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ORR Football93 viewsOn Friday, October 7, the ORR Bulldogs crushed the Fairhaven Blue Devils with a score of 48-6. Photos by Colin Veitch
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ORR Football93 viewsOn Friday, October 7, the ORR Bulldogs crushed the Fairhaven Blue Devils with a score of 48-6. Photos by Colin Veitch
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ORR Football103 viewsOn Friday, October 7, the ORR Bulldogs crushed the Fairhaven Blue Devils with a score of 48-6. Photos by Colin Veitch
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ORR Volleyball Team 85 viewsORR Volleyball Team Senior Captain Jill Tyndall and Wareham Vikings Senior Captain Emma Collings pose with the new Route 6 Rivalry trophy. Photo submission Kathryn Collings
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Buzzards Bay c42081 viewsThe first ever Buzzards Bay c420 championship was one of the biggest c420 regattas the class has seen in its history. The massive fleet of 173 boats was stored away in the beautiful Ft. Taber Park with The Community Boating Center of New Bedford running the show.
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Triathlon101 viewsThe Triathlon kicked off the first of the many Harbor Days events scheduled over the week and into the weekend. Hosted by the Mattapoisett Lions Club every year, the triathlon takes racers .25 miles from the shore of Town Beach and back, 10 miles bicycling through Mattapoisett, and 5K through the village around Ned’s Point Lighthouse. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Triathlon92 viewsThe Triathlon kicked off the first of the many Harbor Days events scheduled over the week and into the weekend. Hosted by the Mattapoisett Lions Club every year, the triathlon takes racers .25 miles from the shore of Town Beach and back, 10 miles bicycling through Mattapoisett, and 5K through the village around Ned’s Point Lighthouse. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Triathlon101 viewsThe Triathlon kicked off the first of the many Harbor Days events scheduled over the week and into the weekend. Hosted by the Mattapoisett Lions Club every year, the triathlon takes racers .25 miles from the shore of Town Beach and back, 10 miles bicycling through Mattapoisett, and 5K through the village around Ned’s Point Lighthouse. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Triathlon94 viewsThe Triathlon kicked off the first of the many Harbor Days events scheduled over the week and into the weekend. Hosted by the Mattapoisett Lions Club every year, the triathlon takes racers .25 miles from the shore of Town Beach and back, 10 miles bicycling through Mattapoisett, and 5K through the village around Ned’s Point Lighthouse. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Triathlon93 viewsThe Triathlon kicked off the first of the many Harbor Days events scheduled over the week and into the weekend. Hosted by the Mattapoisett Lions Club every year, the triathlon takes racers .25 miles from the shore of Town Beach and back, 10 miles bicycling through Mattapoisett, and 5K through the village around Ned’s Point Lighthouse. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Triathlon97 viewsThe Triathlon kicked off the first of the many Harbor Days events scheduled over the week and into the weekend. Hosted by the Mattapoisett Lions Club every year, the triathlon takes racers .25 miles from the shore of Town Beach and back, 10 miles bicycling through Mattapoisett, and 5K through the village around Ned’s Point Lighthouse. Photos by Colin Veitch
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Triathlon91 viewsThe Triathlon kicked off the first of the many Harbor Days events scheduled over the week and into the weekend. Hosted by the Mattapoisett Lions Club every year, the triathlon takes racers .25 miles from the shore of Town Beach and back, 10 miles bicycling through Mattapoisett, and 5K through the village around Ned’s Point Lighthouse. Photos by Colin Veitch
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