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Bulldogs vs. Vineyarders

October 29th, 2010 · No Comments · Articles

By Nick Carlino

The Lawrence School Bulldogs football team was scheduled to play Martha’s Vineyard at home on Wednesday, October 27, 2010. Because of rain, the game was rescheduled to Thursday, October 28, 2010. Then, because the Lawrence field hockey team also had a home game, the football game was moved to Guv Fuller Field. Lucky us!

This game was our last game of the year. It was awesome how we got to play at Fuller Field. The Bulldogs beat the Vineyarders, 28 to 14. Throughout the game, our team kept strong and focused. Everyone did their jobs. In past articles, I have pointed out one or two outstanding plays to write about. Football is a team sport. No offensive play will work right without good blocking. If the defense isn’t blocking and making tackles, it only puts more pressure on the offense to win. During this game especially, we played well as a team. For this reason, I feel like I should print the names of every Lawrence Bulldog team member (including those who are no longer playing due to injury, etc):

Coach D’Amario, Coach Zine, Coach “G-Money,”

Fred Teed, Bobby Sargent, Curtis Brown, Owen Corey, Craig Green, Kyle Hogan, Liam Greene, Nick Costa, Jack Pendergast, Jake Michalski, Isiah Reid, TJ Cardoza, Blake Murphy, Tom Skehill, Thomas Fantasia, Andre Gordon, Ellis Densmore, Brendon Spellman, Matt Turner, Matt Haynes, James Jarvis, James Abbe, Yanni Rusko, Vasilios Rusko, Sergio Vasquez, Tristan Rowell, Emmett Kelleher, Nick Gonsalves, Julian Vicente, Cordell DeCoster, Tony Mase, Mitchell Medeiros, Marcus Morse, Justin Zmuda, Devon Sims, Derek Boston, Wassim Hounoud, Derek Saychew, Marc Rocheleau, John Mello, Isaiah Lineaweaver, Andrew Thompson, Nolan Rosetti, Trevon Jollymore, Rylie Harrington, Dempsey Pateirno, and me, Nick Carlino.

I hope I spelled everyone’s names right. Good luck to my teammates going on to high school next year. For those going into 8th grade in 2011, see you next season!


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