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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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DS tennis excels in 2018

By Ned Sheehan Hometown Weekly Intern Over the last four years, Dover-Sherborn High School has boasted three athletes - all members of the class of 2018 - who have reached unprecedented heights, both on and off the tennis court. During their time at DS, Max Schuermann, Lucas Minas, and Jason Zataris led Raider tennis to a ridiculous...
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DSHS music boasts noteworthy year

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By Laura Drinan Hometown Weekly Correspondent As Dover Sherborn High School closes its doors for the summer, and students and staff begin their plans for vacation, many have taken the time to reflect on the past year at the high school. For Janice Barry, Dover Sherborn’s K through 12 Fine and Performing Arts Department chair,...
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Iona Stephen awarded scholarship

In a ceremony in Franklin, Dover Sherborn High School graduate Iona Stephen was recently awarded a scholarship by the Scots’ Charitable Society. The Scots’ Charitable Society is the oldest charitable organization still existing in the Western Hemisphere. Founded in 1657 and incorporated in 1786 the organization exists to help people of Scottish heritage. The society is...
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DSHS celebrates class of 2018

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By Laura Drinan Hometown Weekly Reporter “Every journey begins with a known destination,” said Jason Zavras, Dover Sherborn High School’s class of 2018 president. “How you get there is the challenge. For all of us, we began on our journey walking through these doors for the first time on August 28, 2014, many of us...
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DS hosting Challenge Success regional kick-off

Dover-Sherborn High School will host a parent education event featuring keynote speaker Dr. Brad Sachs on Friday, May 4, from 7:00-8:30 p.m., in the Mudge Auditorium at Dover-Sherborn High School. Dr. Denise Pope will join Dr. Sachs on stage for a conversation about the prevalent stress and anxiety facing adolescents today. They will promote a...
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DSMS students to direct spring plays

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After years of experience performing on stage, six Dover-Sherborn High School students are switching roles and making their directorial debut. Student directors Benjamin Hodson-Walker, Lila Hovey, Aidan Levinson, Annie Liu, Katherine Roer, and Jeb Shue, all veteran drama students, will be directing three one-act comedic plays at the Dover-Sherborn Middle School. In choosing a...
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DSHS hosts SADD trivia night

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By Laura Drinan Hometown Weekly Reporter Which snack company’s advertising campaign included the slogan “Once you pop, you can’t stop” in the 1990s? It was a question that stumped Dover Sherborn High School’s teens and the question that kicked off their trivia night sponsored by Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) on March 9. After fueling up on...
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Dover teen handles icy incident

By Laura Drinan Hometown Weekly Reporter Can you remember what you were doing on January 27? Perhaps it was just another chilly Saturday to you, but to Anna Pomahac, it is not a date to be forgotten. During a visit to Elm Bank, the tenth grader at Dover-Sherborn High School expected nothing more than a morning walk with...
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DS students perform with district ensembles

On January 6-7, six 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. The instrumentalists performed in the concert band under the direction of...
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DSEF funds new milling machine

Nick Grout, head of technology engineering at Dover Sherborn High School, works with students operating the school’s new CNC milling machine. Students use computer software to create their own designs, break them down into parts, and program the machine to create virtually any pattern or shape. The process brings principles of algebra and geometry...
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Dover GOP meets in Kraft Hall

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Kraft Hall in Dover was close to full on Tuesday, November 7, as people from across Dover gathered to hear their neighbors’ thoughtful assessments of the 12 months that have passed since President Trump was elected. Long time Dover resident Charlie Long gave his review of the regulatory environment; Gus Coldebella (former acting General...
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Teammate Project collecting for hurricane victims

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The Teammate Project is actively collecting youth baseball equipment for donation to weather ravaged communities in the US and the Caribbean. The Teammate Project was founded by the three Gately brothers in Dover to reclaim gently-used baseball equipment and get it to youth programs in underserved communities in the US and the Caribbean. The...
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DS baseball hosting August golf tournament

The Dover Sherborn High School baseball team, 2017 Eastern Mass Division 3 Champions, are inviting the public to participate in a scramble style golf tournament. The team will be hosting the tournament to raise funds for the high school baseball program. The tournament will begin on Friday, August 11, at Pinecrest Golf Club in Holliston, with...
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Dover-Sherborn High School graduates

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By Katrina Margolis Hometown Weekly Reporter On Thursday, June 1, Dover-Sherborn High School held its graduation exercises, welcoming the class of 2017 into post-high school life. In a period of uncertain weather, this graduating class was extraordinarily lucky to have sunshine and a cool breeze for their ceremony outside. The seniors made their way into...
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Dover’s Seth Novitch an Eagle Scout

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Boy Scouts of America, Troop 1 Dover, celebrated Seth Novitch’s Eagle Court of Honor on Sunday, April 30. Seth recently completed all the requirements for the rank of Eagle Scout and received his Eagle award at the Eagle Court of Honor ceremony at the Dover Church on 17 Springdale Ave. In order to achieve...
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DSMS spring plays find new home

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The Dover Sherborn Middle School spring plays were off to a great start. Three Dover-Sherborn High School students had signed on to be the directors, three plays were chosen, auditions were held, the cast lists were established, and rehearsals had begun. However, they had one big obstacle – they had nowhere to perform. The...
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DS High School hosts Seminar Day

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By Katrina Margolis Hometown Weekly Reporter On Wednesday, April 12, Dover-Sherborn High School held its first Seminar Day in eight years. Throughout the day, students had the opportunity to hear over 50 different speakers touching on almost every subject imaginable. “The idea is just basically to give the kids an opportunity to attend workshop seminars...
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‘Guys and Dolls’ tickets on sale

The Dover Foundation is pleased to announce that tickets are now on sale for their Spring production, “Guys and Dolls.” “Guys and Dolls” is about rolling the dice and falling in love under the bright lights of Broadway. Considered by many to be the perfect musical comedy, it features many classic songs including “Luck be a...
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DS students on China exchange

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The Dover Sherborn High School China exchange is in full swing. The participants this year are three seniors, Jennifer Mutch, Hannah Bruce and Charlie Mandel. They are accompanied by Christine Babson, a Spanish teacher at DS Middle School. Along with Mr. Babson, who participated in the first few weeks of travel with the...
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