Bedford Red football team remains perfect

The Bedford Red flag football team made it a perfect 3-0 with a 2-1 win over NorRock in Raymond.

The Bulldogs got things started on their first drive behind a great run from Logan Dollard, behind the wrecking crew blocking tandem of Zach Younis and Jacob Shadroui. This set up Denys Savenko for a touchdown run as he juked and slashed his way to his fifth TD of the season and a 1-0 Bulldogs lead.

The defense again played huge as Ike Corbett pulled multiple flags in the first half and stymying any momentum the home team tried to create. Cam Doyle and Reed Olejarz provided support on the edges, keeping the score 1-0 deep into the second half.


The Bedford Bulldogs Yellow played tough game against Salem on Sunday.

Some superb blocking from Gunnar Janicke and John Hollis sprung speedster, Cooper Gunning down the sideline for the lone Bedford TD in the defeat.

Cody Beyer, William Riley, Cameron Calkins, Bentley Champagne and Taven Sealy all had big runs for Bedford. Caleb Hinton, Ben King, Janicke and Hollis anchored the defense.


The Bulldogs Blue flag squad remained unbeaten on the season with 3-0 win over Londonderry White.

Brian Gaudreau set the tone early, taking the game’s opening handoff the distance for a touchdown. On defense, Owen Brimblecom iand Mason Garrett were all over the field de-flagging Londonderry ball-carriers.

Runs from Kellen Lucius, Nicholas Jodoin, and Brimblecom set up Luke Maye on a QB keeper for the Bulldogs’ second score. Sam Rousseau, Lucius and Proulx all had big stops on defense to protect the lead.

Joey Suozzo closed out the scoring on a pass to Garrett.


It was a tough 7-0 loss to the Pelham Razorbacks for the 8U Bulldogs team.

The team started off strong with a few good offensive series with Ben Lu as the center and runs from Camden Santos, Jack Redfern and Jack Tamulevich.

The Bulldog defense led by Gabe Landies held strong with some great hits by Gavin McConnell, Rordan Kemmerer, Liam Shannon and Graham Chmielecki.


It was a battle of unbeatens as Bedford’s 9U Crew traveled to Pelham, and this one turned out to be no-contest with Bedford rolling, 25-0.

James Tamulevich set the tone for the day, blocking a Pelham punt, giving the Bulldogs great field position.

Drew Redfern, Andre Steinbrueck, and Hunter Crowley had nice runs, putting Bedford into the red zone. Hudson Schmitt then popped a big gain to the 1-yard line and Hunter Crowley moved the pile back for the opening touchdown.

Tamulevich took the second-half kickoff for a 60-yard touchdown to make it 13-0. QB Trenton Otero and James Gilbert both picked up big first downs and then Otero popped off a wedge play for a nifty 21-yard score, giving Bedford a 19-0 lead. Andre Steinbrueck and Tamulevich each had fumble recoveries in the second half.


The 10U Bulldogs lost a hard-fought game to Pelham in a rematch of last year’s state semifinal game.

Monster blocks from Justin Chiras, Christian Page, and Kyle Konieczny would spring Brady Doldo for his third score of the season, a 75-yard sprint to paydirt for the Bulldogs.


Nick Polishan and Mahith Narreddy played strong games at defensive end. Nate Clark, Will Helmke and Spencer Henrichon all were stout up front for the Bulldogs.

Danny Black hit Luke Soden on a 55-yard bomb to put Bedford up, 6-0. Soden added a late 5-yard TD run.


Cal McAuliffe and Sean Toscano contained the run as best they could facing a double-team most plays. EJ Kissell fought hard in the trenches. Mason Kimball was able to hold his own on the defensive line and make an impressive tackle. Parker Bromley had strong play all day at middle linebacker and fullback. Evan Cibotti stopped a couple scoring attempts from safety and Aiden O’Connell was able to get a highlight-worthy interception on a blitz by Bedford.

Nate Gordon energized the crowd with his first reception of the year from Josh Webb. Colby Snow had some nice tackles on defense and had some hard fought gains on offense.


The JHL Junior Varsity Bulldogs are still undefeated with a 34-0 win against the Manchester Bears. The defense dominated the entire game.

The JV defense scored one TD and shut them down all game. The defensive back field gave up 0 yards passing between coverage and the pass rush there was nothing the Bears could do.


The 2017 JHL Varsity Bulldogs are 2-0 with a win over Manchester Bears.

The final score was 28-6. The offense scored four rushing TD’s.

The offensive line was the played very well in the game as the Bulldogs did not punt all game.

The passing game had some big plays. The defense gave up one TD late in the 4th quarter.