Thursday, November 15, 2012
Are you interested in becoming a better football player? Consider wrestling as your winter sport!
The Swampscott-Marblehead high school wrestling team is seeking student-athletes who are interested in joining the team or learning more about the sport. If you are interested in attending a captain's practice or learning more about the sport, please contact Jake Powell, the team's captain, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Wrestling, according to NFL All-Star Roddy White and countless other NFL players, is an especially good sport for football players. "I'm a great NFL football player… because of the training I went through as a wrestler," says White. Read more about what White has to say about wrestling here. You can also watch videos of last year's team in action at here.
Friday, October 19, 2012
Marblehead downed Swampscott in the final dual meet of the season.
Friday, October 19, 2012
Courtesy of Swampscott Cross-Country Coach Jeffrey Bartlett The Swampscott High School cross-country teams headed over to Marblehead to face their friendly rivals in the last dual meet of the regular season on Tuesday. Marblehead, who is always well coached and loaded with excellent runners, provides a challenge for the Big Blue every year; a challenge that the student-athletes look forward to. Both races had meaning: for the boys, it would determine the second place team in the NEC South. On the girls' side, the victor would emerge as the NEC South Champions. Both teams took a "business as usual" approach to the meet and were focused on simply putting forth their best efforts. The boys started things off, and the 1-2 duo of Peter Hale and…
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
The Magicians will play Swampscott under the lights tonight at Piper Field.
Marblehead High School's boys' varsity soccer team will square off with the Big Blue of Swampscott under the lights tonight at Piper Field. The game is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. and the Magicians will be playing for more than just the victory. The team has requested that spectators wear something pink in observance of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. They will also be participating by wearing something pink during the game. --- Here, at Marblehead Patch, we're inviting parents of athletes to submit final scores, game highlights and/or photos of sporting events to our site. There are a number of ways to post it on Patch. --- Click Here for more information about the boys' soccer team.
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
The two rival squads squared off at Tedesco Country Club Tuesday afternoon.
Marblehead High School golfers downed their Big Blue opponents 38 1/2-33 1/2 Tuesday under gray skies at Tedesco Country Club. It was a close one. Swampscott senior captain Trevor Massey was the match's medalist with a 36, two over par. Click through the photographs attached to this post for a closer look at Tuesday's action.
Friday, October 5, 2012
Marblehead High School's varsity football team will look to get some payback this afternoon against Newburyport.
Marblehead High School's varsity football team will travel to Newburyport this afternoon hoping to remain undefeated on the season - and for those players who were on the team last year, to get a little payback for a brutal loss last Octboer. Although the Magicians led 20-0 at halftime and 26-7 late in the fourth quarter last October, the Clippers put 21 straight points on the board and found the end zone with just 21 seconds left to steal a win on the road. The game is scheduled to begin at 2:30 p.m. at Newburyport High School. Click the video attached to this post to view highlights from last year's game.
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Head coach Jim Rudloff welcomed 105 players to the first football practice of the season Monday afternoon at Marblehead High School.
Last season, Marblehead High School's football team went for the win on a two-point conversion against the Big Blue of Swampscott on the last play of the year. The conversion failed, and the Headers came up just one point short, finishing the 2010 season with a 5-6 record. Head coach Jim Rudloff isn’t the only person excited to get this season underway, quarterback Gus Percy said he is excited to be back on the field after a tough 2010 season. “I’m excited, the team is excited to get going,” Percy said before the first practice Monday. “We’ve got quite a few good players and some good leaders on this team.” Percy, a senior, will take his first snaps under center as a varsity quarterback when the Magicians scrimmage Melrose on Saturday. …