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Pee-Wee Football244 viewsOld Rochester Youth Football’s (ORYF) Pee Wee team beat Fairhaven, 14-0, on Sunday, September 28 and they are now 3-1-1. (Photo by Rick Manning.)

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Pee-Wee Football205 viewsOld Rochester Youth Football’s (ORYF) Pee Wee team beat Fairhaven, 14-0, on Sunday, September 28 and they are now 3-1-1. (Photo by Rick Manning.)

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Pee-Wee Football210 viewsOld Rochester Youth Football’s (ORYF) Pee Wee team beat Fairhaven, 14-0, on Sunday, September 28 and they are now 3-1-1. (Photo by Rick Manning.)

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Pee-Wee Football203 viewsOld Rochester Youth Football’s (ORYF) Pee Wee team beat Fairhaven, 14-0, on Sunday, September 28 and they are now 3-1-1. (Photo by Rick Manning.)

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Pee-Wee Football226 viewsOld Rochester Youth Football’s (ORYF) Pee Wee team beat Fairhaven, 14-0, on Sunday, September 28 and they are now 3-1-1. (Photo by Robert Chiarito.)
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Stinging Champs218 viewsThe Scorpions South U11 Girls were crowned champions of their division at the FC Stars Cup Labor Day Tournament held this past weekend. The girls went undefeated in their three group games, and then defeated the north shore’s Shooting Stars, 1-0, in the final.
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Stone Horse Builder's Cup240 viewsIn an exciting finish to the 2008 Stone Horse Builder’s Cup Race sponsored by Edey and Duff of Mattapoisett, the top three Stone Horses were within two boat lengths with only a bow sprit, about 4 feet, separating the top two boats, WINDFALL and YOUNG AMERICA. WINDFALL, sailed by Tom Kenney of the New Bedford Yacht Club and Bob Jackson of Cohasset, took First Place, edging out Second Place finisher Bob Sachetti of Boston, who was single handing YOUNG AMERICA.
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Stone Horse Builder's Cup217 viewsIn an exciting finish to the 2008 Stone Horse Builder’s Cup Race sponsored by Edey and Duff of Mattapoisett, the top three Stone Horses were within two boat lengths with only a bow sprit, about 4 feet, separating the top two boats, WINDFALL and YOUNG AMERICA. WINDFALL, sailed by Tom Kenney of the New Bedford Yacht Club and Bob Jackson of Cohasset, took First Place, edging out Second Place finisher Bob Sachetti of Boston, who was single handing YOUNG AMERICA.
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Stone Horse Builder's Cup219 viewsIn an exciting finish to the 2008 Stone Horse Builder’s Cup Race sponsored by Edey and Duff of Mattapoisett, the top three Stone Horses were within two boat lengths with only a bow sprit, about 4 feet, separating the top two boats, WINDFALL and YOUNG AMERICA. WINDFALL, sailed by Tom Kenney of the New Bedford Yacht Club and Bob Jackson of Cohasset, took First Place, edging out Second Place finisher Bob Sachetti of Boston, who was single handing YOUNG AMERICA.
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Stone Horse Builder's Cup199 viewsIn an exciting finish to the 2008 Stone Horse Builder’s Cup Race sponsored by Edey and Duff of Mattapoisett, the top three Stone Horses were within two boat lengths with only a bow sprit, about 4 feet, separating the top two boats, WINDFALL and YOUNG AMERICA. WINDFALL, sailed by Tom Kenney of the New Bedford Yacht Club and Bob Jackson of Cohasset, took First Place, edging out Second Place finisher Bob Sachetti of Boston, who was single handing YOUNG AMERICA.
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Mattapoisett Players Shine221 viewsMitchell Midwood, left, and Cameron Coelho, both of Mattapoisett, are members this summer of the Swansea Tigers travel team of the Swansea Independent Baseball League. The Tigers recently captured the Massachusetts State Tournament championship of the Willie Mays Division (9- and 10-year-old players) of the American Amateur Baseball Congress and later placed third in the North Atlantic Regional Tournament held in Waldwick, N.J. (Photo courtesy of Swansea Independent Baseball League).
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Brian Rose Baseball Clinic201 viewsFormer Boston Red Sox pitcher Brian Rose, along with special guest speaker and instructor ORR baseball coach Steve Carvalho, were showing students how to hit the high heat at Rose’s baseball clinic held this past week at Old Hammondtown School.
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