The Hometown Weekly for all your latest local news and updates! Delivered to every Home and Business... each and every week!  

Tag Archives: boys soccer

Needham soccer wins Division I South

[ccfic caption-text format="plaintext"]
By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Expectations are always high for the Needham High boys varsity soccer team. Entering the fall, there were significant question marks surrounding Jimmy Odierna’s club, especially considering the departure of a large 2019 senior class that made up the majority of the Rockets starting lineup last season. Despite...
Read more

DS and Medfield soccer settle to draw

[ccfic caption-text format="plaintext"]
By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor With both teams having already secured spots in their respective state tournament sectionals, Medfield High boys soccer hosted Dover-Sherborn for the second and final meeting between the two rivals on Monday afternoon on a wet Fisher Field. The Warriors (8-3-6) entered Monday’s contest on an 11-game unbeaten streak...
Read more

Warriors extend unbeaten streak to 10

[ccfic caption-text format="plaintext"]
By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor On September 17, the Medfield High School boys soccer team lost a 1-0 heartbreaker against rival Westwood. Unfortunately for the rest of the TVL, all the loss to the Wolverines did was flip the switch for the Warriors (7-3-5, 7-3-5). Entering Monday’s matchup with rival Hopkinton, Medfield was...
Read more

Medfield powers past Dover-Sherborn

[ccfic caption-text format="plaintext"]
By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter On Tuesday afternoon, the Medfield boys soccer team beat Dover-Sherborn on the Raiders’ home field, 2-1, in a low scoring game in which an injury-riddled Dover-Sherborn team looked flat for long stretches. Disaster struck early for The Raiders when around ten minutes into the game, a Medfield cross bounced...
Read more

Morgan’s late strike pushes Warriors by Mustangs

[ccfic caption-text format="plaintext"]
By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Two teams looking to get back into the thick of it in the TVL Large soccer standings met at McAleer’s Park in Norwood on Tuesday afternoon as the Norwood Mustangs (3-5-1, 3-5-0) hosted the Medfield Warriors (3-3-2, 3-3-2). Trailing by a goal late in the first half, Medfield...
Read more

Niit, Raider soccer gear up

[ccfic caption-text format="plaintext"]
By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor After a 9-5-4 regular season and a gut-wrenching 1-0 defeat to TVL rival Norton in the Division III South sectionals last November, Dover-Sherborn boys soccer enters the 2019 season ready and motivated. With John Muckstadt departing to play at Colgate, the DS backfield is going to look...
Read more

TeDuits, Wolverines better Warriors in PKs

[ccfic caption-text format="plaintext"]
By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Westwood High boys soccer went 0-2 against Medfield during the regular season, dropping a 5-0 contest on their home turf on September 27 before falling 2-1 at Medfield on October 24. It seems only fitting that after going winless against their rivals to the west in the regular...
Read more

Boys soccer goes 2-1 on week

[ccfic caption-text format="plaintext"]
By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor While the unbeaten streak may have come to an end with a heart breaking 1-0 loss to Westwood on Tuesday, it was still a successful week for the Dover-Sherborn varsity boys soccer team with wins coming over Holliston and Hopkinton. The Raiders (7-1-2) began the week with a 1-0...
Read more

Boys soccer notches two big victories

[ccfic caption-text format="plaintext"]
By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The Dover-Sherborn boys varsity soccer team had themselves quite the week by extending their unbeaten 2016 campaign with a pair of victories over TVL foes Ashland (9/28) and Medway (9/26). While the Raiders (5-0-2) were able to come out on top of both of their games, that does...
Read more

Hartley, Yasuna lead Raiders into battle

[ccfic caption-text format="plaintext"]
By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The gauntlet of soccer talent in the Tri-Valley League makes every team, no matter the skill level, vulnerable. Dover-Sherborn head coach John Gruseck knows that too. “The TVL is such a strong league year-in and year-out. If you lose focus, every team has the ability to take points away...
Read more