Watertown’s Run in the Hockey Tourney Scuttled by Scituate in State Semi

Charlie BreitroseWatertown junior Jack Dickie coms around the Scituate net in the MIAA Div. 3 Final Four game in Bourne. BOURNE — The Watertown/Wayland boy’s hockey team appeared to have one more moment of magic up its sleeve after grabbing a tying goal in the final minutes of the MIAA Div. 3 Final Four game, but the “puck luck” was not on the Raiders’ side and the Sailors will be skating for the State Title after a 4-2 win capped by an empty net goal. Charlie BreitroseWatertown junior Maricio Souza skates up ice against Scituate in the State Semifinal.

Last Second Goal Lifts Watertown into Hockey State Semifinal

Charlie BreitroseWatertown junior Mauricio Souza scored the gamer winner with seconds remaining in the Elite Eight Game against Nauset. Here he celebrates a goal against Southeastern Regional in the First Round. A breakaway goal with five seconds left in the MIAA Div. 3 Boys Hockey Elite Eight vaulted Watertown/Wayland past host Nauset, 3-2, and into the Final Four for the second straight season. Just as it appeared the game played at Charles Moore Arena in Orleans would head into overtime and the puck in the Nauset offensive zone, junior Mauricio Souza grabbed the puck, skated down ice and buried the puck in the Warriors’ net to clinch the win for the fifth-seeded Raiders.

Watertown Hockey Blows Past Dracut, Books Trip to the Cape for State Quarterfinal

Charlie BreitroseWatertown junior James Erickson celebrates scoring a hat trick against Dracut/Tynsboro in the Round of 16 State Tournament game. Having survived a double overtime in the first round of the MIAA Div. 3 State Tournament, the Watertown High School boys hockey team skated to a relatively easy victory Saturday night, putting half a dozen goals on the scoreboard against Dracut/Tyngsboro. The Raiders won the Round of 16 game 6-2 at John A. Ryan Arena. Watertown Coach John Vlachos was confident his players would be ready.

Raiders Boys Hockey Triumphs in 2 Overtimes in State Tournament

Charlie BreitroseWatertown’s boys hockey team celebrates the double-overtime winning goal against Southeastern Regional Vocational Tech in the State Tournament. Watertown High School’s boys hockey players piled onto each other after the Raiders scored the winning goal in a dramatic double overtime victory in the MIAA Div. 3 State Tournament Round of 32 game. Watertown defeated the visitors from Southeastern Regional Vocational Tech, 3-2 on Wednesday night at John A. Ryan Arena. Charlie BreitroseWatertown took a 2-0 lead in the second period of the State Tournament game with Jack Dickie’s goal.

Watertown Boys Basketball’s Comeback Falls Short in State Tourney

Charlie BreitroseWatertown senior Ben Kullman dives for a loose ball in the State Tournament game against Rockland. Down 10 poinst late, the Watertown High School boys basketball team had a chance to reduce the deficit to two in the waning moments of the State Tournament game Wednesday night, but the Raiders fell to Rockland, 50-42. Charlie BreitroseWatertown junior Jeffrey Kerbin shoots against Rockland. He scored 11 points for the Raiders. The first half of the MIAA Div.

WHS Sports: Heartbreaking End for Girls Track, Girls Hoops Looking for Home Tourney Game

Charlie BreitroseSophomore Elsa Ryan raced in the 600 meters and was part of the 4 x 800 relay. BOSTON — Celebration turned to consternation for Watertown High School’s girls track team on Thursday night. The 4 x 800 relay team crossed the line in second place at the MIAA Div. 5 Indoor Track Championships, but minutes later the Raiders were informed they had been disqualified. Charlie BreitroseThe Watertown girls 4 x 800 relay team celebrates after finishing second at the MIAA Div.

“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.