Jack Cahill (10), pictured during his junior season at Medfield High School.
By Mike Flanagan
Hometown Weekly Sports Editor
Former Medfield High School lacrosse star and captain Jack Cahill was recently named a captain for Trinity College men's lacrosse.
As a senior at MHS in 2017, Cahill scored the game-winning goal in overtime of the Division II Central/East final against Walpole, one of the greatest Massachusetts high school lacrosse games ever played.
After beginning his collegiate career at Holy Cross, Cahill transferred to Providence, where he helped the Friars to a club lacrosse national championship in 2019. After transferring to Trinity, Cahill recorded six goals and an assist in four games played before the remainder of the 2020 season was cancelled due to COVID-19.
This past week, Cahill was named a team captain for the upcoming 2021 season. Head coach John Isaf tweeted out a congratulatory graphic from the Medfield High School boys lacrosse Twitter account.
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