Sunday, January 1, 2012
A look at the past week’s most notable stories.
This Week in Review is a special one for us at Dedham Patch, because we had the chance this past week to look back at the entire year, one filled with many newsworthy Dedham residents. As you peruse the site right now, you’ll find the year’s best photos, our top videos and the year in sports. We also compiled some of your favorite Tireless Tales and we grabbed the Town Hall stories that had everyone talking. In other news this week, Nobles took to Fenway Park to compete in hockey action, while Emily Mosca demonstrated why she is a leader on the ice and off. Dedham Police announced plans to conduct investigations at local alcohol establishments and Sears announced that it will not close its Dedham Mall store, despite plans to close hundreds…
Thursday, April 7, 2011
Put on your weekend boots and get ready to stomp away the week's monotony. Here are a few things to do to release some of that hard-earned tension.
It’s Thursday, and you’ve got no idea what you’ll do for the weekend. Dedham Patch is coming to the rescue. We’ve got the best bets for your done-work-outta-here time. Check our picks for the activities to hit and new bars/restaurants/shops to explore.
Friday, January 28, 2011
Nobles had a 3-0 lead slip out of their grasp to lose 5-4 Wednesday afternoon.
The Nobles boys hockey team dropped a chance to control their own destiny heading down the homestretch of the Independent School League regular season. The Bulldogs (12-5, 5-2) pummeled St. Sebastian's in the first period with a 3-0 lead thanks to goals by Matthew Harlow, Chris Calnan and Adam Gilmour. St. Sebastian's roared back with five unanswered goals and eventually won 5-4 on Wednesday. Nobles goalie Connor Maher made 24 saves. The Bulldogs will play Rivers at home Friday evening.
Sunday, December 19, 2010
Nobles beat Berwick Saturday in a balanced scoring attack to improve to 2-5 on the season.
Noble's basketball team entered the Middlesex Tournament this weekend looking to get better. "We haven't put it all together, we need 32 minutes of execution," said senior captain Tom Kelly, of Dedham, referring to his team's 2-5 record after dropping the first two games of the tournament. The Bulldogs responded, winning the consolation game of the tournament over Berwick Saturday afternoon. On Friday night, missed lay-ups cost the Bulldogs a chance to win the tournament after their 55-30 loss to Brooks. The Bulldogs tried to regroup in time for Saturday's 8:30 a.m. start against St. George's School of Middletown, R.I. The offensive struggles continued as St. George's jumped out to a 28-12 halftime lead. Nobles coach Michael Herring kept …
The girls basketball team earned a berth in the weekend tournament's final at home, but lost to Tabor in the championship.
After wins against Loomis Chaffee and Milton Academy on Friday, Nobles came up short on its home floor Saturday against Tabor Academy in the Nickerson Classic finals. Following a 36-point loss to Tabor just 10 days ago, Nobles (3-3) was looking for a reversal of fortunes. While the Bulldogs couldn't pick up the win, their defense played better in a 50-34 defeat. "We're a not a program that's satisfied with 'moral victories,' but there was definitely some progress today," said Nobles coach Alex Gallagher. "We played a much tougher, gutsier game and we really gave them a fist fight. I think there's no doubt that they are the team to beat, but I'd think they'd be a little more anxious about facing us in the tournament now then they might …
Saturday, December 18, 2010
The Bulldogs boys hockey team put the stranglehold on Deerfield with a 6-1 win Friday morning.
Already down a goal after the first minute, the Nobles boys hockey team faced a gigantic 5-on-3 power play that they had to kill off in order to turn the tide against visiting Deerfield Friday afternoon. Thanks to a sliding save by Connor Maher, the defense allowed just two shots on net during the 2:27 disadvantage. "The defense did a great job keeping them to the outside and not letting them inside," Maher said. Nobles used the momentum from the killed penalty to beat Deerfield 6-1 in the opening game of the annual Flood Marr Tournament. "That was huge, especially with the way we came out," Nobles coach Brian Day said. "If they had gone up 2-0, it might have been a completely different outcome." While Nobles (5-0) scored a pair of quick …