Welcome to Austin Football 2012!
We have been competing in the Catholic Central League Large School Division (Massachusetts Division 3) since 2001. Last year the team finished 1-4 in the CCL, and finishing 3-7 overall.
The sport is offered on three levels- varsity, junior varsity, and freshman. Coach Bill Maradei has been at the helm for 19 years at Austin Prep and has been coaching as a head coach for over 33 years . He was elected to the Massachusetts Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame and was inducted on April 26, 2009. His overall career record for 33years is 238-108-4, and his career at Austin record is 138-70-0.
Coach Maradei has developed over 116 CCL All-Stars and six All-Scholastic football players here at Austin: QB Andrew Timofeev (’97), RB Andrew Samalis (’99), QB Derek Mazza (’00), RB Anthony Castellano (’02), the only three-time All-Scholastic Nathan Sherr (’07) and Brendan Burke (’10).
Returning starter’s on this year’s squad are seniors Dan Arena, Tim Bryan, Ryan Burke, John Campanella, Matt Centore, John Cronin, Joe Griffin, Michael Jones, Robert Kramer, Stephen Rickley and Brendan Taylor.
2012 varsity captains
Ryan Burke '13
Matthew Centore '13
Nicholas Vitale '13
Click the links below for each football team's scores and schedules:
Junior Varsity Football
Super Bowl 2009 Media Coverage
Click here for the Boston Herald's coverage of our own Cougars, Mark Maradei '12 and Coach BIll Maradei.
Click here to read the Boston Herald's article on captain Billy Maradei '11, and here for the Herald's video interview with Coach Maradei.
Click the links below to read media coverage from the 2009 season, including the Cougars' playoff run:
Boston Globe, December 2
Boston Herald, December 1
Boston Herald, November 30
Boston Herald, November 27
Boston Globe, November 27
Lowell Sun, November 16
Boston Herald, November 16
Lowell Sun, November 8
Boston Herald, November 8
Boston Globe, November 8
Lowell Sun, November 1
Lowell Sun, October 26
Boston Globe, October 26
Boston Herald, September 9
Click here for an article on all-time leading scorer Nathan Sherr '07.