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Girls' basketball loses to Natick

Girls' basketball loses to Natick

Emily Dhadly February 12, 2019

Girls’ basketball lost to Natick 62-43 at home last Friday night. In response to the countless turnovers, head coach Mo Hamel said that the team needs to work on their ball handling and “just executing...

Girls' basketball falls to Braintree in a low scoring performance

Girls' basketball falls to Braintree in a low scoring performance

Jake Forbes January 20, 2018

(Photo by Lilah Gentry) Girls’ basketball, 5-5, lost to Braintree 53-33 at home Friday night. “We’ve been struggling on offense all year, so it’s not a surprise to us that we were in this position...

Tiger basketball season ends with girls' team playoff loss

Tiger basketball season ends with girls' team playoff loss

Jake Forbes March 7, 2017

Girls’ Basketball, 17-3, lost their first playoff game 59-45, at home on Thursday night against city rivals Newton South. South seemed to have possession of the ball for most of the first quarter and...

Girls' basketball scores win against Needham at senior night

Girls' basketball scores win against Needham at senior night

Jake Forbes March 2, 2017

Girls’ basketball, 17-2, pulled off a much-needed win against Needham last Thursday, defeating their baystate rivals at home, 56-47. The win allowed North to hold at least a share of the Bay State Conference...

Girls' basketball battles back from tough start

Girls' basketball battles back from tough start

The Newtonite January 24, 2015

by Andrew Mannix Girls’ basketball, 5-5, winners of four of the last five, has struggled to be able to qualify for the State Tournament. To qualify for the State Tournament, the Tigers will have to...

Girls' basketball off to difficult start

Girls' basketball off to difficult start

The Newtonite December 22, 2014

by Andrew Mannix Coming into the season with a young team has been tough for girls’ basketball, 1-2, but the team is working hard to improve, according to junior Ednaija Lassiter, a captain with senior...

Senior captain Maddie Bledsoe shoots a free throw during the first half of yesterdays home playoff win against Bridgewater-Raynham. Photo by Judith Gibson-Okunieff.

Girls' basketball pushes further into tournament

The Newtonite February 26, 2014

by MacKenzie Silvia Girls’ basketball defeated Bridgewater-Raynham 66-10 in the first round of the MIAA State Tournament yesterday at home. Tomorrow, at 6:30 p.m., the team will take on Needham in...

Girls’ basketball starts undefeated

The Newtonite January 23, 2014

by MacKenzie Silvia Girls’ basketball, 7-0*, has  begun the season undefeated, which should pave the way for a successful season. The Tigers crushed South 72-28 Dec. 30 to keep their streak alive. Coach...

Junior Infiniti Thomas-Waheed sets to pass the ball at a recent game.

Unstoppable girls' basketball finishes off season with strong win

The Newtonite February 25, 2013

by Jacob Gurvis Girls’ basketball, 19-1, beat Norwood 66-35 in the final game of the regular season on Valentine’s Day, according to coach Linda Martindale. “The team played aggressive full-court...

Wraps: Team chemistry, new coach lead girls’ basketball to excel

The Newtonite June 6, 2012

by Kristian Lundberg Girls’ basketball’s season ended in the same way it did last year: a loss in the squad’s second tournament game. What a difference a year makes. Although the Tigers, 15-7, lost...

Girls' basketball survives after four-point Stoughton win

The Newtonite March 2, 2012

by Jacob Schwartz Girls’ basketball, 15-6, barely edged Stoughton in the first round of the tournament Wednesday, 49-45, at home. Senior Kayla Farina, a captain with senior Gracie Rolfe, said clutch...

Paper Tiger: Tournament looms for boys', girls' basketball

The Newtonite February 29, 2012

[media-credit name="Jacob Schwartz" align="alignright" width="300"][/media-credit]Senior Luke Westman and the rest of boys' basketball host Marshfield tomorrow in the first round of the State Tournament. Paper...

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