Well, the RFH Bulldogs won their first game on Friday night by a landslide. So, we’re going back again to 1951 with a look at the team, those uniforms and some personal insight from one of the players himself, Chuck Seymour, a 1951 then Rumson High School graduate.Continue reading Retro 1951 Rumson High Football Kicks
Well, RFH Football season of the COVID kind is starting on Friday night. And, what’s a game without a few field shows like the marching band, cheerleaders and, say, twirling. Yes twirling — in the RFH Color Guard.Continue reading Retro RFH Twirling Show Time — 50s Style
The Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School (RFH) football season is set to kick off on Friday night, but not without new pandemic spectator safety parameters in play.Continue reading A COVID Kind of RFH Football Season Kick-off
Cheers to another good football season at RFH!Continue reading Retro RFH Football Turkeys’ Cheer
In case you haven’t seen this one before and in honor of football season … a reprise …
Do we have a cheer for RFH football? Yes, football season has kicked into high gear at RFH, so let’s take a moment to tackle this handsome team of players of an unknown year as well as the issue of name and uniform style.
Is it all in a name or uniform? Certainly not. It’s all about the game and how it’s played, of course. But, there are some quirks worth taking the ball and running with for a bit. No harm, no fumble. Just fun.Continue reading Retro RFH Football Stripes Earned
Can we have a special cheer for RFH football?
It’s that season, and RFH is doing quite well. Tonight, in fact, the Bulldogs are playing on home turf against Toms River North.Continue reading Retro Leaders of RFH Cheer
Call them players. It’s all about keeping in step with the high school game. And the RFH Football Team played on …
So did the band. Both players of a different kind. Playing to the same tune — the game. But school spirit and team player strength doesn’t always come in numbers. With high school football season on the horizon, memories come to mind of the old days when the RFH Band played on and in step with many more field-marching members than these days. The football team the band was playing about? Not so much. There was a time when the RFH football team was small — smaller than the band that trumpeted the team.
Band was big and so was a big band era decades ago, for that matter. In fact, going back more than half a century, like back to the 1930s, when RFH was Rumson High School, the football team was minuscule by comparison. There was no regional in the high school name. And the population was, well, low. There were sprawling estates, farms (with a lot of asparagus growing wild) and berries aplenty for picking.Continue reading Retro RFH Football Players
Five Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School (RFH) State Championship football players have made their college choices official.
The athletes signed letters of intent on Thursday, sealing their college deals.
The athletes and their college choices are:
• Evan Davis — University at Buffalo
• Alex Maldjian — Middlebury College
• Ryan McCann — Yale University
• Ian O’Connor — Lehigh University
• Henry Sullivan — Colgate University
This is the first signing day of the school year for football. Additional commitments will be made in February.
— Press release from RFH
Well, RFH has emerged victorious once again. Sunday’s win made them state champions. And while the team is busy playing all the way to champion wins, there’s a lot more in the way of school spirit going on down on the field and/or sidelines, not to mention bleachers.
Let’s hear that RFH cheer for football! The varsity game between RFH and Somerville may have been moved to Sunday due to adverse field conditions from yesterday’s surprise snow, but RFH spirits always soar.
Football season is winding up — or down — at RFH.
But it wasn’t always just about football at game time back in the day — as if that wasn’t enough. As tradition had it, there were always lots of things happening before, during and after games, whether on the field, off the field, around the bend or, well, in the parking lot. Yes, the parking lot.
Yes, football season has kicked into high gear at RFH, so let’s take a moment to tackle this handsome team of players of an unknown year as well as the issue of name and uniform style.
Is it all in a name or uniform? Certainly not. It’s all about the game and how it’s played, of course. But, there are some quirks worth taking the ball and running with for a bit. No harm, no fumble. Just fun.