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Boys' soccer shows potential in tie against Framingham

Boys' soccer shows potential in tie against Framingham

Mark Hemment September 24, 2021

Boys’ soccer tied Framingham 1-1 Tuesday, Sept. 14, at home in a competitive back and forth match. In the first half, North was aggressive on both sides of the ball and maintained pressure on Framingham’s...

Boys soccer practices at the Lowell fields.

Boys' soccer loses to Wellesley

Griffin Bond September 29, 2019

Boys’ soccer loss to Wellesley 4-2 on Tuesday at home. “We play in a league that is pretty difficult,” said special education teacher Roy Dow, the head coach. “Games are decided on mistakes and...

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Boys’ Soccer outlasts Natick in win

Nichol Weylman-Farwell September 21, 2018

Boys’ soccer defeated Natick on Thursday at home by a score of 2-1, adding to their 4-0-0 undefeated record. Senior Filippo Menozzi, a captain along with seniors Ethan Coomber and Sam Meiselman, noted...

Boys' Soccer Under the Lights match finishes in tie

Boys' Soccer Under the Lights match finishes in tie

Will Kharfen October 24, 2017

Boys’ soccer, 6-5-5, tied Braintree, 6-5-5, by a score of 1-1 that was close to the very end, showing off the Tigers’ “strong mentality” said senior Alex Crystal, a captain with senior Adrian Scott. With...

Boys' soccer credits improved 'mentality' to hard fought win over Wellesley

Boys' soccer credits improved 'mentality' to hard fought win over Wellesley

Will Kharfen October 10, 2017

Boys’ soccer, 3-3-2, defeated Wellesley, 5-2-1, 1-0 last Thursday afternoon at Lowell Ave. Field in a match that required “discipline” and “effort” to defeat a strong Raiders’ team, according...

Boys' soccer plays for pride after failing to qualify for State Tournament

Boys' soccer plays for pride after failing to qualify for State Tournament

The Newtonite October 26, 2014

by Jonny Levenfeld Last year, while girls’ soccer rode an undefeated regular season all the way to a State Championship, boys’ soccer fell short of the Tournament in what proved to be yet another frustrating...

Boys' soccer falls short of tournament after frustrating season

The Newtonite October 29, 2013

by Jacob Gurvis Boys’ soccer, 4-8-4, has had a slightly disappointing season, according to coach Roy Dow. The Tigers are out of playoff contention, having been unable to turn it around after a slow start....

Record does not show team's skill, hard work for boys' soccer

The Newtonite September 24, 2013

by Jacob Gurvis Boys’ soccer, 2-3-1, has played well so far, but has work to do, according to coach Roy Dow. When the Tigers have played well, they have “moved the ball quickly through the midfield,”...

JV boys' soccer develops, prepares for future

The Newtonite November 5, 2012

by Jacob Schwartz JV boys’ soccer, 5-6-3, improved both at practice and during games, according to junior Mac Hecht, a captain with junior George Antonakas. “We played really well as a team when we...

Despite large team, freshman boys' soccer finishes positive season

The Newtonite November 5, 2012

by Jacob Schwartz Large team size proved positive as well as a challenge for freshman boys’ soccer, 5-6-3, according to coach Tom Barry. Currently, players cannot be cut from the freshman team, a controversial...

Boys' soccer ties against Brookline

The Newtonite October 24, 2012

  by Jacob Schwartz One questionable penalty call ended up costing boys’ soccer, 2-7-4, a win in its 1-1 tie against Brookline at Skyline field Wednesday, according to senior Andrew Leaper. In...

Penalty kick prevents loss against Natick

The Newtonite October 2, 2012

by Jacob Schwartz Although the Red Hawks outplayed the Tigers, a penalty kick in the final minutes of the game helped boys’ soccer, 2-4-2, attain a 1-1 tie against Natick Thursday. Natick earned a...

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