Athletics Newsletter

November 7, 2022

'Cats going "Wild" in the Tournament!

What a great week it has been for the Wildcats!

The Volleyball Team got things started with an epic 3-2 win over Burlington after trailing 9-2 in the final set. They travel to #1 Westboro on Tuesday, 11/8. Tickets can be found here.

The Football Team finished the season undefeated (7-0), earning the #1 Seed in the MIAA Division 3 Tournament. They hosted the Minnechaug Falcons, cruising to a 46-21 win. Jack Finnegan was all over the place, catching TDs, scoring 10 points with his kicking, and also intercepting a pass in the second half. They host Marblehead on Friday, 11/11 at 6:00pm. Tickets will become available soon.

The Cross Country Team showed well at the Frank Mooney Invitational on Saturday, 11/5.

  • Freshman 3k - Lauren Cooper finished 8th
  • Sophomore 5k - Mia Jilani finished 6th, Julie Affanato finished 12th
  • Junior 5k - Alec Carew finished 3rd

Field Hockey won their first tournament game in 17 years in dramatic fashion, trailing 2-0 and trying the game with 46 seconds left. Lily Brockmyre scored both goals in regulation and Meghan Mylod scored the winner in OT to win 3-2! They will travel to Nashoba on Wednesday, 11/9. Tickets can be found here.

Boys Soccer earned the #13 seed in the MIAA Division 2 Tournament. They host East Longmeadow at 6:00pm tonight, Monday 11/7. Tickets can be found here.

A recap of Swim can be found below with some great pictures!

Swim Sectionals

The Swim and Dive Team did great at sectionals this weekend!

Kaleigh Boynton finished 7th in the 100 breaststroke and dropped 2 seconds in the 200 Individual medley to finish 9th.

Jackson Wagner won the 200 freestyle and the 100 butterfly, Malachi Buchanan won the 100 freestyle and placed second in the 50 freestyle, and Colby Moskos won the 200 Individual medley and placed second in the 100 breaststroke.

Top three finishers in individual events were Ryan Kelly, Aidan Crummey, and Tucker Korman. The boys won all three relays and won the meet by over 100 points!

Power Rankings Explained

Only sports that compete in Team Competitions are ranked by the MIAA. Cross Country, Indoor/Outdoor Track, Golf, Swim & Dive, Wrestling and Alpine Ski do not receives rankings.

Rating is the system/formula that analyzes the results of competitions to provide a numerical representation (out to 4 decimal points) of competitive strength.

Ranking is the placement of teams using the teams rating number. Teams may be ranked for the whole state or by division. See the full explanation here.

(power rankings above as of 11/7 6:00am)

MHS Boosters Swing for Sports

We want to take this opportunity to thank all our golfers who braved the less than ideal weather at MHS Booster's annual fundraiser at Granite Links on Monday, October 17. And a special shout out to our very generous donors this year:

  • American Provisions
  • Catering by Terrie
  • Costello Painting & Contracting Corp.
  • East Milton Dental
  • Elliott Physical Therapy
  • Flagship Harbor Advisors
  • Granite Links Golf Course
  • Group 1 Automotive
  • Intersecting Knowledge
  • Jimmy Coyne Productions
  • Lenny & Michelle Wall
  • Midway CafĂ©
  • Rich Hynes- Milton Travel Basketball
  • Scott Farrell + Partners
  • Ted Kackley- TK Fitness
  • Town Administrator Nicholas Milano

Winter Parent/Guardian Meeting

There will be a Winter Athletics Parent/Guardian Meeting on Wednesday, November 9th at 6:00pm in the Field House. All student-athletes and their parents/guardians should plan to attend this meeting. The Athletic Director will speak for a few minutes before breaking into program specific meetings. Athletics Registration is always open. You can find the links and information on the website.

NFL Hall of Famer, Andre Tippett awards Coach Dembowski the Coach of the Week Award for their 2-0 start back in September.

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