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Winter Sports Wrap Up

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Winter sports are coming to a close, and there’s a whole lot of action to catch up on. The Boys Basketball team is currently 2-16 with 2 games left against Derby and Woodland. When asked about the challenges the team overcame, point guard Dylan Fekete said “It was hard to stay motivated, but we will continue to push to win these last 2 games.” The boys basketball team lost their head coach midway through the season. When Dylan was asked about it he said, “It took some getting used to but all of the guys stepped up and did their jobs.”

The Watertown/Pomperaug Ice Hockey team is currently 11-4-1 with 3 games left against Amity Regional, West Haven, and Stamford/Westhill. The team had some nail biting games with their 3-2 win over Branford in overtime. No matter where the team went the student section went with them shouting chants and cheering for the team. 

The Watertown Indoor track team had an outstanding year sending over 10 athletes to states in the boys 4x200m, 55m, and the girls 55m 55m Hurdles, 300m, 4x200m. When asked about how the year went, boys athlete, Eli Crofford, said, “I think we had a solid season overall, many of us hit new PRs and continued to drive our times down.” The Girls Basketball ended the regular season 10-8, they are now going into the first round of the NVL playoff bracket against a Wolcott team they have beaten twice before. 

The Watertown Swim and Dive team is having an excellent year, they are now onto NVL championship, and the CIAC Open State Championship. Watertowns top swimmers this year are Julia Campbell, Anthony Mascolo, and Cole DeMond.

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Jeremy is a junior at Watertown High School, he plays football and enjoys writing, podcasting, and photography. He likes to go to the gym to lift weights, he also likes to do boxing and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in his free time. In the future, Jeremy would like to go into computer science at a college of his choice.

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