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Winter Sport Roundup, MHS Basketball, Winter Track

As the calendar flips to February, the winter seasons are beginning to wind down for Milford High School athletics.
The boys basketball team began the week with a 4-13 record overall and a 3-11 mark in the Hockomock League. The Scarlet Hawks have just one win in the new year, an 82-79 triumph over Oliver Ames back on January 7. MHS followed that with a double-overtime loss to Foxboro. Since that defeat, Milford has dropped nine in a row. The Hawks have been competitive in many games, however. MHS lost by just three points against King Phillip and had strong showings against teams like Taunton, Stoughton, and Oliver Ames.
Seniors Jordan Johnson and Chris Brown have helped lead the way offensively for Milford. On an undersized team, 6'0" junior Alex Croteau and 6'2" senior Andrew Garber have done much of the work on the glass for first-year head coach Jay Potty.
The Milford High girls basketball team has a near identical record as the boys at 4-12 overall and 3-11 in the league. The girls picked up a pair of wins earlier this month over Sharon and Canton, using a strong defensive effort to hold the two opponents to 65 total points over the two games.
Milford has since lost six in a row, but took Stoughton to overtime and held all but two teams to fewer than 60 points during that stretch. The Scarlet Hawks have featured strong balance, with Jensie Madden, Jess Pye, Jill Powers, and Clarissa Miyares all providing contributions at various points of the season.
The Milford High girls track team had a strong showing at the Hockomock League meet, scoring 15 points as a team. Senior sprinter Keilan Nova won the 300 with a time of 41.26 seconds. She has also earned a spot in the state meet as well as the national meet in New York City this March.
Junior Danielle Denommee finished 7th in the league in the hurdles. She was able to shave enough off of her personal best to earn a spot in the state meet. Nova earned a 7th place finish in the high jump to go with her league title in the 300. Denommee and Nova teamed up with sophomore Jessica Palmer and freshman Kate France for a top-10 finish in the 4x400 relay. The relay team will also be representing Milford High at the state meet.




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