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The Tigers celebrate with the Doc Cohn Memorial trophy

Football defeats Waltham in annual Doc Cohn Memorial game

Gavi Berkman September 13, 2023

Football outplayed Waltham on both sides of the ball in its opening game, taking a comfortable 39-21 victory at home Friday, Sept. 8. The win meant the Tigers took home the Doc Cohn Memorial trophy, which...

Boys' soccer loses to Framingham, ends playoff run

Boys' soccer loses to Framingham, ends playoff run

Nichol Weylman-Farwell November 18, 2019

Boys’ soccer lost 3-1 to Framingham in the MIAA Division I Sectional quarterfinal on November 7th. After an upset win against second-ranked East Boston, the loss to Framingham “was tough,” according...

(Photo by Ian Dickerman)

Field Hockey reflects on improvements

Yesha Thakkar November 16, 2019

Field hockey, 7-7-4, “saw their best playing” near the end of the season, according to senior Jen Buras, a captain with seniors Gabrielle Gilpin, and Yunah Jang, and Darcy Rougeaux.  “We’ve...

Seniors Caroline Alexander and Kayla Rigoli go up to the net for a block during the quarterfinals of the MIAA Central/East Division. Photo by Ian Dickerman

Girls' volleyball falls in the sectional semi-final to Boston Latin

The Newtonite November 8, 2019

Article by Griffin Bond, Jeremy Frankel, Jake Forbes, and Nichol-Weylman Farwell Girls’ volleyball fell to Boston Latin 3-2 on Wednesday in the MIAA Central/East Division Semi-Final. Despite the loss,...

Girls volleyball celebrates after a win. (Photo by Joelle Sugianto.)

Girls' volleyball makes playoffs, hope to return to State Finals

Nichol Weylman-Farwell November 6, 2019

A handful of returning players have stepped up for girls' volleyball, 14-1, compensating for the loss of seven graduates, including Chelsea Simmons '19 and Ashley Wang '19. North, ranked first heading...

Tiger statues, trees to be built for Main Street

Tiger statues, trees to be built for Main Street

David Feng March 25, 2019

Encased in an 11 by 8-foot glass case, three 3D printed tigers in front of a 79-inch tree will be displayed on Main Street sometime in 2020. The middle tiger will stand 41inches tall, while the two...

Senior Filippo Menozzi lunges for the ball. (Photo by Joelle Sugianto)

Boys' soccer loses to Brookline in first round of playoffs

Jake Forbes November 6, 2018

Boys’ soccer fell to Brookline 3-2 last Friday in the first round of the MIAA North Sectional playoffs. Brookline struck first to take a 1-0 lead late in the first half. “It’s tough to be down in...

Field Hockey celebrates after a win. (Photo courtesy of NNHS Athletics)

Field hockey defeats Milton, beats previous record

Jake Forbes October 1, 2018

Field hockey defeated Milton 1-0 at home last Wednesday in their annual under the lights game. “The win definitely helped us restore some confidence,” said head coach Kristy Moore. Junior Gabby Gilpin...

Golf defeats Needham in tight match

Golf defeats Needham in tight match

Nichol Weylman-Farwell September 25, 2018

Golf defeated Needham 104-100 in an away match on Monday that senior Sean Fitzgerald, a captain with senior Andrew Hass, described as “the team’s best overall performance of the season.” Fitzgerald...

Photo by Joelle Sugianto

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...

Baseball loses to Walpole, looks to improve on offense

Baseball loses to Walpole, looks to improve on offense

Jake Forbes May 14, 2018

Baseball, 5-7, lost to Walpole 3-0 at home last Wednesday in a game where North struggled to get anything going on offense. The first half inning of the game started off well for the Tigers, in part because...

Girls' lacrosse falls to Braintree, struggles to maintain positive attitude

Girls' lacrosse falls to Braintree, struggles to maintain positive attitude

Jake Forbes May 3, 2018

Girls’ lacrosse, 5-5, lost to Braintree 19-6 at home Tuesday evening. “Once Braintree jumped out to an early lead, it became a lot harder to keep a positive attitude on the field,” said senior Carmen...

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