Sunday, February 3, 2013
The San Francisco 49ers will take on the Baltimore Ravens during Super Bowl 2013 on Sunday, Feb. 3.
Sunday, February 3
Super Bowl 2013 is here, with the showdown of the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens today. The XLVII Super Bowl will take place at 5:30 p.m. Sunday CBS-TV. Coverage of the Super Bowl will start at 1 p.m. with "Super Bowl Today" until 5 p.m. The "Super Bowl Kick Off Show" will start at 5 p.m. If you're looking for a place to watch the game in Barnstable, here are some suggestions: The writers at Bleacher Report have offered their Super Bowl predictions, but if you're interested in some more untraditional predictions, take a look at TIME Magazine's list of "Wacky Ways of Predicting the Winner," which includes computer and Madden NFL 2013 simulations. Tell us: Where do you plan to watch the game? And if you plan to order from a …
A Ravens cheerleader has been making headlines for the reasons she says she was banned from cheering on Super Bowl Sunday.
The story of a Baltimore Ravens cheerleader who said she was disciplined for weight gain—and believes this is a reason she was left behind from the Super Bowl—has been making headlines across the country. Cheerleader Courtney Lenz said she thinks her team didn't take her to the Super Bowl was because she gained 1.6 pounds. Admittedly, her story has changed through the week: Yahoo Sports noted she first said the team was upset because she had chosen to retire at the end of the season. She later told Good Morning America she thought the decision was because of her weigh-in. The alleged snub led to supporters starting an online petition to reinstate her, The Huffington Post reported. The team has said they picked cheerleaders for the Super …
Saturday, December 1, 2012
Barnstable comes up short in close loss to Everett in Division 1A MIAA State Title Game.
In a game filled with ample interceptions, turnovers, missed catches, and personal fouls by both teams, the Barnstable Red Raider's hopes for a state championship were dashed by the Everett Crimson Tide on Saturday afternoon at Gillette Statium. The final score of the game was 20 to 19, with Everett taking home the Division 1A MIAA Superbowl win. The game started with Everett capitalizing on an interception early in the 1st quarter. At the half time, Everett lead Barnstable 13 to 7. Everett expanded their lead to 20 to 7 in the 3rd quarter. Barnstable scored back to back touchdowns in the 4th and drove down the field with seconds left in the game, but was unable to get to the end zone. Following the game, Red Raider fans took to Facebook …
The Div. 1A MIAA Superbowl match-up Saturday at Gillette Stadium features Barnstable High (11-0) versus Everett High (11-1). Kickoff at Gillette Stadium is 1:30 pm.
Can't make the Superbowl at Gillette Stadium this Saturday? Be sure to follow along on Patch's live blog on Saturday, starting at 1:30pm. You'd swear you were there. What's that you say? You'll be at the game! Awesome! Tweet us your photos and join in the live blogging fun. Whether you are at the game or at home or out on the water fishing, join in the conversation and fun with Barnstable-Hyannis Patch's live blog. Go, Red Raiders!
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Barnstable wins 28-7 over Lincoln-Sudbury in Tuesday's game.
Barnstable beat Lincoln-Sudbury tonight for the MIAA Division 1A Superbowl spot. The Red Raiders will play the winner of tonight's game of Masconomet vs. Everett, Lynn (Manning Field), at 7:45 p.m. in the Division 1A championship. For complete play-by-play read our Live Blog. Check back for Superbowl game updates.
Wednesday, February 1, 2012
Would you bet a Centerville Pie that the New England Patriots are taking home the trophy?
A Patriots win over the New York Giants should be easy as pie, at least Governor Deval Patrick thinks so. Patrick and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo yesterday announced a friendly wager in advance of Sunday’s Super Bowl rematch between the New England Patriots and the New York Giants. In honor of Super Bowl XLVI, Governor Patrick wagered 46 Centerville Pies, Legal Sea Foods clam chowder and 46 cases of all natural chips from Food Should Taste Good. “In the spirit of good sportsmanship, I wish the Giants well -- but not that well!" said Governor Patrick. “We are looking forward to bringing another Super Bowl championship back to Massachusetts. Go Pats!” Governor Cuomo wagered 46 cheesecakes from Junior's in Brooklyn, 46 cases of New York-…