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Much too early reactions to the NBA award race

Much too early reactions to the NBA award race

Mark Suchy, Sports Editor

February 6, 2019


Filed under Sports

NBA Champion: This is the sad reality of an anti-ambiguous National Basketball Association (NBA). The Eastern Conference is a complete laughing stock when compared to their “mighty” big brother of the West. Granted, the East has a few teams that will make some noise and help to make an event...

Fall sports experience unparalleled success

Fall sports experience unparalleled success

Will Amos, Online Editor

February 6, 2019


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Football: JV Football had a strong 2018 season finishing with an undefeated record. “We brought in Coach Turnbaugh this year and practiced different formations other than the one we normally use, and we gained a lot of chemistry,” Chris Peddicord (’21) said. “A highlight of the season ha...

Allied soccer emphasizes sportsmanship at Pumpkin Bowl

Allied soccer emphasizes sportsmanship at Pumpkin Bowl

Jen Barranco, Reporter

February 6, 2019


Filed under Showcase, Sports

On Oct. 29 at Franklin High School, Allied Soccer teams from Baltimore County competed at the 24 annual Pumpkin Bowl. The Pumpkin Bowl is a celebration of the end of the Allied Soccer season. Beginning at 5:30 p.m., teams played a round robin tournament. Each game was twenty minutes and each team played...

FCA experiences an increase in club membership

Chloe Parker, Reporter

February 6, 2019


Filed under Sports

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) club has touched many lives at Hereford, and this year, with a drastic increase in membership, it has been able to reach so many more. Math teacher Bobby Aitken’s room went from having only a few students to maxing out the room’s capacity with about...

Emily Konkus races to keep Hereford’s legacy

Emily Konkus races to keep Hereford’s legacy

Jen Barranco, Social Media Coordinator

December 10, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Three-season athlete, Emily Konkus, is finishing up her senior year with hopes to once again be the individual State Champion for cross-country. The cross-country team has won States for the last three years. Assistant Varsity coach Adam Hittner said, “Emily is an exceptional runner, with a combination...

Wonky weather affects sports games through the fall

Chloe Parker, Reporter

December 6, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Sports

As most of the community knows, we were fortunate enough to be able to receive a new turf this past summer. The construction took multiple weeks, taking up most of summer, but it was in use for the fall sport tryouts in early August. Having this new faculty, the coaches have been eager to practice...

New Nike campaign ad sparks controversy

Mark Suchy, Sports Editor

December 6, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Sports

The final National Football League (NFL) preseason is typically a glorified practice and a relaxed atmosphere. The starters of the team sit on the side and enjoy watching their back-ups play. For example, New England Patriots starting quarterback, Tom Brady, has not logged a single play in preseason...

Improvements Made To The Sports Boosters

Improvements Made To The Sports Boosters

Sydney Watts, Reporter

November 16, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Every year, the Hereford Sports Booster committee has an ongoing need to raise the necessary funds to support the desired changes and improvements of our school. The booster committee is completely parent operated, collecting funds through donations and fundraisers. As the new President, Mindy McCue...

Girls’ soccer has unfinished business

Girls’ soccer has unfinished business

Will Amos, Online Editor

November 16, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Last year the varsity girls’ soccer team placed second in the state losing to River Hill High School in the finals. The girls took this loss and are building off it this year, improving and showing that they can win this year, ranking third in the state. “We weren’t really prepared for the...

AP teachers celebrate year of hard work with kickball game

AP teachers celebrate year of hard work with kickball game

Mark Suchy, Sports Editor

June 7, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

In an attempt to celebrate the hard work and perseverance of their students, AP English teacher Michelle Stachura joined with AP Environmental Science teacher Russel Drylie and AP Calculus teacher Tammy Mundie to create a kickball game for students of their respective classes. The game is an annual...

Chase Crawford looks to lead the Bulls towards a championship

Chase Crawford looks to lead the Bulls towards a championship

Mark Suchy, Sports Editor

May 9, 2018


Filed under Sports

Chase “Big Hoss” Crawford (’18) has been playing baseball for ten years and has been on varsity for over two years. Crawford is a pitcher who dazzles opposing batters with an arsenal of pitches that include a two-seam fastball, change-up, slurve, and knuckleball. He was able to develop and...

Relay teams participating in the Penn Relays

Relay teams participating in the Penn Relays

Chloe Parker, Reporter

April 25, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Participating in the Penn Relays are three of Hereford’s relay teams. On Thursday April 26, the meet will take place in Philadelphia being an all day event. The following girls will be competing and should be marked present for the day. Kara Schmidt Hannah Weeren Emil Konkus Jen Barranco Bess...

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