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DS and Medfield soccer settle to draw

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor With both teams having already secured spots in their respective state tournament sectionals, Medfield High boys soccer hosted Dover-Sherborn for the second and final meeting between the two rivals on Monday afternoon on a wet Fisher Field. The Warriors (8-3-6) entered Monday’s contest on an 11-game unbeaten streak...
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Warriors extend unbeaten streak to 10

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor On September 17, the Medfield High School boys soccer team lost a 1-0 heartbreaker against rival Westwood. Unfortunately for the rest of the TVL, all the loss to the Wolverines did was flip the switch for the Warriors (7-3-5, 7-3-5). Entering Monday’s matchup with rival Hopkinton, Medfield was...
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MHS National Merit Scholars announced

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In the fall of 2018 about 1.5 million juniors in more than 22,000 high schools entered the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program by taking the 2018 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT). From 50,000 high scorers nationwide, National Merit Commended Students are selected. [caption id="attachment_35136" align="alignright" width="300"]Left to right:... 			
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Wolverines outlast Warriors in rain

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Westwood and Medfield High School field hockey met on the rain-soaked turf of Fisher Memorial Field on Friday afternoon for the second and final time this season. The Wolverines (14-0-1, 8-0-1) rolled into Medfield still unbeaten and looked to complete the season sweep of the Warriors (2-9-2, 1-7-2)...
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Medfield football stuffed by Ashland

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Entering on the heels of a tough 41-6 defeat to division-leading Holliston (4-0, 3-0), the Medfield High football team traveled to Ashland on Saturday needing a win to get back on track and realistically stay alive for a shot at winning TVL Large. Unfortunately for the Warriors (2-2,...
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Shue’s late strike propels Raiders by Warriors

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Two of the top girls soccer teams in the TVL met on the pitch at Medfield High School on Tuesday as Medfield played host to bitter rival Dover-Sherborn for the first and only time this season. The Raiders (9-1-0) entered on the heels of a 2-1 bounce-back victory...
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Xaverian lacrosse hires Medfield’s Morse

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Throughout the last two decades, Medfield High lacrosse has been a powerhouse. There are many factors that have gone into Medfield lacrosse’s success throughout the last two decades. There’s an elite youth program. There are legacy families that seemingly have sibling after sibling stepping up, year-after-year, to contribute...
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Masses move to Medfield Day

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By Amelia Tarallo Hometown Weekly Staff Each year, residents of Medfield come together on the third Saturday in September for a town-wide celebration. This year’s took place on the second Saturday - but that didn’t put a damper on the experience; the myriad attendees who attended on the cool fall day were thoroughly excited to...
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The man behind the Zullo Gallery

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By Ella Kohler Hometown Weekly Intern What do sneakers squeaking on gym floors and paintings hung to perfection have in common? Two words: Bill Pope. Following a seemingly unlikely career path, this gym-teacher gone gallery-director greatly contributed to the birth of Medfield’s beloved Zullo Gallery and continues to play a key role in its management. Years...
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New era for Medfield field hockey

By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor With Mike Mason stepping down as head coach this offseason, a new era is under way for Medfield High School field hockey in 2019 under first-year head coach Allison Driscoll. For Driscoll, the goals right now for her team are simple: build unity, improve upon skills and conditioning, and become...
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Gustafson, Medfield girls soccer ready up

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor A 9-7-2 regular season earned Medfield High girls soccer the No. 14 seed in Division II last fall. The Lady-Warriors took out No. 19 Milton (2-0) in the preliminary round before a heartbreaking 1-0 loss to No. 3 Foxboro in the first round. The Warriors return a significant core...
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Medfield football out to prove

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Last season was a tough one for Medfield High football; the team lost to DS on Thanksgiving and failed to qualify for the postseason. In 2019, though, the Warriors hope to change that - and they certainly have the talent to do it. Leading Medfield this season will be...
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Schofield named DII Player of the Year

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor If anything is for certain in the town of Medfield, it’s that John Schofield has an extremely bright future playing lacrosse. Entering the 2019 season as one of the top-rated close D men in the country and a reigning All-American, Schofield committed to play at Lehigh just before...
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Medlax back atop Division II Central/East

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Following a resounding 18-6 victory over rival Westwood in the semifinals that featured an historic 11-goal performance by junior attack-man Jack McCordic, Medfield High lacrosse travelled to Natick for the Division II Central/East finals against reigning champ Concord-Carlisle on Thursday. With McCordic locked off by CC’s Charlie Cook...
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McCordic’s historic night leads Warriors to sectional final

By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Despite being without star senior attack-man and captain Mike Hauptman (knee), the top-seeded Medfield Warriors advanced to the Division II Central/East finals with a resounding 18-6 victory over No. 5 and rival Westwood on Monday night. Junior attack-man Jack McCordic recorded a career-high 11 goals, tying the Medfield program record...
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Medfield class of 2019 graduates

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By Amelia Tarallo Hometown Weekly Staff For the last 13 years, students of Medfield High School’s class of 2019 have spent each school day together, working on everything from building blocks to solving algebraic equations. On the sunny afternoon of June 2, they came together to accomplish one final task: to walk across that...
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Raider lax headed back to sectional title game

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor The Division III Central/East sectional may as well be called the Dover-Sherborn invitational at this point. On Monday, the top-seeded Raiders advanced to their sixth straight Division III Central/East title game with a convincing 16-8 victory over Medway at Medfield High School. Sophomore attack-man Pierce Gregory (four goals,...
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MHS seniors enjoy Woman’s Club tea

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By Amelia Tarallo Hometown Weekly Staff Each year, Medfield High School’s senior girls are invited to attend a tea party hosted by the Hannah Adams Woman's Club. This year, the girls arrived approximately at one in the afternoon and made their way to the host’s house, usually accompanied by a few friends. They came in...
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Medfielders figure out football

By Amelia Tarallo Hometown Weekly Staff Today, there are few parents and students who have not heard the warnings and worried about CTE and brain injuries. For those playing football, those warnings are of particular concern. Many football programs have seen players leave because of injuries, some never to return due to concussions they sustained while playing....
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Wilder’s emergence sparking MedLax confidence

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By Mike Flanagan Hometown Weekly Sports Editor Medfield High boys lacrosse entered the 2019 with a lot of deserved hype, thanks to the majority of its 2018 starting lineup returning. Following a 16-2 regular season and an unblemished TVL record that included wins over DS, Hopkinton twice, Westwood twice, Xaverian and Pinkerton, its safe to...
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