Due to circumstances beyond their control, Nauset Regional High School is unable to field a full Freshman football team this weekend. Consequently, the Freshman football game scheduled for Saturday, November 12, 2015 is cancelled.
RAIDER NATION RISE
JOIN US IN CELEBRATION OF SPIRIT WEEK & BARNSTABLE RED RAIDERS VS. FALMOUTH CLIPPERS FOOTBALL!!
7TH ANNUAL PEP RALLY!!!!!!!!!!
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 25, 2015
BARNSTABLE HIGH SCHOOL LEO SHIELDS FOOTBALL FIELD
All Barnstable Red Raider Sports Teams are Invited and be Recognized!!!
Rain or Shine!!! (Rain location will be in the high school gym!)
Please consider bringing an unwrapped toy to the Pep Rally to benefit TOYS FOR TOTS so those in need can have a joyous season.
ANNUAL THANKSGIVING FOOTBALL GAME!!!!!
Thursday November 26th, 2015 at 10:00 AM
Community Park, Winn Road, Falmouth, MA
Be a part of YOUR community and support kids who play for the love of the game.
IMPORTANT TIME CHANGE!!
The Barnstable High School Freshman Red Raiders will face off against the Dennis-Yarmouth High School Freshman Dolphins at 9:00 AM on November 7th at D-Y.
The Barnstable High School Junior Varsity Red Raiders will face off against the Dennis-Yarmouth High School Junior Varsity Dolphins at 11:00 AM on November 7th at D-Y.
Head to D-Y High School and see some great football!!
Go Red Raiders!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Tonight is Senior Night for all senior football players, cheerleaders, and marching band members at the Barnstable High School Red Raider vs. Dartmouth High School Indians football game at W. Leo Shields Memorial Field!!
It is urgent that you arrive at the score board side goal post no later than 6:15 PM so Quarterback Club volunteers can line you and your beloved senior into the correct order of presentation.
We will be posting how you can purchase a photo with you and your senior in the coming days.
Bryan Hardy, Barnstable High School Red Raider alumni from the Class of 2012, was named Football Player of the Week in the Northeastern-10 Conference, the second time he was awarded the distinction.
Hardy, an inside linebacker for the Bentley College Falcons, was honored along with Special Teams punter Tyler Ford, for outstanding play in last Saturday’s football game win over American International College. Bentley College’s leading tackler for the last two football seasons, Hardy has 59 stops so far this season. Last year, he finished the season with a whopping 103 tackles.
Bryan Hardy is the son of Donna DaRosa Hardy and Chris Hardy of Barnstable.
Barnstable High School football and lacrosse coach Matthew Bentivegna was honored during halftime at last Friday night’s football match-up between the Red Raiders and the Bridgwater-Raynham Trojans. Inducted into the 2015 United States Marines “Great American Rivalry” Hall of Fame, Coach Bentivegna was recognized for his longstanding and highly valued contributions to the Barnstable High School football program.
Coach Bentivegna began his participation in the BHS Red Raider football program as a sophomore in 2007, named Team Manager. In 2009, he became the first Barnstable High School student voted by his peers unanimously to be Captain of the football team. Well known and highly respected for his knowledge of the game, perseverance, team leadership skills and undying Red Raider spirit, upon graduation from high school, the prior popular Team Manager was appointed to the football team coaching staff.
Congratulations Coach Bentivegna on this richly deserved honor!!
Senior Barnstable High School Football Captain Jack Pipatti was honored prior to kickoff at last Friday night’s football match-up between the Red Raiders and the Bridgwater-Raynham Trojans.
Captian Jack Pipatti was honored with an award and scholarship by the United States Marine Corps for earning the highest grade point average of all senior football players at Barnstable High School. He is currently ranked #2 in the BHS Class of 2016.