A pair of Barnstable High School graduates got a chance to play on their sport’s biggest stage.
press box: 2017
All the stories about our 2017 season.
Kyle Wescott of MyW Sports reports on the 2017 WFA National Championship Game.
In recent years, the New England Patriots have set the standard for dominance in professional football. Now, a local women’s team is looking to do the same.
Eleven players from the Boston Renegades have been recognized as All-Americans by the Women’s Football Alliance.
Barnstable High School graduates Marcia Beatty and Steph Jeffers will play on the biggest stage their sport has to offer Saturday night.
When Mansfield teacher Hillary Crook puts her game face on, woe be to anyone with thoughts of getting their hands on her quarterback.
Emily Beinecke, a former three-sport athlete at Concord-Carlisle, will be playing with the Boston Renegades football team in the Women’s Football Alliance title game this Saturday.
Boston Defeats Chicago Force 47-33 to advance to the WFA National Championship Game (WBowl II).
The Boston Renegades advanced to the WFA league championship game by defeating the Chicago Force 47-33.
The Boston Renegades will be taking on the Chicago Force in the National Conference Championship at Harry Della Russo Stadium in Revere on July 8.
The WFA Regional Finals were hosted by the Boston Renegades at O’Connor Stadium at Catholic Memorial High School in West Roxbury.
A fumble recovery by Renegades defensive end Brooke Goodman in the final minute of a rainy fourth quarter sealed a come-from-behind victory over the visiting Pittsburgh Passion, 33-28.