Author: Sean Blanchard

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.” 

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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