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Ethan Ou 21 receives the 52nd annual Hamill Award outside Newton City Hall Thursday, July 8. Left to right Hamill Award Committee Chair Elliott Loew, Newton North pitcher Ethan Ou, Mayor Ruthanne Fuller, Parks and Recreation Commissioner Nicole Banks. (Photo Courtesy of Ethan Ou)

Ethan Ou '21 wins 52nd Annual Hamill Award

The Newtonite July 24, 2021

By Griffin Bond Ethan Ou ‘21 received the 52nd Annual Hamill Award, given to the best high school baseball player in the city of Newton, Thursday, July 8 in front of city hall. The Hamill Award...

Baseball defeats Framingham, dominates with both hitting, pitching

Baseball defeats Framingham, dominates with both hitting, pitching

Anderson Free June 20, 2021

Baseball defeated Framingham 11-3 Friday, May 28, led by their hitting and pitching performances from stand out players. Junior Jack Sokhos-Drude, the starting pitcher, stymied the Framingham offense,...

(Photo by Rachel Kurlandsky)

Boys' Lacrosse dominates Braintree, looks towards state tournament

Zach Kwon June 20, 2021

Boys’ lacrosse defeated Braintree 14-2 on Wednesday, May 25, with a dominant offensive performance. “It was truly a full team effort as every player on the roster made contributions,” said special...

Joe Siciliano (file photo)

Siciliano leaves legacy of support, hard work

Maxwell Lu September 16, 2020

“I always said he was probably going to die on the baseball field, coaching,” said math teacher Brandon Mogayzel about his colleague in the math department Joe Siciliano, who retired more than 50...

Plans for spring season push through despite delay due to COVID-19

Plans for spring season push through despite delay due to COVID-19

Griffin Bond April 9, 2020

North, as of right now, will have a spring sports season, despite delay due to the COVID-19 outbreak, but how the season will look for many different sports remains uncertain. The Massachusetts Interscholastic...

Softball blows out Wellesley, remains undefeated

Softball blows out Wellesley, remains undefeated

Jeremy Frankel May 13, 2019

Softball beat Wellesley 12-1 at home on Monday, April 29. Senior Jordan Jasset pitched the whole game, giving up just three hits and recording five strikeouts. “I think Jordan did a really great job,”...

Boys lacrosse wins Suburban Championship, retains Adam London Trophy

Boys lacrosse wins Suburban Championship, retains Adam London Trophy

Griffin Bond May 7, 2019

Boys lacrosse defeated Waltham 10-2, winning the annual Suburban Cup game at Dickinson field on Thursday, Apr. 18. The Suburban Cup, an annual game played between Waltham and North, was renamed after...

Boys' tennis defeats Milton

Boys' tennis defeats Milton

Nichol Weylman-Farwell May 6, 2019

by Nichol Weylman-Farwell Boys’ tennis defeated Milton 5-0 at home last Monday. According to senior Ben Archer, a captain with senior David Arango, the team put in a “dominant” performance, as...

Baseball loses to Walpole, looks to improve on offense

Baseball loses to Walpole, looks to improve on offense

Jake Forbes May 14, 2018

Baseball, 5-7, lost to Walpole 3-0 at home last Wednesday in a game where North struggled to get anything going on offense. The first half inning of the game started off well for the Tigers, in part because...

Girls' lacrosse falls to Braintree, struggles to maintain positive attitude

Girls' lacrosse falls to Braintree, struggles to maintain positive attitude

Jake Forbes May 3, 2018

Girls’ lacrosse, 5-5, lost to Braintree 19-6 at home Tuesday evening. “Once Braintree jumped out to an early lead, it became a lot harder to keep a positive attitude on the field,” said senior Carmen...

Boys' volleyball defeats Framingham three sets to none

Boys' volleyball defeats Framingham three sets to none

Nichol Weylman-Farwell April 27, 2018

Photo by Joelle Sugianto Boys’ volleyball, 6-2, defeated Framingham three sets to none at home on Wednesday. According to senior Kevin Seuch, a captain along with seniors Chris Gavris, Henry Johnson,...

Photo courtesy of Amy Winston

Softball ends historic season at Division 1 state semifinals

Will Kharfen June 21, 2017

Softball, 21-4, lost the state semifinal game at Taunton High School against Milford (24-1) 3-0, ending the Tigers’ historic season. After the Scarlet Hawks scored in both of the first two innings and...

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