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Members of the girls swim and dive team before they compete at the state championship.

Girls’ swim and dive top off fun season with impressive eighth place finish at state championship

Kerri Huang December 2, 2022

Girls' swim and dive, 6-3, placed eighth at the MIAA state championship on Sunday, Nov. 13 with 160 points. Nine swimmers and one diver from North’s team competed against 15 other schools at the MIT...

Senior Steven Tan performs his routine on parallel bars.

Boys' Gymnastics wins MIAA State Championship for fifth consecutive year

Jeremy Frankel February 14, 2019

Boys’ gymnastics won the 2019 MIAA State Championship in the SOA last Friday night. “Two and a half months, and this is the show,” said Tom Steeves, a head coach with Bill Martin. “The team stepped...

Senior Steven Tan performs his routine on parallel bars.

Boys' Gymnastics wins MIAA state championship for fourth consecutive year

Nichol Weylman-Farwell February 12, 2018

Boys’ gymnastics, 9-0, won the 2018 MIAA State Championship at North on Friday with 182.60 points. Coach Bill Martin praised the team’s performance and claimed that they “really dominated” their...

Nordic Skiing at Notchview during the State Championship meet.

Nordic skiing finishes successful season

The Newtonite February 18, 2015

by MacKenzie Silvia Nordic skiing had its State Championship meet at Notchview Nordic Ski Center Wednesday, Feb. 11. The girls’ team finished the meet in 11th place, while the boys’ finished ninth. “Originally...

Boys' gymnastics prepares for the State Championship meet

Boys' gymnastics prepares for the State Championship meet

The Newtonite January 23, 2015

By MacKenzie Silvia Boys’ gymnastics, 2-1, needs "to work as a unit,” said head coach Bill Martin. “We have a lot of potential and we work hard,” said junior Vitaliy Kates, a captain with senior...

Dance performs at Friday Night Lights last week. Photo by Robin Donohoe.

Dance aims to repeat at State Championship

The Newtonite October 28, 2014

by MacKenzie Silvia Fall dance is eager for the State Championship on Nov. 15, said senior Maria Bilotta, a captain with juniors Sonia Ferre and Lexi Gershkowitz. Although the competitions have yet to...

Girls' indoor track enjoys dominating season, wins State Title

Girls' indoor track enjoys dominating season, wins State Title

The Newtonite March 2, 2014
Throughout the past 25 years, girls’ indoor track has enjoyed large success statewide . . .
Photo by Judith Gibson-Okunieff. See The Newtonites Facebook for more photos.

Boys' gymnastics finishes undefeated

The Newtonite February 24, 2014
Boys’ gymnastics finished its season undefeated, 6-0, and came in second by one-half of a point in the State . . .
Girls' Soccer triumphant in state championship

Girls' Soccer triumphant in state championship

The Newtonite November 20, 2013
Girls’ soccer defeated Minnechaug 1-0 Friday to capture the Division I State Championship title. The Tigers are State Champions for the first time since 1999.

Girls' volleyball to face Barnstable in State Finals

The Newtonite November 14, 2013
A year ago, girls’ volleyball walked off the court following a heartbreaking 3-1 loss to Barnstable in the State Finals. Saturday, the Tigers will have a shot at redemption as they take on the Raiders in a rematch of last year’s championship.

Girls' volleyball advances to state final with 3-0 win over Concord-Carlisle

The Newtonite November 14, 2013
Girls' volleyball became the latest Tiger squad to advance to the State Championship last night with a 3-0 win over Concord-Carlisle. The Tigers will face Barnstable for the title Wednesday at Canton High. The Tigers fell to Barnstable 3-1 last year in the final.

Boys’ cross country runner participates in States

The Newtonite November 23, 2011
by Gloria Li According to senior Justin Keefe, the Tigers’ goal was to send the entire team to States as opposed to merely a few individuals, as they have in the past.
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