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- Track Meet Results
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- Wrestling Hosts First Event
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The Track teams participated in a freshman/sophomore meet held at the Reggie Lewis Track on Sunday, January 6. Several athletes placed in the top 12. On the Girls side, Danya Goldstein finished 3rd in the shot put with a throw … Continue reading
The MIAA recognized our Winter athletes with its Educational Athletics Achievement Award for Community Service in District A. The athletes collected food for the Newton Food Pantry at the beginning of the winter season. Rich Riley, MIAA Educational Athletics Director, … Continue reading
Our Alpine and Nordic athletes are facing tough conditions this winter so far. The lack of natural snow makes their training difficult. However, our resilient and dedicated students and coaches are preparing for the season by using the Newton South … Continue reading
The Wrestling team hosted their first event of the season last Friday (January 4). The team defeated Norwood and scored very close to Boston Latin and Excell Academy. Kudos to our team parents for bringing food and drinks to the … Continue reading
The Swim team excelled against Waltham last Friday (January 4). Both the Boys and the Girls teams defeated their opponents by a large margin. The Boys team also defeated Boston Latin this week (Tuesday, January 8). Both squads are ready … Continue reading
The Girls and Boys Gymnastics teams are having another stellar season—both teams are undefeated. The Girls team hosted Cambridge Rindge and Latin on Thursday, January 10, and won their meet with great performances by all athletes. The Boys team defeated … Continue reading
The Boys Ice Hockey team is coming off of another successful week, defeating both Saint Joseph Prep and Bedford High School. The team record is 6-1-1. The players return to the ice on Wednesday, January 16, when they’ll host Wayland … Continue reading
The Girls Ice Hockey team has an away game on Wednesday, January 16. The bus will pick up the Newton South players at 5:15pm.
Congratulations to Tove Goldstone for completing the US Equestrian Athlete Lettering Program. This program was developed to provide recognition for the accomplishments of young equestrians and to encourage their future involvement in the sport. US Equestrian recognizes the dedication of … Continue reading