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Antonucci already a big name at Providence

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The 2018 high school lacrosse season was all about Westwood High star attack-man Jake Antonucci, who fired home a ridiculous 75 shots into the back of the net and tallied 19 assists, all while becoming Westwood’s all-time leading scorer (214 goals, 89 assists). After leading Westwood to the...
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Scouts and seniors make music together

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By Alex Oliveira Hometown Weekly Reporter [caption id="attachment_31545" align="alignright" width="300"]Many of the scouts were new to the instrument, so seniors lent them a hand when needed. Many of the scouts were new to the instrument, so seniors lent them a hand when needed.[/caption] Members of the Dover-Sherborn...
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Tri-Valley meet competitive, fun

By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter Roxbury’s Reggie Lewis Center hosted the Tri-Valley League’s indoor track meet on Saturday night, February 2. The meet featured teams from Westwood, Dover-Sherborn, Medfield, and their conference opponents. While there were many gifted athletes and innumerable great performances in Roxbury, a few did stand above the rest. For the Medfield Warriors, the...
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Westwood just too good for Dover-Sherborn

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter The girls of Westwood High School beat Dover-Sherborn 57-24 last Monday afternoon, putting on a dazzling display of passing, cutting and forcing turnovers so well executed that you would have thought they were from Westwood, Los Angeles, not Westwood, Massachusetts. [caption id="attachment_31389" align="alignleft" width="600"]Westwood’s stifling... 			
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McGowan, Wolverines fight off Stark, Raiders

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor It was about as gritty of an effort as they come for the Dover-Sherborn boys on the road at Westwood on Monday afternoon. The Raiders (10-3, 6-3) came from 13 down to tie the game late, while senior captain/forward Brett Stark battled through the flu to record a...
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Warriors dominate Raiders in opener

By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter On Friday night, Dover-Sherborn just wasn’t ready for Medfield’s defense. In what would end up ultimately being a 61-23 loss to the Medfield Warriors, the ladies of Dover-Sherborn seemed shell-shocked at the multi-faceted, hyper-aggressive defense they were facing. Early on in the game, Dover-Sherborn could barely get the ball over half-court...
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Paolatto, Raider hockey ready to impress

By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor A new era is underway in Dover-Sherborn. Beginning this 2018-2019 season, the Raiders will be teaming up with Weston High School for a three-town varsity boys hockey program. After a 10-8-2 regular season, DS was awarded the No. 15 seed in Division III South last winter. With several key impact...
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DS girls punch tournament ticket

By Robby McKittrick Hometown Weekly Reporter Down 2-0 at home with around 15:00 remaining in their season on Monday night, the Dover-Sherborn girls soccer team knew they had to be mentally tough to continue their season. “We’ve been down a lot this season,” explained Dover-Sherborn head coach Evren Gunduz. “We never take failure as a setback. Our motto...
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Thanksgiving football food drive scheduled

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The Medfield Warriors and Dover-Sherborn Raiders are set to meet on the gridiron this Thanksgiving morning at 10 a.m. at Dover-Sherborn High School, and the teams are asking for help from the community in collecting food donations. Tables will be set up to collect non-perishable food donations, and will have jars available for monetary...
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Varriale, Wolverine girls outlast Shue, Raiders

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The Westwood High School girls varsity soccer team traveled to Dover-Sherborn on Friday afternoon for pivotal mid-season matchup with their TVL rivals. Behind a six-save shutout by senior keeper Anna Varriale, the Wolverines (4-6-2, 4-5-2) earned a big 1-0 victory to remain unbeaten their last three contests (2-0-1),...
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Varriale, Wolverine girls outlast Shue, Raiders

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The Westwood High School girls varsity soccer team traveled to Dover-Sherborn on Friday afternoon for pivotal mid-season matchup with their TVL rivals. Behind a six-save shutout by senior keeper Anna Varriale, the Wolverines (4-6-2, 4-5-2) earned a big 1-0 victory to remain unbeaten their last three contests...
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Bomes, DeSisto, Martin named All-American

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor BostonLax released their 2018 class of All-Americans earlier this week, and a significant portion of the players on this prestigious list hail from Hometown Weekly’s six towns. After helping lead Dover-Sherborn to the Division III Central/East sectional title with 14 goals and seven assists in DS’s final four...
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McCarthy, Lady-Warriors best Grosek, Raiders

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Medfield and Dover-Sherborn have played some extremely memorable girls lacrosse games over the last several years, and Monday night’s first of two regular season meetings between the two teams lived up to expectations. Thanks to some huge saves in net by DS senior goaltender Natalie Grosek throughout the...
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McCarthy, Lady-Warriors best Grosek, Raiders

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Medfield and Dover-Sherborn have played some extremely memorable girls lacrosse games over the last several years, and Monday night’s first of two regular season meetings between the two teams lived up to expectations. Thanks to some huge saves in net by DS senior goaltender Natalie Grosek throughout the...
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DS schools launch Mediterranean lunch

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By Laura Drinan Hometown Weekly Reporter School lunches get a bad reputation. While America’s school lunches are frequently thought of as microwaved slop, Dover Sherborn Public Schools planned a lunch for the middle and high school students that proved school lunches can easily be delicious and healthy. With the help of professional chef from the John...
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Standard set for Ferrari, Raider baseball

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The spring of 2017 could have very well changed the dynamic of the spring athletetics season in Dover-Sherborn. A school normally known for its excellence in boys lacrosse come spring time, DS now has two spring sports with winning traditions after the Raider baseball team’s incredible run to...
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Peck following brother’s footsteps to Bentley

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Sherborn resident Kyle Peck is following a similar, yet at the same time complete opposite path taken by his older brother, Connor. The standout BB&N offensive lineman chose to attend Bentley University on Wednesday on national signing day, surrounded by his family. Unlike Connor, who captained the Falcons...
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DSEF funds Challenge Success Initiative

This year marks the fourth year that the Dover Sherborn Education Fund (DSEF) has funded the Dover-Sherborn Regional Schools participation in the Challenge Success Initiative for grades K-12. The highly-lauded, nationwide program, based out of Stanford University’s School of Education, provides families and schools with the practical, research-based tools they need to create a more...
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The travels of Hometown Weekly

Thank you to all our readers for bringing your Hometown Weekly to the corners of the earth and for making our newspaper a part of your lives. You’ve made our 20th anniversary an unforgettable one.  And, without further ado, we present the travels of Hometown Weekly.

 
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Lavanchy, Rebels send Greener out victorious

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Barry Greener has seen it all in his days as a high school football coach in Dover-Sherborn and Walpole. On Thursday, the Rebels (4-7) took to Turco Field under Greener, who will retire following the 2017-2018 academic year, for the final time, as the man who began as...
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