Watertown Field Hockey Coach to be Honored on Girl & Women in Sports Day

Watertown field hockey coach Eileen Donahue will receive an award at the Massachusetts Celebration of Girls and Women in Sports Day. Watertown High School field hockey coach Eileen Donahue will add to her growing list of accolades during the Massachusetts Celebration of Girls and Women in Sport Day. On Feb. 7, Donahue will be one of four women to receive the Massachusetts Women in Athletics Distinguished Service Award. The award will be presented at the annual event held at Faneuil Hall in Boston.

More than a Dozen Raiders Named Middlesex League All-Stars, 3 Got MVP Award

A baker’s dozen of Watertown High School athletes from five sports made the Middlesex League All-Star teams during the fall sports season, with three named MVP in their sport. Girls Cross Country: Lakshmi Thangaraj

Field Hockey: Emily Campbell, Ally Kennedy (MVP) and Aurise Tattrie (MVP)

Football: David Manoukian

Boys Golf: Dario Christie and Tim McCall

Boys Soccer: Devon Breen, Nicholas DiPace, Rodrigo Freitas (MVP), Gevork Karapetyan and Caiden Kiani

Two Watertown Players Names to Field Hockey All-Scholastic Team

Watertown Field Hockey players Aurise Tattrie (left) and Ally Kennedy made the Boston Globe’s All-Scholastic team. Here the pair signed their letters of intent to play in college. The Boston Globe named Watertown High School field hockey players Ally Kennedy and Aurise Tattrie to its All-Scholastic team. The pair added the honor to the list of other achievements this season. Tattrie and Kennedy were also named co-MVP of the Middlesex League Freedom Division.

Watertown Has Not Just 1, but 2 College All-America Field Hockey Players

Watertown’s Michaela Antonellis and Ally McCall both made college All-America field hockey teams this year. A pair of former Watertown High School field hockey teammates have gone on to success in college, and both have been named to the 2019 college All-America teams.

Michaela Antonellis and Ally McCall served as co-captains for the Raiders during their senior year, and now they both earned All-American status as college seniors. They also were part of the Watertown High School team that set the national record for longest consecutive unbeaten streak. Antonellis, who attends Stonehill College, made the NCAA Div. II All-America second team for both the Longstreth/National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) and Synapse Sports All-America.

Two Watertown Athletes Sign Letters to Play Field Hockey in College

Watertown Field Hockey players Aurise Tattrie (left) and Ally Kennedy signed to play in college. Tattrie will play at UMass Lowell and Kennedy at Vermont. Two Watertown High School seniors, Ally Kennedy and Aurise Tattrie, will continue their field hockey careers when they head to college next fall. Monday afternoon, the pair officially signed letters committing their choice of colleges — Vermont for Kennedy and UMass Lowell for Tattrie — in a ceremony held in the Watertown High School Gym. Kennedy verbally committed to play for the Catamounts after her sophomore year.

Watertown Sisters Compete in NCAA Field Hockey Tourney, Two More WHS Grads Played in Div. 3 Tourney

Sisters Kourtney (left) and Jonna Kennedy will both be playing in the NCAA Field Hockey Tournament Sunday. Kourtney plays for UConn and Jonna for Boston College. Sisters Kourtney and Jonna Kennedy will each be competing in the second round of the NCAA Div. I Field Hockey Tournament Sunday, as their teams seek a berth in the Final Four. Kourtney Kennedy, a junior defender with UConn, will be playing against Princeton in Storrs, Conn., at 1 p.m. Sunday.

WHS Sports: Boys Soccer Triumphs in 2OTs, Field Hockey Falls

Watertown’s Rodrigo Freitas celebrates after scoring the winning goal in double overtime over Dracut in the North Section quarterfinal. Watertown High School’s boys soccer team fended off waves of attack from Dracut in the Div. 3 North quarterfinal, but in crunch time Rodrigo Freitas struck and won the game for the Raiders in sudden death overtime. The third seeded Watertown (14-4-2) defeated sixth seed Dracut (12-9) by a score of 2-1 in double overtime Wednesday night at Victory Field in the state tournament game. The win was the second straight in overtime for the Raiders.

WHS Sports: Boys Soccer Claims Tourney Win in OT, Football Wins, Field Hockey Game Moved

Watertown’s boy’s soccer team advanced to the North Section quarterfinal after an overtime win on Monday night. The Watertown boys soccer team came from behind to defeat Weston in overtime in the first round of the Div. 3 North Section tournament on Monday night. The third-seeded Raiders went up in the first half 1-0, but the visitors tied the game with two minutes left in the first half. Weston, the 14th seed, took a second half lead, but Watertown fought back to tie the score with five minutes left in regulation.