Girls’ Tennis looks to improve after County tournaments

The girls’ tennis team played in the Mercer County Tennis Tournament on Monday, September 24th, and Wednesday, September 28th.  The tournament was held in Mercer County Park, where the girls played in the first and second rounds, as well as the quarterfinals. The tournament is split into two sections—the main draw and the back draw. …

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Schmid: giving her all on and off the field

            In a place like WW-P, achieving a healthy balance between academics, extracurriculars, and social life is difficult, but for senior Emily Schmid, it seems effortlessly natural.  Scouted to George Washington University for soccer her sophomore year, she’s worked hard for what she has and isn’t letting the senioritis kick …

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First time player Kellan Cupid contributes to undermanned football team

    Kellan Cupid is nothing short of an anomaly.  Despite being a full-fledged actor and a member of the school’s dance team, Cupid decided to join North’s football team—in his last year of high school.   “I’ve always wanted to do football, but senior year was my first opportunity to do it,” Cupid said. …

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Mrs. Serughetti retires from coaching girl’s lacrosse, leaves lasting legacy

By: Shaun Robinson   For the past 15 seasons, Beth Serughetti has been the coach of the North girl’s lacrosse team.  She is retiring this year, bringing an end to her incredibly successful coaching career. This decision to step down from head coach, Serughetti described, was mainly due to the significant time commitment that the …

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