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Old Rochester Youth Football14 viewsIt was a great day for all of the Bulldog divisions in the home opener for Old Rochester Youth Football vs. East Bay on Sunday. Tiny Mites won 18-12, junior pee wees 31-7, pee wees 28-6 and JV 14-6. Photos courtesy of ORYF.
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Old Rochester Youth Football17 viewsIt was a great day for all of the Bulldog divisions in the home opener for Old Rochester Youth Football vs. East Bay on Sunday. Tiny Mites won 18-12, junior pee wees 31-7, pee wees 28-6 and JV 14-6. Photos courtesy of ORYF.
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Old Rochester Youth Football12 viewsIt was a great day for all of the Bulldog divisions in the home opener for Old Rochester Youth Football vs. East Bay on Sunday. Tiny Mites won 18-12, junior pee wees 31-7, pee wees 28-6 and JV 14-6. Photos courtesy of ORYF.
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Old Rochester Youth Football18 viewsIt was a great day for all of the Bulldog divisions in the home opener for Old Rochester Youth Football vs. East Bay on Sunday. Tiny Mites won 18-12, junior pee wees 31-7, pee wees 28-6 and JV 14-6. Photos courtesy of ORYF.
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Old Rochester Youth Football14 viewsIt was a great day for all of the Bulldog divisions in the home opener for Old Rochester Youth Football vs. East Bay on Sunday. Tiny Mites won 18-12, junior pee wees 31-7, pee wees 28-6 and JV 14-6. Photos courtesy of ORYF.
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Mariner Youth Soccer U1820 viewsThe Mariner Youth Soccer U18 Boys team is proceeding to the Massachusetts Tournament of Champions (MTOC) after defeating Nantucket, 2-1. Mariner will represent the South Coast Conference and will compete either in the U18 or U19 bracket for the State Championship. The boys travel to Martha’s Vineyard this Friday for the game that decides which of the two teams enters the U18 bracket and the U19. Pictured here, the U18 boys celebrate on the ferry after their win over Nantucket. Photo courtesy Hal Rood
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Mariner U14 Boys Team40 viewsOn April 3, the Mariner U14 Boys Team won the Indoor Winter League Session at Fore Kicks in Taunton. The team of 17 hails from Fairhaven, Marion, Mattapoisett, and Rochester. Photo courtesy Carla Caynon
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Cape Cod Canal Hockey38 viewsFive Tri-Town boys skated on the Cape Cod Canal Hockey team that finished the season in first place in the South Shore Conference, Pee Wee B-Middle league. Their record was 15-2-2. Top row (l-r): Derek Gauvin, Alec Marsden, Brendan Burke. Bottom row (l-r): Sam Newton, Michael Niemi. Photo courtesy Heather Burke
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ORR Cape Hoops Team63 viewsThe 4th Grade ORR Cape Hoops Team recently won the "Battle at the Bogs" Carver Tournament on the weekend of February 22. The team won all the three tournament games before winning the championship! From top row (left to right): Coach Carter Hunt, Emile Joseph, Keegan Plante, Aidan Eagle, Zack Mourao, Matthew Rock, Matthew Gendron and Coach Tim Horan. Bottom row: Dylan Hunt, Finbar Kavanagh, Jack McGinnis, Chris Horan, John Horan, Asher O'Brien-Nichols.
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86 viewsThe Tri-Town Basketball League finished its season on Thursday, March 9. The March Madness Playoff night was held at Tabor Academy. Both teams that made it to Finals night were announced by name and had the pleasure of playing in front of a large crowd on the Main Court.
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80 viewsThe Tri-Town Basketball League finished its season on Thursday, March 9. The March Madness Playoff night was held at Tabor Academy. Both teams that made it to Finals night were announced by name and had the pleasure of playing in front of a large crowd on the Main Court.
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85 viewsThe Tri-Town Basketball League finished its season on Thursday, March 9. The March Madness Playoff night was held at Tabor Academy. Both teams that made it to Finals night were announced by name and had the pleasure of playing in front of a large crowd on the Main Court.
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