Raiders Rout Arlington Catholic in Football Opener

The Watertown Raiders football team opened the season with a win over Arlington Catholic. The Watertown High football team opened up its season in grand style with a convincing 43-6 win over Arlington Catholic Friday night at Victory Field. The Raiders, who are hoping to rebound from a disappointing 4-7 season a year ago, showed early indications that they are on their way of doing just that. “A lot of our younger guys got a lot of experience last year and you saw some of that development in this game,” Watertown head coach John Cacace said. “Overall I thought the team played a very solid, physical game.

Watertown Football Team Looks to Return to Winning Ways in 2019

The Watertown High School football team hopes to celebrate more wins in 2019 after the team’s string of winning seasons, winning streak against Belmont, and playoff streams were broken in 2018. For the Watertown High football team in 2018, it is safe to say things did not go according to plan. Injuries to key players before the regular season even started set the tone for a year that led to a final record of 4-7. The 2018 season saw the end of many streaks the Raiders were accustomed to extending such as beating Belmont on Thanksgiving (five years in a row), making the playoffs (five straight seasons) and finishing with a winning record (nine straight years). All those streaks will have to start over in 2019.