Gloucester Fishermen Football '07

Fishermen football team headed to Statehouse

The Gloucester High School football team has learned that it's good to have fans in high places.

Thanks in large part to the efforts of State Rep. Tony Verga (D-Gloucester), the members of Gloucester's Division 2A Super Bowl championship team from last fall will be visiting the Statehouse on Tuesday to be recognized for their accomplishment.

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Football, 04/25/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Gloucester's Enderle headed to D-2 AIC

After finishing his senior campaign averaging more than 13 yards per carry and helping lead his team to a Division 2A Super Bowl victory, Anthony Enderle seems more than ready to take his game to the collegiate level.

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Football, 04/24/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Football for Fulford

Gloucester's Andrew Fulford breaks a tackle by Revere's Joe Fabiano while returning a punt in the first half of the Oct. 19 football game at Gloucester. 1 Photo

Football or hockey or both?

That was a question that Gloucester High School senior Andrew Fulford had been pondering over the past several months, as he was simultaneously narrowing down his college choice. After four years of playing both sports at a very high level (he was All-Northeastern Conference in both this year) at Gloucester High School, it was well-within reason to believe Fulford could play either sport in college.

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Football, 04/16/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Enderle named one of state's Super 26

One month after his senior football season concluded with a perfect 13-0 record and a Division 2A Super Bowl title, Gloucester's Anthony Enderle received some news that caught him off guard.

The 6-foot-1, 255-pound fullback/defensive end, who made a habit of punishing anyone in his way last fall, got a letter in the mail recently letting him know that his efforts didn't go unnoticed outside of his hometown.

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Football, 01/11/08 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Community plays a role in Gloucester's gridiron success

The 2007 Gloucester High School football team is no longer just a dreamer.

Instead, this year's Fishermen are legitimate contenders for best Gloucester football team of all-time. That's what happens when you win a Super Bowl and boast a 13-0 record. From this point forward, their team will be held in the highest regard with Gloucester's other champions and powerful teams.

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Football, 12/08/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

2007 Fishermen rank amongst best in school history

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Now that the 2007 football season has come to an end and the Gloucester Fishermen have been crowned Eastern Mass. Division 2A champs, there is still one more debate to be waged.

Where do the 2007 Fishermen rank amongst the greatest Gloucester football teams of all time?

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Football, 12/04/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Gloucester dominates Hingham, 41-0 to capture Division 2A Super Bowl

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Foxboro | Gloucester made history in several ways on Saturday afternoon at Gillette Stadium. With a 41-0 pasting of Hingham (11-2) in the Division 2A Super Bowl, the Fishermen (13-0) became just the third team in Eastern Mass. playoff history (Ipswich in 2006 and Marian in 2001) to allow no points in the playoffs. After a 39-0 win over Masconomet last Tuesday in the Division 2A semifinals, Gloucester once again stepped up in its biggest game of the year and finished the impressive 2007 campaign undefeated.

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Football, 12/01/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Battle of the Backs

Gloucester High School senior running back Andrew Fulford has a great amount of respect for Hingham senior running back Chris Constantine.

Of course, it would be difficult not to have respect for the 5-foot-10, 180-pound Harbormen captain. Constantine enters today's Division 2A Super Bowl at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro (1:30 p.m.) against Fulford's Fishermen with 2,010 yards rushing and 30 total touchdowns. However, Fulford's admiration for Constantine goes well beyond statistics.

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Football, 11/30/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Super Bowl Preview: Hingham vs. Gloucester

3 keys to victory


  1. Slow down Gloucester's potent offense. This is easier said than done, as Gloucester has scored at least 30 points in nine of its games this season and has never scored less than 21. The Fishermen have also topped the 40-point plateau on five different occasions. In the semifinals against Cape Ann Large champ Masconomet, Gloucester jumped out to a 24-0 halftime lead and cruised to a 39-0 shutout.
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Football, 11/30/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Team 'grandma' roots for her Fishermen

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Gloucester is filled with Fishermen fans who will be trekking to the Super Bowl tomorrow, but Alice Lewis is arguably the most faithful of them all.

Lewis, 81, is the team's "grandmother" and, over the years, has attended the games faithfully. The team even gave her a number a few years back | 49 | and she's received team sweatshirts and a game ball and has hosted a championship trophy in her Centennial Avenue home.

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Football, 11/30/07 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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