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Language classes getting a kick out of this tradition

EMILY K., Watertown Splash staff reporter

June 14, 2013

Filed under Classes and Clubs, Sports

Cones are lined up along Moxley Field, kids are screaming and running with excitement, soccer balls being saved here and there, some slipping through the goalie's hands, the sounds of a referee’s whistle fill the air, and sweat...

WMS softball swings for the fences

CATHERINE P., Watertown Splash staff reporter

June 13, 2013

Filed under Sports

After a late start, Watertown Middle School’s softball team had an amazing season! Coach Grippo and Coach Kaitlin did a great job with the girls, who were eighth-graders Alexis, Hanna, Jenna, Arora, Kaitlin, Jillian, Lauren,...

Track hits the ground running at WMS

CHRISTINA B., Watertown Splash staff reporter

June 13, 2013

Filed under Sports

It’s spring, and track has started! Track is available at Watertown Middle School for sixth-, seventh-, and eighth-graders. The coaches for the track team are Coach Dube and Coach Dylan. Coach Dube is a health teacher, while...

New fandom takes shape for CrossFit City Line in Watertown

FRANKIE H., Watertown Splash staff reporter

June 3, 2013

Filed under Around Watertown, Sports

Yes, that’s right, there is a CrossFit Gym in Watertown!  Located on Howard Street, the business just moved from Newton to Watertown and it’s called CrossFit City Line. “Crossfit is a workout program that involves a...

Tommy Heinsohn: star player, star painter


November 24, 2010

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Books and Authors, Profiles, Sports

Many people know Tommy Heinsohn as the scoring machine who helped the Celtics to eight NBA titles in the 1950s and ‘60s. They know him as the former coach who won two titles in the ‘70s, and the current Celtics analyst on Co...

Hard work paying off for WMS football team


October 29, 2010

Filed under Sports

Even thought the Watertown Middle School football team is 4-2, it has worked very hard to try to get the wins. The teams that they have played so far are formed of many more people, so it's more challenging, especially when y...

WMS football wins big


October 29, 2010

Filed under Sports

Watertown Middle School came up with a big win on Oct. 20 against Oak Hill. This win was the third win in  a row against the Newton school. Watertown has scored an average of more than 30 points per game, while Newton has...

Getting a big kick out of the Breakers


June 25, 2010

Filed under Sports

The crowd screams and cheers, vendors yell for people to come buy their goods, and different companies – such as Cabot Cheese, Stonyfield Yogurt, and Webkinz – give away their free products. Harvard Stadium has thousands of people com...

Of bleary eyes, and bleeding green

CHRISTINA M., Watertown Splash staff

June 12, 2010

Filed under Opinion/Editorials, Sports

Watertown Splash Op/Ed As you may know, the Boston Celtics are in the middle of a fabulous series in the NBA Finals against the Los Angeles Lakers. The seven-game series is tied two games apiece with Game 5 to be played Sunday...

Passion play

Watertown Splash staff

June 5, 2010

Filed under Front Page News, Sports

Allison Lipsher grew up in Hawaii and went to college at Duke University in North Carolina. “Soccer has always been my passion,” she said. “It’s always been my dream to go professional.” Allison was very lucky. Af...