On Wednesday, the Medfield High School Boys Hockey team captured the Tri-Valley League Championship with a 5-0 win over Dover-Sherborn. Check out the photos submitted to Patch by spectators.
Friday, February 15, 2013
Thursday, February 14, 2013
Medfield won over Dover-Sherborn 5-0
The Medfield High School Boys Varsity Hockey Team has clinched the Tri-Valley League Championship title. The final score of Wednesday's game against Dover-Sherborn was 5-0, according to MassHSHockey.com. Tyler Etzkorn (#22-captain) scored two of the goals to clinch the TVL championship, according to one spectator. Were you at the game? What were some of the highlights? Have photos? Upload them here.
Saturday, July 16, 2011
The Medfield 12A Williamsport team continued its historic run through the Little League Williamsport baseball tournament Saturday by capturing its first-ever District 11 title and advancing to this week's sectional tournament.
NORWOOD –The Medfield 12A Williamsport baseball team continued its historic run through the Little League tournament Saturday in dramatic fashion, walking off with an 8-7 victory over Norfolk to capture the team's first ever District 11 title and advance to the sectional round. Medfield found itself in unchartered territory Saturday, playing in its first-ever District 11 Finals against a Norfolk team that was also making its first ever appearance in the finals. Medfield made history on Friday, July 15 when it beat Hopkinton, 4-2 to advance to the District 11 championship game. In Saturday's final at the Norwood Little League Fields, the Warriors trailed Norfolk, 7-4 heading into the fifth inning but a two-run home run from Matt Dold …
Monday, January 31, 2011
Warriors capped perfect regular season with 44-42 victory over Hopkinton to win the Tri-Valley League title. MHS turns its attention to Sunday's TVL Meet.
Despite a complete team effort, this year's Tri-Valley League boys' indoor track title came down to something Medfield Warriors coach Tom Woods had discussed previous to the meet against Hopkinton on Jan. 26. “We wanted to beat them before the 4X400 relay,” Woods said. “We knew they had a strong relay team.” Medfield's Mike Creedon – who also won the two mile - won the mile for the Warriors, the last event before the relay, Joey Smith placed third, and Medfield won the meet, 44-42, securing the title and making the final event, the relay, irrelevant. “It was fitting,” Woods said. “It was appropriate for that meet. [This meet] was the truest team effort. We have people step up in every single event.” For example, each of the shot putters …