Field Hockey: D-R Earns Crucial Win Over Old Rochester

The Falcons (7-6-2) up-and-down season is back on the upswing after pivotal victory today over Old Rochester, 1-0.

Kaylee Goss scored the game’s lone goal on the afternoon on an assist from Lexi Lovell and Emily Reid. Abby Behm earned the shutout with five saves.

“We played as a team today,” said head coach Meghan Marcotte. “Especially in the second half. We made it our focus to do the little things right. Our passing and communication was on.”

The Falcons have two games remaining and must earn one more point to qualify for the state tournament.

D-R plays next Thursday in the South Coast Conference crossover game and follows that up with their season finale vs. Martha’s Vineyard the next day.

 

Boys Soccer: Warriors Shine Under Lights; Case and D-R tie

Seekonk 3, Rockland 0

The Warriors got their chance to showcase their talent under Friday night lights and didn’t disappoint the large crowd on a beautiful fall night. Seekonk won its non-league game against Rockland on senior night, 3-0.

“We played a great game with guys contributing all over the field,” said Seekonk head coach Matt McCartin. “When we play our game and dictate pace and play we are tough to beat.”

Seekonk dominated time of possession and had numerous scoring opportunities. Freshman Jake Silvestre cashed in on two of those chances. Silvestre’s first goal was on a pass from John Medeiros in the first half. Silvestre’s second goal was on a beautiful feed from Devon Bento.

“Jake has played real well for us,” said McCartin of his freshman goal scorer. “Last night was a great example of him just playing and having fun and not trying to do too much. He has earned the trust of the guys.”

Shawn Pichardo tacked on the third goal for the Warriors.

“We were solid defensively again and played unselfishly with our attack,” said McCartin. “We moved the ball beautifully and got real quality looks on their net.”

Luke Robitaille earned the shutout. Robitaille made a fantastic diving save at the end of the first half that could have flipped the momentum in Rockland’s favor.

“You can’t measure the importance of a save like that,” said McCartin. “How you dominate a team but let them right back in a game during the last minute of a game you spent the first 38 minutes taking them out of. We hope Luke having to make saves like that is few and far between, but we have all the confidence in the world he will make the saves if needed.”

The Warriors improved to 12-0-2 with the win.

“If we can maintain that level of play moving forward we are a very dangerous team,” said McCartin.

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Case 1, Dighton-Rehoboth 1

Despite being outshot 15-4, Case clung to a 1-0 lead late into the second half behind a Skylah Dias’s ninth goal of the season.

D-R tied the game up when Noah Munroe scored off an indirect kick from Will Taylor.

Case’s record is now 6-3-2. D-R is now 8-2-3.

Football: D-R, Seekonk Earn Decisive SCC Victories

Dighton-Rehoboth 49, New Bedford Voke 0.

Dighton-Rehoboth won its second straight of the season with a 49-0 victory over New Bedford Voke, 49-0.

The ground attack of the Falcons was immense, led by Dennis Monteiro’s 88 yards and three touchdowns. Steve Silvia, Reis Foley and Marcus Moss all added touchdowns on the ground in the win.

Quarterback Harrison Pray had a passing touchdown to Silvia for D-R.

Silvia had his imprints all over this game as he also had an interception for a defense that only allowed the Bears to cross midfield once.

Seekonk 47, Bourne 19

It took Seekonk a little while to get the offense going as this one was knotted at 13-13 for a little while in the second quarter, but the Warriors exploded for 26 second half points in the win.

Terry Smith threw for 350 yards and six touchdowns. Shane Smith hauled in ten passes including five touchdowns.

Brett Mancini accounted for 160 yards of offense – 85 on the ground, and 75 through the air – and two touchdowns.

Defensively, Mancini and Ryan Riordan each collected fumble recoveries.

The Warriors improved to 4-2 with the win.

 

Field Hockey: D-R Snaps Streak, Beats Fairhaven

It had been a few weeks since Dighton-Rehoboth (5-5-2) recorded a victory, but that streak was loudly broken today with a decisive 5-0 win over Fairhaven.

Lexi Lovell led the point parade with two goals and an assist. Emma Wheeler added a a goal and an assist.

Ashley Calore and Jenna Kelley each scored a goal in the win for the Falcons. Kaylee Goss, Mya Amaral and Emily Reid all tallied an assist.

Abby Behm earned the shutout in goal for D-R.

D-R travels to Apponequet to play the Lakers on Friday, October 13th.

Golf: Seekonk Edges Fairhaven for Win Number Five

Seekonk earned its fifth win of the season by beating Fairhaven on Wednesday afternoon thanks largely for Connor Dowty’s big day. Dowty shot a 37, five strokes better than any other player in the field.

Ryan Sheahan (48), Ben Brady (50) and Jacob Costa (50) also contributed double digit points in the victory.

Other scorers for the Warriors were Ethan Santos (53) and Ryan Fecteau (54).

The Warriors play Case on Thursday afternoon.

Boys Soccer: Seekonk Continues Historic Streak, Beats Apponequet 4-1

Seekonk turned in its ugliest effort on the season, but still ended up on the winning end over Apponequet, 4-1, on Wednesday afternoon.

The Warriors are now 10-0 on the season and are currently riding the longest win streak in its boys soccer program’s history.

Ethan Paiva got the scoring going quickly for the Warriors on an unassisted goal two minutes into the game.

However, that would be the only goal that the Warriors scored in the first half and the score was knotted at one at halftime.

Jake Silvestre broke the tie in the 67th minute on a feed from Evan Pacheco.

Jared Cabral scored on a beautiful ball from Rony Morales in the 73rd minute to give the Warriors some breathing room.

Isaac Santos put the icing on the cake late on a feed from Paiva to give the Warriors the 4-1 win.

Seekonk next plays on Thursday at Old Rochester. Seekonk won its first meeting with the Bulldogs, 5-1.

Field Hockey: Case Shuts Wareham Out, 4-0.

Case earned its second win of the season with a 4-0 victory over Wareham on Wednesday afternoon.

Elizabeth LePage led the way with three goals for the Cardinals. Gabby Bello also added a goal in the win.

LePage, Bello, Sydney Hajder and Courtney Jacobson all had assists for Case.

Aubrey Carpenter turned away three shots to get the shut out.

Case travel to powerhouse Somerset on Friday.