Our Coaching Staff
Meet the 2019 Coaches
In order to build a successful program, it is vitally important to develop an atmosphere where EVERY individual feels as though they are important to the success of the program. This applies to coaches, players and managers. From the starting quarterback to the third string tackle on Junior Varsity team – every one contributes something to the program. Our talented coaching staff brings this philosophy to the field every day.
HEAD COACH: Mark Nutley – Head Coach / Defensive Coordinator
Coach Nutley grew up in Quincy, where he attended and played football and wrestled at Quincy High School. He then went on to play college lacrosse at Mount Ida College, before moving on to Fitchburg State University to play football for the Falcons where he was a two time All-NECF Defensive Tackle. He played four seasons in the Eastern Football League for the Boston Cowboys, earning all EFL 1st team for 3 seasons. He graduated from UMass Boston with a B.A in Sociology and History and earned a M.E.D. from Fitchburg State University.
Coach Nutley started his football coaching career at Quincy High from 2000-2004, and then moved on to Stonehill College from 2004-2008 to be the special teams coordinator and defensive line coach. He also coached at Marshfield High School for one season as part of the Super Bowl winning team in 2009. He joined Coach Connors at North Quincy HS 2010-2013 before becoming the head coach from 2013-2018. In 2017 Coach Nutley was elected to coach in the Shriner’s All-Star Football Game held a Bentley College. Along with coaching football, he has also has been the head lacrosse coach at NQHS from 2000-2012 and 2014 and the head wrestling coach 2013-2017. Currently he is an assistant coach on Coach Todd’s lacrosse staff at Hingham High School. He is a middle school history teacher (Grade 6) at Point Webster Middle School in Quincy. Coach Nutley and his wife Becky and their two boys Adam and Sean live in Marshfield, where he is coaching youth football and lacrosse.
Ron Barden – JV Defensive Coordinator / Assistant Line Coach
Coach Barden grew up in Quincy, MA where he played football under Coach Connor from 2006-2008 at North Quincy High School as an offensive and defensive lineman. Under Coach Connor, he was named captain of the football team his senior year and became a Boston Globe E.Mass All Star, Patriot Ledger All Scholastic and All Patriot League Player. Coach Barden went on to play football at Bentley University where he became a 3-year starter on the defensive line as a Nose Tackle. He graduated from Bentley University with a BS degree in Accountancy. This is Coach Barden’s second year coaching HS football and his first year at Hingham HS. He was the JV Defensive Coordinator and Offensive and Defensive Line Coach for both JV and Varsity under Coach Connor at Norwell HS last year.
Adam Bradshaw – JV Head Coach / Offensive Coordinator – Running Backs / Defensive Backs
Coach Bradshaw played high school football at Amsterdam High School in Amsterdam, NY, where he was a two-year starting defensive back and special teams player. He ended his career as part of a state championship winning team in 1995. Coach Bradshaw started his coaching career at Norwell High School in 2002 as a freshman assistant and Varsity scout, and over the past 16 years has served many roles for Norwell Football, including: Freshman Head Coach; JV Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator; Varsity Assistant/Special Teams Coordinator. As a Varsity Assistant, he has coached primarily WR’s and RB’s on offense, DB’s on defense, and special teams.
Robert Noble – Varsity Assistant – Offense / Quarterback Coach
Coach Noble rejoined Hingham High School in 2019, having served as our quarterback coach in 2016-17. A former stand-out high school football player, Coach Noble gained extensive coaching experience beginning in the Quincy Youth Football program and then joining the Quincy High football program where he rose to the position of head coach. While at Quincy, he earned multiple “Coach of the Year” awards, notched record wins against North Quincy in their traditional Thanksgiving Day game and was inducted into the Quincy/North Quincy High Hall of Fame. After stepping down as the Quincy head coach, Coach Noble went on to help Marshfield’s football program (2008-2015) win two State Championships as their quarterback coach.
Coach Noble retired after 28 years of teaching at Quincy High School. He is married (48 years!) to wife, Donna. Proud father of Chris, Elizabeth, and Kathryn. Loving grandfather of Macayla Noble, Devon, and Meredith Gatz. Greatgrandfather to Aliyah and Ava.
Matt Luccarelli – Varsity Assistant – Quarterbacks
Coach Luccarelli has coached high school football for 20 years. He coached in New Jersey, Norwell, and Pembroke. He is originally from NJ and played college football at Western New England University. He teaches 8th grade Social Studies at Norwell Middle School and is married with two boys ages 12 and 9.
Chris O’Neil – Freshman Defensive Coordinator
Coach O’Neil grew up in Plainville where he played defensive back and receiver for King Philip. He currently works as a PE/Health teacher at Norwell Middle School and has been teaching for five years. He has spent the past five years coaching the freshman football defense in Norwell under Coach Connor. He is currently Norwell’s head winter track coach and assistant in the spring.
Drew Pace – Varsity Assistant/Defensive Backs/Wide Receivers – Head Strength and Conditioning
Coach Pace grew up in Torrington, CT where he played football and baseball, earning All-League, All-State and Nutmeg Bowl Football All-Star Game recognition. He attended Yale University, playing both football and baseball, and was a member of two Ivy League Championship football teams and recipient of the Gerald R. Ford Scholar-Athlete award. He received his MBA from the Tuck School at Dartmouth, followed by a career in the financial services industry. Coach Pace spent many years coaching youth football, basketball, and baseball in Hingham before joining the high school program. In addition to coaching football, Drew serves as a strength and conditioning coach for the football team as well as several other Hingham High School teams. He lives with his wife Sue and their two children in Hingham.
Bill Reardon – Assistant Head Coach / Running Backs/ Defensive Secondary Coach
Coach Reardon grew up in Quincy, MA where he was an All-League defensive back and running back for the Quincy Presidents football team, graduating in 1991. He then played for Stonehill College from 1991-1995 where he was a two-time All-League defensive back and captain his senior year. He went on to earn his Master’s Degree from UMass Boston in 1999 and has been a guidance counselor at Quincy High School for the past 19 years. Coach Reardon began his coaching career as an assistant for Quincy High School in the fall of 1995, was the Presidents’ defensive coordinator from 1999 to 2007 and head coach for the Presidents from 2008 to 2017. He was selected into the QHS/NQHS Football Hall of Fame in 2006, was selected as the Patriot League Coach of the Year following the 2012 season and was named as the New England Patriots’ Coach of the Week in October, 2014. He currently lives in Plymouth with his wife Michele, daughter Brooke and son Nicholas.
Rich Terres – Freshman Offensive Coordinator / Varsity Assistant
Coach Terres grew up in Lansing, Michigan and was a two-time All-League tight end/defensive end for Lansing Catholic Central High School. He graduated from Michigan State University and earned his MBA from Northeastern University. He has coached youth sports teams in Denver, Toronto, and Hingham. Coach Terres coached five years with Neal Kenney and Sean Cavanaugh at Hingham Youth Football and his teams reached the playoffs four times with one Super Bowl appearance. In both 2014 and 2015, Coach Terres helped lead the freshman team to very successful 10-1 records. In 2016 and 2017, Coach Terres and Coach Harrington led the freshman teams to 9-2 and 8-3 finishes, respectively. He and his wife Robin and their three children (all HHS graduates) have lived in Hingham for 15 years.