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Student Athletes Recognized by School Committee

Milford High School juniors Ryan Gray (front left), with his parents Ronald and Sandra, and Ryan Tomaso (front right) with his parents Mark and Valerie, were recognized at the February 4 School Committee Meeting for their athletic accomplishments. Gray was recently elected to join the MIAA Student Advisory Committee and Tomaso was chosen as the MVP for Golf for the Hockomock League. The student athletes are joined by their parents and MHS Athletic Director Peter Boucher (back center). Contributed photo.

Two Milford High School students were recognized at the February 4 School Committee Meeting for their athletic accomplishments, both on and off the field.

Milford High School (MHS) junior Ryan Tomaso was recognized for being voted as this year's Hockomock League MVP for Golf and junior Ryan Gray was recognized for being elected to join the MIAA Student Advisory Committee.

Athletic Director Peter Boucher introduced the students to the School Committee, commending the young men for their dedication and leadership skills. "These two guys are a snapshot of what we have here in Milford. We are very proud of them," he said.

Tomaso, a captain of the MHS Golf Team this year and captain-elect for next year, was voted as this year's league Most Valuable Player for golf by a group of all 12 coaches in the league.

"Being named the MVP is the pinnacle of anyone's career. It means you are not only the absolute best of your team, but you are the best in your league," said Boucher. "To be voted in and have the respect of the other coaches in the's pretty tremendous," he said.

Gray, a member of the football and wrestling teams, was one of approximately 15 student-athletes out of 400,000 in Massachusetts to be chosen to serve on the MIAA Student Advisory Committee. According to Boucher, the Advisory Committee helps "set the vision" for the MIAA, and is one of the most influential of the Committees for students and professionals.

"He [Gray] was chosen not only because of his athletic skills, not only because of his academic acumen, but because of this ability to get out in the community and make a difference," said Boucher.

Members of the School Committee congratulated the students, giving them kudos for their accomplishments.

"You are great role models for all of the students here," said Committee Member Joe Morias, who also recognized Boucher for his work with the student athletes as well.

School Committee Member Scott Harrison asked the students if they had any advice for underclassmen.

"Anyone can step up," said Gray. "Anyone can lead; it just takes the desire to make a change," he said.


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