Monday, January 12, 2015

Daily Announcements 1/12

The Falcons wrestling team competed this last Saturday at Walpole high school. They lost to three close and hard-fought matches to Walpole, King Philip regional, and Tolgate high school of Rhode Island. Undefeated on the day were captains Tom Ranley, Chris Tito, and Brandon Tran. Capt. Brandon Tran also set a new school record-by earning the quickest ever technical fall-which [if you don't know] is opening up a lead of 15 points or more against an opponent. Brandon accomplish this feat in 1:55 seconds. Strong performances were also put in by Raymond Malo and Brody Dacus.
The falcon grapplers will host Taunton high school this Wednesday night at 7 PM in the main gym.

Pro Musica rehearsals are TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY this week, with festival on Friday and Saturday.  Please plan accordingly.

Congrats to the DR Speech and Debate Team who took a small but talented group of competitors to the Newton South Winter Festival.  We had Jarrett Cordiero take 4th in Play Reading and tournament champion in Children's Literature was Maddie McMahon! Great job DR Speech and Debate!!!!

All DECA students are reminded they must take their written tests this week, either in class or after school this Tuesday, in order to be able to participate in the District competition. Also, all students must return parental and school field trip approval forms along with $45.00 before they will be allowed to go.  See Mr. Lentz in room 219 with any questions.

The D-R girls swim team participated at the Bay View Invitational yesterday along with 22 other teams. Points were scored by freshman Megan Alves who placed 15th in the 200 Freestyle and 7th in the 100 Freestyle. Relay points were scored by Kaitlyn O'Connor, Meaghan O'Connell, Megan Alves, and Sara Enos in both the 200 Medley Relay and 400 Freestyle Relay. Special recognition was given to seniors Sam Brown, Meaghan O'Connell, and Rebekah Medeiros. The D-R swim team faces off against East Providence at home today at 3:30pm.

The girls' basketball team dropped a hard fought game to Carver yesterday 56-53. The team was lead by Julia Campezato and Erin Kelley who each had 13 points and Julia Gervais who had 12 points. The team plays tomorrow vs. Seekonk

Attention Yearbook Committee Members: Today's (Monday, 1/12) meeting has been cancelled.  Please check your e-mail for a make up date and continue working on your assigned pages.