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Thinking Outside The Batters Box is a blog about baseball published every week.

Red Sox legend David Ortiz calls it quits after 2016 season

The Newtonite December 8, 2015

by Jacob Gurvis The day that all Boston Red Sox fans have been dreading is now upon us. The beloved David Ortiz has announced that he will be retiring after the 2016 season. “Big Papi” has been a fan-favorite...

Photo by Josh Shub-Seltzer.

Letter to the editor: It's time to say goodbye

The Newtonite September 11, 2015

Dear North community, It’s time to say goodbye… It was a good time, it was the best time (well, sometimes), however, 29 years is a long time. It’s just a little more than a third of my lifetime....

Football coach Peter Capodilupo talks at the Newton/Rotary Awards. Photo by MacKenzie Silvia.

Coach "Cappy" retires after 31 years of leading North football

The Newtonite December 4, 2014

by MacKenzie Silvia “Coaching is really like teaching, but it’s in an open classroom. Athletics, drama, and music are all tied into the academic experience,” said football coach Peter Capodilupo,...

Football beats Brookline on Thanksgiving

Football beats Brookline on Thanksgiving

The Newtonite December 1, 2014

by MacKenzie Silvia Football ended its season on a high note after a 41-13 win over Brookline on Thanksgiving at Dickinson Stadium. The Tigers’ 9-2 record was good enough to help them clinch the Bay...

Football faces Brookline tomorrow

Football faces Brookline tomorrow

The Newtonite November 26, 2014

by MacKenzie Silvia Tomorrow, football faces Brookline in the 120th edition of the annual Thanksgiving rivalry.  Newton North, 8-2, will face the Warriors, 4-6, in hopes of keeping their domination...

Thinking Outside The Batters Box is a blog about baseball published every week.

End of an era: Jeter to retire after 2014, will join impressive group of retired stars

The Newtonite March 18, 2014

by Jacob Gurvis Not very often in sports do we pause to appreciate the talent and legacy of our athletes. In baseball, “generations” of players come and go, but it is important to acknowledge the...

Cheryll Lane gives individual attention to students

The Newtonite June 6, 2012

[media-credit name="courtesy Cheryll Lane" align="alignnone" width="300"][/media-credit]courtesy Cheryll Lane “I will miss the camaraderie, kindness and support of my colleagues,” said math teacher...

Hilda Karp adds energy, wisdom to Language Lab

The Newtonite June 6, 2012

[media-credit name="Maliha Ali" align="alignright" width="300"][/media-credit]“I loved when students came up years later after they were in college. I could see that this school had given them such a...

James D’Orazio loves school’s unique atmosphere

The Newtonite June 6, 2012

[media-credit name="Nina Kaplan" align="alignright" width="243"][/media-credit]“I have traveled the country, and everywhere I have gone, people have heard of Newton North, so I feel really proud to have...

Ann Snow holds numerous positions at this school

The Newtonite June 6, 2012

by Malini Gandhi From organizing “Girl Talk” chats over popcorn with the female special education students to working as a history aide, for over two decades, Ann Snow demonstrated her ability to engage...

Betsey Scharlack enjoys learning from her classes

The Newtonite June 6, 2012

by Gloria Li [media-credit name="Jay Feinstein" align="alignright" width="287"][/media-credit]“The students generally were, and continue to be, wonderful, enthusiastic, conscientious and fun to have...

Bill O’Neill inspires student culinary achievement

The Newtonite June 6, 2012

[media-credit name="Leah Budson" align="alignright" width="200"][/media-credit]“My students’ success has always been the measure of my success,” said culinary arts teacher Bill O’Neill. by Alex...

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