Watertown’s Taylor Lambo Garners 2 Honors for College Basketball Performances

Joshua McKeeHamilton College forward Taylor Lambo received honors from NESCAC and D3hoops.com. Lambo graduated from Watertown High School in 2022. The following information was provided by Hamilton College Athletics:

Hamilton College’s Taylor Lambo ’26 (Watertown, Mass./Watertown HS) was selected the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Women’s Basketball Player of the Week and placed on the D3hoops.com Women’s Team of the Week on Monday, Dec. 5. Lambo posted season highs of 23 points, 10 rebounds and four assists in an 80-75 win against then-nationally ranked No.

“Inspirational” Watertown Field Hockey Team Honored by School Committee

Charlie BreitroseWatertown field hockey players celebrate a goal in the State Final win over Sandwich. The Raiders won back-to-back titles, and WHS’s 20th overall. After winning the State Championship for the 20th time, Watertown High School’s field hockey team received praise from the School Committee, and the players were called inspirations who represent the community well. The Raiders completed an undefeated, untied season on Nov. 19, defeating Sandwich in the MIAA Div.

See Photos from Watertown’s Victory Over Belmont at Fenway

Natalie Nigito PhotographyWatertown High School’s football team played on the Boston Red Sox’ home field and defeated Belmont in the 100th edition of the annual rivalry game. Photos by Natalie Nigito and Charlie Breitrose

BOSTON — Watertown defeated Belmont in a special Thanksgiving game played at one of the most storied sporting arenas in America. The Raiders won the 100th game played in the Thanksgiving rivalry, this year played at Fenway Park on Wednesday night. Check out images from the revelry in and around the game. See coverage of the game game by clicking here.

Watertown Triumphs at Fenway in 100th Game Against Belmont

Charlie BreitroseWatertown football coach John Cacace holds the trophy aloft after Watertown defeated Belmont in the Thanksgiving game played at Fenway Park. BOSTON — After letting their rivals from Belmont tie the score on the stroke of halftime, Watertown High School’s football team took control of in the second half to win an extra-special Thanksgiving eve game played under the lights at Fenway Park, 21-7. Watertown Head Coach John Cacace said he had a simple message to inspire the team at halftime. “It feels great man, we work all year to finish it up just like this and I’m so happy for our kids, the way we played the second half,” Cacace said. “I challenged them at  halftime to come out tougher and we did, man.”

Watertown Beats Belmont in the100th Football Game at Fenway, 21-7

After clashing 99 times in Watertown and Belmont on Thanksgiving, the 100th matchup will take place at the home of the Boston Red Sox on the eve of Turkey Day. Follow live updates from the game here! Fourth Quarter

1:13 left. McHugh intercepts pass returns to the 16. Victory formation

1:32 left, Belmont starts at its 16

1:41 left, McHugh runs it 55 yards for the TD.

BACK-TO-BACK CHAMPS: Watertown Field Hockey Defeats Sandwich in State Final

Charlie BreitroseWatertown senior co-captains Lizzie Loftus, foreground, and Maggie Driscoll lift the State Championship trophy after the Raiders beat Sandwich 2-0. NORWELL — The Raiders 2-0 victory over Sandwich on Saturday clinched the Watertown High School field hockey program’s 20th State Championship, and two straight MIAA Div. 3 State Tournament titles. In 2021, the Raiders returned to the top after a four-year drought by winning in double-overtime. This year, the Raiders scored goals in each half to secure the trophy, but the lack of suspense did not mute the celebration.

Watertown Rolls Past Dover-Sherborn into Field Hockey State Final

Charlie BreitroseWatertown junior Molly Driscoll celebrates after scoring her fourth goal in the State Semifinal win over Dover-Sherborn. CANTON — Watertown High School’s field hockey team defeated Dover-Sherborn 6-0 Wednesday night to set up a rematch in the MIAA Div. 3 State Final on Saturday. The top-seeded Raiders held a 2-0 lead over fourth-seeded Dover-Sherborn at halftime after goals by junior Molly Driscoll in the first quarter and sophomore Caroline Andrade in the second. Watertown came out in the second half going at 100 miles per hour.