Saturday, November 10, 2012
The Sachems scored late in the game, but Watertown held on for a 2-1 victory in the MIAA North Section Div. 2 semifinal.
Watertown took a two-goal lead in the first half, but Winchester put the ball in the back the net with under three minutes to go to make a tense ending in the MIAA North Section Div. 2 field hockey semifinal Friday night in Reading. Allie Doggett put No. 1 seed Watertown (20-0) into the lead nine minutes into the first half, and Kayla Johnson doubled the lead with seven minutes left in the first half. The No. 5 Sachems (16-4-1) pressured the three-time defending state champs much of the second half, and senior co-captain Emily Savage scored off a scramble in front of the goal with just under three minutes left in the game. Watertown coach Eileen Donohue called timeout right after the Winchester goal to organize her team. “We weren’t going …
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
The team raised $500 for Winchester Hospital.
The Winchester High School girls’ field hockey team recently held a fundraiser at Winchester High School and raised $500 to benefit the Winchester Hospital Breast Care Center (BCC). The team is pictured here with Kelley Cornell, MD, Associate Medical Clinical Director of the BCC (back row, second from right) and Delphine Lui, MD, Associate Medical Imaging Director of the BCC (back row, fourth from right).
Thursday, October 20, 2011
The Sachems soccer and field hockey teams snatched victory away from Belmont in the closing minutes.
On Tuesday afternoon and evening, the Belmont field hockey and soccer teams witnessed Winchester come back from the dead to snatch victories away from the Marauders in the final seconds of each match, including one with no time on the clock. Sachems tie up Marauders with zeros on the clock There is very little in common between field hockey and football, but for one rule: games can not end on a defensive penalty. Another play will be run off by the offense until the refs blow the whistle stopping play. It was that rule, that led to a rare second penalty corner try with no time on the clock and allowed forward Katelyn Bailey to score past Belmont goalie Shannon Reynolds and allow Winchester (6-2-2, 9-3-2) to walk away from Harris Field with…
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Girls' swimming, field hockey; Board of Selectmen, Capital Planning Committee; and upcoming flu clinics.
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