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WATERTOWN - After getting their competitive legs under them at the Stratton Brook Invitattional, the Watertown High School cross country boys and girls team began their NVL season with a quad meet against Torrington, Wilby and WCA at Veterans’ Park on September 14. Prior to the meet, the first of five against league competition, coach Brian LaFontaine, who has enjoyed considerable success during his tenure, discussed the prospects for the 2021 Indians. Read more

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WATERTOWN - The Watertown High School Schoool girls’ soccer team took to the road, hoping to find a winning formula at Seymour High School when they faced the Wildcats on September 15.

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WATERTOWN - Prior to the start of the team’s season-opening game at Kennedy High School on on September 14, Watertown High School girls’ volleyball coach Michael Theriault announced the selection of his team’s tri-captains for the 2021 season, naming Ava Williams, Katie Noga, and Sophia Spio…

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WATERTOWN - The Berkshire League welcomed its’ newest field hockey member when Watertown High School offically took the field at the Mills Complex to face Litchfield High School on September 9.

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After their opening game victory, the Watertown High School field hockey team took some time to collect shoes for a Water-Oak Circle of Sports fundraiser. “We saw they were collecting them so we thought we would help out,” said WHS coach Audrey Brown. That the team did, as they collected ove…

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BEACON FALLS - In their season-opening match on September 11, Woodland High School scored a close 3-2 victory over Watertown High School, which sought to get into the win column when it faced Seymour High School in the home opening match on September 14.

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David DiCarlo of Watertown carded a hole-in-one on September 5 at Crestbrook Golf Course on the par-three 14th hole at a distance of 143 yards, using a 9-iron. David’s accomplishment was witnessed by his playing partner and friend John Merritt.

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Mount Saint Mary College graduate Matthew Martino of Watertown added another honor to his resume when he was named a Scholar All-American by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association. The academic honor comes on the heels of Martino being named First Team All-Skyline Conference …

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WATERTOWN - Jan Wivestad, Crestbrook Park PGA Golf Professional announced at the most current Parks and Recreation Commission meeting that he has qualified for the Senior National Professional Golf Association Championship at PGA Village in Port St. Lucie, FL. 

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WATERTOWN - The Water-Oak Circle of Sports is hosting a Shoe Drive Fundraiser through Thursday, September 30.

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WATERTOWN - The sixth annual Watertown Police Department Charity Golf Tournament to benefit the Harold Leever Cancer Center will be held on Friday, October 1 at Crestbrook Park Golf Course, 834 Northfield Road.

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WATERTOWN - With an abbreviated schedule, the Watertown Association for Youth Soccer began it’s 2021 fall season this past weekend.

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WATERTOWN - Athletes in their own right, the Watertown High School cheerleading team is ready to put it’s competitive talents on display for spectators at WHS games as well as in their own competitions.

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WATERTOWN - After a season unlike any other in 2020, Watertown High School girls’ soccer coach Melissa Ciarlo is really, really looking forward to a normal season in 2021.

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WATERTOWN - After a 6-4-1 season in 2020, the Watertown High School boys’ soccer program will look to bounce back with it’s usual high-win, low-loss numbers under coach Vitto Caligiuri when what we all hope will be a back-to-normlal-length season, which will begin at Woodland Regional on Sat…

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WATERTOWN - The Watertown High School cross country teams will begin the 2021 season with a quad meet against against Torrington High School, WCA and Wilby High School on Tuesday, September14 at Veterans’ Park at 3:30 p.m.

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BURLINGTON, WA. -  For the first 21 laps at Skagit Speedway on September 4, things were looking pretty good for David Gravel as he tore off the laps with the lead in the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series event. 

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WATERTOWN - The Water-Oak Circle of Sports is hosting a Shoe Drive Fundraiser through Thursday, September 30.

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WATERTOWN - The sixth annual Watertown Police Department Charity Golf Tournament to benefit the Harold Leever Cancer Center will be held on Friday, October 1 at Crestbrook Park Golf Course, 834 Northfield Road.

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The day was sunny, the flagsticks planted, but where were the golfers? On the morning of September 2, they were nowhere to be seen at the Watertown Golf Club, which was closed after absorbing as much as six inches of rain dumped on the local area by the remnants of Hurricane/Tropical Storm I…

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WATERTOWN - When the Watertown High School Field Hockey team makes it’s 2021 debut on Thursday, September 9, it will mark the beginning of a new era for the program, which will be in it’s fifth season with Audrey Brown as the coach.

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Although not in numbers as large as usual, competitors and friends were back and catching up with each other at the Polk School in Oakville prior to the start of the Shamrock Shuffle Road Race on August 21.

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Steven Martino, selected by the Water-Oak Circle of Sports as one of its 2021 Award recipients, made an eloquent acceptance speech at the organization’s awards outing on August 15. Martino was honored for his years of service the the local sports community. “I am thrilled to be honored,” Mar…

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MIke Rinaldi, at right, was presented with the Don Stepanek Community Service Award by Water-Oak Circle of Sports president Bruce Cianciolo at the organization’s 43rd annual awards presentation on August 15.

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WATERTOWN - The sixth annual Watertown Police Department Charity Golf Tournament to benefit the Harold Leever Cancer Center will be held on Friday, October 1 at Crestbrook Park Golf Course, 834 Northfield Road.

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WATERBURY - On a gorgeous sunny Sunday afternoon, the Watertown-Oakville sports community turned out in force, not only to honor their own, but just to to hug, shake hands or just say “HI” to many friends, have a picnic-type meal and just share a sense of normalcy. At the La Bella Vista Pavi…

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WATERTOWN - In their final series of the season, the Watertown Rapids GROWS 16U softball won three of its’ four games to finish with a solid record of 23-8-1.

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The Watertown High School Cheerleaders recently attended UCA Camp in Marlborough, MA. The camp lasted three days and the cheerleaders learned new stunting skills, cheers, and dance material. In addition to advancing their skills, they participated in a squad credentialing program that emphas…

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Brianna Catalani, at right, of the GROWS Rapids Blue 18U softball team and a 2021 Watertown High School graduate, was named the USSSA Nationals Tournament Offensive MVP. Joining her for the post-game trophy presentation were her mothe Debbie-Jo and step father Chris Martin, who coached the t…

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WATERTOWN - Back on the field, and preparing for the football season that they were denied last year, the Watertown High School program began light preparations under the guidance of head coach Shawn Stanco and his staff in the midst of a heat wave.

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WATERTOWN - Registration is now open for the Shamrock Shuffle 5k Road Race “Sizzler Edition” on Saturday, August 21, with the same agenda in place for the long-awaited ninth edition of the event, which has drawn upwards of over 1000 participants from all 50 states.

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WATERTOWN - The Water-Oak Athletic Club will be holding a tryout session for their Elite 13U Baseball team on Wednesday, August 25 at Veterans Park Field #2 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

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WATERTOWN - The sixth annual Watertown Police Department Charity Golf Tournament to benefit the Harold Leever Cancer Center will be held on Friday, October 1 at Crestbrook Park Golf Course, 834 Northfield Road.

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While stifling temperatures and humidity kept a lot of people indoors over the four-day period August 11-14, many came out and enjoyed leisurely summer activities such as fishing on Merriman Pond. (Dreher photo)