Hereford Harbinger

Girls’ soccer has unfinished business

Lily Robertson ('19) takes a cross to her teammates. The Bulls captured a 9-0 victory over Franklin High School.

Will Amos, Online Editor

November 16, 2018

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

The AP English class celebrates their win with a photo. The team posed with the game ball.

Mark Suchy, Sports Editor

June 7, 2018

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

Crawford unleashes a pitch against an opposing batter. He employed up to four pitches last season.

Mark Suchy, Sports Editor

May 9, 2018

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

Hannah Weeren ('18), Julia Watt ('19), Bess Tiller ('18), and Julia Zemanek ('18) posing after placing first in their relay. They had a successful season.

Chloe Parker, Reporter

April 25, 2018

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...

Why Ben Simmons is the next LeBron

Max Herbkersman, Reporter

April 9, 2018

In 2015, a six-foot-eight-inch teenager made the pilgrimage from Australia to Baton Rouge Louisiana to play basketball for the LSU tigers. Coming out of high school, Ben Simmons was said to be the greatest raw talent since the legendary LeBron James. Many were skeptical, but after his rookie season...

The girls place first at the Last Tack to Philly, beating the school record with 9:40.7 minutes. They continued training every day, preparing themselves for nationals.

Chloe Parker, Reporter

March 14, 2018

The 4x800 relay girls track team has been selected to compete in the New Balance Scholastic Indoor National Competition. The meet will take place in Manhattan, New York, beginning March 9. Teams will run March 9 through March 11. Hannah Weeren (’18), Jen Barranco (’19), Emily Konkus (’19), and...

Baseball team looks to build off impressive last season

The players huddle around Coach Evans after a home game last season. The team ended with the season with a 14-5 record.

Megan Lime, Reporter

March 14, 2018

With March just getting started there is a lot of anticipation of how the varsity baseball season is going to go this year after a 14-5 season last year and losing in the regional championships last season to opponent Eastern Tech. Overall, Coach Ric Evans was pleased with the season last year and...

Boys’ basketball hosts 25 and 50 year anniversary game

The 1933 team that made it to the state finals.

Maggy McGuigan, Reporter

February 13, 2018

  After 25 and 50 years, 2 of the most successful boys' basketball teams the school has ever seen will return on Friday, Feb. 16 to watch the JV and varsity teams play their last regular season against Winters Mill, at home. The 1967-1968 team made it to the state-semifinals, and the 1992-1993...

Center Brock Moritz rebounds to help team secure winning record

The Basketball team celebrates parent night by giving heir parents roses and hugs. The Moritz family gathered at half-court to take a picture.

Emily McNicholas, Reporter

February 13, 2018

Senior captain, Brock Mortiz, has been working hard this season to take the varsity basketball team all the way.  The team’s record 8-3 so far this season, and Brock says the team might only loose two more games. He has been playing basketball for eight years and has worked his way up to averaging...

Polo player Brennan Wells takes home national championship

The indoor match lasts about two hours. Wells led his team to an undefeated 2017 season.

Megan Lime, Reporter

February 13, 2018

Brennan Wells (’18) has been riding horses ever since he can remember and he has grown up with polo being the center of his life. He started playing polo at age six. His mother is a horseback riding instructor and polo coach at their farm, Marlan Farm, which houses around 30 horses. Well’s father...

Girls indoor track team shoots for third state championship

Girls track team warms up before practice. The team recently won the Warrior Invitational, as well as other meets.

Keegan Whittle, Conor McCue, Rebecca Meldron, and Rohit Mishra

January 25, 2018

This year the girls indoor track team is back and going after a third state championship. "Our goal is the same as always," Coach Bradley Duvall says, "[to] win the county meet, regional meet, and state meet."  Having won the state championship the past 2 years and the county championship the past 11, the team and coaches are confident they can...

4×800 meter relay team beats school record

They ran the 20th fastest time in the nation this year.

Chloe Parker and Jen Barranco, Reporters

January 22, 2018

On Saturday Jan. 20 at Georgetown Preparatory School the 4x800 Meter relay team, Kara Schmidt (’18), Jen Barranco (’19), Hannah Weeren (’18), and Emily Konkus (’19) set a new school record of 9:40.7 minutes.