• Another successful Think Pink at WHS

    Another successful Think Pink at WHS

    Anthony Lampasona, Raider Times staff

    October 19, 2018

    On Thursday, Oct. 18, the halls of Watertown High School were filled with pink; pink balloons, streamers, banners, and arches could be seen around the building. Students and staff were also equipped in pink, from T-shirts to necklaces, for the fifth annual Think Pink event. Think Pink is a day when WH...

    Watertown High School students gathered in the gym as part of the Think Pink events Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018.

    Raider Times photo / Adam Joyce

  • Watertown field hockey family comes out to cheer on two of its own

    Watertown field hockey family comes out to cheer on two of its own

    Emily Campbell and Brianna Williams

    October 19, 2018

    This past Sunday afternoon, Oct. 14, 2018, the University of Connecticut field hockey team took on No. 1-ranked North Carolina at Boston College. Following that was another game between the BC Eagles and the University of Massachusetts. One of UConn’s starting players was sophomore Kourtney Kennedy...

    The Kennedy sisters -- Jonna (Boston College), Kourtney (UConn), and Ally (Watertown High) -- pose for a picture during a field hockey doubleheader at Boston College on Oct. 14, 2018.

    Raider Times photo / Eileen Donahue

  • Stoneham runs away from Watertown

    Stoneham runs away from Watertown

    Nathan Follett, Raider Times staff

    October 15, 2018

    The Watertown Raiders football team fell to the Stoneham Spartans, 51-13, on a chilly Friday night at Victory Field. Stoneham’s run-heavy offense powered the Spartans to victory as they racked up six rushing touchdowns in the first half. The first place Spartans (6-0, 4-0 Middlesex League) w...

    JJ Santos (9), Michael Manoukian (56), and Mason Andrade (34) had their game faces on during Watertown's 51-13 loss to Stoneham at Victory Field on Friday, Oct. 12, 2018.

    Raider Times photo / Elizabeth Allen

  • This definitely isn’t Disney’s “Alice in Wonderland”

    This definitely isn’t Disney’s “Alice in Wonderland”

    Anthony Lampasona, Raider Times staff

    October 13, 2018

    You may think you know the story of “Alice in Wonderland,” but you can throw all your ideas down the rabbit hole. “This definitely isn’t your Disney ‘Alice in Wonderland’,” shared play director Kacie Kirkpatrick on her second play at Watertown High School. The first play she dir...

    One of the posters promoting the fall play, "Alice in Wonderland," hangs near the cafeteria stairs at Watertown High School. The play will performed three times Nov. 16-17, 2018.

    Raider Times photo / Anthony Lampasona

  • WHS is already thinking Pink!

    WHS is already thinking Pink!

    Winter Mahon, Raider Times staff

    October 12, 2018

    Homecoming week, when high school communities typically think “sports.” But Watertown High School thinks “pink.” WHS has showed its support for breast cancer awareness for the past five years with Think Pink events during Homecoming week. The last event of Homecoming week is the Homecomi...

    One of the posters promoting the Think Pink activities at Watertown High School during Homecoming Week, being Oct. 15, 2018.

    Raider Times photo / Winter Mahon

  • “The Hate U Give” will show you exactly why #blacklivesmatter

    “The Hate U Give” will show you exactly why #blacklivesmatter

    Olivia Beauvoir Haggerty, Raider Times staff

    October 12, 2018

    “The Hate U Give” is perhaps one of the most heart-wrenching, yet realistic and important pieces of social commentary in recent memory. It paints and demonstrates a vivid picture of the black experience in the United States, particularly the ugly side of it. It shines a light on the all too familiar...

    Megan Lawless (left), Amandla Stenberg (center), and Sabrina Carpenter in "The Hate U Give."

    Raider Times photo / Courtesy Twentieth Century Fox

  • “The Hate U Give” is a must-see

    “The Hate U Give” is a must-see

    Sarah Vail, Raider Times staff

    October 12, 2018

    T.H.U.G.L.I.F.E -- The Hate U Give Little Infants (bleeps) Everyone. This is the saying (originated from a Tupac song) echoed throughout the 2018 film, “The Hate U Give.” Whether or not this story is one that you can relate to, it is an important one to see. This movie sheds an inside perspect...

    Russell Hornsby (left) in "The Hate U Give".

    Raider Times photo / Courtesy Twentieth Century Fox

  • Watertown boys’ soccer ends five-year losing streak to Belmont

    Watertown boys’ soccer ends five-year losing streak to Belmont

    Alex Egan, Raider Times staff

    October 8, 2018

    The Watertown Raiders boys’ soccer ended a five-year losing streak to Belmont by walloping the Marauders on their home turf Saturday. The Raiders won, 4-1, and now have bragging rights in this derby.  With tension gathering in the air, the game started fast and very physical. Although a lot of ...

    Watertown celebrates with the corner flag after the boys' soccer team defeated host Belmont, 4-1, on Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018.

    Raider Times photo / Jeffrey Begg

  • Watertown has rough time in Wilmington

    Watertown has rough time in Wilmington

    Elizabeth Allen, Raider Times staff

    October 7, 2018

    The Watertown High football team had a rough night in Wilmington, losing, 33-7, on Friday, Oct. 5, 2018. The Raiders, who fell to 1-4, will play host to Stoneham on Friday night, Oct. 12, at Victory Field. --Oct. 6, 2018--  ...

    (Picture 3 of 6 in a series) David Manoukian finds daylight during his 72-yard kickoff return for a touchdown during the second quarter of Watertown High's game at Wilmington Oct. 5, 2018.

    Raider Times photo / Elizabeth Allen

  • “The Power of Women” on display at Boston Fashion Week’s opening night event

    “The Power of Women” on display at Boston Fashion Week’s opening night event

    Lauren Cole, Raider Times staff

    October 3, 2018

    Models, designers and admirers alike celebrated Boston Fashion Week’s 24th year on Sunday, Sept. 30, at the official opening night event, “The Power of Women, The Future of Boston Fashion.” The event was held at 100 Federal St., which was formerly known as the First National Bank Building. The...

    Models pose on the runway at Boston Fashion Week’s official opening night event, “The Power of Women, The Future of Boston Fashion,” on Sunday, Sept. 30.

    Raider Times photo / Lauren Cole

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