Friday, March 15, 2013
Tune into Medfield Patch on Saturday during game time when we will bring the game to you on CoverItLive.
After an impressive win in the Division 2 State Semifinals, Medfield Girls Basketball is off to the finals tomorrow (Saturday, March 16) at the DCU Center in Worcester. On Monday, the Warriors ended the Reading Memorial Rockets with a score of 59-51 in overtime. HERE are photos from the semi-finals. The game is scheduled to start at 2:15 p.m. against the Nashoba Chieftains. Patch will, once again, CoverItLive. Just click on the CoverItLive widget on Saturday at 2 p.m., 15 minutes before tip off at 2:15 p.m. (assuming the prior game ends on time). If you want to attend the championship game, tickets can be purchased HERE. Go Warriors!
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Check out these photos from around the web.
The Medfield Girls Basketball team is heading to the State Finals after defeating Reading 59-51 in the Division 2 Semifinals on Monday. Here is a glance at photos of the game that are featured on the web. You can also find videos at BostonHerald.com and Boston.com. Do you have photos or videos from the game? If so, upload them here. TELL US: What do you think about the win? Any words of advice to the Warriors as they head to the State Finals on Saturday?
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 …
Monday, March 11, 2013
The HYP Studio in Medfield hosted a fundraiser this weekend that raised money for the family of Taylor Sack who was left paralyzed after a skiing accident last month.
A fundraiser for Taylor Sack, a Millis High School junior who was left paralyzed after a Feb. 22 skiing accident, raised over $8,500 this weekend. A two-hour "Ryde for Taylor Ryde-a-Thon" was held on Saturday at Medfield’s H.Y.P. Studio, 120 North Meadows Road, where people sponsored a bike and several people then took shifts riding to raise money for Taylor and his family. "It went great! We had over 60 'ryders' and we raised over $8,500," said organizer Katie O'Connell, who is also a family friend. "We want to give a big thank you to HYP, HYP staff, owners Dennis Ozer and Debra Goodman, and all the Ryders that came from all over -- Medfield, Sherborn, Medway, Millis, Sudbury, Natick, Duxbury, Norfolk, Holliston and more. Roche Bros …
Thursday, March 7, 2013
A community run will be held on March 17 to raise money for the Sack family whose son Taylor was paralyzed in a Feb. 22 skiing accident.
A 5k run will be held on Sun., March 17 to benefit Taylor Sack and his family. Taylor Sack, a junior at Millis High School and captain of the 2014 Millis/Hopedale Mohawks (where he wears jersey #11), was skiing at Wachusett Mountain on Feb. 22, hit a tree, and is now paralyzed. The money raised will help the Sack family with expenses not covered by insurance. Race organizer Allison Maher says, "Our purpose is to provide immediate financial assistance to the family, along with bolstering the sense of community and support for Taylor." The run will be held (rain or shine) at the Veteran’s Memorial Building, 900 Main Street, Millis, starting at 9 a.m. Event day registration starts at 8 a.m. but early registration will be held the day …
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
A fundraiser will be held in Medfield on Saturday to support Taylor Sack, the 2014 Millis/Hopedale football captain and 17-year-old, who was left paralyzed after a ski accident over school vacation.
The football teams of the Medfield Warriors and the Millis/Hopedale Mohawks have enjoyed a good relationship for quite some time. Many of the players from both teams played Viking Pop Warner together and the two football programs work out together over the summer, says Warriors head coach Erik Ormberg. In fact, the coaches are childhood friends, having attended Walpole High School together. Now, the two football communities are pulling together to support one of their players who was seriously injured over school vacation. Taylor Sack, a junior at Millis High School and captain of the 2014 Millis/Hopedale Mohawks (where he wears jersey #11), was skiing at Wachusett Mountain on Feb. 22, hit a tree, and is now paralyzed. “He suffered a …
Monday, March 4, 2013
Medfield Girls Basketball Warriors won over Bishop Feehan's Shamrocks on Saturday with a score of 71-48 win.
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…
Sunday, February 24, 2013
Medfield over Easton in Walpole Tourney Championship.
The following ran in the Easton Patch on Feb. 21, 2013. The Oliver Ames girls' basketball team went into Wednesday night's Walpole Tournament championship game facing one final test before the Massachusetts State Tournament. They were certainly tested in more ways than one. A scrappy and relentless Medfield squad stood in the way of Oliver Ames heading into the state tournament unbeaten. The Warriors won the back-and-forth game, 61-55. The Tigers dropped to 18-1 overall. "It’s really too bad that somebody had to lose this game," Oliver Ames coach Elaine Clement-Holbrook said. "That’s just the way it goes. It’s not one of those things where everyone gets a trophy and everyone is smiling." The game was a rematch of last year's Walpole …