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DS sports news and notes

By Mike Flanagan
Hometown Weekly Sports Editor

It’s down to five active Fall I varsity athletic teams in Dover-Sherborn with golf ending its season with a 9-1 record last week.

Both boys and girls soccer and cross-country were in action this past weekend, while varsity field hockey had a bye. Unlike the previous weekend, which was littered with snow and had multiple postponements, the Raiders were given a gift with multiple days of sunny, 75-degree weather. 

  • Boys soccer picked up a trio of victories: 1-0 on Tuesday against Westwood; 6-1 at home on Saturday against Millis; and 1-0 at Millis on Sunday. Following a scoreless first quarter on Saturday, senior Wyatt Goldfisher gave the Raiders a 1-0 lead just 1:30 into the second. Sophomore Kofi Poku doubled the lead off a feed from Harrison Smith to make it 2-0 at halftime. Millis cut the deficit to 2-1 midway through the third, but DS responded with a goal moments later from Smith off a feed from Poku to go back ahead by two goals at the end of three. Cathal Keating scored midway through the fourth quarter on a fast break to give DS some insurance. Dillon Natale made it a 5-1 game before senior captain and goalie Tim Dillon scored his first-career varsity goal while playing the field, making it 6-1 and putting the win on ice. The wins move DS to .500 on the season, with their record now at 3-3-2. The Raiders will wrap up the season with a home-and-home against Dedham on November 14 and 15.

  • Girls soccer picked up three victories this week: 3-2 at Westwood on Tuesday in a make-up game; 2-1 on Saturday at Millis; and 4-0 on Sunday against Millis. Carolina Gray, Kate Mastrobuono, Olivia Smith and Annie Parizeau supplied the scoring in Sunday’s win. The Raiders record is now 6-1-1 with just two games remaining on their schedule; a home-and-home with Dedham awaits on November 14 and 15.

  • Boys cross-country saw a first-place finish from Noah Guarini on Saturday against Millis. Guarini ran a personal record time of 14:33 and helped the Raiders to a 19-36 victory. The win kept DS boys cross-country undefeated. The Raiders now sit at 4-0 with one meet remaining against Dedham on November 14. 

  • Girls cross-country earned a dominant 15-50 victory on Saturday against Millis. The win improved the Raiders record to 4-1 with one meet remaining on November 14 against Dedham. 

For funny and incisive sports analysis as well as video highlights of games, follow Mike Flanagan on his personal Twitter and Instagram handles @flano0. 

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