Monday, January 28, 2013
With their win against Norton on Tuesday (60-59), Medfield's Big Blue qualified for the state tournament.
The following was submitted by Medfield Boys Basketball Head Coach Herb Grace. Want to see your sports stories and/or scores on Patch? Click here to find out how. The Medfield High School's Boys' Varsity Big Blue Basketball team had two huge wins last week. Tuesday -- Medfield vs. Norton On Tuesday, the team defeated Norton by a score of 60-59. Highlights included: Friday -- Medfield vs. Hopkinton On Friday, the team took on first-place Hopkinton and earned a hard fought win with a final score of 61-48. Highlights included: With the win against Norton, the Big Blue qualified for the State Tournament. Both Norton and Hopkinton beat the Big Blue the first time around the schedule but not this time. The team gets ready for two more big …
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
MHS Basketball Coach Herb Grace reports on last week's games.
The following was submitted by Medfield Boys Varsity Basketball Coach Herb Grace. Want to see your sports stories and/or scores on Patch? Upload the info with this link and share it with our readers. Last week, the Medfield High School's Boys "Big Blue" Basketball team's seven game winning streak came to an end in Ashland. The team lost a hard fought game 55-47. Drew Shea lead the team with 16 points and John Zimmerman chipped in with 13. Friday night, the team got back on the winning track with a come-from-behind 60-48 win over a pesky Millis team. Down by one at the half, the team came out with much better focus and energy and held Millis to just 19 second half points. Drew Shea had 24 points and 10 rebounds, John Zimmerman had 19 …
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Although it was a highly contested meet, Hopkinton came out on top with a score of 104-80.
The following was submitted by Coach Sara Callahan. Want to see your sports stories and/or scores on Patch? Upload the info with this link and share it with our readers. On Friday afternoon, the Medfield Swimming and Diving Team swam against Hopkinton. Although it was a highly contested meet, Hopkinton came out on top with a score of 104-80. Junior Alec Haley won the 200 and the 500 freestyle. In the 200, Haley finished in 1:55.21. In the 500, he finished in 5:19.19. Senior Connor Haley won the 200 IM in 2:06.12 and the 100 backstroke in 59.24. Medfield's divers also did very well at the meet, all scoring personal best scores. They are: Nice work, Divers! Medfield's 400 freestyle relay team also placed first with a time of 3:40.24. The …
Friday, January 4, 2013
Final score 53:24, Hopkinton.
The following was submitted by Coach Melinda Lohan. Want to see your sports stories and/or scores on Patch? Upload the info with this link and share it with our readers. The Medfield High School Girls' Track and Field team played a quality meet against Hopkinton on Thursday with a final score of 53:24 with Hopkinton winning. "The score does not reflect the quality of the meet," said Coach Melinda Lohan. "Hopkinton has many great competitors and an outstanding program, but Medfield also had some phenomenal performances." Lohan sent special shout-outs to:
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Medfield High School Boys' Varsity Basketball team played Norton on Friday and Hopkinton on Tuesday. This Friday, Dec. 21, is the home opener against Dover-Sherborn at 6:30 p.m.
The following was submitted by Medfield Boys Varsity Basketball Coach Herb Grace. Want to see your sports stories and/or scores on Patch? Upload the info with this link and share it with our readers. The boy's varsity basketball team had a tough start to their season. Friday, Dec. 14 at Norton On Friday, they dropped a heartbreaking one point loss to Norton High School 49-48. Remy Fragola led the team with 18 points, Drew Shea shipped in with 10. Tuesday, Dec. 18 at Hopkinton On Tuesday, the Big Blue traveled to undefeated Hopkinton and lossed 69-49. Remy Fragola lead the team once again with 18 points and Co-Captain John Zimmerman chipped in with 14 points. Friday, Dec. 21 at Home This Friday is the home opener for the Big Blue …
Saturday, March 3, 2012
Medfield's season ends in 59-56 overtime defeat to Hopkinton Saturday in MIAA Division 2 South Sectional State Tournament.
