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Football falls to Natick in disappointing yet thrilling Friday Night Lights game

Football falls to Natick in disappointing yet thrilling Friday Night Lights game

Gavi Berkman October 28, 2022

The 'Friday Night Lights' crowd made themselves heard no matter what occurred on the field. Football had some encouraging moments, but ultimately suffered a hard 49-19 loss to Natick Friday, Oct. 14,...

Volleyball defeats Natick with strong individual performances

Volleyball defeats Natick with strong individual performances

Gavi Berkman October 21, 2022

Girls' volleyball defeated Natick Tuesday, Oct. 11, at home, in a match where North used their passion and grit to dominate.  "All the girls were really going for it,” said Nile Fox, the head coach....

Tut leads boys' soccer to 1-0 win over Natick

Tut leads boys' soccer to 1-0 win over Natick

Mark Hemment October 28, 2020

Boys’ soccer beat Natick 1-0 Saturday, Oct. 17 at home, with junior Emerson Tut scoring the winning goal late in the second half. In the first half, North’s aggressive defense allowed them to double-team...

Boys basketball struggles in home loss against Natick

Boys basketball struggles in home loss against Natick

Arjun Shatkin February 9, 2020

Boys’ basketball lost to Natick 48-63 at home last Friday, Jan. 31 after the team “got out hustled, outplayed, outcoached, out-toughed, and everything across the board,” as special education teacher...

Girls' gymnastics edges past Natick in close win

Girls' gymnastics edges past Natick in close win

Griffin Bond January 26, 2020

Girls’ gymnastics defeated Natick 133.5-133.35 in a close meet in the SOA last Tuesday, Jan. 14. “This was truly a team effort today.” said head coach Jessica Morrison, “We knew that the Natick...

Field hockey loses to Natick under the lights

Field hockey loses to Natick under the lights

Jeremy Frankel October 28, 2019

Field hockey fell to Natick 7-0 at home last Thursday in their annual under the lights game. Natick dominated the ball for most of the first half as North’s offense struggled to string together long...

Girls' Cross Country falls to Milton and Natick in competitive meet

Girls' Cross Country falls to Milton and Natick in competitive meet

Nichol Weylman-Farwell October 12, 2018

Girls’ Cross Country, 1-7, lost against Milton and Natick at Coldspring Park on Wednesday, in  a “tough” meet during a “rebuilding period,” according to senior Iman Sayeed, a captain along with...

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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...

Senior Brett Stanton defends a Natick forward during the Tigers 109-52 win over the Red Hawks.

Boys' basketball starts the season hot

The Newtonite December 22, 2014

by MacKenzie Silvia Boys’ basketball, 3-0, has started the season strong, including a 109-52 home win over Natick at home Friday. The Tigers' demolition of Natick demonstrated their lethal offense,...

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...

Strong performances lead boys' cross country to first victory

The Newtonite September 18, 2012

by Jacob Schwartz Boys’ cross country, 1-0, swept its first race of the season Wednesday with Tiger runners taking the top three positions, outscoring Milton and Natick, 17-43 and 17-47 respectively. “Although...

Girls' cross country beats Natick, Milton to kick off its season

The Newtonite September 18, 2012

by Ryan Condon Beating Natick 22-40 and Milton by a perfect score of 15-50, girls’ cross country, 2-0, kicked off its season well in a combined meet Wednesday, according to senior Caroline Loftus, a...

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