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Football defeats Brookline, secure first win of the season

Maille O'Neil April 7, 2021

Football bounced back from a tough loss defeating Brookline 20-11 Saturday, March 20, at home. “This win was tough coming from the last game, which we lost,” said senior Chris Claflin, a captain...

Schechter leaves mark in North's athletic history after breaking diving record

Schechter leaves mark in North's athletic history after breaking diving record

Maxwell Lu December 9, 2020

Senior Jocelyn Schechter broke the six dive one-meter record with a score of 280.85 Monday, Nov. 2, against Natick. During her four years at North, Schechter cultivated a passion for diving. Highly...

Head coach Cristy Moore gives a pep talk before the game Saturday, Nov. 7. (photo by Ian Dickerman)

Field hockey shows promise despite tough loss in first playoff game

Anderson Free November 29, 2020

Field hockey fell to Brookline 7-3 Saturday, Nov. 7 at home. “We want to improve our possession skills and our use of the field,wanting to not play in the middle third and instead stretch the field,”...

Junior Rialto Janairo prepares to shoot against Needham in a 2-2 tie Thursday, Nov. 11 at home.

Final game for boys' soccer ends in tie

Mark Hemment November 22, 2020

Boys' soccer tied Needham 2-2, Nov. 11 at home after an aggressive start on the offensive side of the ball. In the first minutes of the game, sophomore Henry Bake, North’s goalie, saved a penalty...

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...

Girls' Swim defeats Milton in  virtual meet to stay undefeated

Girls' Swim defeats Milton in virtual meet to stay undefeated

Sophie Fredberg October 30, 2020

Girls’ swim won 99–84 against Milton Tuesday, Oct. 20 in a socially-distanced meet. Under the new COVID-19 regulations, both teams swam in their home pools and had no knowledge of the other team’s...

(photo by Ian Dickerman)

Girls' field hockey loses against Brookline in competitive, fast-paced match

Maxwell Lu October 29, 2020

Girls’ field hockey fell to Brookline 2-1 Tuesday, Oct. 20, at home, in a competitive, highly-defensive game. North dominated  possession throughout the game, but were unable to take advantage...

Tut leads boys' soccer to 1-0 win over Natick

Tut leads boys' soccer to 1-0 win over Natick

Mark Hemment October 28, 2020

Boys’ soccer beat Natick 1-0 Saturday, Oct. 17 at home, with junior Emerson Tut scoring the winning goal late in the second half. In the first half, North’s aggressive defense allowed them to double-team...

Quarterback Andrew Landry 20 throws a pass during last seasons Friday Night Lights game.

North announces two new coaches for upcoming year

Mark Hemment October 11, 2020

Assistant special education administrator Nicholas Capodilupo was named the interim head coach for the 2020-2021 NNHS football season, and health and wellness teacher Kristen Smith will fill the vacancy...

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...

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