Nora Searle Field Dedicated Before Full House
All sports teams from the youth to the high school level participate in halftime ceremony.
Hundreds of people from Dover-Sherborn turned out last night as the newly constructed field at Nathaniel Frothingham Stadium was dedicated and named Nora Searle Field in memory of the 14-year-old eighth grader who died from cancer last April.
At halftime of the Raiders game against Hopkington, youth athletes from all the sports joined all the high school athletes in a procession onto the field
Superintendant Valerie Spriggs spoke to the crowd at halftime, giving thanks to many, and the Booster Club's Frank Pearlmutter and Bill Schatard spoke as well.
It was a great evening for all, with the only downside being the Raider football team lost to Hopkington, 37-18.
Check back here on Dover-Sherborn Patch on Monday morning for more on last night's event, including many more pictures.
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