Watertown High football looks to rebound after two straight losses

Raiders to travel to Wakefield on Friday night, Oct. 20, for pivotal game in MIAA postseason race

Raider Times staff

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The Watertown High football will look to rebound from two straight losses Friday night, Oct. 20, 2017, with a game at Wakefield — a pivotal contest in MIAA postseason race.

Watertown High (3-3) lost the last two weeks, 27-23, at Stoneham on Oct. 13, and 32-17 at home to Wilmington on Oct. 6, 2017.

Look back at the two high-scoring Middlesex League games with nearly three dozen photos in a gallery from Raider Times staff photographer Elizabeth Allen.

Raider Times photo / Elizabeth Allen
Watertown played at Stoneham on Oct. 13, 2017, with the visiting Raiders losing, 27-23.

Raider Times photo / Elizabeth Allen
The cheerleaders were on hand for Senior Night when Watertown played host to Wilmington on Oct. 6, 2017, with the Raiders losing, 32-17, at Victory Field.

 

Raider Times photo / Elizabeth Allen
Watertown played at Stoneham on Oct. 13, 2017, with the visiting Raiders losing, 27-23.

 

Raider Times photo / Elizabeth Allen
Watertown played host to Wilmington on Oct. 6, 2017, with the Raiders losing, 32-17, on Senior Night at Victory Field.

 

Raider Times photo / Elizabeth Allen
Watertown played at Stoneham on Oct. 13, 2017, with the visiting Raiders losing, 27-23.

 

Raider Times photo / Elizabeth Allen
Watertown played host to Wilmington on Oct. 6, 2017, with the Raiders losing, 32-17, on Senior Night at Victory Field.

–Oct. 19, 2017–

 

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