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Local seniors graduate amid pandemic

By Amelia Tarallo
Hometown Weekly Staff

Graduating seniors around the country have watched as traditional celebrations, graduations, and even their final days of school have been cancelled as a result of COVID-19. But like everyone, they have grieved, persevered, and created new ways to celebrate amid the ongoing situation. It is...

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MHS Class of 2020 celebrated by educators

On May 11, over 40 staff members from Medfield High School cheered up seniors by hand-delivering them congratulatory signs. Organized by Medfield High School's student council, each senior received a sign delivered by pairs of staff. Students and teachers had the opportunity to catch up with one another, all while getting to celebrate...

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Medfield High School launches virtual art show

Medfield High School Art teacher Meg Drew has designed and curated an interactive art show to showcase the work of students in AP Art and Design. Each section is arranged into a room where the viewer can click on the individual pieces and find out more about the artist. Those who wish to...

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Tyer leads Warriors by Mustangs

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The Medfield High School varsity boys ice hockey team is getting hot at the perfect time after earning back-to-back wins against Westwood (2-1) and DS/Weston (8-0). Back on January 16, the Warriors (9-4-4, 6-4-4) played a high-scoring thriller at Pirelli Arena in Franklin against Norwood, with the...
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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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Wilder lifts Warriors over Shamrocks

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The Medfield High School boys varsity hockey team hosted Bishop Feehan at Pirelli Arena in Franklin on Monday for a little holiday non-conference matinee. The Warriors (6-3-2, 3-3-2) entered off the heels of a 5-2 victory against Bellingham on January 18 and were looking to put together...
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Medfield discusses Pfaff Center replacement

By Amelia Tarallo Hometown Weekly Staff For the better part of a century, the Pfaff Center in Medfield has been a key locale for the town. Originally serving as Medfield’s high school after its 1927 construction, it also served as an elementary and middle school before becoming the Pfaff Community Center, where it currently houses Medfield...
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Warriors hang tough with Mustangs

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Simply put, the 2018-2019 season was a tough one for Medfield High School boys varsity basketball, as the Warriors failed to qualify for the state tournament. This season, things already appear different for Big Blue after a strong opening night performance against perennial TVL power Medway on Friday...
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Apazidis receives Courage in Leadership Award

Medfield High School senior Marianna Apazidis is the recipient of this year's Sam Berns Courage in Leadership Award from the Norfolk District Attorney's Office. Apazidis was recognized by Assistant District Attorney Jennifer Rowe and was presented with the award by Sam Berns' parents at the Peer Leadership Conference on Tuesday, Nov. 26, at the Cross Insurance...
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Medfield hockey out to prove

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor In 2018-2019, it took until February for the Medfield High School boys varsity hockey team to lose a game; they started the year 8-0-4. The Warriors finished the regular season at 11-4-5 to earn the No. 7 seed in Division II South. A pair of shutout wins...
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Santa Claus comes to town

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By Amelia Tarallo Hometown Weekly Staff The appearance of Medfield around the holidays has been compared to a town in a Hallmark Christmas movie - it’s decked out in lights and festive holiday decor from end to end. The annual Holiday Stroll brings residents into this winter wonderland to find some great Christmas gifts...
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Angel Run announces bib pick-up locales

The 2019 Medfield Foundation Angel Run is taking place this Sunday, December 8, at 12:30 p.m. at Medfield High School. For those participants that pre-registered, the Angel Run is sharing some information on picking-up bib(s) and shirt(s). Due to the large number of Angel Runners and the goal to reduce waste, Angel Run commemorative shirts will...
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Wilder, Murray lift Warriors in Turkey Bowl

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The Medfield and Dover-Sherborn Regional High School football teams met for the 53rd time on Thursday morning at Fisher Field for their annual Thanksgiving rivalry match. The Warriors (7-4, 2-3) entered on the heels of consecutive victories against Medway (22-20) and Dartmouth (14-7), while the Raiders (6-5, 2-3)...
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Mangiafico, Giordano help BB&N to soccer title

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor After transferring to Buckingham Browne & Nichols from Medfield High School and repeating a year following the 2015-2016 academic year, Medfield native Maya Mangiafico has put together an exceptional athletic career. Committed to Brown to play hockey, Mangiafico was named senior captain of the BB&N varsity girls soccer team...
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Medfield’s McCarthy spearheading coat drive

Medfield High School junior Kaitlyn McCarthy has partnered up again with Coats for Kids and Anton’s Cleaners to collect winter coat donations as the cold weather rolls in. Winter coats for both children and adults are gladly accepted. Coats for Kids’ goal is to collect, clean, and distribute coats to those in need. The foundation started...
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Medfield hosts youth sports discussion

Superintendent Jeffrey Marsden has announced that the Medfield Public Schools recently held a panel discussion with prominent local athletes and industry experts on the topic of youth sports participation. The discussion, “Help Your Young Athlete Win the Race: Finding Balance in Youth Sports,” was held Monday, October 28, at the Blake Middle School library. The event...
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McCarthy helps Harvard to strong start

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor It should be to the surprise of absolutely nobody in Medfield that former MHS basketball star Maggie McCarthy is doing big things this fall for the Harvard women’s basketball team. A sophomore guard, the Medfield native has logged an average of 36 minutes a game during Harvard’s 3-2...
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Medfielders go on moving mission trip

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This past June, nine high schoolers from Medfield and two chaperones travelled to both Tucson, AZ and Douglas, AZ on a mission trip organized by St. Edward Church and Frontera de Cristo (a border ministry located in the sister cities of Agua Prieta, Sonora, and Douglas, AZ). The unique purpose of the trip...
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Sullivan documentary premiere a hit

By Amelia Tarallo Hometown Weekly Staff There aren’t many people who can claim to have touched a community in the way that former Medfield Town Administrator Mike Sullivan did. Sullivan, a beloved figure in town throughout his over 40 years of service, passed away on February 27, just weeks after his retirement. On Friday, November 1,...
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Special town meeting addressing State Hospital

On November 18, a Special Town Meeting at Medfield High School gymnasium, starting at 7:00 p.m., will address the approval of zoning changes related to development at the former state hospital grounds on Hospital Road. During the meeting, there will be opportunity for public comments. Most importantly, the formal vote will be taken, which must...
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