Here is the first episode of UStangs_Sports Talk Podcast with UStangs Sports Reporters Joe Spadorcia and Michael Curley. In this episode the guys look back on the Fall sports teams and how the finished their season. They also discuss the future of these teams in years to come.
This year boys soccer switched from the Bay State League to the Tri-Valley League, finishing the season with a record of 4-13-1. The captains were junior Anthony Marchant, senior Valter Santiago, and senior Julyanny Peguro and later adding junior Tj Fehm, junior Jayden Ryan, and senior Finn Kelley; they held the team to high standards and kept them motivated. Norwood won against Millis (3-0), Stoughton (3-1), Ashland (3-1), and Bellingham (1-0). Goalie Valter Santiago kept th
This year, girls varsity volleyball finished the season 3-17. They were made up of a team of 9 seniors, 2 juniors, 2 sophomores and 2 freshman. Even though losing 17 games they brought many of these teams to the 5th set which proves their record didn't show how the team really was. The girls team lost a lot of key players from last year which means they had a young team, who gains experience for the season next year. Seniors Marissa Jurgelewicz, Jenny King (Captain), Daniell
This year the girls soccer team was switched from Bay State to Tri Valley finishing the season 2-16-0. The switch lead to a stronger competition for Norwood but they handled it. Some schools that were faced were more skilled than teams that were ever played by before. The team started off trying to find their rhythm game after game the girls team got better and better. Even when they played one team, the second time around playing them they greatly improved. With the improvem
The first Ustangs athlete of the week, senior captain Jenny King. One of 9 seniors, she has led the NHS girls volleyball team to beating Dedham, Medfield, and Bellingham, while also taking many impressive teams to five sets. Alongside junior Jasmine James, King has evidently been vital for the Mustangs on defense as well as hitting for offense. The captain leads a young team with 2 starting sophomores and even 2 starting freshman at many games.