Thursday, May 8, 2014

Daily Announcements 5/8

The Boys Tennis Team improved its record yesterday with a 4-1 victory over Case. Tim Guimond, Austin McEathron, Tyler Doan won their singles matches while Case Framson and Allan Fine won their doubles matches.The boys will host Fairhaven this afternoon at 3:30.

The baseball team had 11 extra-base hits in a 20-2 win @ Wareham yesterday.  Keigan Cox pitched 6 solid innings to earn the win while Brody Rubenstein had 4 hits, Kyle Rose, Cory Farrelly, & Ryan Murphy 3 each.  The Falcons play a crucial SCC contest @ Fairhaven today @ 3:30.

The softball team defeated Wareham yesterday 17-0. Jordan Lizotte pitched a 2 hitter with 11 strikeouts. Lissa Mclean had 2 hits and 3 RBI's. Lauren Tetreault had 2 hits. Julie Araujo and Lucy Maslen each had 4 hits. Next game is home vs. Fairhaven today. The JV softball won yesterday over Wareham 9-3.  There will be no Freshman softball game today. All freshman should report to the home game today vs. Fairhaven.
There will be a mandatory meeting for all powder puff cheerleaders and football players tonight. Please report to Room 105 (Mr. T's Room) at 6:30pm.

The Lady Falcons tennis team qualified for the states with a 5 - 0 victory over Case yesterday.  The Meaghan O'Connell/Liza Souza doubles team straight set win was duplicated by the Syvanna Caponigro/Jaime Fastino tandem.  Kim Reilly's 6-0, 6-0 win in singles was followed by Emma Masse and Emily Fredette completing their straight set wins.  The ladies now 6-4 in the conference and 8-4 overall, head to Fairhaven this afternoon.

Attention Best Buddies- Please report to the cafeteria immediately following announcements to take a group photo.

Attention Unified basketball participants- This is a reminder that we will be holding a brief practice from 5:30 to 6pm tonight.

There will be a student government meeting on Friday. It will be short, so please make every effort to attend we will be discussing movie night, remembrance walk and the upcoming elections!

In 2012 there were 49 million Americans in food insecure houses, including nearly 16 million children.  The numbers have only risen since then.  The D-R Leo Club, along with the Lions clubs of Dighton and Rehoboth are trying to do our part in reducing those numbers—and you can too.  There will be a coin drive at D-R to aid the hungry.  One bag of food we package can serve six people, and only costs $1.50.  With a single serving costing only 25 cents, every bit of change that you can spare will go a long way.  Look for the donation bins at lunch.  Thank you.

Just a reminder - There will be an after school AP Euro Review Session in room 108.

Comic book club is canceled after school today. Club pictures will be Tuesday after school in the cafeteria.

Any students planning to get dismissed for the prom tomorrow must stay in school until 12:18pm.