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Sherborn Youth Skiers Compete in Vermont

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Sherborn skiers Jack Pastore, an eighth grader, and Brendan O'Neill, a sixth grader, competed in the George Tormey Challenge, a two-day event featuring giant slalom and panel slalom events at Smugglers' Notch ski resort in Vermont on March 19-20. Jack placed eighth in the U-14 panel slalom and Brendan placed ninth in the giant...
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Dover-Sherborn Skiers Compete at States

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A host of students from the Dover-Sherborn Middle School have been spending their time out of school this winter on the slopes, and they’ve been racing down the hills at a pretty good speed. At the U-12 level, Garrett Theberge, Charlie Stuart, Charlie Hoffman, Luke Sveen, Will Doyle and Ethan Sveen all qualified for...
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Dover-Sherborn Fifth Grade Basketball Enjoys Winning Season

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The Dover-Sherborn fifth grade basketball team recently concluded their season by finishing 14-2. They reached the semifinals of the MetroWest Tournament, often playing against teams one and two divisions higher than them. The team, made up of 10 players, used teamwork and smart play to give opponents fits on both the offensive and defensive...
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Season Ends for Dover-Sherborn Boys Basketball

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By Robert Rosen Hometown Weekly Staff The Dover-Sherborn boys’ basketball team had a terrific regular season, going 14-6 and pushing TVL opponents to their limits night in and night out. Returning to the Division 3 Central State Tournament once again, coach Rick Grady and his players were eager to prove that they could compete with any...
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Dover-Sherborn Hockey Eliminated After Thrilling Win

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By Robert Rosen Hometown Weekly Staff More than any other sport, the postseason in hockey completely changes the way the game is played. The level of intensity rises to a new level and players step up their games like they never have before For the Dover-Sherborn boys’ hockey team, sophomore Peter Davies, Jr. rose to the...
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Sherborn Native Wins Fencing World Cup Gold Medal

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The U.S. Men's Saber Team won another gold medal at the season's last fencing World Cup in Warsaw, Poland, and one of the members of the team was Sherborn resident Eli Dershwitz, who is currently ranked 13th in the world. Under the leadership of U.S. National Men's Saber Coach Zoran Tulum, the fencers had...
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MIAA Basketball Tournament Brackets Released

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By Josh Perry Hometown Weekly Staff

On Friday morning, the MIAA gathered at its offices in Franklin to finalize the state tournament brackets for boys’ and girls’ basketball. A number of teams from the Hometown Weekly coverage area will begin a quest for silverware this week.

The Westwood girls...

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Dover-Sherborn Boys’ Basketball Tournament Bound

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By Robert Rosen Hometown Weekly Staff After going 12-8 during the regular season last year and winning a game in the first round of the Division 3 Central bracket against Christian Whitins before falling to Tyngsboro, the Dover-Sherborn boys’ basketball team came into this season with extremely high expectations in which they hoped to surpass...
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Dover-Sherborn Boys’ Hockey Fighting to Make Tournament

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By Robert Rosen Hometown Weekly Staff With just five games remaining in the regular season, the Dover-Sherborn boys’ hockey team is 6-7-2 and needs to win three of their remaining games to qualify for the state tournament. The Raiders have lost their last three games. “We hope to turn things around on Wednesday, February 10 when...
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Dover-Sherborn Nordic Ski Team Off to the Races

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By Robert Rosen Hometown Weekly Staff The Dover-Sherborn Nordic ski team began the season practicing on dry land for the first month, but when January came around they finally got to work out on snow, giving them a true sense of where they stood as a team. Captained by Fiona Gray, Alexandra Martiros and Dana Rice...
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Dover-Sherborn girls basketball fighting for tourney berth

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By Robert Rosen Hometown Weekly Staff Basketball is full of highs and lows. For years now the Dover-Sherborn girls’ basketball team has struggled mightily on the court and has been left out of the postseason. But this year has been different, as the now 5-8 Raiders are fighting for a state tournament spot through sheer grit...
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Dover-Sherborn Boys Track Off To Program’s Best Start

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By Robert Rosen Hometown Weekly Staff The Dover-Sherborn boys’ track team is off to the best start in the program’s history with three wins up until this point, and coach Maura Bennett is excited at the potential of what her team can continue to accomplish this season. “The TVL’s will be exciting to watch as well...
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Dover-Sherborn Girls Track Picks Up First Ever Win

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By Robert Rosen Hometown Weekly Staff In just the third year of the program, the Dover-Sherborn girls’ indoor track program has been through its share of struggles. But they say the third time is a charm, and in this case that just might’ve meant the third season, as the Raiders not only won a meet for...
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Dover-Sherborn girls basketball rebounds from slow start

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BY ROBERT ROSEN (@roberterosen) The Dover-Sherborn girls basketball team has struggled in recent years, but this year it looks like things may be different after the Raiders have started off 3-3 and hope to achieve their goal of reaching the state tournament. “This is a special group of girls,” said coach Kanee Chlebda. “This group...
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MADS Gymnastics Starting to Roll

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BY JOSH PERRY (@Josh_Perry10) The Medfield, Ashland, and Dover-Sherborn (MADS) gymnastics program started the season with a close loss to Medway but has reeled off four straight wins (including the rematch with the Mustangs) and is looking like a team poised for a return to states. “I think they saw that they can hang with...
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Dover-Sherborn Boys’ Hockey Aiming For Tournament

BY ROBERT ROSEN (@roberterosen) They say experience counts, and if you believe that then there’s a good chance the Dover-Sherborn boys’ hockey team will achieve their goal of returning to the state tournament as they return 12 players from last year’s team. “Our expectations are the same every year,” coach Jeff Moore said. “We want to win...
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Dover-Sherborn Westwood football advances in playoffs

This year Dover, Sherborn and Westwood combined their youth football programs. It has been a great experience for all involved, especially the players, who have not only won football games, but had fun playing what is probably the most popular sport in America. The fifth grade DSW Patriots made the playoffs and even advanced, including taking...
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Dover-Sherborn field hockey falls in double OT

BY ROBERT ROSEN (@roberterosen) Thu, Nov 12, 2015 The Dover-Sherborn field hockey team’s season came to end in stunning fashion on Sunday when the Raiders lost in two overtime periods to Hanover, 2-1. The loss came after D-S had defeated Seekonk 2-0 in their first tournament game this year. The 10th-seeded Raiders had played hard all year but...
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