Thursday, November 22, 2012
Norwood beat rival Dedham 41-6 Thursday morning in the annual Thanksgiving day match-up.
The first Thanksgiving day game at the new Norwood High School was a big win for the Mustangs, as they defeated the Dedham Marauders 41-6. Norwood finishes the season with a 3-8 overall record, while Dedham, who played an independent schedule ended 1-11.
Norwood was able to build up a big lead early to defeat Dedham Thanksgiving Day.
The Norwood High football team ended its season with a 41-6 win over Dedham, Thanksgiving morning. In the first quarter, Norwood built up a 13-0 lead over Dedham. The Mustangs got touchdowns from Marvin Beasley and Jason Matovu. In the second quarter, Matovu scored his second touchdown of the game for a 20-0 lead. Beasley scored his second touchdown of the game on a punt return at 10:30 mark of the second quarter. Norwood recovered a fumble at the Dedham 30-yard line. The Mustangs' Pat Foley turned into a touchdown run for 34-0. Norwood added another score for a 41-0 lead. In the fourth quarter, Dedham prevented the shut out with a touchdown pass, but the extra point was blocked, 41-6. Norwood finishes the season with a 3-8 overall …
Monday, November 12, 2012
Marauders win 38-8 at Robert R. Adams Field.
The Norton Lancers fell to Dedham 38-8 at the Pop Warner playoffs on Sunday.
Thursday, February 2, 2012
So there's some game on Sunday... (and hopefully a parade next week). But what else is going on in Dedham?
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Sunday, January 22, 2012
Vote in our poll and tell us what you expect out of tomorrow's game in the comment section below.
With Dedham's football teams not starting up again until the summer, fans will have their eyes glued to tomorrow's AFC Championship game between the 14-3 New England Patriots and the 13-4 Baltimore Ravens. Hot off a 45-10 victory over Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos last weekend, the Patriots have only to survive this weekend in order to secure a spot in the 2012 Super Bowl. A victory tomorrow would lead to New England's fifth Super Bowl appearance in 11 seasons, and yet another opportunity for Brady to solidify his position among the upper most echelon of NFL quarterbacks, along side four-time Super Bowl champions Joe Montana and Terry Bradshaw. Do you think Brady and the Patriots will get that opportunity, or are the Ravens harbingers …
Sunday, November 27, 2011
A look back at some of the stories we covered on Dedham Patch this week.
Hummel, Ryan Connect for 2 TDs, But Turnovers Sink Dedham The Dedham football team helped honor veterans before Thursday's annual Thanksgiving Day game against Norwood, but they struggled mightily in the first quarter en route to a 48-18 loss to the Mustangs. Kings Donates 100 Turkeys to the Dedham Food Pantry Thanks to some top notch bowlers, Kings donated turkeys to the Dedham Food Pantry in time for Thanksgiving. Bowlers also received a certificate to be hung up at the bowling alley. GALLERY: What Dedham Students Are Thankful For [VIDEO] An array of Oakdale School students contributed to an art project with Dedham Patch that described what they were thankful for. Check it out, and add your kid's artwork to the project. VIDEO: Oakdale …
Friday, November 25, 2011
The Marauders lost to rival Norwood 48-18 in their 83rd annual Thanksgiving Day game.
Turnovers and a sluggish start hurt the Marauders Thursday as they lost the 83rd annual Thanksgiving showdown with archrival Norwood, 48-18. The loss at Veteran’s Field was especially tough for the team’s 22 seniors, a group that made up half of the team’s roster. “We gave them the ball to score touchdowns, and in our own zone,” Dedham’s Mikyle Hill said after his final game playing in the crimson and gray. “That’s what really hurt us.” The direction of the game was evident early on when only two plays into the game the Mustangs recovered a fumble on a Marauder reverse at the Dedham 39-yard line. Norwood quarterback Tommy Munro’s resulting pass to Peter Kelly in the back corner of the end zonewould be just one iteration of a common scene …
Thursday, November 24, 2011
Early turnovers doom Marauders on Thanksgiving.
Dedham turned over the ball on the second play of the game, setting the tone for a 48-18 routing at the hands of archrival Norwood today in the annual Thanksgiving matchup. The Mustangs would find the endzone three times in the opening quarter alone, and would lead at the half 34-6. The Marauders did not fare much better in the third where they had only a single first down. Dedham scored twice in the fourth, but Norwood ultimately proved to be too much, running up the score before the senior Mustangs hoisted the Wall-Toti Trophy above the heads of their teammates. Check Dedham Patch later for a full game story and more pictures.
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Today's weather, the holiday weekend outlook and a special ceremony Thursday.
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Monday, November 14, 2011
Veteran's Memorial Field re-dedication planned for Thanksgiving.
On a sunny chilly Veterans Day a few Dedham residents going about their day in the Square took to a moment to share their reflections with Patch. "I think of my time in Korea," veteran Tom Donahue said. "It wasn’t the best time of my life." He said as he adjusted his air force baseball cap. "I think of guys I knew, some who died and some who lived." Len Farnham said as someone older than 50, the day makes him think that he has yet to see a useful war. "We basically [lost] gigantic amounts of money," he siad. “No war has been fought for our way of life in the past 50 years,” he concluded. Robert Barburto said he was pleased that more troops are coming home this year as troop withdrawls in Iraq continue. The Town of Dedham is planning a re-…