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Raiders, Clockers battle until the end

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor It what was a tale of two halves for the Dover-Sherborn Regional High School varsity girls basketball team on Tuesday night at home against Ashland. The Lady-Raiders entered looking to bounce back from a 51-35 defeat to Medway on January 3, while the Clockers (2-3, 2-3) came in...
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DS handles depleted Wellesley squad

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter Already without Rory Clare due to a stress reaction in her leg, the Wellesley Raiders’ girls’ soccer team had to replace Elisabeth Rourke early in the first half of a scoreless game after a head-to-head collision. She would spend the rest of the game on the bench with...
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DS girls roll to 6-0

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Entering the 2019 season, DS girls soccer entered with high expectations following a long run in the Division III playoffs last year. So far in 2019, the Lady-Raiders have lived up to those expectations by starting the year 6-0 (6-0 TVL) and outscoring opponents 21-1. On Thursday, the...
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Parizeau, Raiders cruise past Marauders

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Coming off an 18-10 bounce-back win over Holliston on May 15, the Dover-Sherborn Regional High School girls varsity lacrosse team hosted Dedham on Monday afternoon looking to make it two straight wins. Despite a lengthy lightning delay late in the first half, DS was able to battle through...
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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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Wellesley and DS girls fight to draw

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The Wellesley and Dover-Sherborn Regional High School girls varsity soccer teams met on the rain-soaked grass of Farm Street Field on Monday afternoon for a pivotal midseason non-conference makeup game. [caption id="attachment_29103" align="alignleft" width="400"]Wellesley’s Rory Clare (2) and DS’s Jillian Davis (15) fight for possession of... 			
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Wellesley and DS girls fight to draw

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The Wellesley and Dover-Sherborn Regional High School girls varsity soccer teams met on the rain-soaked grass of Farm Street Field on Monday afternoon for a pivotal midseason non-conference makeup game. DS (3-2-2, 3-2-1) entered off the heels of a tough 3-1 defeat to TVL-leading Medway on Thursday looking...
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Balmer, Doyle, Raiders kick off season

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor After a 10-3-1 regular season and the earning of the No. 6 seed in Division III South, the Dover-Sherborn High School varsity girls soccer team went on a heart-stopping playoff run a season ago that included 2-1 victories over Norwell (PKs) in the quarterfinals and Rockland (extra...
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Shue, Lady-Raiders roll past Lancers

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The DS girls varsity lacrosse team has been on a tear of late, entering Friday’s matchup with Norton as winners of seven straight. Thanks to a strong collective effort and dominance at the faceoff X all game long by senior captain Cricket Simms, the Lady-Raiders (11-4, 10-2) cruised...
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