Watertown continued its success on the football and field hockey turf this week.
The Raiders traveled to play Shawsheen in football on Saturday and came away 26-6 victors. The Boston Globe reports that Zach Rimsa scored two touchdowns for Watertown. The Raiders improve to 2-0 and play at Stoneham on Sept. 26 at 6:30 p.m.
The field hockey team has now stretched its unbeaten streak to 121, after beating Winchester 7-0 on the road and Wakefield 6-0 at home.
The golf team lost a close one to Stoneham, 36.5 to 35.5. They also lost in another match against Stoneham and then fell to Wilmington.
The Raiders moved above .500 in boys soccer last week. They followed a 5-0 loss at Winchester in boys soccer with a 2-1 win against Wakefield and a 3-1 win a Burlington.
The girls soccer team fell to Winchester 3-0.
The boys and girls cross country teams both fell to Belmont in their first home meet.
The girls volleyball team fell in games at Woburn and at Winchester.