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Raiders reign supreme in Central/East

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor For the sixth straight season, Dover-Sherborn boys lacrosse are the champions of Division III Central/East, following a dominant 12-7 victory over No. 2 Littleton on Thursday that featured a first half shutout by goalie Matt Gallitano (seven saves). A pair of goals from star sophomore attack-man Pierce Gregory...
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Class of 2019 graduates

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By Amelia Tarallo Hometown Weekly Staff Each year, a new graduating class meets together, donning dark blue robes, at Dover Sherborn High School, eager to receive their hard-earned diplomas. Their friends and families gather on the field, sitting patiently until their loved ones are handed their diplomas. It’s the last time these students, who...
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DS track boasts TVL All-Stars

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The Dover-Sherborn High School boys track team placed third at Sunday’s Division I state meet in Norwell. Following the meet, the 2019 group of TVL All-Stars were announced, and to put it simply, DS held a strong presence. Danny Bennett, Will Brown, Oliver Fried, Noah Guarini, Sam Little, Tylan Mendes, Spencer Robin,...
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DSHS plays cool jazz outside library

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter [caption id="attachment_33171" align="alignright" width="300"]The library - and a gorgeous white tree in full bloom - provided a unique background for the jazz band. The library - and a gorgeous white tree in full bloom - provided a unique background for...
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DSHS drama students receive letters

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On May 1, twelve Dover-Sherborn High School students received letters for their “positive contribution(s)” to the DS Drama program. The recipients are leaders and active participants in the DS Drama program, both on and off stage. They include performers, student directors, crew and lighting managers, set builders, costume designers, dance choreographers, and...
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A jazzy good time at DSHS

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By Audrey Anderson Hometown Weekly Correspondent [caption id="attachment_32305" align="alignright" width="300"]The song ‘Me and My Baby’ with Margot Memmot as Roxie. Frankie Kovrlija as the nurse. The song ‘Me and My Baby’ with Margot Memmot as Roxie. Frankie Kovrlija as the nurse. [/caption] The Dover-Sherborn High School Drama...
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Raiders reign supreme in Division III

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor For the first time since 1981, the Dover-Sherborn Raiders are state champions in boys basketball. On Saturday, the Raiders capped off an incredible tournament run with a 71-56 victory in the Division III state finals in Worcester over South Sectional champ Bishop Stang, finishing the year at...
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Raiders claim Division III Central title

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor It’s been a wild ride for the Dover-Sherborn boys basketball team this 2018-2019 season, and on Saturday in Worcester, the Raiders put together a banner win with a 50-36 victory over No. 1 Hudson in the Division III Central finals. The thing that has made this DS team extremely...
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‘Chicago’ production to include art show

Dover Sherborn High School Drama will present the legendary show, “Chicago,” at Mudge Auditorium on March 14–16, with the largest high school cast in DSHS history. To bring “Chicago” to life, in addition to the 68 students in the cast, a total of over 100 students are helping with lighting, crew, sound, set design, painting,...
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DSHS to present ‘Chicago’

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Dover Sherborn High School Drama is bringing the legendary show, “Chicago,” to Mudge Auditorium on March 14–16, with the largest high school cast in DSHS history. To bring “Chicago” to life, in addition to the 68 students in the cast, a total of over 100 students are helping with lighting, crew, sound,...
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DSHS Drama to present ‘Chicago’

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Dover Sherborn High School Drama will present “Chicago” at the Mudge Auditorium from March 14 – 16, featuring its largest high school cast ever with 68 students. "Chicago" is a darkly satirical, razzle-dazzling musical set to the backdrop of prohibition-era Chicago. The show has its origins in real-life, high-profile crimes, criminals and trials...
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Challenge Success hosting Dr. Steiner-Adair

DS Challenge Success is set to host Dr. Catherine Steiner-Adair, Ed.D., presenting on “The Impact Technology and Social Media have on Youth & Families.” The program is scheduled for Tuesday, February 26, from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. at Dover-Sherborn High School’s Mudge Auditorium. Author of the award-winning book “The Big Disconnect: Protecting Childhood and Family Relationships...
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Girls basketball plays hard, raises funds

On Friday, January 25, fans packed the DS stands to see both the girls basketball JV and varsity teams play and defeat TVL rival Bellingham. The 5th grade Metrowest Youth girls played each other at halftime, and the varsity players were there to cheer them on. Fans who came to the game were told that...
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DS students play MMEA Senior Festival

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On January 4 and 5, five Dover Sherborn High School students performed at the Massachusetts Music Educators Association Eastern District Senior Festival at Boston Latin School. The students were accepted to perform based on a competitive audition among hundreds of local high school students in November. Bethany Correll, Amelia Hodson-Walker, and Jack...
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Talent on display at winter concert

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By Audrey Anderson Hometown Weekly Correspondent The music department held its Middle School and High School Winter Band Concert on December 19 in the Mudge Auditorium at Dover-Sherborn High School. The full house enjoyed a concert that featured promising young musicians and a broad variety of entertaining musical selections. A jovial and welcoming master of...
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DSHS serenades Historical Society

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Thanks to the Dover Sherborn High School's a cappella singing group, Noteworthy, the Dover Historical Society launched the holiday season in grand style. A dozen singers performed in the Caryl Farm’s Fisher Barn. They serenaded visitors with a delightful array of seasonal music, which they had chosen and arranged themselves. They and the audience...
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DSHS to host performance of ‘Mr. Joy’

ArtsEmerson and partners are set to present "Mr. Joy," a play that explores issues of race and class in America. Directed by David Dower and performed by Adobuere Ebiama, the event will be held on Monday, November 26, from 6:30 to 8:45 p.m. in the Alan T. Mudge Auditorium at Dover Sherborn High School. Tickets...
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DSHS puts on ‘Little Women’

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By Audrey Anderson Hometown Weekly Correspondent The Dover-Sherborn Drama Program presented “Little Women” by Matt Buchanan on November 1–3 at Dover-Sherborn High School. The fine cast of over 40 students was supported by an able crew of more than 50 students who handled all aspects of production. The main roles were played by two...
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DS savors Sunday youth soccer

By Daniel Curtin Hometown Weekly Contributor During the fall, it’s common for people across the country to spend their Sundays sitting down on couches, watching football games between teams like the Panthers, Chiefs, and Giants. Families on the fields surrounding Dover-Sherborn High School, however, spent their Sunday watching a different kind of football - one with teams named...
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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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