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Plans for spring season push through despite delay due to COVID-19

Plans for spring season push through despite delay due to COVID-19

Griffin Bond April 9, 2020

North, as of right now, will have a spring sports season, despite delay due to the COVID-19 outbreak, but how the season will look for many different sports remains uncertain. The Massachusetts Interscholastic...

MIAA delays spring sports season due to coronavirus concerns

MIAA delays spring sports season due to coronavirus concerns

Griffin Bond March 12, 2020

The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) board of directors voted this afternoon to delay the start of the spring sports season until at least March 30 due to concerns over the...

Photo courtesy of Amy Winston

Softball ends historic season at Division 1 state semifinals

Will Kharfen June 21, 2017

Softball, 21-4, lost the state semifinal game at Taunton High School against Milford (24-1) 3-0, ending the Tigers’ historic season. After the Scarlet Hawks scored in both of the first two innings and...

Boys' baseball falls short in last inning comeback

Boys' baseball falls short in last inning comeback

Jake Forbes June 13, 2017

Baseball, 7-4, fell to Weymouth in a 5-2 loss Wednesday, May 3. “We made a few errors which can’t hurt us, but we couldn't get it going on offense which really hurt us,” said sophomore pitcher Justin...

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Softball wins division 1 North Championship for first time in program history

Jake Forbes June 13, 2017

Softball, 21-3, won the Division 1 North Final for the first time in school history last Sunday night, beating Billerica (15-9) 2-1 in a close match at Endicott College. Despite having pitched a complete...

Boys' volleyball falls to Needham in emotional game

Boys' volleyball falls to Needham in emotional game

Nichol Weylman-Farwell April 25, 2017

Number two ranked boys’ volleyball, 4-1, fell to number one ranked Needham on April 12 by a score of three sets to two. The contest was intense, with North rallying back from a deficit of 2-0, but ultimately...

Spring sports are held back due to weather, games rescheduled

Spring sports are held back due to weather, games rescheduled

Lucy Lu April 2, 2015

by Lucy Lu Spring sports have been off to a slow start, held back by the duration of record-setting snow and temperatures, while trying to find makeshift places to practice. Of all three seasons, spring...

Spring Awards night honors athletes

Spring Awards night honors athletes

The Newtonite June 3, 2014

by MacKenzie Silvia Spring Athletic Awards Night honored the achievements of this school's student-athletes May 27 in the auditorium. Principal Jennifer Price praised each spring team for making it into...

Senior Ezekial Francisco spikes the ball past a defender in a Tiger loss to Natick. Photo by Judith Gisbon-Okunieff.

Boys' volleyball off to strong start

The Newtonite April 29, 2014

by Adam Rabinowitz Boys’ volleyball has started the season off strong, currently holding a 7-2 record, according to senior Ezekial Francisco, a captain with senior Preston Yong. According to Francisco,...

Seniors play in last season at this school

The Newtonite June 6, 2012

by Kristian Lundberg Spring Athletic Awards Night brought out the usual congregation of student-athletes dressed either in orangish team spirit shirts or, for those more fashionably inclined, semi-semi-formal...

Boys' lacrosse comes up short in opener

The Newtonite April 4, 2012

by Jacob Schwartz Unable to maintain the power that it had in the first half, boys' lacrosse lost to Weston 6-4 Friday, in the season opener at Dickinson Stadium. Tied at three at halftime, the team lost...

Spring athletes earn awards

The Newtonite August 1, 2011

by Ryan Condon and Steven Michael Athletic Awards Night recognized the achievements of this school’s student-athletes May 31 in the auditorium. Athletic director Tom Giusti opened the ceremony with his...

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