OC Softball Ready to Steal Some Wins in 2019

            LosingMikayla Murrayand Emily Littlesto graduation was enough of a hurdle for Old Colony softball to get over; but now they’ll also be without one of their top hitters, Kat Kirby, for the entire season.             The Cougars may have only lost three pieces, but each was a crucial part of their 2018 season. Kirby was a proven top-of […] Read more »

ORR Swimming Crowns Another State Champion

A year after Marc Bourgeois won the 100 breaststroke for Old Rochester Regional (ORR) boys swimming at the 2017-18 Division 2 State Championships, the Bulldogs have themselves another state champion.             Jacob Cuoco, only a sophomore, became the state champion in the 100 butterfly after powering his way to a 50.96-second finish. Cuoco narrowly edged out […] Read more »

Tri-Town Basketball Playoff Night

Tri-Town Basketball season concluded on Thursday, March 14 with playoff night at Old Rochester High School. The league had over 200 players from the tri-town in Grades 3-6.              Girls Grade 3-6 Basketball final had team Mercury coached by Joel Watters and T.J. Harkins against Team Lynx coached by Kirk Bosma and Mark Gendreau. Mercury took […] Read more »

Mattapoisett Road Race

The Mattapoisett Road Race starts at 9:00 am on Thursday, July 4– a great way to celebrate Independence Day! The course winds through the picturesque Mattapoisett village, around the fabled Ned’s Point Lighthouse, and back to Shipyard Park at the Town Wharf. Race proceeds are awarded to college-bound ORRHS runners. If you are applying for the […] Read more »

ORR Girls Basketball Falls Short in South Semis

Old Rochester Regional girls basketball’s postseason run came to an end in the Division 2 South semifinals, as the No. 6 Bulldogs struggled to get the offense going against second-seeded Hingham, losing 52-36 at Taunton High School.             After falling behind 15-12 in the opening quarter, ORR saw the deficit grow by four points at halftime […] Read more »

ORR Bulldog Alumni Basketball

The Old Rochester Regional Athletic Hall of Fame, now in its 9th year of recognizing athletic excellence from ORR graduates and participants in the ORRHS sports programs, has two events to publicize for this coming spring and summer.             Our Annual “Hall of Fame Classic” Boys and Girls Alumni vs. Varsity Basketball games will be held […] Read more »

ORR Girls Basketball Pushes Through Postseason

Old Rochester Regional girls basketball survived and advanced with Saturday’s 40-38 win over No. 3 Falmouth in the Division 2 South girls basketball quarter finals. The Bulldogs entered the road contest as underdogs, and fell behind the Clippers early, trailing 10-5 after the opening quarter and 16-15 at the half.             However, after making some adjustments, […] Read more »

Hockey Unlimited Honors Three

At the end of the season at Tabor Academy, Hockey Unlimited presented 3 special recognition awards. Dylan Parker of Plympton received the Most Improved Player award. Tim Dyer, Managing Director & Head Coach of Hockey Unlimited, stated while presenting the award, “Dylan has shown that hard work and dedication can pay handsome dividends.” Dyer went […] Read more »

Girls’ Hockey Takes Dominant Record to Postseason

            Somehow Tabor Academy heads into the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council Girls Ice Hockey Tournament as the third seed, despite only losing one game.             The Seawolves’ 20-1-3 record slates them behind No. 2 Noble and Greenough, who won their lone matchup with Tabor 4-3, as well as No. 1 Williston Northampton School. Tabor could […] Read more »

ORR Hockey Staying Mentally Tough

            Through the midway point of the season, Old Rochester Regional/Fairhaven hockey was out and down on its luck with a 2-7-1 record. After losing several important parts from the 2017-2018 group and ushering a new coach, Chuck Jancaterino, and a new coaching style with it, it made sense the program would experience an adjustment period. […] Read more »