Milford Middle School makes history with its state championship run
MILFORD – The Milford Middle School boys soccer team made history last week, knocking off Windham, 1-0, for the New Hampshire Division II State Championship.
It was the first boys title in school history for Milford, which was runner-up in 2016.
Leading scorer Ryon Constable scored the lone goal in the victory over Windham.
A perfect 13-0 on the season, Milford knocked off Amherst in the quarterfinals and then Mountain View of Goffstown in the semifinals.
Milford outscored the opposition on the year, 58-6.
Noah Matthews, Conor Sullivan and Constable were the team captains. Constable led the team, which featured 16 eighth-graders, four seventh-graders and one sixth-grader, with 17 goals on the year. Bernad Glusac and Colin Gregg finished with eight apiece.