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The Loomis Chaffee School has had a long history of outstanding football. Legendary Coaches Ralph Erickson and Bill Eaton have set the bar high for the Pelicans each fall.

Whether you are a novice, a seasoned veteran, or a post-graduate, there is a place for you in our program. The varsity team has an eight game independent schedule that follows pre-season camp, and the junior varsity team plays a seven game schedule against local competition. There is no need to have had a lifetime of play in order to participate in football at Loomis Chaffee. Since we are seriously committed to developing a strong program, coaches use identical concepts in all aspects of the game. This allows players to move between teams if and when the need arises.

Loomis Chaffee football players are committed to excellence in academics and athletics. Loomis Chaffee football players are encouraged to participate in other sports programs during the winter and spring, and most are multi-sport athletes. Football players at The Loomis Chaffee School work hard on and off the field. They play with dignity whether in victory or defeat, and they strive to uphold the standards necessary to succeed as a Loomis Chaffee student-athlete.

If you have an interest in attending Loomis Chaffee and playing football, please e-mail Coach Reid at chuck_reid@loomis.org or call him on his cell at (603)496-5335.

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Congratulations to the members of the class of 2014 who will be continuing their football careers at the following schools:

Class of 2014
Pat Afriyie Colgate University
Mustafa Anthony Stonehill College
Jack Blatchford Wagner College
Andrew Cowan Bowdoin College
Connor Cox University of Dayton
Errol Francis Pomona College
Sam Healy Claremont McKenna College
Zach Harris Pomona College
Malachi Hoskins University at Albany
Reinaldo Maristany Princeton University
Kieran Presley University of New Hampshire
Chris Sarni Lehigh University
Sam Wilson Williams College

Class of 2013
Tucker Cheyne MIT
Luvin De Leon Williams College
LJ Lawrence Bates College
Collin Morris Union College
Durelle Napier Princeton University
Reginald Paige Princeton University
AJ Poplin Amherst College
John Reddington University of Maine
Brendan Wagner Dickinson College
Emanuell Williams Georgetown University

Class of 2012

 Stewart Anoya

 Queens College
 Kevin Caba  Endicott College
 Jack Drew  Amherst College
 Chris Edwards  Brown University
 Drew Ghio  University of Connecticut
 Steven Martinez  College of the Holy Cross
 Brian Nance  Trinity College
 Lyle Seebeck  Bates College
 Jon Spivey  Wesleyan University
 Zach Williams  Marist College
 Josh Winslow  Dartmouth College
 Stephan Turner Oklahoma Baptist


Class of 2011
 Aaron Barret  Union College
 Ladarius Drew  Wesleyan University
 Dan Farley  University of Rhode Island
 Caleb Harris  Colby College
 James Kavanagh  Earlhan College
 Anthony Knowlton  St. Lawrence University
 Sherman Peoples  WPI
 Chai Reece  Dartmouth College
 Jared Roberts  Lafayette College


Class of 2010
Teddy Baker USC
Griffin Cardew Bowdoin College
Mike Cifor University of Chicago
Michael Kielbasa Stonehill College                  
Andrew Kukesh Bates College
Cam Sandquist Yale University
Jake Semones Yale University

Having amassed a 9-0 record in the regular season, Tucker Cheyne '13 and the MIT Engineers football team played in the squad's first post-season game in school history on Saturday in Bangor, Maine, against Husson University in the first round of the NCAA Division III Tournament. Sophomore Cheyne is the team's kicker and helped to propel the team to overtime play, setting up MIT's 27-20 win to advance in the tournament.

The football team moved to 3-0 on the season after Saturday's 14-13 win over Phillips Exeter on the road in New Hampshire.

The Pelicans turned in another strong performance Saturday on the gridiron as the team traveled to Pawling, New York, to take on a strong squad from Trinity-Pawling and post a 17-6 win over the Pride.

In front of hundreds of Loomis Chaffee Centennial celebrants on Saturday, the football team opened its 2014 season with a 13-0 win over defending Class A New England Champion Phillips Andover Academy.

Sixty-two members of the Loomis Chaffee football program checked in for the first preseason practice on Thursday.
Team Results
Saturday, 11/08/2014
  vs. Suffield Academy
L   |  7-16
Saturday, 11/01/2014
  vs. Choate Rosemary Hall
L   |  8-14
Saturday, 10/25/2014
  vs. Worcester Academy
W   |  17-15
Saturday, 10/18/2014
  vs. Cushing Academy
W   |  32-0
Saturday, 10/11/2014
  vs. Deerfield Academy
W   |  36-21
Saturday, 10/04/2014
  vs. Phillips Exeter Academy
W   |  14-13   |  recap
Saturday, 09/27/2014
  vs. Trinity-Pawling School
W   |  17-6
Saturday, 09/20/2014
  vs. Phillips Academy (Andover)
W   |  13-0
Saturday, 09/13/2014
  vs. Avon Old Farms School
scrimmage - no score kept

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