchers and dine at the Ninety Nine in Lynnfield from 5 to 9 p.m. on Sept. 24.
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Coming up on Monday, Sept. 24 - dine at the Ninety-Nine Restaurant on Salem Street in Lynnfield between 5 to 9 p.m. and with the attached vouchers, 15% of your check goes to the Lynnfied Pioneer Football Club. Organizers report that along with your meal, that 15% also applies to bar, take-out, and gift cards. Also, there will be a raffle table featuring various themed baskets with items donated by the football families - gourmet basket, candy basket, summertime fun basket, lottery ticket basket, movie night basket.