Author: Josh Kaufmann

Track finishes season in Boston

BOSTON — Mike Ferro of Milton ran a personal-best time to close the indoor track and field season, competing Saturday, March 4 in the New England Interscholastic Championships at the Reggie Lewis Center. Ferro, a junior, was 25th in the 1,000 meters with his best time, 2:44.28. Milton had two relay teams competing — Carson Bianchi, Jarek Cyr, Emilio DeSouza and Nick Kelm took 21st in the 4×200 (1:41.47) while Ferro, Zach Popke, Jake McNeil and Michael Outama were 25th in the 4×800 (9:02.35). Camille Hanna, also of Milton, competed in the high jump but failed to make the...

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Shappy skates to title win

Milton’s Tatum Shappy skates with the puck for Rice Memorial High School during the Division II state championship girls hockey game against Missisquoi on March 8. The Green Knights earned the title with a 1-0 win. It was the second state championship in as many seasons for Shappy, who was on Milton’s title-winning soccer team in the fall and plays hockey with Rice. Photo by Josh...

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Johnson headed to R.I.

Milton wrestler Nick Johnson stands with coaches Jeff Ames and Phil Bidwell after finishing second in the 220-pound division last Saturday in the state championships. Johnson’s runner-up performance qualified him to compete in the New England championships this weekend in Rhode...

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Milton finishes regular season on top

MILTON — Yellowjacket senior Ben Hanson made his last home basketball game one to remember, putting up a double-double with 29 points and 16 rebounds in a 67-59 victory over Mt. Abraham on Friday night. “Ben Hanson stepped up and led his team throughout the game in scoring, rebounding and energy,” assistant coach Chris Brown said. “Hanson has been one of the most committed Milton players over the past decade, and tonight it really paid off.” Hanson helped Milton race to a 24-14 first-quarter lead and a 38-20 halftime advantage with 19 of his points in the first two...

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Drown, Davis and Shaw rep Milton gymnastics in state championships

ESSEX — Essex finished first in three of the four events in last Saturday’s gymnastics state championships, beating out Champlain Valley Union for the Hornets 12th straight state title. Allison Green of Essex won the individual title with a score of 36.775, just ahead of teammate Abigail Gehsman’s 36.650. Alexis Drown of Milton finished 21st in the four-event all-around competition, with Suraya Davis 24th and Kaylee Shaw 28th. Davis had the Yellowjackets’ best event finish for the day, placing 19th on the balance...

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