Next game vs Marshfield Friday 4/23/2021 @ 7:00 PM
Mansfield Hornets (5-0) will now host the Marshfield Rams (4-0) on Friday, April 23rd at 7:00 pm on Alumni Field.
These teams are long-time Div. 2 playoff rivals with games in 2014-Marshfield State Champs, 2015, 2016 and 2019-Mansfield State Champs.
Hornets are proud and honored to wear the initials of Peter DeGirolamo on their helmets
this season to honor the life of one of Mansfield’s finest.
He would do anything to help others and this season we play in his honor!
A Hall of Famer on and off the field!
Coach Redding with 2021 Captains
left to right, Coach Redding, TJ Guy, Nico Holmes, Nick Bertolino, and Jack McCoy.
Meet the 2020/21 Mansfield Football Captains
L to R: Jake McCoy, Nick Bertolino, Nico Holmes, T. J. Guy
Mansfield moves back into the #2 spot for Top Teams of the 21st Century
in Massachusetts with an overall winning percentage of 81.2%,
second only to Everett High School.
Congratulations on being ranked #13 in the Final Poll of the 2019 Prep Nation
Northeast Regional Rankings. This includes all high school teams from all
divisions from 9 different states in the Northeast. Mansfield is one of only 7
public high schools ranked in the Top 15 in the Northeast. (List)
Congratulations T. J. Guy
"TJ' has committed to continue his education and football career at the University of Michigan
2019 Record Book (link) Weight Room web site Link 2021 Freshman page link
Guide Book link Map of school area link Mansfield Town Website link Two point decision link Greatest games link Mansfield Hall of Fame link Mansfield/Foxboro history link
Photos for 2019 2019 Football Season Photos Link Photos from Kara Colby Photo link LaSalle Game photos Photo link
Thank you Shelley Rapoza for the great action photos! Our family photo album from the trip (Link) A collection of old photos from the 80's taken by Mr. Redding Old Photos Shelly Rapoza photos link Older game photos link
A note from the Zonghetti family
Matthew Zonghetti Memorial
KINDNESS, GOODNESS, THOUGHTFULNESS. Last night (9/28/2020), to continue to honor Matt's legacy, a beautiful bench, overlooking Alumni Field, was installed.
Jane Maher, with the help of Mike Redding, Mary Watkins and Michael Trowbridge led the charge to gain approval for the bench.
MHS's Physical Education department brought the bench to its location and Chris Colby with the help of his family installed the concrete pad and the bench.
The bench is perfect. The location is perfect. Matt is proud.
Thank you to those mentioned above and to so many of you who helped to fund the bench.
We say it so often.... we live in such an incredible and caring town whose residents continue to support us by keeping Matt's memory alive. #LiveLikeZ
Mattt tragically lost his life in an avalanche while skiing in New Mexico.
Also, Taos Ski Valley as named a ski run in honor of Matt.
Matthew C. Zonghetti Scholarship Fund
Please make checks payable to the "Matthew C. Zonghetti Scholarship Fund".
Mail to; Mansfield Bank, 80 North Main Street, Mansfield, MA 02048 Attn: Tellers
Matt with his parents after his Thanksgiving game.
Live Like Z Foundation
A fundraiser for the Z foundation.
A donation of ANY amount gets a decal. Donations can be made via Venmo to Diane-Mcguire-4 or to paypal using firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please put “MZSF” and a home address and I will mail (or deliver to mailbox) the decals.
If there is more than one decal needed please stipulate #.
MANSFIELD -- The Gridiron Club dedicated what it is calling a "Salute to Service" at the high school football field Sept. 14.
The structure includes seven flag poles with flags from the various military services as well as the American flag.
Located in the west end of the football field, it will be called "Hero's Corner." Photos from the event.
Mansfield High School Football Program Mission statement
Provide student athletes an enjoyable, rewarding experience in athletics that also allows them to develop
skills and values that will afford them the opportunity to be successful, contributing members of the 21st century society.
We consider ourselves a "college prep" program on and off the field and we will do everything we
can to prepare your son to be accepted to a competitive college or university of his choice and,
if interested, to continue his playing career on the college level.
Attentive, involved and respectful in the classroom.
Conscientious in completing assignments and preparing for evaluations.
Long-term preparation to earn a college degree and pursue a rewarding career.
Goal: Pass all classes and earn Honor roll status (team goal 80%)
Accept the challenges and responsibilities of leadership.
Be enthusiastic role models for younger student athletes by example.
Become involved in school and community activities.
Volunteer your time to help others who are less able or less fortunate.
Example: Volunteer for leaf raking for the elderly, Relay for Life, Student Gov't.
Develop an appreciation for hard work, preparation and commitment.
Compete with your best effort and intensity, but always with sportsmanship.
Build teamwork skills and the ability to work toward goals with others.
Represent the school and community with pride and class in all areas.
Win with class, lose with dignity, but never surrender!
Team unity is most important in times of adversity!
The Mansfield coaching staff runs a leadership training seminar once a month for members of the football team.
During these sessions a verity of subjects are covered:
1-Goal setting (Personal life goals, scholastic goals and athletic goals)
2-Handling problem social situations.
3-Involvement in community activities.
4-Honoring the traditions established by their predecessors.
5-Proper nutrition/healthy lifestyles.
6-Team building activities.
These and many other subjects are discussed. Attendance is voluntary.
The object of these seminars is to help make the students a more responsible member of the school and community at large.
The coaching staff believes that it is our responsibility to engage these student athletes in a leadership curriculum. We believe that our student athletes are members of the community first and football players second.
By developing the character of our players we believe they will become life-long contributing members of the community.
Under Coach Redding (1988-present)
State Division Two Championship
In 2013 Mansfield won the first true state championship
and was consensus number one team in Massachusetts
by all major news outlets.
Eight Super Bowl
Div. III 1992: 1994: 1996: 2003:
Div. II 2004: 2010: 2013: 2019