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DeLorey, Wolverines set to attack postseason

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The Westwood High School boys varsity basketball team was the cream of the crop in the TVL throughout the regular season, putting together a 20-2 record and earning themselves the No. 2 seed in Division II South. Entering the postseason on a 17-game winning streak after last...
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Pool league a huge hit with Walpole COA

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter While the Walpole COA has an absurd number of activities for seniors, ranging from Zumba and tap dancing to mahjongg and dominos, perhaps the most popular activity is playing pool on one of two tables on the top floor of the Walpole Co-Operative Bank South Street Center. In fact,...
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Warriors outlast Raiders at Boch Arena

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The Medfield/Norton girls varsity hockey team hosted rival Dover-Sherborn/Hopkinton on Saturday afternoon at Boch Arena in Dedham. The Warriors (7-5-2, 3-3-1) entered looking to earn points for the third consecutive game following a 2-2 tie with Franklin and a 4-2 win at Dedham. The Raiders (1-13-3, 1-5-1), meanwhile,...
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Reilly leads Wolverines over Blackhawks

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The Westwood High School varsity boys basketball team hosted Bellingham on Sunday night looking to get back on track following a 60-55 defeat to Hopkinton on Friday. Behind a game-high 18 points by senior captain forward/guard Patrick Reilly, the Wolverines earned a convincing 63-36 victory to move to...
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Medfield hockey out to prove

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor In 2018-2019, it took until February for the Medfield High School boys varsity hockey team to lose a game; they started the year 8-0-4. The Warriors finished the regular season at 11-4-5 to earn the No. 7 seed in Division II South. A pair of shutout wins...
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Sherborn demonstrates the power of quilt

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By Amelia Tarallo Hometown Weekly Staff After a rough day, most people come home, get into their pajamas, and wrap themselves in their favorite blanket. That is not always the case for people receiving cancer treatment. As a way to make the fight against cancer a little more comfortable, volunteers at the Unitarian Universalist...
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Medfield football stuffed by Ashland

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Entering on the heels of a tough 41-6 defeat to division-leading Holliston (4-0, 3-0), the Medfield High football team traveled to Ashland on Saturday needing a win to get back on track and realistically stay alive for a shot at winning TVL Large. Unfortunately for the Warriors (2-2,...
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DS field hockey fights off Medfield

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The Dover-Sherborn and Medfield varsity field hockey teams met for the first of two times this 2019 season on Friday afternoon. The Raiders (2-0-0) entered looking to make it two straight wins to start the year, following a 4-1 season-opening victory against Medway last Wednesday. Meanwhile, the Warriors...
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Donohue, Wolverines out to prove themselves

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Westwood High boys lacrosse finds itself in an interesting position. A year after coming one overtime goal short of a Division II Central/East sectional title, the Wolverines have found their rhythm and are rounding into form at the perfect time. The Wolverines finished the regular season at 12-6...
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Rich Berg to play Expresso

On January 26, the Expresso Yourself Coffeehouse will feature Rich Berg. The evening's theme will be “Free Voices.” Rich Berg is the producer and co-host of For the Love of Words filmed at Easton Community Cable, and the program developer and co-instructor of the Poetry Workshops at the Ames Free Library, both in Easton. He...
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Wolverines take TVL in milestone win

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Westwood boys lacrosse has had their chances to upend the rival Medfield Warriors (10-6, 9-2) throughout the last two seasons, most recently falling 10-9 back on May 2 in Medfield. Entering Monday night’s second and final regular season contest with the Warriors at Flahive Field, Westwood boys lacrosse...
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Hillers outlast Rideout, Warriors in thriller

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The one team that seemingly had Medfield’s number in 2017 was Hopkinton, as the Hillers defeated the Warriors both times the two TVL rivals met a season ago. The Warriors ended up getting the final laugh last season, as Hopkinton was knocked out in the Division II...
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The (Bay)path to animal adoption

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By Laura Drinan Hometown Weekly Reporter If you check out the adorable animals featured in Hometown Weekly’s ‘Pet of the Week’ section, you’ve probably seen a handful of Baypath Humane Society’s residents. Though they frequently find themselves featured in the pages of paper, the luckiest of Baypath’s residents find forever homes with members of Hometown...
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Lady-Warriors take Central Sectional crown

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Following victories over Notre Dame Academy (69-38) and Wayland (65-37), the Medfield High School girls varsity basketball team met up with familiar foe, Hopkinton, on Saturday in the 2017 MIAA Girls Division II Central Sectional Finals at WPI in Worcester. The top-seeded Warriors (21-2) got out to a...
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Girls basketball ends conference win-streak at nine

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Coming off a 53-31 win at Norton on January 24, the Medfield High School girls basketball team fell 64-33 on Friday night to TVL nemesis Hopkinton (12-2, 11-1). Friday marks just the second time this season that the Warriors have not been able to come out victorious, and...
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Boys soccer goes 2-1 on week

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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...
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