MILTON HIGH SCHOOL
Hello Parents, Players, and Fans of Milton HS Boys' Varsity Ice Hockey Team,
Welcome to the home webpage for the Milton High School Boys' Varsity Ice Hockey Program! This site was developed to help streamline communication and updates between the Milton HS Hockey Coaching Staff and the players, parents, and fans of the program.
The Wildcats play in the highly competitive Division 1 level Bay State Conference, and are part of the Herget Division within the league. Our league opponents/rivals consist of Braintree HS, Brookline HS, Framingham HS, Natick HS, Needham HS, Newton North HS, Walpole HS, Wellesley HS, and Weymouth HS. Our non-league schedule is also very competitive where we participate in both the Quincy Holiday Tournament (Quincy, North Quincy, & King Philip) and Woburn's Irish-American Shootout Tournament (Woburn, Billerica, & Westford Academy) during the course of the season, as well as play tough non-league foes like Barnstable, Belmont, Brockton, Hingham, and Norwood.
Our goal as a program is to be competitive in each and every game, each and every season for the foreseeable future. In the process, we want to contend for league titles and qualify for post-season state tournament play. Most importantly though, we want each player to achieve their athletic and academic goals that they set for themselves during the course of their high school careers, hopefully allowing them to continue their personal growth and possible playing careers at the next level and beyond.
Welcome to the Destruction! ("Destruction" is the technical term for a group or pack of Wildcats)
Coach Watson & the Milton HS Hockey Coaching Staff
- Friday, February 22nd - Game @ IA Shootout v Woburn (O'Brien Rink-Woburn) 2:00
Junior Varsity A
Junior Varsity B
Program Updates & Announcements:
- First day of tryouts is Monday, November 26th at 4:30pm (Ulin Rink). Please arrive at check-in prior to the start of tryouts by 3:30pm.
- Our team fundraising apparel store has launched and is open for business!! Please check it out and buy something. A percentage of the profits come back to the hockey program. Visit SquadLocker.com to view the store.