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Skiiers and Snowboarders discuss differences

Skiiers and Snowboarders discuss differences

Sydney Watts and Jen Barranco

March 8, 2017


Filed under Sports

The rivalry between skiing and snowboarding all started in 1960 when an American guy named Sherman Poppen invented the first snowboard for his daughter as a toy. Before the snowboard was invented, skiers dominated the mountains. At first many ski resorts opposed the idea of allowing snowboarders down...

Athletes commit to rippin’ net in college

Graham Hyde and Peyton Martino

March 8, 2017


Filed under Sports

This year, a record number of students from all graduating classes are committed to play lacrosse at the collegiate level. The lacrosse program at Hereford is dominant for several reasons. Many parents sign their children up for lacrosse recreation programs as early as preschool. Hereford brings in...

High school showering goes down the drain

High school showering goes down the drain

Hannah Weeren

March 8, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Sports

Four perfectly functioning showers are in both locker rooms, which means eight perfectly functioning showers are never used. Even if students wanted to shower in the full five minutes they are given after gym class, they cannot because the showers are full of miscellaneous equipment. Principal Joe...

Dunk strives for Olympic Glory

Dunk strives for Olympic Glory

Emma Charles, Reporter

March 8, 2017


Filed under Sports

Most high students spend their free time sitting at home binge-watching Netflix or playing on their phone, but Ryan Dunk (’19) is chasing his Olympic dreams. Dunk represented Baltimore Figure Skating Club in the 2016 Junior National Competition and placed third. Dunk said nationals was an exciting...

Allied bowler Addison Liesher earns average of 166

Allied bowler Addison Liesher earns average of 166

Will Wilkinson, Reporter

March 6, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Allied bowler Addison Leisher (’20) has been chosen as the March athlete of the month. Addison has achieved an allied bowling average of 166 while also maintaining an average of 187 in his youth bowling league. Leisher has been bowling for about four years and has significantly improved upon his first...

Varsity Wrestling competes at Regionals

Varsity Wrestling competes at Regionals

Will Amos and Paul Rapuzzi

February 28, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

The varsity Wrestling Team competed at the Individual Regionals Tournament this past weekend on Friday Feb 24 and Saturday Feb 25. Wrestlers competed for a spot in the Maryland State Tournament, those who got fourth place or above in their weight class move on with those in fifth being alternates in...

Bulls claim fourth state title in five years

Bulls claim fourth state title in five years

Caitlynn Hickey, Reporter

February 22, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

On Monday, Feb. 20, the track teas, led by coaches Brad Duval, Weston Fellows, Sam Bowen and Adam Hittner, were at the Prince George’s Sports and Learning complex. “It is the fourth state title for our Bulls in five years,” Principal Louis Jira said.

Track and field team will compete at state meet

Track and field team will compete at state meet

Caitlynn Hickey, Reporter

February 17, 2017


Filed under Sports

On Monday Feb 20, the Boys and Girls Track and Field team will be competing in a state meet. This meet will be held at the PG sportsplex and the competition begins at 11 a.m. “The girls team is defending their state title from last year and a couple of the boys have a shot at individual titles,”...

Allied Bowling Championships

Allied Bowling Championships

Alex Trikeriotis, Online Editor

February 15, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

On February 15, at 1:50 in the afternoon the bowling team and their managers will be excused for Championships. The match will be held at Woodlawn.

Bulls beat Patapsco 61-58 with eye on playoffs

Bulls beat Patapsco 61-58 with eye on playoffs

Brady McGee, Reporter

February 15, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

With state playoffs quickly approaching, the basketball team will look to hit its stride and possibly make a run at the championship. The team has had its ups and down this year with a 6-9 record, but guard Connor “Cha Boi” Hillary (’17) feels they can beat any given team “The team...

Girls indoor track wins County Championship title

Girls indoor track wins County Championship title

Nicole Burkoski, Reporter

February 3, 2017


Filed under Sports

On Tuesday, Jan. 26 the girl’s indoor track team won the Baltimore County Championship title for the eleventh year in a row. The team held off Franklin with 142 points, Franklin scoring only 89. This broke the record for amount of points scored for the county meet . Hannah Weeren (’18), Jen Barranco...

Athlete of the Month: Jimmy Cavin

Athlete of the Month: Jimmy Cavin

Will Wilkinson

February 3, 2017


Filed under Sports

Senior wrestling captain Jimmy Cavin has amassed 21 wins this season so far in the 120 pound weight class. Cavin is in his second season as a captain, coming off his best varsity season in which he tallied 33 wins while only losing 2 matches. “Jimmy is the demonstration guy,” head...

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