Three Watertown Athletes Make Globe’s All-Scholastic Teams, One Named Athlete of the Year

Charlie BreirtoseWatertown sophomore Molly Driscoll was named Div. 3 field hockey athlete of the year by the Boston Globe. A trio of Watertown Raiders earned All-Scholastic honors from the Boston Globe this fall, including one who was named the athlete of the year. Only a sophomore, Molly Driscoll, was named the top Div. 3 field hockey player by the Globe in its fall All-Scholastic teams. She helped Watertown win its first State Championship since 2017.

19 Watertown High School Athletes Named Middlesex League All-Stars

The Middlesex League All-Stars have been announced and Watertown High School boasts nearly 20 athletes from seven teams on the list

Football: Colin Owens, Mason Andrade, Nathan Master

Boys Soccer: Joey Cottone, Pierre Paul Frederick Labossiere, Sean Anthony McCusker, Gregory Davidian

Girls Soccer: Amanda Cosco, Molly Sheehan

Golf: Jack Jones, Colin Campbell, James Erickson

Cross Country: Anna Lonergan

Field Hockey: Molly Driscoll, Margaret Driscoll, Elizabeth Loftus, Taylor Lambo, Ellie Monahan

Volleyball: Jenna Brussel Johnson

Watertown Feasts on Belmont During Shutout Win in the Thanksgiving Game

Charlie BreitroseWatertown senior Nathan Master celebrates after the Raiders defense stopped Belmont during the Thanksgiving Game. Senior Mason Andrade set the tone for Watertown by pancaking a Belmont blocker on the opening kickoff of the annual Thanksgiving Day football game. The Raiders continued to pound the Marauders all game, emerging with a 25-0 win over their rivals. Watertown improved to 7-4, winning four of their last five games, and snapped a two-game losing streak to Belmont. The game was not played last year.

Watertown Cannot Contain Explosive Dover-Sherborn Offense in State Football Playoff

Charlie BreitroseWatertown running back Mason Andrade battles for yards against Dover-Sherborn in the first round of the MIAA Div. 5 Football Playoffs. DOVER — Watertown High School’s run of wins came to an end in the first round of the MIAA Div. 5 Football Playoffs, with a 21-7 loss at Dover-Sherborn. The Raiders (5-4) held the explosive Dover-Sherborn (8-1) offense scoreless early in the game, forcing a punt on the first drive and the second ending in a missed field goal.