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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,...

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...

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...

Boys' baseball falls short in last inning comeback

Boys' baseball falls short in last inning comeback

Jake Forbes June 13, 2017

Baseball, 7-4, fell to Weymouth in a 5-2 loss Wednesday, May 3. “We made a few errors which can’t hurt us, but we couldn't get it going on offense which really hurt us,” said sophomore pitcher Justin...

Baseball plays well, hopes to make Super 8 tournament

Baseball plays well, hopes to make Super 8 tournament

The Newtonite May 26, 2015

by Adam Rabinowitz Baseball, 15-5, has been having a very successful season thus far, highlighted by comeback wins over Norwood and Wellesley. According to senior Theo Resnick, a captain with seniors Curtis...

Baseball tops Braintree, wins State Tournament

Baseball tops Braintree, wins State Tournament

The Newtonite June 9, 2014

by Jacob Gurvis and Jonny Levenfeld After posting a 19-1 regular season record and landing the top seed in the inaugural Super 8 tournament, the expectations were high for baseball. Today, with a 6-2...

Senior captain Alex Joyce digs in at the plate against Catholic Memorial yesterday . Photo by Judith Gibson-Okunieff.

Baseball tops Catholic Memorial in 14 innings

The Newtonite May 30, 2014

by Connor Vasu For 14 innings, boys' baseball and Catholic Memorial had been locked in a tight battle with neither side giving in. Finally, in the bottom of the 14th inning, senior Johnny Little singled...

Behind strong pitching, defense, boys' baseball remains undefeated

Behind strong pitching, defense, boys' baseball remains undefeated

The Newtonite April 30, 2014

by Jacob Gurvis Despite cold and undesirable weather conditions through much of April, boys’ baseball, 7-0, has been very hot so far this season. The Tigers’ pitching and defense have been excellent...

Math teacher Joe Siciliano to be inducted into Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame

Math teacher Joe Siciliano to be inducted into Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame

The Newtonite January 24, 2013

by Jacob Gurvis For almost three decades, math teacher Joe Siciliano has been coaching varsity baseball and junior varsity basketball at this school. This Saturday, Siciliano, nicknamed “Joe Sic,”...

JV baseball achieves winning record against tough competition

The Newtonite June 6, 2012

by Jacob Schwartz “Our hard work paid off,” said coach Rob Greenfield, describing JV baseball’s 11-9 season. “We were able to compete with teams that had more talent than us.” The team’s defense...

Tigers make States, fall in preliminaries

The Newtonite August 1, 2011

by Kristian Lundberg Baseball’s season ended Thursday when the Tigers lost at Malden Catholic 16-4. An impressive four-game winning streak near the end of the season earned the team a spot in the postseason,...

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