Tabor Hosts Special Olympics Fitness Day


On Saturday, April 23, current and future Special Olympics athletes of all ages will descend on Tabor Academy to participate in the first-ever Tabor Academy Special Olympics Fitness Day. Focusing on a variety of sports and motor skill development, athletes will visit a number of stations, each with a different sport theme. Events will include […] Read more »

Opening Week of Sports Hammered By Cancellations


This was scheduled to be the first full week of Old Rochester spring sports, but Mother Nature moved a good deal of the planned action to a later date. Snow on Monday and Tuesday, as well as heavy rain on Thursday, led to a number of games and meets being pushed back, most to the […] Read more »

Elks Student of the Month

Alexandra Hulsebosch

The Elks of Wareham Lodge No. 1548 sponsors the Elks Student of the Month and Student of the Year Awards for students enrolled in local area high schools. The criteria used in nominating a student includes a student who excels in scholarship, citizenship, performing arts, fine arts, hobbies, athletics, church, school and community service, industry […] Read more »

Teams Await First Full Week of Games


Most teams continued practices or just started scrimmages this week; however, the boys’ lacrosse team had an official game against Natick on Saturday, which they lost 15-6. Things will really start to speed up next week when all other teams have had their debuts. Baseball: To get their season started and work out the kinks, […] Read more »

Gateway Youth Hockey

Gateway Squirts-Championship Runner-up 2016

Gateway Gladiators Squirts skated their way to a 19-2-1 regular season, 2-1-0 playoffs, but just missed the Championship win in overtime versus Walpole Express on Sunday afternoon. Gateway was fired up the whole game and so were their fans who were cheering to the end. In the first period, Ty David Ribeiro fired one in […] Read more »

Bill Sylvia 5K Road Race


The first annual Bill Sylvia 5K Road Race to Benefit Catholic Media will be held on Saturday, May 14 beginning at 10:00 am from St. Anthony’s Chapel, 35 Gault Road in West Wareham, MA. The 3.4-mile course will loop around the surrounding area of West Wareham and return back to St. Anthony’s Chapel. A lunch […] Read more »

Mattapoisett Road Race


The Fourth of July will be here before we know it, which means it’s time to start training for the Mattapoisett Road Race! Now in its 46th year, this 5-mile race through scenic Mattapoisett is an Independence Day tradition. Proceeds from the race are used to fund awards for college-bound senior athletes from Old Rochester […] Read more »

Spring Sports Preview


Here’s a look at how this spring’s Bulldog sports teams are shaping up before the season gets underway. Some teams will be scrimmaging or participating in jamborees this week, but most official games will begin on Monday, April 4.             Baseball: Coming off a strong season, the boys will scrimmage Dartmouth High, one of the […] Read more »

Gateway Youth Hockey

Gateway Bantams 1-24 game vs Hanover 2

The Gateway Gladiator Pee Wees didn’t win the Championship, but they put up a fight to the finish. The Gladiators faced the Southeast Cyclones on Saturday night for the Yankee Conference Championship. Gateway got on the board first off of a goal by Ben Demoranville who was assisted by Bailey Tieu. The Cyclones tied the […] Read more »

Santos Twins Leave Major Mark on ORR


With winter sports having concluded after last weekend’s nationals track meet and spring sports teams just beginning practices this week, it’s a slow news week for Old Rochester Regional athletics. That’s why it’s the perfect time to shine a light on two students who made a huge impact this past season and who are set […] Read more »