WHS Sports: Raiders Earn Two Victories Over Belmont, Football Falls

Two Watertown High School teams beat archrival Belmont last week, while the Raiders struggled on the football field. Boys Soccer

The Raiders boys soccer team not only beat the Marauders Friday, but the 1-0 victory gave them their seventh win in a row. Junior Nicholas DiPace’s second half goal proved to be the winner for Watertown in the game played at Victory Field on Friday afternoon. The Raiders have not let in a goal in the last four games

Watertown improved to 7-2-1 overall and 6-2-1 in the Middlesex League. Field Hockey

The Watertown High School field hockey team has also gone on a long winning streak, winning eight in a row, including a 3-1 win over Belmont last Wednesday.

Watertown Senior Named to Globe’s All-Scholastic Boys Soccer Team

Watertown senior Alex Egan was named to the Boston Globe’s All-Scholastic boys soccer team. Watertown senior Alex Egan wrapped up his high school soccer career by being named to the Boston Globe’s All-Scholastic team. Egan’s seven goals and 15 assists helped the Raiders win their first outright Middlesex League title. He finished his career with 17 goals and 18 assists. He was also named the Middlesex League Freedom’s Most Valuable Player.

Watertown Boys Soccer Overwhelms Gloucester in First Round of State Tournament

The Watertown High School boys soccer team came out firing on all cylinders, and rolled past Gloucester, 5-1, in the first round of the MIAA Div. 3 North Section tournament. 

The fourth seeded Raiders (13-5-1) scored early and often in the game at Victory Field against the 13th seeded Fishermen (5-12-1), Friday night. Watertown’s Caiden Kiani got the Raiders on the scoreboard just 1:53 into the match. Alex Egan got the assist. Less than two minutes later, however, Gloucester tied it up off a set piece.

WHS Sports: Boys Soccer Hosts Tourney Game, Girls Swimming Competes at League Meet

The Watertown High School boys soccer team hopes to make another deep run in the MIAA Div. 3 State Tournament. The Raiders will start their tourney with a home game on Friday night. 

Watertown will host Gloucester at Victory Field at 6 p.m. on Friday in a Div. 5 North first round game. The Raiders (12-5-1) earned the fourth seed in the North, while Gloucester (5-11-1) comes in as the 13th seed.

WHS Sports: Two League Titles, Coach Wins 200th, Football Wins Rematch of Thriller

Two Watertown High School teams claimed Middlesex League titles this fall. 
Boys Soccer
The Raiders claimed the Middlesex Freedom title by beating Burlington 3-0, and the team gave its coach a milestone victory. Tuesday’s win gave Watertown’s second league title — the last coming in 2016 — and the first time the school won the league outright. On Thursday, the Raiders defeated Wilmington 3-1, with junior Gevork Karapetyan scoring two goals in the road victory. The win also gave coach Frank Cacia his 200th career win and 100th win with Watertown. The Raiders will find out their first tournament opponent this week.