Raiders Report | Baseball Fights Way into Playoffs, Coach Reflects on Season

WATERTOWN – In the Raiders baseball team’s final game of the season, Watertown defeated St. Joseph’s 10-0 to earn their 10th win of the season and a spot in the playoffs. Head Coach Aram Manoukian spoke with play-by-play announcer Jim Vershbow about how the team has performed in recent weeks and what it meant to the team to see hundreds of fans in the stands for their 1-0 senior night win against Wilmington.

Brackets and seedings will be released next week.



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