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Monthly Archives: January 2016

Medfield girls basketball impresses at Disney tourney

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BY JOSH PERRY (@Josh_Perry10) The Medfield High girls’ basketball team took advantage of winter break to travel to Orlando, Florida and compete in the Disney/KSA Holiday Tournament against teams from across the country. The Warriors won a pair of games and reached the finals of their bracket before falling in overtime to Nelson County...
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Medfield Boys Hockey Off to Flying Start

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BY JOSH PERRY (@Josh_Perry10) The Medfield High boys’ hockey team pulled out a 2-0 victory on Saturday evening against Medway at the Pirelli Veterans Rink in Franklin. The victory gave the Warriors three points from two games against their Tri-Valley League rivals during the week and improved Medfield’s record to 6-0-1 at the start of...
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Alumni Jam features Medfield High award-winners

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The Alumni Jam on Saturday, Jan. 9, in the Medfield High auditorium is not just a reunion of musical classmates over the years, but also coincides with the birthday of Lowell Mason, father of music education. He was born right here in Medfield on Jan. 8, 1792 and his namesake nonprofit, the Lowell Mason...
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Dover-Sherborn girls basketball rebounds from slow start

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BY ROBERT ROSEN (@roberterosen) The Dover-Sherborn girls basketball team has struggled in recent years, but this year it looks like things may be different after the Raiders have started off 3-3 and hope to achieve their goal of reaching the state tournament. “This is a special group of girls,” said coach Kanee Chlebda. “This group...
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MADS Gymnastics Starting to Roll

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BY JOSH PERRY (@Josh_Perry10) The Medfield, Ashland, and Dover-Sherborn (MADS) gymnastics program started the season with a close loss to Medway but has reeled off four straight wins (including the rematch with the Mustangs) and is looking like a team poised for a return to states. “I think they saw that they can hang with...
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Census forms mailed in Sherborn

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Carole B. Marple, Town Clerk of Sherborn, has announced that census forms have been mailed to all households in Sherborn. These census forms must be returned to the Town Clerk’s Office as soon as possible. Each year an annual street listing is conducted by the Board of Registrars as mandated by state law. In...
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World traveler to speak at St. Dunstan’s Church in Dover

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In view of the enthusiastic response to his talk on the Silk Road at the Dover Library sponsored by the Dover Historical Society, Grant Stephen will present his talk, “Nations in Transition: A Modern Walk Along the Northern Silk Road” on Friday, January 29 at 7 p.m. at St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church in...
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