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Monthly Archives: November 2019

Black belt string quartet wows library

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter On Saturday afternoon, the string quartet of violinists Joshua Addison and Rachel Panitch, viola player Elizabeth Stefan and cellist Javier Caballero brought their high-level black belt musical abilities to the Wellesley Library for a three-song concert. Why are they black belt musicians? Well, three of the musicians (Javier was...
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Wellesley spells victory U-P-H-A-M P-T-O

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter At this year’s Scripps National Spelling Bee Competition, the competition went on for so long that the event was forced to end on an eight-way tie when the organizers ran out of words that could challenge the young, elite spellers. This would not be an issue on Wednesday,...
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WHS swim/dive team claims victory

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By Rama K. Ramaswamy For the first time, after 29 years, the Wellesley High School girls swim and dive team took home the state title last week. The team wrapped up an undefeated season, winning a Sportsmanship Award, the BSC Championship Meet, the South Central Sectionals, and ultimately States. Parent, “They are truly a...
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Youths win flag football Super Bowl

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On Sunday October 27, some of the state’s top youth flag football teams faced off to determine who would be the 2019 Bay State Super Bowl champions. The Seahawks, a group of boys from Westwood, were able to outlast the Rams, a team from Wellesley, 7-6, in overtime in the NFC title game....
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