Watertown Wins High Scoring Home Football Opener

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Charlie Breitrose

Watertown quarterback Deon Smith threw a screen pass to running back Zach Rimsa against Arlington Catholic.

Watertown quarterback Deon Smith threw a screen pass to running back Zach Rimsa against Arlington Catholic.

Charlie Breitrose

Watertown quarterback Deon Smith threw a screen pass to running back Zach Rimsa against Arlington Catholic.

Watertown High School’s football team turned around a halftime deficit and defeated Arlington Catholic in the opener at Victory Field Friday night.

Watertown scored first, after intercepting the Cougars in the first quarter. But by halftime the Raiders trailed 21-12.

Junior quarterback Deon Smith was a threat for Watertown on the ground as well as through the air against Arlington Catholic.

Charlie Breitrose

Junior quarterback Deon Smith was a threat for Watertown on the ground as well as through the air against Arlington Catholic.

The second half was a different story, as the Raiders scored 26 points and pulled out a 38-35 victory.

Next week, Watertown heads out of state to play Mt. Pleasant inĀ Rhode Island.

A block by Watertown's Steve Mey helped running back Zach Rimsa gain big yards in the 38-35 win over Arlington Catholic.

Charlie Breitrose

A block by Watertown’s Steve Mey helped running back Zach Rimsa gain big yards in the 38-35 win over Arlington Catholic.

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