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Girls' soccer falls just short after controversial call

Girls' soccer falls just short after controversial call

Angela Nie October 26, 2021

Girls’ soccer fell to Framingham 2-0 under the lights at home Thursday, Oct. 21, despite a strong defensive performance.  “We play to win and we weren’t able to do that today,” said senior...

Girls' soccer ends season with a loss, looks to bring experience to next year

Girls' soccer ends season with a loss, looks to bring experience to next year

Maxwell Lu November 17, 2020

Girls’ soccer fell to Needham 3-1 at home Wednesday, Nov. 11, in their last match of the season. “There are obviously a lot of emotions, being the last game, and it took us a while to get in that...

Girls' soccer looks to future games after shut out by Natick

Girls' soccer looks to future games after shut out by Natick

Anderson Free October 31, 2020

Girls’ soccer fought to the very end in their 10-0 loss at home to Natick on October 17.“We need to improve on working together and connecting as a unit,” said senior Anna Engel after the game. North...

Junior Andrew Nielsen steps up to steal the ball during a game last year against Brookline September 12, 2019. Boys soccer will begin training for the new season in the coming week. (photo by Ian Dickerman)

Fall sports given new guidelines in makeshift season

Griffin Bond September 16, 2020

The School Committee voted Monday, Sept. 14 to approve the fall athletic plan proposed by the athletic department in accordance with MIAA rules for some high school athletics to go forward with the fall...

English teacher Alicia Carrillo to step down as girls' soccer coach

English teacher Alicia Carrillo to step down as girls' soccer coach

Griffin Bond February 14, 2020

English teacher Alicia Carrillo stepped down as North’s girls’ soccer head coach after five years of leading the program “to pursue other professional and personal interests,” she wrote in her...

Girls' soccer fails to make playoffs, but improves on team culture

Girls' soccer fails to make playoffs, but improves on team culture

Griffin Bond November 19, 2019

Girls’ soccer, 4-11-2, failed to make the playoffs this year but improved their team culture.  North struggled on the road throughout the season, finishing with a 1-8 on opposing turf. They...

Photo courtesy of Tom Giusti.

Girls' soccer beats Walpole on senior night

Will Kharfen October 30, 2017

Girls’ soccer, 7-9, beat Walpole, 6-7-2, 4-0, in a match that contained “four quality goals,” said head coach Alicia Carrillo, and a lot of “positivity,” according to senior Lauren Eckenrode,...

Girls' soccer picks up momentum near end of season

Girls' soccer picks up momentum near end of season

Jake Forbes October 4, 2017

Girls’ soccer, 3-2, beat Braintree 5-1 at home on Friday Sept. 15th, due to a hat trick from freshman Maia Kramer. The first twenty minutes of the game were controlled by North, as they kept the ball...

Girls' soccer loses to Dedham 2-1

Girls' soccer loses to Dedham 2-1

The Newtonite October 3, 2016

By Jonathan Cohen Girls’ Soccer fell short in a 2-1 loss to Dedham Thursday night despite an early goal in the first minute by senior Paige Dobies. “Although we could not pull off the 2-2 tie,”...

Junior Kira Matthews guards the ball from a Brookline opponent, Monday, Sept 21.
Photo by Josh Shub-Seltzer

Girls' soccer misses state tournament, optimistic for next year

Blake Krantz November 3, 2015

by Blake Krantz Girls’ soccer, 4-10-2, improved in both wins and points this season, although the team failed to qualify for the state tournament for the second straight year. Despite five season-ending...

Junior Kira Matthews guards the ball from a Brookline opponent, Monday, Sept 21.
Photo by Josh Shub-Seltzer

Despite record, girls' soccer begins to improve

Blake Krantz October 21, 2015

by Blake Krantz Girls’ soccer, 2-7-3, has “seen some improvement and scored some awesome goals” in the past couple weeks, according to senior Maya King, a captain with seniors Eliza Bresler and Katie...

Girls' soccer learns from preseason, first few games, identifies areas to improve

Blake Krantz September 21, 2015

[seamless-slider girls_soccer] by Blake Krantz Girls’ soccer, 0-1-2, has “come a long way” from the team’s first preseason game, benefitting from a “strong and effective back four” in the...

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