From the slopes to the courts, the 2023-2024 winter athletics season at Nobles was marked by impressive success, tenacity, and teamwork at all levels. Congratulations to all of the winter teams. Please see below for a recap of the accomplishments of Nobles teams at the varsity level.

Varsity Alpine Skiing


Overall Record: 25–23

ISL Record: 25–23


Overall Record: 36–0

ISL Record: 36–0

Highlight: Boys varsity alpine skiing finished fifth in the ISL and the girls captured the Class A NEPSAC Championship for the second consecutive year. Head coach Fred Hollister celebrated and concluded his final season leading the alpine skiing program for the past 30 years.

Boys Varsity Basketball

Overall Record: 5–20

ISL Record: 3–12

Highlight: Boys varsity basketball hosted more than 80 teams as a part of the New England Recruiting Report Scholar Roundball Classic and defeated long-time rival Belmont Hill 76-67 in the showcase.

Girls Varsity Basketball

Overall Record: 29–1

ISL Record: 12–0

Highlight: Girls varsity basketball won their 10th New England Championship in the last 12 years. Coach Alex Gallagher celebrated his 600th win and players Ashley Dinges ’25, Christina Pham ’25, Nasi Simmons ’24, and Jasmyn Cooper ’25 hit 1,000-point milestones.

Boys Varsity Hockey

Overall Record: 15–8–4

ISL Record: 9–3–2

Highlight: Boys varsity hockey was named ISL champions for the first time since 2015. 

Girls Varsity Hockey

Overall Record: 27–0–4

ISL Record: 10–0–2

Highlight: Girls varsity hockey capped an undefeated season and won the NEPSAC Championship in the Chuck Vernon (Elite) division. Coach Tom Resor also celebrated his 800th win.

Boys Varsity Squash

Overall Record: 12–10

ISL Record: 7–3

Highlight: Boys varsity squash won 70 percent of their matches and ended in a division higher in nationals and New England’s compared to last season.

Girls Varsity Squash

Overall Record: 8–9

ISL Record: 4–4

Highlight: Girls varsity squash finished fifth in the ISL, 8th in New England (Class B) and 16th in Division II at nationals.

Varsity Wrestling

Overall Record: 14–9

ISL Record: 9–3

Highlight: Twelve of 14 varsity wrestlers placed at the Graves/Kelsey Tournament, the ISL Championships.

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