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- Pre-Season Clinic for Girls Soccer
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- Summer Strength and Conditioning Clinic
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The Boston Soccer Academy Girls’ Pre-Season Clinic at Newton South, to be held Saturday, August 17–Wednesday, August 21, 5:30–7:30pm, will be directed by Ralph Ferrigno, former Tufts head coach and New England Soccer Hall of Fame inductee. See https://campscui.active.com/orgs/BostonSoccerCamps#/selectSessions/2566015.
The Help Light the Way campaign received a $50,000 donation from Newton Girls Youth Soccer. NGS President Justin Traxler and some rising soccer stars presented a check to the campaign to add lights to the Newton South stadium. Newton Mayor … Continue reading
The Summer Strength and Conditioning Clinic will take place at NSHS Monday, July 8–Monday, August 12. The clinic is run by Ryan Montemurro, our strength and conditioning coach, and the Marathon Physical Therapy staff. The training will occur Tuesdays, Wednesdays, … Continue reading
Congratulation to Sebastian Pike, this year’s Baseball Hamill Award recipient. Sebastian is a two-year varsity starter and the incoming captain.
The Spring Awards night was held on Tuesday, June 11, at 7pm. Thank you to the students, coaches, and families who were able to attend during this busy time of the year. On Sunday, May 26, during the school-wide awards … Continue reading
Unified Track (from coaches Strongin and Flynn): The UFT team had another terrific spring season. There were over 40 athletes participating on the team. The team competed against Newton North, Natick, Needham, and Wellesley and had a perfect 4-0 record. … Continue reading
Registration for Fall Sports is now open in FamilyID. Please sign up online by clicking on the light blue “Register Now” button on the Athletics page. Tryout schedules are also posted online. Please note that, in order to participate, students … Continue reading
Please support the Help Light the Way fundraising campaign to add lights to the Newton South stadium. All donations are tax-deductible. The purchase of lights for this project is dependent upon the generosity of our donors. To learn more or … Continue reading
The Boys Lacrosse team qualified for the South Sectional State tournament by finishing second in the DCL small division. They were seeded 16 in the South. They faced #1 seed Hingham High School on Monday night (June 3). Even though … Continue reading