MHS fall sports comes to an end, outstanding athletes recognized

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As fall sports end, Milford’s outstanding athletes deserve recognition (Photo collage courtesy of Milford School District)

As fall sports come to an end, it is time to highlight the accomplishments of Milford’s outstanding student athletes.

This year, Varsity Volleyball improved from last season, winning 5 regular season games and Lauren Dickerson earned an honorable mention all-conference selection. JV finished the season with a .500 7-7 record.

The Cross Country Girls finished with an 11-1 regular season record. Faith Mitchell was the Kent-County Meet Champion and earned first team all-conference recognition. Aviana Shaw and Jorja Willey earned second team honors, with Kayla Ashton receiving honorable mention. Coach Lane Skinner was named the girls conference coach of the year. Cross Country Boys finished with a 10-2 regular season record and Nate Waydelis earned first team all-conference honors. Freshman Austin Neal-Dickerson was an honorable mention selection.

This year’s Field Hockey team finished with a 14-3 overall records, advancing all the way to the DI Final Four. Erin Dunlap, Hannah Zimmerman, and Bailey Masten earned first team all-conference honors. Carley Mackert, Molly Masten, and Madison Stahl earned second team all-conference honors, while Isabel Betters was an honor mention selection.

The Boys Soccer team finished with an 11-4 regular season record and qualified for the DI State Tournament. Tom Burke earned first team all-conference honors, while Dominic Schneck, Emmanuel Joseph, Luke Sollie, and Fernando Flores earned second team all-conference honors. David Carillo was an honorable mention selection.

Most notably, this fall marked Milford football’s first winning season since 2017. The JV Program finished their season with a perfect 9-0 record.

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