WHS Sports: Girls Hockey Player Honored, Wrestling Winning and More

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Watertown girls hockey player Aurora Fidler was named a player of the week by the Boston Globe for scoring two goals in the Raiders 3-2 win over Woburn.

Watertown also got a stellar performance from goalie Jonna Kennedy, who made 52 saves.

Wrestlers Collect Trio of Wins

Watertown’s wrestlers dominated a quad meet and beat all three opponents, according a story on Wicked Local Watertown.

The Raiders defeated Northbridge (36­-18), Gloucester (48­-18), and Josiah Quincy Upper School (42­-18).

Among the top performers were Alek Kebabjian (160 pounds), Nick Stanizzi (106), and Farid Mawanda (152) who all went 2-0 during the meet.

Boys Basketball

The Raiders wiped out Lexington this week, and earned a tournament bid by beating Boston United, according to a Wicked Local Watertown report.

Three Watertown players scored in double figures –  Derek Diepietrantonio, 17; Vondre Chase, 14; and Julio Fulcar, 10 – in the 59-31 win over Lexington. The win over Boston United clinched a winning record against Div. 3 opponents, which is one way to qualify for the State Tournament.

Girls Basketball

The girls basketball team suffered only its second loss of the season when they fell 54-50 at Woburn. The Tanners are undefeated so far this year.

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