Two other Raider teams learned their postseason fate today as the boys and girls lacrosse brackets were announced. The boys earned the 13 seed in D1 South and will face a familiar foe the 4th seed Newton North Tigers in the first round. The defending state champion girls earned the 4 seed and will host 13th seeded Pembroke in the opening round. Again for all brackets go miaa.ezstream.com.
The first of several bracket unveilings took place today as the team tennis brackets were announced. The Raider boys tennis team earned the 12th seed in D1 South and will travel to Sharon in the first round. The girls tennis team earned the 2 seed and will host the winner of Whitman-Hanson and Bishop Feehan in the first round. For full brackets go to miaa.ezstream.com.
It’s the last Friday and last day of May so that means it’s time for another Raider Friday Trivia! Today’s question is… Who was head coach of the boys lacrosse team when they won their last state title back in 2006? Comment with your answers!
Baseball and boys tennis both looked to pick up big wins today as we close out the last week of the regular season. While both have wrapped up tournament berths wins would definitely add to a strong seed in the sectionals. Could they both take care of business, lets find out!
Results for 5-30-19
Baseball: Wellesley 8 Natick 0
Boys Tennis: Wellesley 5 St John’s Prep 0
Despite the conditions this afternoon there were 2 contests that did get in earlier today as girls golf participated in the sectionals while boys lacrosse hosted Natick. How would both fare, lets find out!
Results for 5-28-19
Girls Golf: Finished 2nd at sectional match
Boys Lacrosse: Wellesley 10 Natick 7
There were two contests to report on from Memorial Day as boys tennis and girls lacrosse both hit the road to take on Braintree and Natick respectively. Could they both start the week off right, lets find out!
Results for 5-27-19
Boys Tennis: Wellesley 5 Braintree 0
Girls Lacrosse: Wellesley 18 Natick 9
Another Raider baseball player announced his intentions to play baseball at the D1 level today, as junior Jay Driver announced on Twitter his commitment to Harvard University. Driver joins senior Henry Weycker who has signed to play at Virginia Tech.