Bridgewater Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Bridgewater, MA

  • Saturday Sep 27 | via SouthCoastToday.com 

    H.S. Roundup: Dreher's goal with 7 min left seals Da...

    Molly Dreher scored what proved to be the game winner with seven minutes left to play to help give Dartmouth a 2-1 girls soccer win over Bridgewater-Raynham in an Old Colony League game played Saturday in Raynham. Julia Phillips set the game winner in motion and Kelly McManus, who assisted on both of Dartmouth's scores, crossed the ball to Dreher.

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  • Friday Sep 26 | via SouthCoastToday.com 

    Football: New Bedford hits wall: Bridgewater-Raynham

    After two weeks of action-like football, New Bedford's high-powered offense took on a silent-movie theme Friday night and first-year head coach Mark DeBrito may have to look at a horror film to find out why. "I won't have the reasons for what happened until I see the film, but it probably won't be pretty," DeBrito said after watching his previously undefeated Whalers get run over by visiting Bridgewater-Raynham, 27-13, at Paul Walsh Field.

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  • Friday Sep 26 | via Barnstable Patriot 

    Barnstable's big night

    EVASIVE MEASURES Barnstable's Jose Eraso Gonzalez snags the ball away from a Dartmouth opponent during game play Sept. 23 at BHS.

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  • Thursday Sep 25 | via Cape Cod Times 

    School football: This weekend's matchups

    Last week: Barnstable lost to BC High, 30-24 OT; Xaverian beat Bridgewater-Raynham, 28-6. Notes: Barnstable plays its fourth straight game against a ranked team.

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  • Thursday Sep 25 | via Boston Herald 

    Week 4 Football: SJ Prep vs. Everett ranks right up ...

    Everett football coach John DiBiaso has seen enough of St. John's Prep to know his team will be in a battle tomorrow when the two top-five programs collide. "I think St. John's Prep and Xaverian are the two best teams I've seen," said DiBiaso, whose team will host the Eagles for a 2:30 p.m. kickoff.

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  • Tuesday Sep 23 | via SouthCoastToday.com 

    H.S. Girls Roundup: New Bedford field hockey opens B...

    The New Bedford field hockey team opened its Big 3 schedule with a 5-0 win over Brockton on Tuesday, as Tran notched her third shutout of the season and senior Christianna Lopes scored her first career goal. The game was scoreless at the half, with West Bridgewater scoring the first goal at the 10:19 mark.

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  • Friday Sep 19 | via Cape Cod Times 

    Local soccer: Nauset girls shut out D-Y

    Abby Sullivan scored two goals and added an assist and Caley Fry tallied twice as the Nauset Warriors girls soccer team remained undefeated with a 5-0 victory over Dennis-Yarmouth. It was the first Atlantic Coast League match for Nauset, who is now 5-0-1 overall.

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  • Friday Sep 19 | via Cape Cod Times 

    School roundup: Mashpee field hockey still unbeaten

    Katrina Parvey scored the lone goal as the Mashpee Falcons field hockey team remained unbeaten with a 1-0 victory over Sturgis West at Simpkins Field. Parvey scored from Chyna Hendricks to support a shutout in goal from Sam Fraser.

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  • Thursday Sep 18 | via Barnstable Patriot 

    The Scoreboard 9-19-14

    WE CAN, AND WE DID Members of the We Can team in the Last Gasp bicycle race Sept. 14 celebrate after a job well done.

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  • Thursday Sep 18 | via Barnstable Patriot 

    Barnstable bests B-R

    THE THREES Barnstable's Olivia Brodt and Megan Dombrowski leap to block a shot against Bridgewater-Raynham Sept. 17. The Red Raiders won 3-0.

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  • Wednesday Sep 17 | via Cape Cod Times 

    School volleyball: Conklin leads Storm over PJP II

    Hannah Conklin set her second school record in a week, recording 15 aces to lead the Sturgis East Storm to a 3-0 victory over Pope John Paul II in Cape and Islands play Tuesday evening at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center. After setting the Sturgis East school record in kills in a game last week, Conklin's 15 aces proved another record as the Storm beat Lions 25-13, 25-14, 25-12.

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