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With the constant shuffling around of practices, schedules, and even entire sports seasons in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, a new, possibly once-in-a lifetime high school sports season was formed.

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Special Olympics Massachusetts and Planned Lifetime Assistance Network (PLAN of MA & RI) announce a first of its kind exclusive partnership. Special Olympics athletes and their families will get access to PLAN of MA & RI educational webinars and resources to help with future financia…

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Although they’re only four games into the 2021 high school hockey season, second year head coach Matt Lodi says that he and his Milton High girls team are happy with the way they’ve been playing.

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At its Jan. 11 Board of Park Commissioners meeting, the commissioners voted to reopen the Milton Parks and Playgrounds. However, street hockey, basketball courts and tennis courts will remain closed until further notice. Note that the initial closure took place due to lack of mask wearing, m…

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As there are no spectators allowed at any Milton High School sporting event this season, the school department is offering a free livestream for each game.

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Like most teams on campus, the Milton High boys basketball team was against the wall entering this season, having been scheduled against two tough opponents to open the campaign and then having to navigate through the difficult conference-only schedule.

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When the high school fall sports season ended in the middle of November, Milton High players, coaches, and fans of the winter teams had to endure a much longer wait than usual.

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Shamrock Swim Club, located at 411 Unquity Road, is applying to be recognized as a SafeSport Club, its website teamunify.com states. Athletes 12 and over and any age group parent of the swim club’s lessons are asked to help the Shamrock Swim Club achieve its goal. To do so, learn more about …

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Amidst uncertainty, game and practice cancellations, and the sting of not having a postseason or a championship to compete for, the Milton Wildcats made the most of what they were dealt this past fall. But thanks to the hard work of Bay State Conference officials, athletic directors, coaches…

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For seven straight seasons, the Milton High girls soccer team fought its way past a rugged mostly Division I schedule to qualify for the South Sectionals.

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 A year ago, the Milton High School (MHS) field hockey team preached being in every game to the bitter end and putting its effort and game plan together to garner a few victories.

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The Milton High boys soccer team was right on the doorstep of a return trip to the postseason a year ago, needing at least one win from qualifying. Between then and during the summertime, when it was announced that there wouldn’t be any state tournament for fall sports, things did not really…

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For the first time in school history, the Milton High cross country teams entered the ensuing season as defending state champs.

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Note that the high school’s athletic season is in flux due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. To see what, when and where teams are playing go to: https://athleticschedulesonly.org/main/calendar.

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In an effort to help families begin to readjust to normal life, Ulin Rink manager Kevin Burchill announced that public skating will return in November.

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As one hockey season begins to wind down, another is about to begin. COVID-19 pushed the Stanley Cup finals all the way back to late September, but thanks to reasonable guidelines put in place by Massachusetts Hockey, this year’s youth hockey season was able to begin. Thus, Milton Youth Hock…

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Beth Whitney and Cynthia McCarthy, owners of Fitness Unlimited, stand in the cardio room beside the newly shielded equipment. Beth and Cindy bought the women's health club just before the Coronavirus temporarily closed the local economy. They have changed the operation to keep staff an clien…

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Outside the front door of Fitness Unlimited construction crews have been jackhammering the sidewalk as a part of the East Milton Deck renovation but inside members are working out safely. For the time being, members enter through the side alley door. Construction in front of their club shoul…

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Saluting the young men and women student-athletes who missed playing sports in the spring due to the coronavirus pandemic. Tributes are written and compiled by MHS Athletic Director Ryan Madden and the coaching staff.

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To honor and highlight Milton High School senior student-athletes, during the school district’s closure due to the coronavirus pandemic, Athletic Director Ryan Madden and MHS sports coaches have begun a “Senior Student-Athlete ‘Spotlight.’”

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To honor and highlight Milton High School senior student-athletes, during the school district’s closure due to the coronavirus pandemic, Athletic Director Ryan Madden and MHS sports coaches have begun a “Senior Student-Athlete ‘Spotlight.’”

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The 2019-2020 winter sports season has come and gone for Milton High. While there may not have been a state championship victory this time around, there were still a few noteworthy moments from the season.

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The Milton High boys and girls indoor track and field teams once again made a good showing at the MIAA Division 3 Indoor State Championships on Feb. 14 at the Reggie Lewis Center on the campus of Roxbury Community College.

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State Sen. Walter Timilty (D-Milton) recently honored the Milton High School girls and boys cross country teams at the Statehouse. These teams each won Eastern Massachusetts Division 3 State Championships at their meets in Wrentham on Nov. 9, 2019.

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After missing out on the postseason a year ago, the Milton High girls hockey team enters this season on a mission.

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The Milton High School swim team made some crucial cuts at the Bay State Conference swim meet this Nov. 3 at Wellesley College. Maggie Haley, Adri Halpin, and Eliza Callahan qualified for the state meet that will take place on Nov. 17 at MIT. The boys 200 freestyle relay also qualified for t…

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Chase Vaughan throws to an open receiver during an Oct. 12 afternoon game in Ipswich. The non-league game proved victorious for the Milton Wildcats and keeps intact the varsity team's unbeaten streak.

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The coed team is off to a strong start. In a Sept. 17 meet against Braintree, Milton won 96-82. Rose Gillooly won the 500 freestyle and Madison Crummey won the 100 freestyle. The boys made a state cut in the 400 freestyle relay for the first time in Wildcat history. Swimmer Kevin Carberry ma…

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Normally, a high school soccer team that has started out 0-4 would get the urge to press the panic button. In the case of the Milton High girls team, the thought of such a thing has yet to cross the minds of head coach Gary Burke and his players.

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For his occupation, Ben Daly walks the streets of Boston looking for males and females between the ages of 14 and 24 who may have lost their way and do not have any resources, namely a home, to turn to.

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Milton High School is offering 10 sports during the fall season with 25 levels of participation: coed cheerleading, boys cross country, girls cross country, coed field hockey, coed football, coed golf, boys soccer, girls soccer, coed swimming, and coed volleyball.

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Unlike the end of last season when they had to sneak into the postseason despite losing seven of their final 10 games, the 2019 Milton High Junior Legion team cruised through the regular season, finding themselves perched atop the District 6 East standings with a record of 15-3 and 30 total points.

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The Knights is a 14 and under baseball team that competes in the Super Division of New England AAU.  The team is made up of 13 Milton residents who under the tutelage of Head Coach Tim Finnegan and Assistant Matt McDougal were able to finish the regular season 10-4.  Once in the playoffs the…

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Milton's Aidan McDonough, a Thayer Academy graduate who will play for the Northeastern University Huskies, also is a draft pick by the National Hockey League's Vancouver Canucks.