Monday, February 25, 2013
Hockey and basketball teams from Milton High School and Fontbonne Academy will participate in the MIAA tournaments that begin this week.
Fonbonne Academy and Milton High Square off in Girls Hockey The girls hockey teams from Fontbonne Academy and Milton High School will face off in the preliminary round of the MIAA Division 2 South Sectional Tournament on Tuesday, February 26. Fontbonne Academy is the 14th seed, while Milton High earned a 19th seed in the tournament. The game will be held at Shea Rink, 651 Willard Street, Quincy, at 4 p.m. The winner of this contest will play third-seeded Wellesley. Milton High Boys to Play English A year after playing for a state title, the Milton High School boys hockey team will host English on Tuesday, February 26, in the preliminary round of the MIAA Division 2 South Sectional Tournament. The Wildcats, a 15th seed, will take on the …
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
The Wildcats head coach was honored after his team appeared in its third consecutive MIAA state sectional tournament.
After a 10-win Bay State League season and a first round MIAA postseason win, Milton High School boys soccer coach Mike Madden was named one of the Eastern Massachusetts Coaches of the Year. Madden earned the honor for the Division 2 South category after leading the Wildcats to a third straight MIAA state sectional tournament. Milton High, 20th seed, upset 13th-ranked Norwell High School in the first round of this year’s tournament before falling to fourth-seeded Hingham in the second round. The Wildcats went 5-1 this season against other Division 2 opponents. Hingham was the only D2 team to defeat Milton. Bedford coach Dave Boschetto won the Division 2 North Coach of the Year honor.
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Share your photos and videos from the impressive 2012 Milton High boys hockey season.
The Milton High boys hockey team just finished an impressive season. The Wildcats secured solid wins throughout the regular season and tournament to earn the program’s first appearance in the MIAA Division 1 championship games. Though Burlington High School defeated Milton 6-2 on Sunday night at the TD Garden in Boston, the Wildcats had a year to remember. In that spirit, let’s commemorate the hockey team’s run with photos and videos from the 2012 season. We’ll get you started with a few photos from the pep rally, around town and at the championship game. Feel free to upload any Wildcats’ material from the beginning of the season through Sunday night’s tilt with the Red Devils.
Sunday, March 18, 2012
Follow all the action from the TD Garden as Milton High and Burlington High face off for the state hockey title.
The Milton High boys hockey team will face Burlington High in the MIAA Division 1 state championship game at 8:15 p.m. on Sunday, March 18. Whether you can’t make it to the arena or you're in attendance, you can join the conversation with Patch. We will be live blogging the game, beginning at 8 p.m. on Sunday. When the puck drops, just click the play button in the gray box and follow along. We’ll keep you updated on the score and everything else happening on the ice. We encourage you to participate with your own commentary, photos and well wishes for the home team. If you are going to the game and would like to participate you can download the app to your smart phone. iPhone users can download it here, and Android users can go here. Until …
Saturday, March 17, 2012
Students and faculty at Milton High sent off the boys hockey team as they prepare for the Division 1 state title game on Sunday.
About 1,000 members of the Milton High School community gathered in the Copeland Field House on Friday afternoon for a pep rally for the Milton High boys hockey team. The Wildcats will face Burlington High on Sunday, March 18, at 8:15 p.m. at the TD Garden for the MIAA Division 1 state championship game. Coach Paul Noonan and the team's senior captains all addressed the members of "Red Nation."
Friday, March 16, 2012
The Wildcats will play in the MIAA Division 1 championship game on Sunday against Burlington High School.
The senior-heavy group that makes up the Milton High School boys hockey team have a history of winning and a history of playing together. Many of the players won youth hockey titles together and have been part of the Milton baseball program. The team’s camaraderie, especially off the ice, will guide the Wildcats in what seventh-year head coach Paul Noonan believes is Milton High School’s first appearance in the boys hockey state championship game. “They’re friends first and teammates second,” said Noonan. Milton High secured a spot in the title game, which will be at 8:15 p.m., Sunday, March 18, at the TD Garden, with a solid 3-1 victory over Natick in the Division 1 South championship. Their opponents from Burlington High earned their …