Fort Hancock Historic Football Records

Fort Hancock, Sandy Hook, New Jersey

(research in progress)

1900
Sandy Hook Artillerymen
11/10  T  0-0          Oreo A.C. of Asbury Park
12/1   L  8-10         Long Branch (H)

1901
Coast Artillery
10/12  W 16-0       at Seton Hall College
10/    W 32-0          Atlantic Highlands
10/    W  5-0          Fordham
10/27  W  5-0       at Robert Davis Association, at West New York (N.J.) North Hudson
11/2   W 28-0          Brooklyn Navy Yard Marines (H)  23-0?
11/9   W 12-5       at Riverside AC, Newark
11/10  L  5-6       at Newark AC [Artillery]
.      L  0-90         Fordham
11/23  L  0-17      at Warlow AC, Knab's Park
Infantry & Artillery
11/2   W 16-6       at Brooklyn Navy Yard Marines ??

1902
.      L  0-6          Fordham

1903
11/3   L  0-24      at Seton Hall

1905
10/15  W 26-0       at Knickerbocker AC, at Ontario Field

1906
11/24  L  0-36         Oreos of Asbury Park

1907
(No team due to soldiers having been detailed to Sea Girt)

1908
.      L  7-17         Fordham

1909
.      L  0-17         Fordham
10/24  L  0-3       at Fort Totten [probably (?) Fort Hamilton] (discrepancy in Flushing Times)
.      L               Fort Slocum [said to be only L of year]

                    Article from The Daily Standard, Red Bank, New Jersey, November 26, 1909, titled: A Strong Football Eleven. The Fort Hancock football team has been defeated but once during the season, being beaten by the Fort Slocum team. The reason given for Fort Hancock's defeat is that their coach was transferred recently from Sandy Hook to Fort Socum and gave away all the signals of the Fort Hancock team,

1912 . L 12-24 Fordham . L 0-59 Fort Slocum 1913 11/29 L 0-10 at Atlantic Highlands HS 1914 . L 14-16 Fordham 1915 . L 6-10 Fordham 1916 11/25 L 12-13 Atlantic Highlands 1917 24th Company/ 9thCoast Artillery Command (New York Area Post Champions) 10/28 W 7-6 6th Company Regulars [intra-Fort game] 10/27? 11/4 W 8-7 4th Company Regulars [intra-Fort game] 11/11 T 6-6 at Rockaway FBC, at Ocean Country Club Field, Far Rockaway 11/12? 11/25 ? Rockaway FBC (H) 11/29 L 0-69 Fort Hamilton, at Ebbets Field [benefit] 0-60? 1918 10/30 L 0-28 at Pelham Bay Naval Reserves, at Travers Island 11/2 L 7-32 at Fort Slocum Sandy Hook Ordinance Department 11/28 T 0-0 Camp Alfred Vail, at Romson Country Club, Red Bank, New Jersey . L 0-7 Camp Vail Sandy Hook Proving Ground Inter-Division Game: 10/12 Artillery Division 16 - Ordinance Division 0, at Rumson Country Club, Long Branch 1919 10/18 L 7-13 at Fort Dupont & Fort Mott Coast Artillerymen, at Delaware City, Del. . L 7-14 Fordham . L 7-21 Fordham . L 6-27 Fordham 1920 1921 10/22 L 0-13 at Camp Vail 10/29 ? Fort Jay (Governors Island) 11/9 ? Fort Slocum (H) 11/12 canceled Mineola Aviators (Mitchel Field) (H) 11/19 ? Fort Totten (H) 1922 . L 0-67 Camp Vail 1923 . L 0-19 Camp Vail 1924 10/26 L 0-25 at Sterner Lumber Company of Belmar 0-34? 11/8 ? at Sterner Lumber Company of Belmar . L 0-33 Camp Vail 1925 7th Coast Artillary . W Miller Field 11/1 W Fort Hamilton 2nd Army Corp Area Championship 11/8 T 0-0 16th Infantry, Fort Jay, at Fort Hamilton 1,000 11/11 ? Sterner Lumber Company (Belmar) 2nd Army Corp Area Championship 11/15 L 0-7 16th Infantry, Fort Jay, at Fort Hamilton 1926 Marines 11/25 L Ocean Park A.A. ["undefeated before this game"] 11/28 L 0-18 at Vons, at Buccleuch Park, New Brunswick 1927 , T 6-6 Manasquan AC Blue Jays 11/24 L 0-12 Manasquan AC Blue Jays, at State Grounds, Sea Girt 1928 11/4 ? Red Bank Cavalrymen (Troop E) 11/11 canceled at Red Bank Cavalrymen (Troop E) 11/18? 1929 10/27 L 0-6 Highlands FBC 11/10 L 0-26 Long Branch A.C., at Hunter's Field 1930 Oct. W Neptune Field Club Oct. W 14-0 Fort Monmouth Oct. W Long Branch A.C. 10/19 L 8-13 at Saracens, at Green Brook Park 2,500 11/2 W 12-6 Fort Monmouth (H) 13-6? 14-0? 11/11 W 2-0 Fort Monmouth, at Red Bank High School 11/22 ? at Fort Totten 62nd Coast Artillery [I think win v Fort Hamilton, mentioned in paper, was really Ft. Monmouth v Fort Hamilton] 1931 Sandy Hook 10/4 L 0-7 at Cedar Brook A.C., Cedar Brook Park, Plainview 10/11 W 6-0 Fort Hamilton (H) 10/18 W 12-0 Fort Totten (H) 10/25 W 12-6 Fort Slocum (H) 10/26? 11/1 W 19-0 at West Point Field Artillery Detachment 11/11 W 14-0 Fort Monmouth, at Red Bank, N.J. 2,000 11/15 L 0-7 at Varsity Club of Perth Amboy of Paterson? 11/22 W 34-0 Fort Jay, at Red Bank 12/13 Leonardo FC, at Middletown Township HS Field {benefit} 1932 10/2 L 6-14 at Cedar Brook A.C, at Cedar Brook Park, Plainfield 10/23 L 0-7 at Perth Amboy Varsity Club 0-6? 10/30 canceled Carteret A.C. 11/6 ? at Rahway A.C. 11/11 L 6-14 Fort Monmouth, at Red Bank HS, NJ 3,000-5,000 11/20 L 0-26 at Fort Totten 11/27 L 0-27 at Leonardo FC, Johnson's Field {benefit} 2,500