After 32 minutes of girls' basketball, the (7) Hopkinton Hillers and (2) Medfield Warriors were forced to play an extra four minutes of overtime to decide who would advance to the semi-final round of the MIAA Division 2 South Sectional girls’ basketball tournament. Yet if not for a missed free throw or any sort of offensive production to avoid a one-point quarter by Medfield, it would have been a Medfield victory in regulation. “It (first quarter) was the key to the game because we got in early foul trouble so we couldn’t pressure like we wanted to,” Hopkinton head coach Rita Atkinson said. The Hillers held off multiple comebacks by the Warriors to win 59-56 in an overtime thriller. Only a free throw from Jen Narlee prevented a scoreless …
Thursday, March 1, 2012
Medfield dispatches Hingham from state tournament with 77-25 victory Thursday and advance to Saturday's quarterfinals, where the Warriors will take on TVL foe Hopkinton.
The Medfield High girls' basketball team made quick work of Hingham in Thursday's first round of the MIAA Division 2 South Sectional State Tournament with a 77-25 victory over the Harbormen. The number two seeded Warriors outscored Hingham 20-6 in the first quarter, including a 15-0 run, to take control of the game right out of the blocks and did not allow the underdogs to build confidence. Medfield's press forced 20 turnovers by halftime and kept Hingham from getting into an offensive flow. Medfield head coach Mark Nickerson was impressed by the way his team jumped opened the tournament. "We got off to a nice start," Nickerson said. "We shot the ball well in the beginning, which was good. We threw pretty much everything at them and got a …
Monday, February 6, 2012
Medfield fell to Hopkinton, 1,295.50-826.50 at the TVL Swim Championships.
Correction: It was earlier reported that Hopkinton won its fourth Tri-Valley League Championship in a row. The Hillers have won three straight TVL titles. With the depth and talent to take on anyone in the league, it is easy to see why Hopkinton was seen as the favorite going to the Tri-Valley League Championship Meet. Beating second place finisher Medfield by 469 points, the Hopkinton Hillers were once again crowned the swimming champions of the TVL. The win is the Hillers third championship in a row. Led by senior captain and twins John and Paul Lagasse, the Hillers took eight of the boys events. John walked away as the league champion in the boys 100 breaststroke (1:04.91) while Paul was a double individual champion with wins in the 50 …
Friday, November 4, 2011
Medfield concludes its Tri-Valley League Large Division schedule Friday with a 7 p.m. game vs. Hopkinton.
Homecoming is an exciting time for past and present Medfield High School students and Friday marks the annual football game at Calvin George Fisher Memorial Field. Medfield (2-6, 0-3) hosts Hopkinton (7-1, 2-1) at 7 p.m. in a Tri-Valley League Large Division matchup. “The players are excited for the homecoming game,” Medfield head coach said Erik Ormberg said. “We told the seniors that this is their last home game under the lights. The game is the conclusion of spirit week at MHS and we hope to have a great crowd and festive atmosphere.” Part of that festive atmosphere will begin at 5 p.m. as MHS alumni are invited to attend a special tailgate party in the parking lot. As for the game at hand, on paper, the Hillers are the clear-cut …
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Medfield field hockey improved to 4-0 in the Tri-Valley League with a 2-0 victory over Medway Wednesday.
MEDWAY – The Medfield High School field hockey team extended two streaks Wednesday in a 2-0 victory over Medway. The Warriors extended their winning streak to five games, including four straight in the Tri-Valley League and goalkeeper Carrie Cook extended her shutout streak to four straight games, stopping five Medway shots. The game was scoreless with seven minutes to play when senior forward Julia Redden scored off an Emily Zlevor assist to give Medfield a 1-0 lead. Five minutes later, Sammy Sturchio put the game away with a goal of her own to extend the lead to 2-0. Zlevor recorded her second assist and now has seven in five games. "Julia Redden had a great game," Medfield head coach Mike Mason said. "Constantly applying pressure." …