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Updates on College Football

October 1, 2020 1:47pm | Emmett Dolan

Over the past 6 months there has been a lot of uncertainty with 2020-2021 college football, with whether or not they would have a season or how each conference plans to play their seasons.  The Atlantic Coastal Conference (ACC) is planning on having their first […]

Who Will The Ravens Face in the Second Round of the Playoffs?

January 3, 2020 2:25pm | Gabriella Chiericoni

Baltimore clinched the AFC title and are anxiously awaiting to learn who their team will face after their bye-week. It’s hard to say if either the Texans or the Bills will come up on top of the NFL Wildcard Round but I’ll make your decision […]

Maryland Women’s Lacrosse Preview

November 26, 2019 1:36pm | Gabriella Chiericoni

Rebuilding after losing top-caliber players due to graduation is a normal occurrence in college lacrosse, despite their fan’s dismay. Some teams are able to rebuild in a season or two whereas other teams take years to recover. The only team that seems to avoid having […]

Sports Opinion: Top 7 Sports Movies of All Time

November 20, 2019 2:12pm | Emmett Dolan

You don’t have to be an athlete to enjoy sports movies. The following movies have a deep meaning way beyond just sports rivalries and provide their audience with valuable lessons that they should apply to life. 1) “Rudy” (1993) “Rudy” is a true story about […]

Girls’ Varsity Soccer: Another Run for States

November 7, 2019 3:49pm | Gabby Chiericoni and Kylie McAllister

The Girls’ Varsity Soccer team will play their state semifinal game against Montgomery Blair High School at Gaithersburg High School on Saturday, November 9 at 5 p.m.  Lead by Coach Matt Smoot, this game will determine who will play in the Maryland state finals.  The […]

Deal or No Deal: A High School Athlete’s Perspective

October 2, 2019 6:45pm | Jaheim Clark

From Le’Veon Bell to Ezekiel Elliot to Melvin Gordon more and more NFL running backs are holding out of their contracts in this generation. Le’Veon Bell, current New York Jets running back, was the first to hold out in the 2018-2019 season with the Pittsburgh […]

PH Field Hockey: Changes Ahead

September 20, 2019 1:03pm | Kayla Gregorie

Field hockey season has started. Both JV and varsity did not do well last year, but they are hoping for change of fate. Field hockey coaches Justin Fitch and Brittany LaFollette have trained the girls for the season.  Conditioning is harder and more intense than […]

The Gator Tandem: Knight and Jackson

September 20, 2019 12:36pm | Jaheim Clark

Perry Hall High School has a new football duo that cannot go unnoticed: Jailen Knight and Jeremy Jackson. Jailen Knight, junior quarterback, and Jeremy Jackson, junior wide receiver, are known to be a great pair on the field, but what’s even more intriguing is their […]

Defensive Losses, Broken Hearts

September 20, 2019 11:48am | Gabriella Chiericoni

The Baltimore Ravens have always been known for their defense and during the 2019 offseason they suffered incredible losses and their loyal fans are left heartbroken. Terrell Suggs left the Ravens to play his final season with the Arizona Cardinals, his home team. Eric Weedle […]

UMD Women’s Lacrosse Reclaims Their Spot on Top

May 31, 2019 3:55pm | Gabriella Chiericoni

          Over the past few years, Boston College has set the standard of women’s lacrosse, but they have yet to claim the NCAA title. After losing to Maryland in the 2017 championship and again to James Madison in 2018, the crowd […]