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Dedham beats DS in stoppage time

This header would have put DS ahead late in the game, had it not been just a bit too high.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

While it’s a cliché to say that either team could have won when talking about a close game, there’s no...

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Rough fourth quarter sinks field hockey

Coach Molly McGill pointed to the play of Drew Hussar as a highlight in a tough loss.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

With Medway hanging images of their senior football players along the fence and various JV athletes trickling into the bleachers, the Mustangs’...

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Both cross country teams beat Millis

Both boys coach Stephen Harte and the girls’ cross country team cheer for a runner as he finishes the race.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

Both the Dover-Sherborn boys and girls’ cross country teams moved to 2-0 last Wednesday evening at Millis, with a...

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DS Soccer drops opener to Medway

There were plenty of close calls, but ultimately no goals for the Raiders.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

While a matchup against Medway was Dover-Sherborn soccer’s first game of the year, on Wednesday night, it looked like the officiating crew was the rustiest team...

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Whittle teaches middle-schoolers about bycatch

Katherine Whittle explained that a large part of what drove her to create the Youth Environmental Stewardship Program is the belief that younger kids both look up to and relate better with older students.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

On June 8 and...

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Amidst downpours, DS softball slaughters Medway

Senior Ciara Crowley gets comforted by sophomore Caroline Boyajian as she walks off the field as a Dover-Sherborn Raider for the final time.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

In the rainiest game any of the Dover-Sherborn softball players likely have and will ever...

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Rower Ben Bejoian qualifies for Nationals

Ben Bejoian rowing on the water ahead of Nationals.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

You might think you know all the Dover-Sherborn athletes making their marks in their respective sports. Maybe you watch the high school games on TV, read about them, or even...

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DS tennis streaks past Norwood

At first singles, Robert Ozerdem finishes a point at the net with a very pretty drop volley.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

According to coach Jon Kirby, the Dover-Sherborn boy’s tennis team had won 85 regular season matches in a row going into their Thursday...

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DS falls late to Norton on Wednesday

While Derek Roman pitched well, pitch count rules played a role in his being pulled from the game.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

What was a 3-1 Norton game going into the fifth inning on Wednesday night would ultimately end up a dominant 13-1...

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Young DS, Medfield laxers face off

Medfield’s goalie is the last chance to stop a laser from a Dover-Sherborn attacker.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

At Metacomet Park on Saturday afternoon, the twelve- to fourteen-year-old lacrosse players from Medfield beat the players from Dover-Sherborn in a tight, 12-8 game that...

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Town baseball prepares for season return

Will we see this picture again, with a "2021 Champions" banner lying across the front of it? The Orioles sure felt that was a possibility.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

“I think we’ll go 17-0, as long as we actually get to play seventeen...

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‘DSMS Zoomsical’ held as drive-in movie

Cars were staggered in the parking lot, so you could see the screen without one directly in front of you to block your view.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

With COVID-19 shutting down any chance for large groups of people to gather together in...

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Raiders roll over Millis for win

Dover-Sherborn’s defense caused all sorts of problems for Millis, who ended the game with 27 turnovers.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

With five and a half minutes left in the third quarter, the Dover-Sherborn boys basketball team led Millis, 36-27, in a...

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DS maintains lead to defeat Dedham

Erica Hills rises for a three over an outstretched defender's hand.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

In a game that was close for a couple minutes in the second and third quarters, but somehow never a blowout nor particularly...

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DS Lightning adjusts to new rules

This free kick was stopped, but Dover-Sherborn would find three goals soon after.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

On Friday evening, the Dover-Sherborn Lightning, a blended seventh and eight grade team of the BAYS (Boston Area Youth Soccer) soccer league defeated the Wellesley Heat...

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DS makes news for unfortunate party

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

The towns of both Dover and Sherborn found themselves in the news this week, for something that was both not good news for the towns, nor an especially positive reflection of their residents. After a house party featuring an estimated 100-150 people was broken up...

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DS athletes shake off the rust

The lacrosse players noted their disappointment with the cancellation of last season, but expressed hope for this one.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

By and large, sports have not been played in six months. While professional athletes that have been playing for decades might...

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School committee lets teachers work remotely

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

The Dover-Sherborn School Committee has voted to approve a hybrid plan of reopening. However, there was some confusion about an amendment regarding what teachers who were unable to return to in class learning would be doing, resulting in the vote’s nullification and a re-vote being...

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‘Sherborn Walks’ a social-distancing must-read

By James Kinneen,
Hometown Weekly Reporter -

While most businesses are in significant financial trouble, a few are flourishing because of the coronavirus crisis. But while you’d have to be a psychic, an epidemiologist, or a certain couple of United States senators to have seen the shutdown coming and profited...

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Gregory, DS lacrosse still hopeful

By Mike Flanagan,
Hometown Weekly Sports Editor -

It’s normally the time of year in Dover-Sherborn when spring sports are getting into full swing. The COVID-19 pandemic has prevented sports, such as boys and girls lacrosse, baseball and softball, from starting their 2020 seasons. The MIAA is currently planning for...

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