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Westwood avenges previous loss to Medfield

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter In their first matchup earlier in the year, the Medfield Warriors knocked off the Westwood Wolverines basketball team, 62-55. In the rematch on Friday night, the Wolverines would get their revenge in a one-sided drubbing of Medfield, 68-50. From the onset, it was clear this game would be very different....
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Marie lifts Warriors past Anderson, Wolverines

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor On December 12, Westwood came into Medfield and spoiled the Warriors’ home opener with a 74-64 win. On Friday night, the two rivals met again for the second and final time this season in a much-anticipated rematch, this time in Wolverine country. Behind a career-high 26-point performance by...
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Giovino’s heroics propel Wolverines past Warriors

By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Whether it’s the mutual dislike the two teams share towards one another, or the abundance of talent present on both sides, the Westwood and Medfield High School varsity basketball teams always put on an incredible show whenever the two teams meet on the hardwood. Back on January 10, the...
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Warrior hoop falls in thriller

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor It came right down to the wire on Thursday night for the Medfield High School varsity boys basketball team against TVL rival Medway. In a game that featured nine lead changes (seven in second half), the Warriors came up just short after a pair of made free throws...
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Lowell’s heroics propel hoop to victory

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor On December 30, the Medfield High School varsity basketball team traveled to Millis and took down the Mohawks 62-56 in a back-and-forth bout. The Warriors (8-4, 8-2) hosted the Mohawks on Friday evening for the second and final time in 2016-2017, and despite a late rally by Millis,...
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Boys hoop bounces back with big win

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By Michael Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Following two tough losses to Hanover and Dedham in the Hanover Holiday Tournament, the Medfield High varsity boys basketball team bounced back with a big 62-56 win over TVL foe Millis on Friday night to get back on a winning note and improve to 4-2 on the year. Sophomore...
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Field Day takes Memorial School

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By Evan Mayer Hometown Weekly Intern On June 1, Memorial School hosted its annual Field Day event for students in kindergarten and first grade. Once the clock struck 12:30 p.m., shrieks of excitement were heard and smiles grew on the first graders’ faces. Sprinting to their designated stations, students participated in 16 different activities from...
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Medfield boys basketball inches from final

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By Josh Perry Hometown Weekly Staff

With just 15 seconds remaining in Sunday’s Div. 2 Central semifinal at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Medfield senior point guard Evan Howells pulled up for a jumper that brought Big Blue within one of Marlboro.

After a pair of missed free throws, Medfield...

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Medfield basketball wraps up TVL title

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By Josh Perry Hometown Weekly Staff

The Medfield High boys’ basketball beat Holliston on the road 78-71 and wrapped up its regular season by winning the program’s first Tri-Valley League title since 2009.

Coming into the season, Medfield coach Herb Grace knew that his team was among a...

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Medfield Boys Basketball Sits Atop TVL

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By Josh Perry Hometown Weekly Staff With a 76-55 win against Norton on Monday night, sweeping the season series against the Lancers, the Medfield High boys’ basketball team held onto its lead in the Tri-Valley League heading into Wednesday’s meeting with rival Westwood. Monday’s victory improved Big Blue to 12-2 on the season and 10-1 in...
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