Friday, April 27, 2012
Friday’s boys’ lacrosse game between Medfield and Dover-Sherborn is a battle of TVL unbeatens. Face-off is 6:30 p.m. at Dover-Sherborn Regional High School.
Medfield and Dover-Sherborn renew their rivalry on the lacrosse field Friday evening in Dover as the boys’ lacrosse programs play for sole possession of first place in the Tri-Valley League. Both teams enter Friday’s game with perfect TVL records and are the only two teams to win the TVL in the league's 10-year history. D-S is currently 6-0 in the league and 9-2 overall while Medfield is 5-0 in the league and 7-1 overall. Adding to the excitement of Friday's TVL showdown is this will be the first time these teams take the field against one another since Dover-Sherborn’s surprising 7-5 victory over the Warriors on May 19, 2011. That win snapped Medfield’s run of nine straight TVL titles as the Raiders became the only team other than the …
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
From baseball to lacrosse, we want to know your favorite spring sport to watch at Medfield High School. The MHS spring sports seasons begin Thursday with boys' volleyball in action against St. John's Prep.
Medfield High School fields nine varsity athletic programs in the spring season, filling the campus with two months of sports action. We want to know which is your favorite. After successful winter seasons by each MHS program, student athletes and coaches are turning their attention to the next season, which officially opens Thursday, March 29 with the boys' volleyball team traveling to Danvers to face St. John's Prep at 6 p.m. Teams started practicing on March 19 and many will open their seasons next week. In advance of the spring season, we want to know which sport you're looking forward to most this spring at MHS. So Medfield, we want to know ... Today's question: What is your favorite spring sport in Medfield?
Monday, June 20, 2011
Now that the Medfield High School spring sports seasons are officially over, it is time to reflect back and share your favorite moments with the Medfield Patch community.
Questions and conversations are often the driving forces behind change and understanding between neighbors, officials and political leaders. At Medfield Patch, we want to hear from you! We're always striving to generate conversation and foster dialogue in an effort to give all of our users a voice in the community. Each day, we'll be asking Medfield Patch readers a different question every day. Questions could range from local decisions made by officials, to state issues, to national politics and entertainment. Whatever it is, we want to know what Medfield thinks! To answer, click on the words bolded and highlighted in blue and type away. Today, we are asking you to look back at the MHS spring sports seasons and share with us your …
Saturday, June 18, 2011
Watch highlights from Medfield boys' lacrosse's MIAA Division 2 State Championship victory against Algonquin on Friday at Foley Stadium in Worcester.
Scenes from Friday's MIAA Division 2 Boys' Lacrosse State Championship game at Foley Stadium in Worcester. The Warriors defeated Algonquin, 13-9 to win its second straight state title.
A single photograph often tells a story. Here's our look through the Viewfinder at Medfield High School boys' lacrosse's 13-59 victory Friday over Algonquin at Foley Stadium in Worcester to capture the program's fifth MIAA Division 2 state title and second in as many years.
The Medfield High School boys' lacrosse team beat Algonquin, 13-9, Friday night to win its second straight MIAA D2 State Championship and fifth in program history.
WORCESTER – Medfield High School head coach Bob Aronson said if Friday’s MIAA Division 2 Boys’ Lacrosse State Final against Algonquin was close heading into the fourth quarter, he liked his team’s chances of winning a second straight state title. “What we felt all along was we had a tough road to get here but I think [Algonquin] had a tougher road,” Aronson said. “With three overtime games coming here, we knew that we were all healthy and relatively fresh but if it was close it would come down to the fourth quarter and we would outlast them and that’s pretty much what happened.” Right on point, Aronson’s Warriors led 9-8 after three quarters and dominated Algonquin over the final 12 minutes, outscoring the Tomahawks, 4-1 in the fourth to …
Friday, June 17, 2011
The 2011 Medfield High School boys' lacrosse team are MIAA Division 2 State Champions for the second straight season after knocking off Algonquin, 13-9 in Friday's title game.
WORCESTER - Let the celebration begin. The Medfield High School boys’ lacrosse team defeated Algonquin, 13-9 Friday at Foley Stadium in Worcester to capture its second straight MIAA Division 2 State Championship and fifth in program history. Leading 9-8 heading into the fourth quarter, Medfield showed the heart and experience of a champion, delivering the finishing blow to Algonquin’s title hopes with a 4-1 run in the quarter to close out the game and secure its second straight state title. Medfield’s determination and resiliency was needed for the entire 48 minutes, but more importantly, in the first half. The Warriors were caught trading goals with a talented Algonquin squad in a fast-moving 24 minutes of lacrosse. Medfield even trailed …
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
Watch highlights from Tuesday's MIAA Division 2 East Sectional State Tournament Final between Medfield and Concord-Carlisle. Medfield won 11-5.
Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Warriors knock off Concord-Carlisle, 11-5 to win second straight MIAA Division 2 East Sectional State Title; advance to MIAA Division 2 State Finals.
It is back to the MIAA Division 2 State Finals for the defending state champs. Medfield (16-7), the ninth seed in the 2011 MIAA Division 2 East Sectional state tournament, defeated second seeded Concord-Carlisle, 11-5 Tuesday at Harvard Stadium to capture its second straight Division 2 East Sectional title and punch its ticket back to the state championship game, where it looks to successfully complete its title defense by adding another banner to an already impressive wall of achievement. "A league title means nothing, the streak means nothing, we want another ring," said Medfield head coach Bob Aronson. That’s what we are going for." Medfield, playing its best lacrosse in June, is "peaking at the right time," according to Aronson, and …
Here's a look at the day ahead.
Today's Forecast: Tuesday's weather, according to the National Weather Service based in Taunton, calls for scattered showers, mainly between 7 a.m. and noon. Cloudy, with a high near 57. North wind between 9 and 11 mph. Chance of precipitation is 30 percent. Tuesday Night: Scattered showers, mainly after 1 a.m. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 49. North wind between 5 and 8 mph. Chance of precipitation is 30 percent. Warriors' Tournament Tuesday: Medfield boys' varsity lacrosse team will travel to Harvard Stadium to take on Concord-Carlisle in the MIAA Division 2 East Sectional Final Tournament. Medfield Patch will be live from Harvard Stadium providing live updates quarter by quarter on Facebook and Twitter. Follow us on Twitter and …