Monday, January 7, 2013
Medfield topped Medway and Holliston in games last week.
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 Medfield Big Blue boy's basketball team had two big road wins last week. On Wednesday, the team started the new year with an exciting 57-41 win over Medway. Highlights included: On Friday, the team escaped with a 60-54 win over a much-improved Holliston team. Down by 2 points at the end of the third quarter the Big Blue buckled down on defense and held the hot shooting panthers to just 5 points in the fourth quarter. Highlights included: The team will try to keep its winning streak going this week with home games against Westwood …
Thursday, December 20, 2012
Medfield Hockey's winning streak continued on Tuesday with another win.
The following was submitted by a spectator at the game. Do you enjoy high school sports and commenting on the plays? Want to see more sports on Medfield Patch? Click here to find out how. The Medfield High School Boys Varsity Hockey team beat Westwood 4-1 on Tuesday night to win their third game of the season. They have no losses to date. Johnny Monahan stopped 30 shots to bring his season total thus far to 80 shots and 79 saves! The next game is Saturday, Dec. 22 against Holliston at 6:30 pm at the Franklin rink.
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
The Medfield High School boys' hockey team improves to 7-0-1 in the Tri-Valley League with Wednesday's victory over the Wolverines.
FRANKLIN – The Medfield High School boys' hockey team knocked off Tri-Valley League rival Westwood Wednesday, 3-1, to sweep the season series with the Wolverines. Wednesday's win against the defending TVL champs keeps the Warriors atop the league standings with a 7-0-1 record. Medfield defeated Westwood, 3-1 in Canton on Dec. 17. Medfield got on the board 28 seconds into the game Wednesday after Tyler Etzkorn followed his shot on Westwood goaltender William Kenney and tipped in the rebound for the 1-0 advantage. That lead held up through a scoreless second period that saw Westwood gain momentum from a strong penalty kill and a lackluster Medfield power play. The Warriors went 0-for-3 on the power play in the period and Westwood created two…
Friday, January 6, 2012
Medfield beat Westwood, 66-29 Friday to improve 7-0, 6-0 this season.
A 20-0 Medfield run through the first 7:27 of Friday's girls' basketball game keyed a 66-29 victory over Westwood to improve to 7-0 (6-0 in Tri-Valley League) this season. "The key to our win was our pressure defense [early]," said Medfield head coach Mark Nickerson. "As a team we had 23 steals and most of them came in the first half." Medfield led Westwood, 20-4 after the first quarter and 37-17 at halftime. After the break, the Warriors became sloppy at times but maintained a large lead for the easy victory. "We came out playing hard," Nickerson said. "We talked about this all season. We have struggled getting off to good starts, we obviously did a good job [Friday]. It actually would have been a better start if we made some of those …
Medfield lost 58-49 on home court Friday to Westwood.
Westwood's determination and hustle led to a nine-point victory over host Medfield in Friday's boys' high school basketball game. "They just outworked us and played a lot tougher than we did," said Medfield head coach Herb Grace after Friday's 58-49 loss. "Like I said, we played hard but they played a heck of a lot harder." Westwood was able to knock down shots consistently for most of the night while Medfield struggled offensively. Westwood led the Warriors 19-9 after the first quarter before Medfield came roaring back to close the gap to four at halftime (29-25). Westwood increased its lead to seven (44-37) after three before closing out with a nine-point advantage. "We got after it a little bit better in the second half," Grace said. "…
Thursday, October 6, 2011
Medfield falls to 0-2 in Tri-Valley League Large Division with 21-point loss to Westwood Thursday.
Three bad snaps on special teams and three offensive turnovers plagued the Medfield High School football team Thursday in a 28-7 loss to Westwood. In two league games this season, Medfield (1-4, 0-2) has been outscored 70-21 and has struggled offensively converting possessions into points. On Thursday, it was lack of execution on special teams that contributed to the team's second straight TVL Large Division loss. “The biggest challenge was we had a bad snap,” Medfield head coach Erik Ormberg said. “I’m more concerned about our bad snaps and special teams than I am the offense. We didn’t really give the offense a chance because of a couple big mistakes on special teams.” On three punt attempts, Medfield had two snaps sail over the punter’s…
Friday, February 4, 2011
Warriors girls' and boys' basketball team in Westwood tonight after games in Hopkinton Thursday.
The Medfield High School boys' and girls' basketball teams stay on the road Friday, traveling to Westwood High for another basketball doubleheader. The Warriors played at Hopkinton Thursday with the boys' falling to the Hillers, 73-63 and the girls' escaping an overtime thriller, 60-58. Both MHS squads are going for season sweeps of the Wolverines tonight. Girls' Basketball: Medfield (13-0, 12-0) at Westwood (6-7, 6-7) Westwood High School, Westwood, 5 p.m. The Warriors have been unbeatable and dominant throughout the first two months of the season but as the calendar turns to February, the games become more important and more difficult to win. Thursday's game against Hopkinton was a prime example of the level of competition Medfield …