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DSW Patriots remain undefeated

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The 6th grade DSW Patriots remain undefeated, winning their sixth game last Saturday morning in Wayland. Spotting the home team 6 points early, the Patriots rattled off 38 unanswered points against an undermanned Wayland-Weston squad for a final of 38-6. Running back Mekhi Robinson had a day with nearly 200 rushing yards and...
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DSW Patriots remain undefeated

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The 6th grade DSW Patriots remain undefeated, winning their sixth game last Saturday morning in Wayland. Spotting the home team 6 points early, the Patriots rattled off 38 unanswered points against an undermanned Wayland-Weston squad for a final of 38-6. Running back Mekhi Robinson had a day with nearly 200 rushing yards and...
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DSW Patriots improve to 5-0

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On a wet Sunday morning, the Grade 6 DSW Patriots improved to 5-0 with a 25-0 win over Bellingham at Nora Searle field. Paced by touchdown runs from Michael Polk, Will Dummer, and Danny Sullivan as well as Luke Rinaldi’s 40 yard touchdown pass to Griffin Rosbottom and PATs by Connor Mathew and...
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DSW Patriots enjoy Medway romp

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Under sunny skies Sunday afternoon in Medway, the DS-Westwood 6th Grade Patriots defeated a scrappy Colts team 40-0, and raised their record to 4-0 on the season. ww_football3 Griffin Rosbottom’s first quarter interception gave the Patriots strong field position early, while power running by Michael Polk,...
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DSW Patriots roll with successive victories

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In a strong defensive effort, the 6th Grade DSW Patriots defeated Holliston 19-0 on Sunday morning, September 11, to go 2-0 on the season. Led by Michael Polk’s three rushing touchdowns and with strong ball carrying by Will Dummer and Mekhi Robinson, the 6th graders battled the wind and rain to piece together...
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