It’s been an up-and-down start to the season for Milton Academy, which has alternated wins and losses from the onset.
Dealing with early-season injuries and a team looking to find its identity, the pieces are starting to fall into place. Chief among them is junior attackman Justin Greene, who has burst onto the scene and is third in the Independent School League in scoring.
“Last season I felt my shot hadn’t developed really. My role was drawing slides, keeping the ball moving,” said the Norwell, Mass. native, who split time between midfield and attack as a sophomore. “I feel that this year I’m still trying to do that, but more on a platform to make plays.”