Hurricanes Look For More in 2024!

The Marshfield Hurricanes are coming off of their first Championship Season and are looking to retool and defend the title in 2024!  The Hurricanes are the longest running programs on the South Shore going on to our 9th season, we are looking for more local talent to help defend our title!

If you are interested in continuing to build a championship program, register to be a part of our team this season!


    Four Deep Sports Talk Interview

    This past weekend Canes linebackers Conner McDermott and Izzy Rivera joined general manager Sean Blanchard on Four Deep Sports Talk on WARA Atlleboro to talk about the championship season and upcoming national championship in January. Thank you to Dom and the Four Deep Sports Talk team for having us on!

    Hurricanes Win Harvest Bowl

    This past Saturday the Hurricanes took on the Windsor Flyers. The Canes were able to take home the hardware with a close 22-21 victory. RB Chris McNally took home Offensive Player of the Game and DE Michael Garcia won Defensive Player of the Game. This win gives the Canes an automatic bid to Nationals in Orlando, Florida.

    Hurricanes Roll in Awards at ECFL Banquet

    The Hurricanes were recipients of 6 awards at the ECFL Banquet. The team won awards for Community Service for its work off the field, Organization of the Year, League MVP (Eric Hamlin), Special Teams PoTY (Tyler Hersey), Offensive Lineman OTY (Justin Reis), & Offensive PoTY (Marquem Monroe). Team Owner & Head Coach John Fossetti told ECFL reps ” I’m extremely proud of the work this team did on and off the field. We were the #1 ranked offense all year, #3 ranked defense down the stretch, and we’re able to host our 3rd Annual Football Clinic with the Marshfield Boys & Girls Club where we’ve hosted over 500 kids in 3 years! I couldn’t be more excited for next year.”

    Hurricanes Win Championship!!


    The Hurricanes took home their first ever champioship with their win in the East Conference. The Canes faced the Mill City Eagles in Lawrence, Mass and won in convincing fashion with a 50-21 final score in this rematch. Canes QB and Captain Eric Hamlin threw multiple touchdown passes to WR Alex Young. The high powered offense could not be stopped as RB Chris McNally, WR Marquem Monroe, WR, Dutchie Arroyo and WR Deven Frye all reached the endzone as well.


    The defense was not to be outdone as they faced an Eagles high powered offense that fell short of all their season averages in this game. There was a big interception by Canes LB Terrance Gomes which turned the tides early. The Canes were the recipient of multiple turnovers and made the most of their opportunities.   Head Coach John Fossetti said on the team win for their first championship “I’m so proud of this team and how they came together. I wouldn’t have wanted to win this with anyone else.” 

    Game 7: Hurricanes Improve to 4-2-1

    The Hurricanes were victorious Saturday night against the Randolph Oilers with a 36-18 victory. The Hurricanes Traveled to Randolph and came ready to play. The Defense stepped up huge getting 5 Interceptions while the offense just moved the ball all day.

    The scoring started on an opening drive when Dutchie Arroyo took a sweep off tackle and plunged in for a Touchdown. The Defense was then able to get the ball back with Safety J.V. Hunter picked off the Oilers Quarterback Eli Marrero.

    The ensuing drive, the Hurricanes scored another touchdown to go up 14-0 when Quarterback Eric Hamlin throw a short pass to Marqueem Monroe and Monroe scampered in for a 20 yard TD.

    With just under 2 minutes left in the half, the Hurricanes pinned the Oilers deep. As they were working out of their end zone, Defensive Lineman Pat Zadrozny pressured Marrero into throwing another interception. Hurricanes Taylor Frye was there to get the ball back to the Hurricanes. As time was winding down in the Half. Hamlin hit Monroe again for a 2 yard TD making the score 21-0 going into the half.

    The Oilers got the ball to start the second half, as they were driving down the field, Marrero threw his third interception to Hurricanes Cornerback Jose Santos who then had an amazing return before being tackled at the 24 yard line.

    Just 2 plays after the interception, Running Back Chris McNally spun himself into the touchdown for his first of the day and put the Hurricanes up 29-0.

    The Oilers found a little bit of life as they were marching the ball back down the field on the ensuing drive. Marrero, after being pressured most of the night, was able to roll out of the pocket, set up and threw a deep ball. As the ball started coming down, Taylor Frye jumped up and snagged it out of the air for his second interception of the night.

    The Hurricanes couldn’t capitalize on that turnover and had a penalty plagued drive that forced them to punt. The Oilers started to get something going when Marrero found James Suber in the back of the end zone with 8 minutes left to play and cut the league down to 29-8.

