4 Watertown Athletes Garner Boston Globe All-Scholastic Honors

Charlie BreitroseWatertown senior co-captain Maggie Driscoll shoots the ball in the 2022 State Final. Driscoll was named the Div. 3 Player of the Year by the Boston Globe. The Fall season had many highlights for Watertown High School teams — including a state championship and a rivalry victory at Fenway Park. For their role in the successful season, four Raiders received All-Scholastic honors from the Boston Globe.

Nearly 2 Dozen Watertown Athletes Named League All-Stars

Natalie Nigito PhotographySenior running back Billy McHugh was one of the Watertown High School athletes named Middlesex All-Stars. The Watertown Public Schools announced that 23 Watertown Raiders athletes have been recognized by the Middlesex League as All-Stars for the Fall 2022 sports season. See the announcement below:

The state champion Raiders field hockey team saw five players pick up honors. Senior co-captains Lizzie Loftus and Maggie Driscoll were named to the All-Conference team and were crowned Co-MVPs of the Freedom Division. Junior Molly Driscoll also earned All-Conference honors.

“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.

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.

A Pair of Watertown Field Hockey Players Sign Letters to Play at Division I Colleges

Charlie BreitroseWatertown High School seniors Lizzie Loftus, left, and Maggie Driscoll signed letters of intent to play college field hockey. For many years, well before they became members of the Watertown High School field hockey team, Maggie Driscoll and Lizzie Loftus grew up playing the game with one another. Last Friday, they continued their journey together by signing letters of intent to play in college. While both will be at NCAA Div. I programs, Loftus is headed to Brown, and Driscoll will play at Boston University.

Watertown Field Hockey Beats Triton to Grab Spot in Final Four

Charlie BreitroseThe Watertown High School field hockey team displays the Final Four banner after beating Triton in the Round of 8 on Friday. Watertown’s field hockey team claimed another trophy on Friday, but not the one they hope to ultimately bring home at the end of the season. The top-seeded Raiders defeated ninth seed Triton 5-0 at Victory Field and received the trophy for making the Final Four of the MIAA Div. 3 State Tournament. Charlie BreitroseWatertown senior co-captain Lizzie Loftus shoots a ball at the net in the State Tourney game on Friday.