Thanks to the college coaches who came out for open gym at NMH.
"NMH plays in arguably the toughest division in high school basketball, with a travel schedule that takes the team across the nation and a practice plan that is modeled after top-tier Division I basketball programs." Read more about NMH basketball and the Ivies in the Harvard Crimson: http://ow.ly/vH62g
The Boston Pops Young Artist Competition has selected Isabella DeHerdt '17 as one of its Top 20 Finalists. The Young Artist Competition receives auditions from talented high school students from all over Massachusetts who are instrumentalists, vocalists, in ensembles and bands, and represent all genres of music. The Finalists will now compete in live auditions at Symphony Hall for the chance to be a grand prize winner and perform with the Pops at Symphony Hall this summer.
In one of the most thrilling games at Crossley Field in recent memory, the softball Hoggers of NMH held strong through the blustery cold and stormed back from a late six-run deficit to win in extra innings on a breathtaking walk-off home run by Maddie Spencer-Orrell, '16.
On a blustery day where the wind played tricks on pitches and fly balls alike , the NMH softball Hoggers rose to the capricious challenge and earned an important 8-3 league victory against the perennial playoff contender Rhinos of Taft.
Champs! Congrats to Joe Wolfinger '05 and the Tokyo Excellence for winning the NBDL - National Basketball Development League championship! Joe was named one of the top 5 players in the league and was named the top center. Joe averaged 23 points per game and went for 14 points, 11 rebounds in the championship game!