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Boys soccer ties Lincoln Sudbury in a heated, scoreless match

Boys’ soccer ties Lincoln Sudbury in a heated, scoreless match

Gavi Berkman September 20, 2022

Boys’ soccer tied Lincoln Sudbury 0-0 Saturday Sept.10, at home, in an intense, fairly even game.  Both teams had their chances, but neither could find the back of the net. “It was a tough game...

Girls soccer ties Lincoln Sudbury with impressive defensive performance

Girls’ soccer ties Lincoln Sudbury with impressive defensive performance

Anderson Free September 20, 2022

Girls’ soccer tied 1-1 against Lincoln Sudbury Saturday, Sept. 10, at home, in a highly-defensive battle that came down to the wire. Brian Leighton, the head coach, said that the team focused on staying...

Football loses highly contested battle against Waltham in season opener

Football loses highly contested battle against Waltham in season opener

Jacob Wu September 20, 2022

Football fell 23-20 to Waltham High School in the season opener Saturday, Sep.10, away, in a nail biter that ultimately ended in disappointment. “We are a better and different team than last year,...

Boys volleyball defeats Brookline with impressive performances from star players

Boys’ volleyball defeats Brookline with impressive performances from star players

Jacob Wu June 15, 2022

Boys’ volleyball defeated Brookline 3-0 in a heated rivalry Thursday, May 19 at home. North started the game off strong and took control of the first set. “I think we played very well, we came and...

Boys lacrosse in annual Suburban Cup game defeat Waltham with unselfish scoring

Boys’ lacrosse in annual Suburban Cup game defeat Waltham with unselfish scoring

Anderson Free May 10, 2022

Boys Lacrosse defeated Waltham 18-1, in the annual Suburban Cup, a game honoring Adam London, Saturday, April 30.  London was a Newton North lacrosse goalie who tragically passed away in a car accident...

Girls tennis dominates Framingham, displaying the products of hard work

Girls’ tennis dominates Framingham, displaying the products of hard work

Sophie Mathewson May 10, 2022

Girls’ tennis defeated Framingham 4-1 Monday, April 25 at home, displaying exemplary teamwork. English teacher Kate Mannelly, the head coach, was unable to attend the match due to illness.  “The...

Boys wrestling displays resilience in comeback win against Watertown

Boys’ wrestling displays resilience in comeback win against Watertown

Zoe Finamore February 14, 2022

Boys’ wrestling defeated Watertown 50-27 Thursday, Feb. 3, away, in a comeback win fueled by key plays from individual players. “There were matches that could have gone either way,” said campus...

Girls’ hockey draws against Brookline in defense masterclass

Girls’ hockey draws against Brookline in defense masterclass

Dea Pance February 9, 2022

Girls’ hockey tied Brookline 1-1 Saturday, Feb. 5, away, in a highly defensive overtime thriller. Rebecca Flemming, the assistant coach, said that the team’s strong defense shined throughout the...

Business booms in Tigers Loft Bistro after COVID-19 shutdown

Business booms in Tiger’s Loft Bistro after COVID-19 shutdown

Shira Lobron November 29, 2021

After a hiatus caused by COVID-19, culinary elective students are back in the kitchen and customers have resumed purchasing lunches and other baked products from the Tiger’s Loft Bistro. “I remember...

Sophomores adapt to in-person learning

Sophomores adapt to in-person learning

Shira Lobron November 13, 2021

Starting high school is difficult for any freshman. They are thrown into a huge building with unfamiliar faces and higher expectations—an overwhelming experience for any 14 or 15-year-old. Putting ...

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North's return to fully in-person learning successful, good example for future

Shira Lobron June 24, 2021

It has been well over a year since students have experienced full classrooms or the post-class hallway rush. North’s return to fully in-person learning on April 26 restored a sense of normalcy, and...

Music Mentors cultivates musical passion in young children

Music Mentors cultivates musical passion in young children

Shira Lobron April 6, 2021

With most in-person concerts and rehearsals put on hold, student-musicians are limited in their performing arts opportunities. To fill this gap, North’s Music Mentors program has stepped in, working...

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