    The Hurricanes answered with a 93 yard drive that had a couple of big plays by Running back Roscoe Dozier with a 24 yard run and Wide Receiver Alex Young with a 40 yard pass before Hamlin hit Wide Receiver Deven Frye for a short 1 yard Touchdown Pass to put the Canes up 36-8.

    With 3 minutes left, the Oilers didn’t give up. They moved the ball downfield and capped off the final score of the game when Eli Marrero scrambled for a 35 yard touchdown.

    With the win, the Hurricanes improve to 4-2-1 and they will face division rival the Granite State Destroyers for the number 2 seed and a chance to host the East Coast Football League Semi Finals game. The Destroyers are coming in at 5-1-1 in what will be the ECFL game of the week. The Destroyers and Hurricanes always have great games as 2 of the longest running programs in their Division.

    Don’t miss the Hurricanes the Saturday night, August 19th as they play the Destroyers at Marshfield High School. Kickoff is at 7pm, come on down and support the Hurricanes as they push for a championship!

    Tropical Storm Coming to You?

    The Hurricanes might play out of Marshfield but the team itself is from all over Massachusetts. The team represents 6 different counties in the state and over 20 towns! This year we have several players coming from Rhode Island too!! In the past, we’ve also had players travel from New Hampshire to play with us. The team is Marshfield in name, south shore in spirit but players come far and wide to play for our organization. Be a part of something players are willing to travel to. Sign up today!

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    Hurricanes Partner with Fit Factory

    We are proud to announce a sponsorship with Fit Factory. Fit Factory has 7 locations across the country with lots of room to add more facilities. We will be using their Kingston location for team workouts. Workouts will be every Wednesday starting January 11th at 7pm. These workouts will be completely free to potential athletes who sign up using the link at the bottom of the page. 

    When asked about this opportunity General Manager Sean Blanchard had this to say “it’s always been a dream of the Hurricanes to partner with a gym. To be able to work with a top notch gym and a national brand is something we couldn’t pass up.” Players will be able to use the facilities for workouts on Wednesdays before preseason starts. For those looking for a more complete offseason workout routine Fit Factory will be offering discounts to players who sign up with the team. Please email for more information. 

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    Its Hurricanes Season!

    Are you prepared for the 2022 Marshfield Hurricanes Season? The Marshfield Hurricanes look to regain their championship ways in 2022.

    The Marshfield Hurricanes will have a different look this season. The Hurricanes are Defense will be Coordinated by the new Defensive Coordinator Marty O’Donnell. Coach O’Donnell has many years of coaching and returns to the Defensive Coordinator duties for the Hurricanes. On the Offensive Side the Hurricanes will have Coach Don Rosen becoming the new play caller. Coach Rosen has many years of coaching with championship experience. The Hurricanes are excited to get the 2022 season kicked off on June 11!

    The Hurricanes Defense has always been the bright spot of the team. They will return former All Stars, Pat Zadronzy from Abington, Joe Amaral from Marshfield, Pierre Benson and former League Defensive MVP Brian Owusu from Weymouth. In the Defensive Backfield they will have a new look with the only returning Defensive back and long time Hurricane Joune Fraser from Barnstable leading the pack.

    Offensively the Hurricanes have brought in some new weapons to that side of the ball. They are returning their 2 QBs, Mark Reale and Flacko Releford and they have a third looking to compete for the starting position in Mike Contreras. At Receiver, they will be returning Jason McDonough from Marshfield, Deven Frye from Falmouth, Corey Devlin from Hanover and Evantz Elizma from Sharon. While at running back the Canes return Dashaun Dias and Dmitry Laforest from Hanover while adding Dmitry Revolous to the mix. The Canes will also look for big plays by Pauly Bonfiglio from the slot and in the return game.

    The Hurricanes are extremely excited with all of the new additions to the team this year and they look to get back to their championship ways. The first game of the season is the East Coast Football Leagues Game of the Week as the Hurricanes will host their Rival the Granite State Destroyers. The kickoff will be on June 11 at 7pm at Marshfield High School. Tickets will be general admission $10 for Adults $5 for Senior Citizens and High School Students 13-18 and everyone 12 and under gets in FREE!

    2022 Cornhole Tournament

    The Marshfield Hurricanes Cornhole Tournament is here! Please join us at Lucky Dawg in Pembroke on June 4th at 12pm. Family and friends are welcome! All proceeds will go towards the Hurricanes team expenses and initiatives such as our Hurricanes Holiday and local camps.

    $50 per team – Prizes will be awarded to 1st & 2nd place! 

    To Register, Please Fill out the form below. You will then be prompted to pay your registration of $50 per team.