From the Asbury Park Press, Abury Park, New Jersey, November 10, 1932.  Reading: FOOTBALL/Armistice Day, 2 P.M., Nov. 11/FORT MONMOUTH/(Army Signal School)/FORT HANCOCK/(Coast Artillery From Sandy Hook)/at Red Bank H.S. Stadium/1--Troops, preceded by their bands, march into stadium at 1:45 p.m./2--American Legion ceremonies between halves./3--American Legion parade thru Red Bank immediately after game./GENERAL ADMISSION....50c.

1933 10/5 ? at Belmar Braves, at Memorial Field, Belmar (night) 10/8 L 0-38 at Cedar Brook A.C., at Cedar Brook Park, Plainfield 10/15 W 7-6 Governors Island (H) 10/22 L 6-12 at Matewan AC 6-13? . L 0-25 Perth Amboy Varsity Club . L 0-39 Plainfield AC 11/11 L 0-27 Fort Monmouth, at Asbury Park 3-4,000 11/26 L 13-28 Fort Totten (H) 1934 coach- Lt. Doyle 10/21 L 0-18 at Fort Totten 3,100 10/28 L 0-13 at Tetley's Phantoms, at Branchport Avenue Field, Red Bank 11/4 ? at Plaza A.C., at old North Plainfield High Field, 11/11 L 6-33 Fort Monmouth, at Freehold Fairgrounds 1935 10/20 L 0-27 at Cedar Brook A.C., Cedar Brook Park, Plainfield 10/27 W 7-6 Red Bank Quadrangles (H) 11/3 L 7-13 at Fort Jay (Governors Island) 11/10 at Matawan A.C. 11/17 rain out at Fort Monmouth 11/17 ? at Fort Hamilton (may have been postp. to 11/24 ?) 1936 Monmouth County Semi-Pro Conference 10/4 L 0-13 Red Bank Quadrangles (H) 10/11 L 0-32 at Fort Monmouth 10/18 L 6-39 at Leonardo Field Club 11/1 L 0-45 at Fort Jay Hawks 2,000 11/8 L 0-13 at Freehold Rugmills 11/15 L 0-27 at Ft. DuPont Red Raiders 11/22 L 0-7 at West End Wildcats, Long Branch 1937 52nd Coast Artillery 10/3 W 6-0 at Fort Totten [6-6-0 v Ft. Totten since 1925] 10/10 ? at Freehold Gulistans 10/17 L 6-20 at Fort Jay 10/24 L 7-12 at West End Wildcats, at Long Branch Speedway Field 10/31 L 6-22 South Amboy Tigers, at Red Bank 11/11 W 18-6 Fort Monmouth, at Red Bank Field 11/21 L 0-14 Red Bank Quadrangles, at McClaskey's Field, Newman Springs Road 1,500 11/28 postponed Naval Receiving Station (Navy Yard) of Washington, at New Roosevelt Stadium, Union City [charity] [rain] 12/8 no game at Lakewood 12/5 W 8-6 Naval Receiving Station (Navy Yard) of Washington, at New Roosevelt Stadium, Union City 5,000 [charity] 1938 Army Service Football League, Monmouth County Semi-Pro Conference (1-5-0 conf.) 9/25 L 0-6 Red Bank Quadrangles (H) 10/16 L 6-24 at Fort Hamilton 10/23 L 0-20 Fort Jay, at Roosevelt Stadium, Union City [charity game] 2,000 11/11 W 7-6 at Fort Monmouth 11/27 ? Red Bank Quadrangles 1939 10/1 L 0-7 at U.S. Medical Field Service School, at Carlisle 10/15 T 0-0 at Fort Hamilton 1,500 1940 (Monmouth County Semi-Pro Conference) 10/6 W 12-0 South Amboy Tigers (H) 10/13 W 6-0 Freehold Gulistans (H) 2,000 10/20 L 6-19 at Leonardo Field Club 1,200 10/27 L 0-6 at Fort Monmouth 11/3 L 6-14 Toms River (H) 11/10 L 0-13 at Long Branch A.C. 1,000 11/24 L 0-25 at Highlands A.A. 12/8 ? at Lakewood Firemen 1941 (Monmouth County Semi-Pro Conference) Post Championship/Inter-Regimental Championship 10/_ 57th Regiment 0 - 7th Coast Artillery 0 10/11 57th Regiment 7 - 7th Coast Artillery 0 pos. 10/13 Fort Hancock Artillerymen 10/12 postponed Freehold Gulistans 10/19 L 7-31 at Leonardo Field Club  1,500 10/26 L 7-25 at Carlisle Barracks 11/2 L 0-36 Fort Monmouth, at Asbury Park HS Stadium 4,500 [Chinese Relief benefit] 1959 6-man football 1st Army Flag Football championships, at West Point (double elimination) 11/18 L 0-38 Fort Monmouth 1960 6-man football 1st Army Flag Football championships, at West Point (double elimination) 11/15 L 14-38 Fort Monmouth 11/ W Fort Monmouth Final: 11/ L Fort Dix 2nd place finish (incomplete results)

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