On May 29th at 6:00 pm, Milton varsity letter winners will be honored at the 35th annual Varsity Awards banquet sponsored by the Milton High School Boosters. Tickets for parents, siblings and friends can be purchased online at the Boosters website at www.miltonboosters.com. Tickets are $20 for adults and $5 for children. Bring your paid receipt to the banquet – no tickets will be sold at the door. Seating starts at 5:30 p.m.
By Mark Stokes
If the founding of the New England Revolution back in the mid-1990′s was the first step towards professional soccer in the region, then chapter two of the story surely begins this month in Easton, Mass, when the Real Boston Rams take the stage for what has become one of the most anticipated soccer ventures of recent years. Read more »
Milton resident Bob Socci has been named to succeed Raynham’s Gil Santos as the radio play-by-play voice of the Patriots. (Read the full story here.)
Milton won the 2013 South Shore Conference Mite A2 Hockey Championship Title. They played against the Town of Franklin on Sunday April 7, 2013 at the Canton Sportsplex before a sell out crowd. Congrats to the players and coaches.
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Batter up! Baseball season approaches, and sports commentator Bill Littlefield will present “Only A Game…Except When It Isn’t” on Sunday, March 24, 2013 at 2 p.m. in the Keys Community Room (lower level) of the Milton Public Library, located at 476 Canton Avenue in Milton. Read more »
Celebrate the coming of spring from the seat of your bicycle on Saturday, March 23rd, by exploring the Neponset River Greenway, end to end, all the way from Boston Harbor to the Blue Hills. Join Boston Natural Areas Network Board member and Greenway Council member and cycling enthusiast Jessica Mink for an informative, free, guided ride to experience the entire Greenway first hand. Read more »
This in from Roy Chambers who is all MHS sports all the time:
If you didn’t believe in the Milton Wildcats Basketball team before you have to believe in them now. Who is afraid of this team – “Everyone”. I can’t believe how this team systemically broke down Dorchester and turned the game around to a win. Wow.
Milton will take on Wellesley in the MIAA South Division 2 semi-finals in Brockton on 3/6 @ 7:00PM.
Milton (#15) prevailed over Dennis-Yarmouth (#2) in a big upset this week. They play Tech Boston/Dorchester #7) in the quarterfinals today at 6:00PM. The game will be at the Reggie Lewis Center. Go WILDCATS! This photo is by Roy Chambers. You can find more shots of the Milton v. Dennis/Yarmouth game here.
photo by Roy Chambers
from The PatriotLedger.com
In a game of surges, where momentum seemed to be volleyed back and forth, the fifth-seeded Marshfield High boys hockey team had too much firepower for Milton Wednesday night at Gallo Arena, ousting the Wildcats 7-3 in first-round action of the Division 1 South Sectional tournament. (Read the full story here.)
Sports photographer Roy Chambers captured this shot of two wrestlers at the recent MIAA all state championships. Milton High’sPeter Hailer and Jonathan Carrera each placed 4th and will be moving on to the New England Championship to be held in Providence. Good luck! You can find more of Roy’s sports photography here,
photo by Roy Chambers