Saturday, December 1, 2012
The Mansfield High football team will be playing Reading in the Division 2 Super Bowl Saturday at Bentley University at 2 p.m.
Besides the question of who is going to win the game, the other one is can the Mansfield High and Reading High football teams come close to the thriller they put on in the 2010 Super Bowl game? In that game, Mansfield rallied for a 29-26 win after being down 26-7 at the half, in one of the greatest games in Mansfield history. Now, the sequel will be taking place today at Bentley University in Waltham in the Division 2 Super Bowl at 2 p.m. Mansfield got into the bowl by ending Duxbury's 37-game winning streak, while Reading rolled over Tewskbury on their home field. SUPER BOWL GAME: Division 2 Super Bowl, Saturday, Dec. 1, 2 p.m. Bentley University, Waltham. Reading is 12-0, while Mansfield is 8-4. Mansfield Patch will be providing …
Thursday, November 29, 2012
Mansfield going to the Superbowl!
1. 2. Mansfield selectmen voted to reduce the tax rate increase for 2013. Click here to read more. 3. Click here to read the latest Mansfield Police Log. This time around saw a break in, repeated vandalizm and a shoplifting arrest. 4. Mansfield Education Foundation's Secret Shop Back for 2012. The Secret Shop will be held on Saturday, Dec.1 at the Jordan Jackson Elementary School. 5. Mansfield Hornets are going to the Super Bowl against Reading at Bentley University at 2 p.m. on Saturday.
Sunday, August 12, 2012
After scoring three touchdowns as a freshman, Mansfield's Jeff Hill is returning for his second season at Bentley University.
Sunday, August 12, 2012
(From Bentley University) Mansfield's Jeff Hill and the rest of the Bentley University football team will return to campus for its preseason camp Sunday with the 89-man roster including five players returning for their fifth year of eligibility, a quintet that includes first-team All-Northeast-10 Conference tackle Nick Halloran of Somerville. A former Mansfield High football and basketball standout, the sophomore Hill appeared in eight games as a freshman with six catches in eight game for 156 yards and three touchdowns. Waltham's Don and Steve Hopkins, both defensive backs, tight-end Jon Wilkie and tailback Bobby Tarr are the other fifth-year seniors returning. One of the major decisions that fourth-year head coach Bentley will open …