Chelsea Red Devils Football '07

Esposito propels Royals to victory

CHELSEA | It took just 30 seconds for Chelsea's kicker to make a complete mess of Georgetown's return team. It took Royals quarterback Joe Esposito 11 minutes to repair the damage, but his efforts were fruitful and Georgetown won the contest 21-12.

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Football, 11/10/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Orlando's touchdown gives Hornets double-OT victory

The Manchester Essex football team needed a win over Chelsea on Friday night to keep realistic hopes of making the postseason.

It took two overtimes, but the Hornets accomplished their goal.

Junior quarterback Pat Orlando ran in the go-ahead score from 10 yards out on fourth down in the second overtime, and then the Manchester Essex defense held Chelsea out of the end zone to earn a 34-28 victory at Gloucester's Newell Stadium.

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Football, 10/29/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Whittier snaps losing streak with win over Chelsea

HAVERHILL | After three straight losses, Craig Eaton and the senior class had a message for the rest of the Whittier Tech football team.

"We got them together and said we are sick of losing," said Eaton. "We said that we had to attack and we had to win this one."

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Football, 10/06/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Freshman team important

After former Danvers High coach Mike Stellato guided Chelsea to a 45-14 win over North Shore Tech last week, he proudly announced that Chelsea had won its first-ever freshman game the previous day, also against the Bulldogs. The fact that Chelsea has a freshman team is super important to Stellato. "We need it," said Stellato, who is as enthusiastic about coaching Chelsea as he was Danvers in the far more prestigious Northeastern Conference a year ago. "You have to have that base in order to build for the future."

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Football, 09/28/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

North Shore Tech football team bows to Chelsea

MIDDLETON | Chelsea High football coach Mike Stellato refused to take the bait when he was asked whether Saturday's game against North Shore Tech represented a sort of homecoming for him.

Just a year ago, Stellato was coaching a few miles away at Danvers High and it was the realization of a dream for him to be in the Northeastern Conference. He was hoping to be there for a long time, but it ended up being just one season due to a job issue at Danvers.

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Football, 09/22/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars