Thursday, March 21, 2013
The Lady Warriors are near the top of ESPNBoston's list of MIAA girls basketball teams in the state.
Medfield Girls Basketball (26-2) is ranked #2 on ESPNBoston.com's Top 25 MIAA girls basketball teams, according to the chart released on Wednesday. The list is voted by ESPNBoston.com's staff writers and correspondents. The Lady Warriors clinched the Division 2 Girls Basketball State Championship on Saturday in Worcester. Click HERE to see what other teams made the Top 25.
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.
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 …
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Bringing you live coverage of MIAA State Tournament boys’ basketball action—Division 2 South Sectionals, Round 1
Patch will be bringing you live coverage Tuesday evening of the following opening round games in the MIAA Boys’ Basketball Division 2 South Sectional Bracket: #4 Stoughton - #13 Duxbury (boys) #5 Medfield - #12 Norwood (boys) # 9 Oliver Ames - #8 Somerset (boys) For a complete Division 2 South Sectional boys’ bracket, click on the link: South Division 2 All games start around 7 p.m. With this live blog you can interact with us and send us game photos. No need for scoreboard watching...Patch has you covered. We start blogging around tip-off. Just click on the play button in the gray box and follow along!
Friday, February 24, 2012
Medfield earns preliminary round bye in MIAA Division 2 South Sectional State Tournament and will host the winner of Sandwich/Hingham on Feb. 29 at 7 p.m. in first round action.
After a near-perfect regular season, the Medfield High School girls’ basketball team (21-1, 18-0) has earned the second overall seed in the MIAA Division 2 South Sectional State Tournament and a preliminary round bye. The Warriors will host the winner of Sandwich/Hingham on Feb. 29 at 7 p.m. in the first round. “[The] girls’ basketball [program] speaks for itself,” said Medfield Athletic Director Jon Kirby. “They haven’t lost a Tri-Valley League game in two years. Mark Nickerson has done just a fabulous job and that program is just flying.” Medfield was just 6.9 seconds away from a perfect regular season, before Oliver Ames mounted an improbable comeback to edge the Warriors in overtime, 68-62 Wednesday in the title game of the Walpole …
Wednesday, November 9, 2011
The Medfield High School girls’ soccer team defeated Old Rochester, 2-0 in Wednesday's quarterfinals to advance to Friday’s MIAA Division 2 South Sectional semifinals against Canton.
The journey continues for the defending MIAA Division 2 Girls’ Soccer State Champions. Medfield shut out Old Rochester, 2-0 Wednesday in the MIAA Division 2 South Sectional quarterfinals at Calvin George Memorial Field to advance to Friday’s semifinal round against Canton. A time and location of that match has yet to be announced by the MIAA. Medfield (16-0-4) once again showcased its aggressive, ball-hawking style of play that has been a staple to the team’s success through the first 20 matches this season. The Warriors were able to dominate Tri-Valley League foe Hopkinton with that style of play in Monday’s 4-0 first round win. On Wednesday, Medfield was back at it on offense, creating chance after chance and outshooting Old Rochester, …
Monday, November 7, 2011
The Medfield High School girls' soccer team advances to the quarterfinal round of the MIAA Division 2 South Sectional State Tournament after Monday's 4-0 victory over Hopkinton.
An energized Medfield High School girls' soccer team erupted for four first-half goals Monday to open its MIAA Division 2 South Sectional State Tournament play with a 4-0 victory over Hopkinton Monday at Calvin George Fisher Memorial Field. It was Medfield's third straight victory over Hopkinton this season as the Warriors defeated its Tri-Valley League foe 4-2 on Sept. 9 and 2-1 on Oct. 11. Monday's victory was arguably Medfield's most impressive effort this season as the Warriors dominated in every phase of the game. Medfield (15-0-4), the tournament's second seed, came out of the gate flying against the Hillers, swarming to the ball with an up-tempo style of soccer. The Warriors' aggressive play paid off early as Caroline Russell netted…
Wednesday, June 8, 2011
Foxborough sweeps Medfield in singles play to earn 3-2 victory and advance to MIAA Division 2 South Sectional finals.
On a hot an blistering day in Medfield, it was Foxborough High that handed the MHS girls' tennis team its first loss of the season, 3-2, to advance to the MIAA Division 2 South Sectional Final. Medfield's three singles players faced a greater challenge than the heat Wednesday – Foxborough's singles players, who entered the semi-final round unbeaten in team play. That trio of players kept their record intact, defeating each of Medfield's singles players to earn three team points. “The singles matches were all pretty decisive but even though we were ahead in each set you know you can't take it for granted on a day like [Wednesday] when it's really hot,” said Foxborough Coach Peter Prinos. “You just got to win every point and get off the …
Warriors beat Wellesley, 7-5 in the MIAA Division 2 East Sectional State Tournament Tuesday. Will play Foxboro in Friday's semi-final.
Another year of the same for the Medfield and Wellesley boys' lacrosse teams in the state tournament as the Warriors eliminated the Raiders Tuesday, 7-5 in the MIAA Division 2 East Sectional State Tournament quarterfinals. In 2006, the Wellesley High School boys' lacrosse team defeated Medfield in the East Division 2 tournament and went on to capture the state title. Since then, Medfield has ended Wellesley's tourney run every year and that tradition continued Tuesday. It took a fourth-quarter rally, but Medfield found a way to prevail over the bracket's top seed and keep its streak against the Raiders intact. “I would like to say it was my unbelievable coaching, but I think it was just their motivation,” Medfield head coach Bob Aronson…
Thursday, June 2, 2011
Medfield will host winner of Milton/Middleboro on Saturday in first round of MIAA Division 2 South Sectional State Tournament. See boys' tennis and baseball seedings below.
The Medfield High School girls' tennis team earned the second seed in the MIAA Division 2 South Sectional State Tournament after posting a 20-0 record this season and winning its second straight Tri-Valley League Championship. The Warriors will have a bye in the preliminary round and will host the winner of Milton and Middleboro in the first round on June 4. Time is still to be determined. MIAA Division 2 South Sectional State Tournament Bracket: 1. Scituate (18-0) 2. Medfield (20-0) 3. Foxboro (18-0) 4. Hopkinton (16-2) 5. Somerset (15-3) 6. Apponequet (15-3) 7. Hingham (14-4) 8. Westwood (12-4) 9. Bishop Feehan (11-5) 10. Plymouth North (12-6) 11. Duxbury (12-6) 12. Nauset (12-6) 13. Canton (10-6) 14. Sharon (8-6) 15. Milton (9-7) 16. …