Thursday, November 22, 2012
Here's what you need to know about this year's Turkey Day matchup.
The Medfield Warriors will travel to the Dover-Sherborn Raiders in the teams' 47th annual Thanksgiving Day game. WHEN: 10:00 a.m. Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, Nov. 22 WHERE: Dover-Sherborn Regional High School, 9 Junction Street, Dover HOW MUCH: Tickets will be sold at the gate on game day for $10 general admission and $5 students/seniors. TEAM RECORDS: The Warriors are 3-7; the D-S Raiders are 1-9. HISTORY OF RIVALRY: Medfield currently leads its Thanksgiving Day series with D-S, 24-18-4 but D-S has won the last three meetings, including last year’s 14-8 victory over the Warriors in Medfield. Here’s a look at the last few meetings between the two schools: IF YOU GO: Circle back to Patch during and after the game to share your photos. (…
Friday, October 5, 2012
Girls win, boys fall against Lancers.
Friday, October 5, 2012
The Dover-Sherborn boys lost 25-30 in a tight match against a determined Norton team, while the DS girls outnumbered and overpowered the Lancers, 49-15. On the boys side, Billy Sullivan, Max Marcotte and Mike Tierney took the first three spots for Norton. Fourth and fifth runners Cam Eisnor and Mason Rouillard sealed the deal. Norton placed second, third, fifth, seventh and eight while Dover-Sherborn took first, fourth, sixth, ninth and 10th. On the girls side, Corrina Jurczyk was Norton's first runner and prevented Dover-Sherborn, last year's state champions, from a perfect score. Freshman Caroline Weber placed third for the Lancers, right behind senior captain Alison Alioto. Rounding out fourth and fifth for the Lady Lancers was senior …
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Dover-Sherborn girls' soccer team fell 1-0 to TVL power Medfield Tuesday despite chances to make statement.
The Dover-Sherborn girls’ soccer team had the defending Division 2 State Champions right where they wanted them but couldn’t take advantage of the opportunity in a 1-0 loss to Medfield Tuesday. “The ball bounced their way and they finished and we didn’t,” said Dover-Sherborn head coach David Wainwright. After a scoreless first half, Medfield and Dover-Sherborn continued in a back-and-forth, up-tempo style game that remained tied until Medfield’s sophomore forward, Kristina Gustafson, pushed a soft shot past D-S goalkeeper Julia Perlmutter with 9:51 to play. That would be all the Warriors needed to escape the Raiders and improve to 3-0 in the Tri-Valley League to start the season. D-S fell to 1-1. “They really put a lot of hard pressure on …