Monday, March 18, 2013
Medfield High School held its 20th annual Fashion Show on Saturday night.
Editor's Note: Some of the attached photos are blurry (those teens can move fast) but we left them in so you could get a good feel for the show. Enjoy! On Saturday night, Medfield High School held its annual fashion show to benefit the MHS All Night Graduation Party. The event featured 131 MHS student models and Emcees Bethany Merlin and Blake Brown. In true "red carpet" form, the emcees ran down fun facts of each model (many of whom hammed it up for the audience) including some of the student's favorite things and where they plan to attend college in the fall. Dresses were provided by Amari Outlet, BCBG Maxazria, Cache, David's Bridal, Jessica McClintock, Macy's, Manhattan Bridals, Nordstrom Rack, and Simply Fancy. Tuxedos were provided…
Sunday, March 17, 2013
Medfield High School pushed past Nashoba Regional on Saturday to earn the Division 2 championship.
After taking down the unbeaten consesus No. 1 team in the state in the Division 2 semifinal, there was the possibility of a letdown for the Medfield High School girls basketball team. Then the state championship game started. The Warriors avoided the potential letdown after an emotional overtime win over Reading, cruising past Nashoba Regional High School, 54-36, on Saturday at the DCU Center in Worcester during the state championship game. Medfield loses just three seniors from this year's title winning team. Jennifer Narlee, Alisa Gold and Katelyn Noschese will graduate from the state champions' roster. Saturday's game was never in doubt from the start. Medfield pulled ahead early and never looked back, capping a dream season with a …
Medfield's week in review.
It was another busy week in Medfield which started by thanking the town's many outstanding volunteers, then ended with a Girls Basketball Division 2 State Championship trophy (and police/fire escort) -- what a great community! Here's a glance at last week's headlines. Enjoy! Have a great Saint Patrick's Day, Medfield. Tune in Monday for a full report on the girls basketball championship as well as extensive photo coverage of the MHS Fashion Show.
Saturday, March 16, 2013
The Warriors girls basketball team opened up an early lead and never looked back, winning the Division 2 crown with a 54-36 victory in Worcester.
The Medfield High School girls basketball team's dream season came to a close on Saturday, and ended with the ultimate prize. After hopping out to a lead early, the Lady Warriors led throughout and went on to seal a 54-36 win over Nashoba Regional High School. The win at Worcester's DCU Center clinched the Division 2 state championship. Lauren Petit led the way with 18 points for Medfield while Payton Ouimette had 11 points and Jennifer Narlee chipped in 10 markers of her own. “We've been trying for a long time to get one of these,” said Warriors head coach Mark Nickerson. “There's a lot of work that's gone into this." Check back with Medfield Patch for complete coverage.
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
The Medfield Warriors will take on the Nashoba Chieftains in the state finals on Saturday.
Medfield to play Nashoba Chieftains in finals on Saturday.
The Medfield Girls Basketball team has won the Div 2 State Semifinals in overtime with a score of 59-51 over defending state champions the Reading Rockets. It was a great game covered by Patch's live blog, CoverItLive. Reports from the stands claimed that hundreds of Medfield fans out-cheered the Reading section. The Warriors maintained the lead for most of the intense game. The Rockets pulled forward right at the very end and were ahead by just one point with six seconds left in regulation. With the Warriors at the free-throw line and the Rockets with a one point lead, Medfield missed the first throw, made the second to tie, then missed the third. Overtime! Tied at 49-49, the teams headed into overtime where Medfield gained and kept …
Saturday, March 9, 2013
The game starts today at 2 p.m. at UMass Boston.
The Medfield High School Girls Basketball team will head to the sectional championship today to play Duxbury at 2 p.m. at the University of Massachusetts in Boston. Of today's big game, Medfield Coach Mark Nickerson said, Duxbury is a very talented team. They have very talented post players and outstanding perimeter shooters. Any time you play a team that can score both inside and outside, it can be extremely challenging to defend; however, our girls are working hard. They are focused on competing and playing at our highest level. We are excited for the opportunity to play Duxbury and hope to rise to the occasion.
Monday, February 25, 2013
Medfield Girls' Basketball wins its regular season, 61-55.
Medfield Girls' Basketball finished its regular season with a win over Oliver Ames at last week's Walpole Tourney, according to the Boston Herald. The Warriors won the game -- which was a rematch of last year's Walpole Tournament finals in which Oliver Ames spoiled Medfield's perfect season hopes with final-minute heroics -- with a score of 61-55. "We talked about that during our timeout with five seconds left," Medfield coach t Mark Nickerson told Patch after the game. "I said ‘You’ve been here before. If the old adage is true that you learn more from your mistake than you do from your successes, we should be all set.’ We just talked about what happened last year and things we can do to avoid that from happening now, and the girls did…
Monday, December 10, 2012
The MHS team traveled to Providence for its opening game on Friday night.
The following was submitted by Coach Mark Nickerson. Want to see your sports team on Patch? Click here to find out how. The Medfield Girls Varsity Basketball team opened up their 2012 - 2013 season in style on Friday night. During the off-season, Medfield made an effort to create a much more challenging schedule. As a result of that, Medfield kicked off their season by traveling to Providence to play LaSalle Academy. LaSalle is the defending Rhode Island Division I champions and perennial powerhouse. Medfield got off to a great start in the game, extending to a 13 point lead early in the first half. But LaSalle battled back and cut that lead to 2 points by half-time (34 - 32). After allowing LaSalle to tie the game on the first …
Monday, January 2, 2012
Many of the Medfield High School winter athletic programs are off to strong starts this season. Here’s how each team looks coming out of winter break.
The Medfield High School winter sports teams are showing early signs of strength that could lead to long-term success for many of Big Blue’s programs. Three weeks into the 2011-2012 winter seasons at Medfield High School, two programs are unbeaten (boys’ hockey and girls’ basketball), while two others boast winning records (girls’ hockey and boys’ and girls’ track). Here’s a team-by-team look at how the Warriors have fared in the early going this season. Boys’ Basketball (3-3, 2-2) The early season highlights include beating defending Tri-Valley League champion Hopkinton, 72-58 on Dec. 16 and rival Dover-Sherborn, 47-46 on Dec. 20. Warriors’ head coach Herb Grace also notched his 300th career victory over the holiday break when Medfield …