Katie Falkowski is the newest member of the Barnstable High School Red Hawks football coaching staff as an offensive assistant.
Boston finishes another unbeaten regular season & Smith makes history (New England Football Journal)
Smith set a new all-time record for receiving yards in the WFA as the Renegades finished the regular season 6-0 after a 60-28 victory over the Diva
The Renegades blew out the Pittsburgh Passion 47-8 at Harry Della Russo Stadium this past Saturday.
Despite only being with Boston for a short time, Rachael Sullivan serves as role model to her teammates and family.
Two minutes and 37 seconds is all it took for the Renegades to clinch the victory in the home opener at Della Russo Stadium on Saturday night.
Boston cruises to 2-0 with 47-point win over Tampa ahead of home opener this Saturday (New England Football Journal)
The Renegades went down to Tampa and beat the Inferno by 47 in a shutout win.
The three-time defending WFA National champs went on the road and scored 35 points in the second quarter en route to a dominant 69-28 victory.
On eve of her 19th season, no butterflies for Cahill, just excitement (New England Football Journal)
When you’ve played professional football for nearly two decades, there aren’t many things that can phase you.
The Renegades are led by the best player in the league and most likely the best player in women’s history, quarterback Allison Cahill. Go see the only GOAT quarterback left around he
Women’s Football Alliance National Championship will air live on ESPN2 (New England Football Journal)
“It may very well be another showcase of a pro New England football team on the world’s most well-known sports centric TV network.”
Renegades: Boston caps historic season with third straight WFA National Championship (New England Football Journal)
After succeeding in the shadows for years, the Boston Renegades have loudly announced they are the newest pro football dynasty in New England.
Allison Cahill doing her best Brady impression as Boston looks for three-peat (New England Football Journal)
Cahill was named the Women’s Football Alliance National Football Conference Most Valuable Player for the fourth time. Since starting her football career in 2003, Cahill has been about as close to Tom Brady as you can get on the field.
Luckily for local supporters — and there were a lot of them on hand Saturday night — it appears that Boston may just be the best women’s football team in the country.