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Harbormen Are Back On The Gridiron
Hingham Anchor article about the start of the Fall II Football season practices of the Hingham High School Harbormen Football teams.
The Hingham Football Team’s “50 Flags”
Contribution Is A Success!
Left to Right: Aiden Crean, Dan Hannon, Pat Petrillo, Ryan Devine, Cooper Estes, Charlie Crean,
Coach Nutley, John O’Connor, Drew Kenn, Henry Crean, Ryan Magori
While we’re all still waiting to see what Fall may ultimately mean for high school football and other sports, the HHS Football team kicked off the season with a strong showing of support for our town’s highly successful “50 Flags” program. The team stepped up with 25 team members installing 4150 flags the weekend prior to the July 4th holiday, and 16 players removing 4450 flags the weekend following. The extras were the result of many community citizens ordering flags once they saw how magnificent all the installations looked!
All told, 50 Flags enjoyed its most successful year ever, according to program leaders Tom “Hoffy” Hoffman and Sue Rizzo, who put countless hours into generating participation and coordinating the installation/removal of over 15,000 flags! That’s an amazing statement from the community, overcoming the lack of our traditional July 4th parade and fireworks to raise funds and our town’s spirits. The contributions of the HHS football team to the effort will net us $1500 to apply toward the booster fund.
Thanks to all team members and families who participated, and let’s keep the positive energy, and safe, smart behavior going toward making the 2020 HHS Football season a reality.