Hereford Harbinger

Summer Lacrosse Take Over

Chloe Parker, Reporter

June 2, 2017

Are you busy this summer? Are you busy with endless nights of fun with your best friends? I wish I could say I can spend most of the summer walking around with an ice cream in my hand with my friends while feeling the ocean breeze blowing on my face. That would be an ideal summer. I’ll be busy spending...

UMD lacrosse wins National Championships

Will Amos, Online Editor

June 1, 2017

The NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Tournament Championship was held on Monday May 29 at Gillette Stadium. The University of Maryland played Ohio State with the final score being 9-6, respectively. This is the first time Maryland has won a national championship since 1975. Maryland won all four games against...

Kawhi Leonard has got next

Brady McGee, Reporter

May 25, 2017

Summary of the Western Conference Playoffs: Sweep. Sweep. Sweep. The Golden State Warriors have dismantled the Western Conference, put it back together, and then dismantled it again. Not a single hiccup throughout. LeBron was even immune to a loss at home to a Celtics team without their overrated...

Baseball team captures Sectional Championship

Travis Elseroad ('17) hits a single into the outfield. Travis recorded two hits in the game helping the Bulls win 18-6.

Will Wilkinson

May 19, 2017

On May 16 the baseball team defeated Western Tech by a score of 18-6. Those earning hits for the Bulls were Travis Elseroad (’17), Jon Marchineck (’17), Jeremy Cain (’18), and Kyle Wetzelberger (’18) who all recorded two hits for the team. In the top of the fourth inning Abbott recorded his first...

Unsung Heroes Awards Ceremony recognizes students

Kelbaugh and Faridi hold their awards. They both were recognized as team unsung heroes.

Will Amos, Online Editor

May 19, 2017

Mumtaz Faridi (’17) and Joe Kelbaugh (’17) were recognized on May 1 at McCormick’s Unsung Heroes Awards Ceremony at Martins Valley Mansion. Varsity Football Coach Eric Evans accompanied Kelbaugh and Girls Varsity Soccer Coach Brad Duvall accompanied Faridi. They were recognized as “team”...

Erin Collins Featured as “Student of the Week” on Channel 2

Erin Collins Featured as

Paul Rapuzzi, Online Editor

May 19, 2017

Erin Collins (’17) was featured on Channel 2 news as “Student of the Week” on Thursday, May 19 from 5:30 to 6:00 p.m. English teacher Laura Blama also made a guest appearance.

Students participate in World Robotics Competition

Driving their robot, Hereford students competed for the World Championship on April 18.

Julie Fleming, Reporter

April 27, 2017

On April 18 and April 21, Andrew Zhu (’20), George Koutsoukos (’20), Kent Bowers (’20), Luke Kremer (’19), and Dean Harmon (’19) will be participating in a robotics event in Louisville Kentucky accompanied by Michael Dodd-O.

New discus cage brings positive, safe air to track

Jack Marshall ('19) throws a disc from the new discus cage. It was installed this last December, once the old one was taken down. located up at the track, on the corner of the turf, the new cage has curved poles that better guard spectators from free-flying implements.

Will Amos, Online Editor

April 21, 2017

This year a new discus cage was installed at the track. Track and field athletes are thrilled to see that they have a newer and better place to throw discs. “It’s amazing that we got a new cage,” Mike Nash (’17) said. “It was talked about for a while [add more].” The old cage was “unstable...

Catcher Jon Marchineck teaches leadership skills

Marchineck stands ready to swing as a freshman on the Varsity baseball team.

Will Wilkinson, Reporter

April 21, 2017

Senior baseball captain Jon Marchineck (’17) has been chosen as the April Athlete of the Month. Marchineck has been playing baseball for almost his entire life, adding four years as a member of the varsity team. Marchineck has played catcher, first base, and outfield while playing for Hereford; however,...

Various sport injuries hinder spring season

Lindsay Posner ('20), Ben Caputo ('20), Shane Taylor ('20), and Megan O'Donovan line up, knees in braces and ankles in boots. Their injuries have kept them off the playing field.

Max Herbkersman, Sports Editor

April 21, 2017

High school sports can result in injuries. Usually they include small injuries such as bruises, sprains, and hairline fractures. More serious injuries could be a torn ACL, or Achilles. However it’s fairly uncommon to rupture a spleen when playing a sport. The spleen is a fist sized organ located...

CASA club hosts second annual wacky-tacky 5k run and walk

Leighton Eber ('19), meredith Joyce ('16), and Grace Pfarr ('16) have a hoot while jogging at last year's CASA run.

Mark Suchy

April 21, 2017

The CASA club 5k is not a traditional race; this year the race has a wacky tacky theme. Runners are invited to “be a fool for CASA” and wear their wackiest outfits. “I think the perfect wacky outfit is one with bright colors and lots of stripes,” club president Jake Turner (’19) said. People...