Watertown Sprinter, High Jumper Among Best at State Track Meet

Watertown senior Mange Camara won the 55-meter dash and the 300 meters at the MIAA Div. 5 Meet Wednesday. BOSTON — Watertown’s Track and Field team took on the best athletes from around Massachusetts and two seniors showed they are among the best in the Bay State at the MIAA Div. 5 Indoor Track Meet. Sprinter Mange Camara took two firsts, and high jumper Abbi Peterson finished second at the Division Meet, held at the Reggie Lewis Track & Athletic Center on Wednesday.

WHS Sports: Basketball Team Piling Up Wins, Track Excels & More

Watertown seniors Chris Iannetta, left, and Nick McDermott, and the rest of the Raiders boys basketball team, have been on a hot streak recently. The defending State Champion Watertown High School boys basketball team has hit a hot streak, piling up the wins over the past few weeks, including a buzzer beater. After a 1-3 start, the Raiders have improved to 9-7 overall (7-7 in the Middlesex League), including wins in six of the last eight contests. Watertown won a thriller against Melrose, 53-51, on the last second hoop by senior Nick McDermott. Watch the highlight courtesy of Watertown Cable, below.

Patriots Parade: MBTA Announces Service for Super Bowl Festivities

The following information was provided by the MTBA:

On Tuesday, February 5, 2019, hundreds of thousands of people are expected to join regular weekday commuters as the City of Boston celebrates another Patriots’ championship. Parade-goers travelling on the MBTA are encouraged to visit mbta.com/patriots for full information on service, service adjustments, and purchasing fares. All customers are strongly urged to purchase roundtrip fare in advance. Parking availability can be checked at some of the busiest MBTA stations on Twitter @MBTA_Parking. Daily parking rates are $2 – $15 with cash, credit, or mobile phone.

Boston Bruins Players Drop by Perkins School for to Try Out a Different Sport

Boston Bruins players, from left, Zdeno Chara, Ryan Donato and Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson, shake hands with students from Perkins School for the Blind after playing goal ball in the gym at the Watertown-based school. Three members of the Boston Bruins took some time away from the ice to join students from Perkins School for the Blind for a game of goal ball on Monday afternoon. NHL players Zdeno Chara, Ryan Donato and Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson donned the black and gold jerseys with the famous spoked “B,” while students came dressed in their blue jerseys with “Perkins” across the front. The Bruins were greeted by the school’s cheerleading team, which got the crowd in the Perkins gym warmed up with a few numbers. Then it was time to strap on the goggles and play some goal ball.

WHS Sports: Runner Posts One of Fastest Times in State History, Girls Win Hoops Tourney

Watertown senior Mange Camara set one of the fastest times in state history in the 300 meters. Here he is running in the 2018 MIAA Div. 4 Indoor Championships. Watertown track star Mange Camara got his senior season off to a good start by running one of the top times in Massachusetts high school history in the 300 meters. Camara ran the 300 meter sprint in 34.44 seconds at the MSTCA Indoor Speed Classic at the Reggie Lewis Track & Athletic Center in Boston on Dec.

See the Raiders Who Made the Middlesex All-Stars This Fall

Watertown had a baker’s dozen of athletes in four sports make the Middlesex League All-Stars in the Fall season. Boys Soccer – MVP: Alex Egan; All-Stars: Luke Murphy, Chris Iannetta, Alex Egan, Jafiah Edwards, Rodrigo Freitas, Ruben Sara

Girls Cross Country – Lakshmi Thangaraj

Field Hockey – MVP: Gabby Venezia; All-Conference: Gabby Venezia, Ally Kennedy, Olivia Lampasona; All-Stars: Catherine Connors, Shannon Hughes

Boys Cross Country – Jack Barry