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Hard work pays off for boys' swim

David Feng February 14, 2020

Boys’ swim placed sixth in the two-part Bay State Conference Championship, at North Jan. 28, and at Brookline Jan. 29. “They put in a lot of hard work and effort in this season, and this is the...

Girls' swim and dive finish season strong

The Newtonite November 26, 2013

by Adam Rabinowitz Girls’ swim and dive finished off its season Sunday, Nov. 17, with a fourth place finish at States. According to senior Irina Rojas, a captain with senior Monica Kieff, the team’s...

Boys' swimming loses to Brookline in close meet

The Newtonite January 16, 2013

by Adam Rabinowitz Boys’ swimming and diving, 5-1, lost 93-91 to Brookline at home Thursday, Jan. 11 in a very close meet in which either team could have won, according to coach Ryan Rich. Rich said...

New school record opens boys' swim season

The Newtonite December 12, 2012

by David Kwartler Boys’ swimming and diving opened its new season with a 99-81 victory against Belmont at home Friday. A highlight of the meet was when senior Austen Young set a school record in the...

New routine prevents injuries for girls' swimming

The Newtonite October 27, 2012

by Jay Feinstein Injuries are an inevitable part of almost every sports season. However, additional workouts with volunteer coach Jen Brickey, led girls’ swimming and diving, 5-4, to a season with fewer...

Girls' swim defeats Mount Alvernia Friday in season opener

The Newtonite September 11, 2012

by Jay Feinstein In what may be the third to last opener of fall girls’ swimming and diving, the Tigers defeated Mount Alvernia Friday, 99-82. A number of new swimmers and divers contributed to the...

Editorial: Swimming should be graduation requirement

The Newtonite May 4, 2012

[media-credit name="Nina Kaplan" align="alignright" width="182"][/media-credit]Freshman Thomas Maguire free throws from the diving boards during Freshman Core Physical Education. Swimming should be a graduation...

Swimmers face Mount Alvernia tonight

The Newtonite October 28, 2011

[media-credit name="Nina Kaplan" align="alignleft" width="300"][/media-credit]Freshman Jessie Powers swims the butterfly Wednesday, Oct. 19 against Dedham. by Jay Feinstein Tonight, in the last meet...

Tigers defeat Dedham, swimmers try new events

The Newtonite October 20, 2011

Photos by Jay Feinstein and Nina Kaplan by Jay Feinstein At home Tuesday, the Tigers defeated Dedham, 96-80, bringing their record to 5-3-1. As a result of the meet, now, the Tigers have a winning record. A...

Girls’ swim benefits from experienced members

The Newtonite September 30, 2011

by Jay Feinstein Graduating just five seniors at the end of last year, girls’ swimming and diving, 2-1-1, starts its season with an optimistic attitude, according to coach Kirsten Tuohy. Losing a minimal...

Girls' swimming defeats Braintree

The Newtonite September 28, 2011

by Jay Feinstein Girls' swimming and diving, 2-1-1, defeated Braintree 84-99 Tuesday Sept. 28. "Having a win in our home pool is always exciting," said senior Hunter Hedenberg, a captain with senior Veronica...

Co-ed Norwood defeats Tigers in season opener

The Newtonite September 15, 2011

by Jay Feinstein In its season opener Tuesday, Sept. 13, girls’ swimming and diving lost against Norwood, 99-87. “It was a good meet, despite the loss” said senior Veronica Ingham, a captain with...

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