The Joe Cronin Fishing Tournament benefiting the Jimmy Fund is also looking for volunteers for their BIG EVENT! If you need volunteer hours for college or just want to help the world go round by volunteering your time HERE IS YOUR CHANCE!!!
Volunteers are needed Thursday, August 4th; Friday, August 5th; and Saturday, August 6th!
ALL AT NAUTICUS MARINA in Osterville Village!!
Volunteer letters are given upon request. Please email Mrs. Hardy your name, contact information, and days you are interested in volunteering at Redraiderinfo@aol.com. She will pass along your contact information to Volunteer Coordinator, Senior football player Rory Dwyer, who will follow-up with you directly. If interested, email right away. Volunteer opportunities are limited.
Info regarding the tournament:
Hundreds of anglers participate in this day-long fishing tournament that kicks off at Nauticus Marina in Osterville, MA. Fishing gear and an on-board lunch are provided, as well as a boat that takes anglers out to top fishing spots off Cape Cod. (Though volunteers will NOT be fishing, those working mid-day or for the dinner will receive lunch or supper.)
The tournament also offers participants a full day of children’s activities, dinner, entertainment, awards, and live and silent auctions. In 2015, participants raised more than $250,ooo, bringing the event’s cumulative fundraising total to more than $5 million.
Pictured are three of BHS Red Raider Football’s deserving award recipients, left to right, seniors Jack Pipatti, Sean Ford and Nate Balthazard. (Photo Credit: Christine Ford)
Coach Chris Whidden announced the following 2015 Barnstable High School award recipients for excellence in football at the Annual Awards Banquet held on December 6th at the Knight’s Auditorium.
Heart & Drive Offensive Linemen of the Year – Zach Morgan
This award is given annually to the Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman
Red Raiders Coaches’ Award – Chris Weber
This award is given annually to the “unsung hero” of the Red Raider varsity team
Joseph Borsari Award – Keaton Bergal
This award is given to the Red Raider football player who best exemplifies the level of dedication it requires to wear the Red & White
Ronald Hosie Sportsmanship Award –Gabe Kuhn
Awarded annually to an individual player who best exemplifies the spirit and demeanor of good sportsmanship on and off the BHS gridiron
Raymond E. Hostetter Jr. Award –Sean Ford
This award is given each year to the player who best demonstrates a superior level of competitiveness and leadership
BHS Football Raiders Club Award –Ryan Dauphinais
Each season, a select player is recognized for attaining a superior level of performance against their opponents during the football season
Jean G. Hinkle Memorial Athletic Award –Jack Pipatti
This award is given each year to the senior member of the football squad who during his high school career, has shown the finest school spirit, the most willing cooperation with coach and team, and the highest degree of sportsmanship both on and off the field
Kevin A. Houston Memorial Award – Nate Balthazard
A version of this award has been presented since 1959 to the Barnstable most valuable player in the Thanksgiving Day game versus Falmouth
Come Join Us at the 2015 Annual Red Raider Football Player and Cheerleading Annual Banquet!!
When : December 6, 2015 at 5:00 pm
Where: The Awards Ceremony will be held at the Barnstable High School Knights Auditorium. A dinner will begin immediately thereafter in the Main Cafeteria!
Cost : $5 per person….. Are you a football player, cheerleader or coach? If so, you are our honored guest, and there is no admission cost.
Please consider bringing a donation along for TOYS FOR TOTS! (This is not required, but the QBC is collecting donations for this outstanding cause to benefit the children in need of Barnstable County.)
Have you participated as a varsity football player or cheerleader for the BHS Red Raiders???? Are you heading to a 2 year or 4 year college or university post graduation??? Then be sure to read the following!
Quarterback Club Scholarship Criteria:
Applicants must be graduating seniors who have been members of the junior and senior varsity football team of cheerleading squad. Further, applicants must have demonstrated Red Raider organization, are of strong moral character on and off the field, exhibit excellent sportsmanship, and plan to attend a 2 or 4 year college or university for the upcoming fall.
How to Apply:
Applications and information are available from Mrs. MacFarlane in School Counseling Office Room 2112.
Amount of Award:
At least one $500 scholarship will be awarded, with the potential of additional awards available if funds allow.
The Barnstable High School Red Raider Alumni Flag Football Team prevailed against the Falmouth High School Clippers with a final score of 9 to 3 in a well fought game on November 28th at W. Leo Shields Field, Hyannis.
Organized by Raider alumni Andre Barboza and Clipper alumni Willie Ford, plans to create a fun new annual tradition are underway.
Princeton University Quarterback Nick Peabody, dressed for success, came prepared to win! Is a bow tie in his future?
Seam Walsh graciously shared his photography from yesterday’s Thanksgiving Day game at Elmer “Guv” Fuller Field in Falmouth with Barnstablefootball.com. Final score: Falmouth 54 — Barnstable 20 Congratulations to all the players from both teams on their performances in this … Continue reading →
If you are an alumni Barnstable or Falmouth football player who graduated more than 3 years ago, consider joining the fun!! If interested, email Willie Ford at firstname.lastname@example.org or Andre Barboza at Abarboza17@yahoo.com.