Watertown throws aside Burlington

Raiders (4-1) continue playoff push with game in Wilmington on Friday night, Oct. 14

Elizabeth Allen, Raider Times staff

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Deon Smith connected with John Korte for touchdown passes to end the first half and the fourth quarter as Watertown won in Burlington, 31-28, on Friday night, Oct. 7, 2016.

With the victory, the Raiders improved to 4-1 and will continue their push for a berth in MIAA postseason with a Middlesex League game in Wilmington on Friday night, Oct. 14.

The Raiders had their game faces on before beating host Burlington, 31-28, in a Middlesex League football game on Friday night, Oct. 7, 2016. With the victory, Watertown improved to 4-1.

Raider Times photo / Elizabeth Allen
The Raiders had their game faces on before beating host Burlington, 31-28, in a Middlesex League football game on Friday night, Oct. 7, 2016. With the victory, Watertown improved to 4-1.

The Raiders fan section made the trip to Burlington to watch a 31-28 win on Friday night, Oct. 7, 2016. With the victory, Watertown improved to 4-1.

Raider Times photo / Elizabeth Allen
The Raiders fan section made the trip to Burlington to watch a 31-28 win on Friday night, Oct. 7, 2016. With the victory, Watertown improved to 4-1.

Cyril Brutus (10) and the Raiders won in Burlington, 31-28, on Friday night, Oct. 7, 2016. With the victory, Watertown improved to 4-1.

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Cyril Brutus (10) and the Raiders won in Burlington, 31-28, on Friday night, Oct. 7, 2016. With the victory, Watertown improved to 4-1.

The Raiders cheerleaders made the trip to Burlington to watch a 31-28 win on Friday night, Oct. 7, 2016. With the victory, Watertown improved to 4-1.

Raider Times photo / Elizabeth Allen
The Raiders cheerleaders made the trip to Burlington to watch a 31-28 win on Friday night, Oct. 7, 2016. With the victory, Watertown improved to 4-1.

The Raiders won in Burlington, 31-28, on Friday night, Oct. 7, 2016. With the victory, Watertown improved to 4-1.

Raider Times photo / Elizabeth Allen
The Raiders won in Burlington, 31-28, on Friday night, Oct. 7, 2016. With the victory, Watertown improved to 4-1.

It was a picture-perfect night for football as the Raiders won in Burlington, 31-28, on Friday night, Oct. 7, 2016. With the victory, Watertown improved to 4-1.

Raider Times photo / Elizabeth Allen
It was a picture-perfect night for football as the Raiders won in Burlington, 31-28, on Friday night, Oct. 7, 2016. With the victory, Watertown improved to 4-1.

The Raiders cheerleaders made the trip to Burlington to watch a 31-28 victory on Friday night, Oct. 7, 2016. With the victory, Watertown improved to 4-1.

Raider Times photo / Elizabeth Allen
The Raiders cheerleaders made the trip to Burlington to watch a 31-28 victory on Friday night, Oct. 7, 2016. With the victory, Watertown improved to 4-1.

The Raiders were all smiles with beating Burlington, 31-28, on Friday night, Oct. 7, 2016. With the victory, Watertown improved to 4-1.

Raider Times photo / Elizabeth Allen
The Raiders were all smiles with beating Burlington, 31-28, on Friday night, Oct. 7, 2016. With the victory, Watertown improved to 4-1.

–Oct. 13, 2016–

 

 

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