Friday, February 8, 2013
Medfield Boys Hockey won its game over Medway on Wednesday.
On Wednesday, the Medfield High School Boys' Hockey team did what they had to do to stay in the running for the Tri-Valley League title. The Boston Herald reports that Medfield received clutch performances from Matt Treiber, who scored two goals and had an assist for the Warriors (16-1-0), and John MacLean had a goal and an assist. Patch extends a special thanks to hockey parents for the attached photos. Go Warriors! Want to see your sports stories and/or scores on Patch? Upload the info with this link and share it with our readers. Click here for the full Boston Herald story. ID the players: Did we miss anyone? Tell us in the comment section below.
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 …
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Three hundred years ago, in 1713, Medfield residents on the west side of the Charles River broke away to form the town of Medway. On Feb. 4, hear historians from Medfield and Medway talk about the split.
The following press release was submitted by the Medfield Historical Society. The Medfield Historical Society will present the first of its spring programs, “Medfield—A Town Divided,” at the First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church, 26 North Street, on Feb. 4 at 7:30 p.m. Three hundred years ago, in 1713, Medfield residents on the west side of the Charles River broke away to form their own community—the town of Medway. Curator Richard DeSorgher will reveal the underlying causes that led to the split and portray the impact it had on Medfield. Learn about the vote at a Medfield Town Meeting that resulted in the request to form a new town. Hear about the decision of the Massachusetts Great and General Court, which granted the request. Find…
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
Last weekend, MHS scored a 7-0 win over Old Rochester, and a 6-1 win over Plymouth South.
The following was submitted by a parent of a member of the Medfield Boys Hockey Team with comments from Coach Toby Carlow. Would you like to see your sports stories and/or scores on Patch? Upload the info with this link and share it with our readers. The Medfield Boys Hockey team remains undefeated after six games. Over the weekend, they won the Canalmen Classic Tournament with a 7-0 win over Old Rochester, and a 6-1 win over Plymouth South. Pat Lawler was named MVP while Johnny Monahan earned All Tournament honors. Current team leaders include Matt Dresens with 12 goals 6 assists, Tyler Etzkorn with 6 goals 7 assits and Ben Cox with 3 goals 9 assists. Johnny Monahan has 6 wins with a 0.53 goals against average and a 0.981 save percentages…
Monday, December 31, 2012
Medfield High School's basketball team has won their last three 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. After a 0-2 start the Medfield Big Blue Boy's Basketball team has won their last three games! Over the holiday break, the team traveled to non-league Weston where it escaped with a 58-53 win. Drew Shea scored a season high 31 points, and John Zimmerman chipped in with 10. On Dec. 29th, the team beat a pesky Millis squad 76-61. Remy Fragola scored a career high 26 points in the win, John Zimmerman also had a career high 23 points, and Matt Pembroke had a strong effort with 9 points and 5 assists. The team is gearing up for two big …
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Colleen Sullivan of Medfield was one of the top three individual fundraisers at the Millis-Medway-Medfield-Norfolk’s American Cancer Society Relay For Life held earlier this month.
The 10th annual American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Millis-Medway-Medfield-Norfolk raised $94,000 to support the Society’s mission of saving lives from cancer, leaving 350 volunteers exhausted, but happy, after walking for 16 hours at Medway Middle School. The event was held on June 8 and 9. The top three individual fundraisers were Medfield's Colleen Sullivan (Supertroopers) at $3,342, and Medway's Emily Kaufman (Medway Senior Girls) at $4,610 and Emily Wadlinger (Medway Senior Girls) at $3,080.00. The top three fundraising teams were Medway Senior Girls with $16,981, Mum’s Roadrunners of Bellingham with $9,466, and Wenzel Warriors of Medway with $7,088. “Through their hard work in preparing for the event, and by spending hours …
Sunday, January 8, 2012
Town Administrator Michael Sullivan was informed a NSTAR transformer is expected to move through Medfield between 2 and 3 a.m. Monday.
Andrew J. Lawyer, project manager of Edwards Moving & Rigging, Inc., informed Medfield Town Administrator Michael Sullivan, via e-mail, that a NSTAR transformer is expected to pass through Medfield early Monday morning enroute to Medway. The e-mail, which was published on Medfield Board of Selectmen chair Osler "Pete" Peterson's blog "Medfield 02052", says the company is "on schedule to move the NSTAR transformer through the town of Medfield very early Monday morning," between 2 and 3 a.m. Lawyer said in the e-mail he will contact Medfield Police before arriving in town. The transformer wide load transport left Conley Terminal in Boston at 1 a.m. Sunday and was staged south of Dedham at the intersection of Washington Street and Gay Street …
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." …
Saturday, July 30, 2011
Coffee Sensations of Medway runs the lunch counter at the back of Lord's Department Store, where folks can enjoy breakfast, lunch, desserts (including ice cream) and a bottomless cup of Arabica coffee.
On a recent steamy afternoon, we found ourselves in need of a milkshake and air conditioning and soon after, found ourselves saddled up to the lunch counter at Lord’s Department Store. It was noontime, so our plans for a simple shake turned into a full lunch including a grilled chicken Caesar wrap, tuna salad on light rye, and macaroni and cheese. While waiting for our lunch to arrive, we soaked in our surroundings. Lord’s is an icon in the community as is the lunch counter itself. Originally run by founder Raymond Lord and then Bill Kelly, the counter at the back of the store is now run by Coffee Sensations of Medway - however not much else has changed since the store opened in 1940. Everything at the counter is original – including the …
Friday, July 1, 2011
On behalf of the Relay for Life planning committee, Colleen Sullivan wants to thank all the people of Medfield, Millis, Medway and Norfolk for coming together and raising funds for the American Cancer Society.
Friday, July 1, 2011
Dear Editor, A few weeks ago, the RELAY FOR LIFE was held in Medway and it was a great success! On behalf of the planning committee, I want to thank all the people of Medfield, Millis, Medway and Norfolk for coming together and raising funds for the American Cancer Society. This was the ninth annual RELAY FOR LIFE event in this area, but only the second year that all four towns combined in one event. Holding this event at the Medway Middle School takes quite a bit of work and time. Thank you to the Town of Medway School department and businesses. And a special thank you to Laurie Walker for making the Survivor Reception Cake, Jim Smith for lining the field, Guardian Storage in Franklin and Rockin-In Boston.com for being the DJ. Phillip …