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The Tigers hoist the trophy up high after the match.

Football defeats Brookline in annual Thanksgiving Day rivalry game

Anderson Free December 12, 2022

Football trounced Brookline 41-13 in the 127th annual Thanksgiving Day Game at home. After last year's defeat, Barry House Dean Nick Capodilupo, the head coach, said this victory was especially meaningful...

Boys' swimming loses to Brookline in close meet

The Newtonite January 16, 2013
by Adam Rabinowitz Boys’ swimming and diving, 5-1, lost 93-91 to Brookline at home Thursday, Jan. 11 in a very close meet in which either team could have won, according to coach Ryan Rich.

Guest column: Tigers, Warriors clash in annual Thanksgiving game

The Newtonite November 19, 2012
by Josh Slavin, Sagamore sports editor Since 1894, before mass production of automobiles and the Wright brothers' flight, Brookline High School and Newton North High School have squared off on the football field, making it one of the oldest rivalries in the nation.

Hoping to avenge last year's loss, Tigers prepare to host Brookline

The Newtonite November 16, 2012
by Kristian Lundberg When the Tigers host the Warriors in the 118th rendition of the Thanksgiving Day rivalry, the Tigers will have revenge squarely in mind.

Warriors' ground attack overpowers Tigers 32-19 in Turkey Day rout

The Newtonite November 25, 2011
by Kristian Lundberg Fifteen minutes after the final whistle, nothing could wipe the smile off of Brookline senior Stephen O’Neal’s face. “I HATE Newton North. I hate ‘em. Make sure you spell that with all-caps in the newspaper,” he said, grinning broadly.

Boys’ soccer falls in slugfest

The Newtonite November 23, 2011
by Kristian Lundberg “It’s a game of chess. We’re going to beat them at a game of chess,” Brookline coach Jeff Katz said in his pregame speech. “They’re playing without their best players. They’re not happy to be here.”

Brookline exacts revenge against Tigers in heated 1-0 tournament thriller

The Newtonite November 9, 2011
by Kristian Lundberg Twenty minutes into boys’ soccer’s preliminary round match at Brookline, the “beautiful game” turned ugly. After the ruckus cleared and order was restored, the night grew even uglier for the Tigers.

Boys' cross country falls to defending state champion Brookline

The Newtonite October 26, 2011
by Gloria Li Members of boys’ cross country, despite suffering a 20-41 loss to Brookline at home today, made personal records.

Boys' soccer can't find breakthrough in scoreless draw against Brookline

The Newtonite October 21, 2011
by Kristian Lundberg The match was much more exciting than the scoreboard suggested. Although scoreless draws tend to be the bane of a soccer fan's existence, the significant crowd at Dickinson Stadium was treated to an intense soccer match that had a playoff atmosphere between two bitter rivals.

Brookline shuts out Tigers 1-0 Thursday

The Newtonite September 27, 2011
by Kristian Lundberg The Tigers’ most brilliant offensive play against Brookline was one that did not count. Unfortunately for the Tigers, all of their missed opportunities did.

Tigers edge Brookline

The Newtonite August 1, 2011
by Gloria Li Boys’ tennis, 8-7, June 3 experienced its most exciting moment of the season by “beating Brookline 3-2 in order to make it into the State Tournament after losing to them earlier in the season 4-1,” said senior Eric Krasnow, the captain.
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