Sunday, September 6, 2015

Cosmos wear down MSJ, 45-27

The game plan of the Springfield Cosmos was to pound the ball against Mount St. Joseph Academy, employing a stable of hard running backs. The Cosmos’ ground game proved dominant and coupled with the 80-plus degree heat and the short Mountie bench, Springfield was too much for MSJ to handle.


  1. Way to go boys!!!!

  2. they beat a team of 14 kids,might be only win of the year

    1. turd ferguson9/8/15, 8:35 PM

      Gotta start somewhere! Good to see they got a win early hopefully they can build on it. Town sports need support not negativity. At least they make the news for being a plus to the community unlike others in this town

    2. Tim Gagnier9/9/15, 2:01 PM

      Anonymous 6:43....
      Have YOU ever strapped on football pads and played the sport? How about instead of anonymously "bashing" high school students you come to the field on Friday at 7pm and watch them in action?
      If you'd like to know how to support them, I'll be there at 530 to help make sure the field is ready if you'd like to discuss it with me. I'll be the guy wearing Green and White. Hurry, because after 7 I'll be on the sidelines volunteering my time doing the "chain gang" and will be too busy for you.

    3. yes I have played, and I was there watching the week before

    4. Great Play-Calling, Kids played hard! Too bad the coaches weren't prepared better against the Wasp.


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