Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Nicholas Joy was found by a snowmobiler early Tuesday morning near Sugarloaf.
UPDATE, 2:45 p.m.: NECN reported that Nicholas Joy and his family are back home in Medford as of Wednesday afternoon. He did not appear to speak to reporters after arriving. UPDATE, 10 a.m.: Portland, Maine NBC affiliate WCSH-6 tweeted that Joy and his family left a Maine hospital at about 8:30 a.m. Wednesday. According to WCSH-6, the family went out an exit that was hidden from the media. ORIGINAL STORY: A Medford teenager is safe and sound after spending two days lost near Sugarloaf ski resort in western Maine. Nicholas Joy, 17, emerged from the woods at about 9 a.m. Tuesday. He was located by Massachusetts snowmobiler Joel Paul, according to the Maine Warden Service. The warden service said the Medford High School senior was found on …
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
The team lost Saturday to Beverly/Danvers.
Medford High School girls hockey were defeated in the first round of the Massachusetts Interscholastic Atheltics Association (MIAA) Division 1 tournament Saturday, ending their season. According to the MIAA website, the Lady Mustangs lost to Beverly/Danvers by a score of 8-1. The game took place at Salem State University. MHS came in to the game ranked 18th in the tournament while Beverly/Danvers was ranked second. To play Beverly/Danvers, the Lady Mustangs beat 15th-ranked Medway/Ashland 5-1 last Thursday in the tournament's preliminary round. Medford finishes their season with a 10-7-3 regular season mark and a 1-1 postseason record.
Friday, February 15, 2013
Honors took place at the last School Committee meeting Feb. 4.
Medford High School students were recognized in three different areas at the Medford School Committee meeting Feb. 4. Students who received honors were members of the school's band as well as recent winners of Boston Globe Show Scholastic Achievement Awards in writing and arts. More information on the Scholastic Achievement Awards, including a full list of winners, is available here. For the band, their accomplishments were summarized by advisor Haley Horgan. In the fall the band participated in three New England Scholastic Band Association (NESBA) competitions. The finished in first place in Wakefield, second place in Reading and took home a silver medal in NESBA finals in Lawrence. Horgan said the band played at the Hynes Convention …
Thursday, February 14, 2013
Four sports have dates re-scheduled due to the storm.
On the Medford school website, the district has posted some changes to upcoming Medford High School sporting events that had to be re-scheduled due to the winter storm that cancelled three days of school. The changes are as follows: Boys varsity basketball home vs. Everett (Senior Night) 3 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 6 p.m. Frosh/JV/Varsity Saturday, Feb. 16, 2013 Girls varsity basketball @ Everett 3 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 6 p.m Frosh/JV/Varsity Saturday, Feb. 16, 2013 Boys varsity hockey home vs Lexington (Senior Night) 4 p.m., LoConte Rink Saturday, Feb. 16, 2013 Boys varsity hockey home vs St. Peter Marian 8 p.m., LoConte Rink Sunday, Feb. 17, 2013
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Twenty-one MHS Mustangs said goodbye last Sunday.
Twenty-one Medford High School senior football players were recognized at the team's annual this past Sunday at the Irish-American Club in Malden, according to a post on the Medford Public Schools website. Here are the honors they took home: $500 David Castagnetti Scholarship Award Jeff Fargo Once a Mustang Always a Mustang $500 Essay Winner Jake Liberty Jim Lyons Scholarship Award Nate Clement Thanksgiving Game MVP Jeff Fargo Thanksgiving Game Defensive Player Guilherme Guerra Thanksgiving Game Offensive Player Reggie Thelamaque Defensive Player of the Year Jake Porrazzo Offensive Player of the Year Marc Marino Ron Zampell Blue and White Spirit Award Jake Liberty Team MVP Nate Clemente Coaches’ Awards Giscard Joseph Lucas Mazzotti Special…