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Boys hockey falls to Weymouth despite strong offensive effort

Boys’ hockey falls to Weymouth despite strong offensive effort

Anderson Free January 26, 2022

Boys’ hockey fell to Weymouth 7-4 Saturday, Jan. 22, at home, but showed improvement as the game progressed. “We definitely showed a lot more grit and hard work today,” said senior Griffin Bond,...

Boys' hockey seeks to improve after loss against Natick

Boys' hockey seeks to improve after loss against Natick

Anderson Free February 7, 2021

Boys’ hockey fell 7-0 to Natick Jan. 27, at home, in a tough, highly-defensive match.  According to senior Declan Chamberlain, a captain with senior Jake Urquiola, the team must improve their...

Boys' Hockey falls to Franklin 3-0 in third round of state tournament

Boys' Hockey falls to Franklin 3-0 in third round of state tournament

Blake Krantz March 14, 2016

by Blake Krantz Boys’ hockey fell 3-0 to Franklin in the third round of the state tournament Tuesday night, the end of a tournament run that “makes a statement for Newton North hockey” and the team’s...

Boys' Hockey defeats Braintree in double overtime, advances to semi-finals

Boys' Hockey defeats Braintree in double overtime, advances to semi-finals

Blake Krantz March 6, 2016

by Blake Krantz Boys’ hockey upset number one-seeded Braintree in the second round of the state tournament Saturday in double overtime on a goal by junior forward Pat Mullowney, who senior Dante Leone,...

Boys' Hockey advances to second round of state tournament

Boys' Hockey advances to second round of state tournament

Blake Krantz March 4, 2016

by Blake Krantz Boys’ hockey defeated King Phillip 3-1 in front of a large home crowd in the first round of the state tournament Wednesday night in Watertown to advance to the second round of the playoffs...

Boys' Hockey sees success, looks to qualify for state tournament

Boys' Hockey sees success, looks to qualify for state tournament

Blake Krantz January 20, 2016

by Blake Krantz Boys’ hockey, 6-2-2, has not lost in its last seven games and “has really come together as a unit and has been starting to have a lot more chemistry” as the season progresses, according...

Boys' hockey looks to replicate previous season's results

Boys' hockey looks to replicate previous season's results

Blake Krantz December 16, 2015

by Blake Krantz After qualifying for the state tournament for the first time in 18 years last season before losing in the second round, boys’ hockey will look to “win the Baystate” and “make a...

Boys' hockey reaches second round of State Tournament, performs best in 18 years

Boys' hockey reaches second round of State Tournament, performs best in 18 years

The Newtonite March 3, 2015

by Andrew Mannix Boys’ hockey, 14-6-3, saw its season come to an end following a 1-0 loss to fifth-seeded Duxbury in the second round of the State Tournament, in which they were the fourth seed. Had...

Boys' Hockey moves on in State Tournament after win

Boys' Hockey moves on in State Tournament after win

The Newtonite March 1, 2015

by Andrew Mannix Boys’ hockey, 14-5-3, defeated 13th seeded Natick, 8-9-4,  3-0 Thursday Feb. 26 in the first round of the State Tournament. Senior captain Thomas Gresser, a captain with seniors Matthew...

Boys' hockey qualifies for State Tournament for first time in 18 years

Boys' hockey qualifies for State Tournament for first time in 18 years

The Newtonite February 3, 2015

By Andrew Mannix Boys’ hockey, 9-4-3, qualified for the State Tournament for the first time in 18 years with a 3-0 defeat of Norwood Thursday night. It will be their first appearance in the tournament...

Boys' hockey looks towards State Tournament

Boys' hockey looks towards State Tournament

The Newtonite January 7, 2015

by Andrew Mannix Boys’ hockey, 4-0-3, is off to their best start in years and is well on its way to making the State Tournament for the first time since 1998. To make the tournament the Tigers must finish...

Boys' hockey intensifies, loses fears

The Newtonite February 1, 2012

by Jacob Schwartz While boys’ hockey’s style of play has not changed, the team has become more aggressive, coach Tom Ryan said. Ryan said he noticed this change when the Tigers, 5-7-2, came back to...

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