Category: sports

Arundel Football 2017 by the Numbers

By Will Schubert and Connor Haynie

As the season comes to a close the Arundel Football program looks back at their phenomenal 2017 season.  The Wildcats had players that put up astounding numbers, as well as having players that are considered to be some of the best players within the county and possibly the state.

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Arundel Volleyball extinguishes Eleanor Roosevelt in state semifinal match up

By Connor Haynie

The Arundel Volleyball team beat the Eleanor Roosevelt Raiders in a three set sweep, late Thursday night.

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Maryland Men’s Basketball off to a 2-0 start in post-Trimble era

By Jordan Johnson

The Maryland Men’s Basketball team is off to a 2-0 start after wins against Stony Brook and University of Maryland-Eastern Shore. Continue reading “Maryland Men’s Basketball off to a 2-0 start in post-Trimble era”

Ice Cats conquer the Cavaliers

By Connor Haynie and Will Schubert

The Arundel Ice Hockey team dominated the Spalding Cavaliers in a 4-1 victory last Friday night. Continue reading “Ice Cats conquer the Cavaliers”

Arundel Football ends playoff drought in big divisional win

By Connor Haynie and Jordan Johnson

Photos by Maddie Mclean
The Arundel Football team beat the Old Mill Patriots 12-7 in a hard fought win, and will be advancing to the playoffs for the first time in 2 years. Continue reading “Arundel Football ends playoff drought in big divisional win”

Arundel Volleyball skates past Seahawks in the county championship

By Connor Haynie

The Arundel Volleyball team beat the defending county champions, the South River Seahawks, in a four set match to take the title of county champions.

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Different sports, different hype: a look inside how Arundel athletes prepare for their big games

By Joseph Chaves and Rianna Overton

Cover photo by Tom Baxter
From football to basketball to wrestling, no two sports are exactly the same, and no two hype-up methods are either. In any sport, the ultimate goal before a game is for the players to adequately prepare themselves. The proper hype-up technique can do wonders for a player’s performance–and for the scoreboard.  Continue reading “Different sports, different hype: a look inside how Arundel athletes prepare for their big games”

Arundel Football gets job done at Chesapeake, setting up showdown against Old Mill

By Jordan Johnson and Connor Haynie

The Arundel Football team continued their winning streak with a 49-22 win on the road against Chesapeake. Continue reading “Arundel Football gets job done at Chesapeake, setting up showdown against Old Mill”

Arundel Volleyball wins Senior Night and looks to keep winning streak alive

By Connor Haynie

Photos by EJ Santana

Arundel Volleyball honored the seniors in their last regular season home game last Friday, October 20, 2017 against Notre Dame prep.  The Senior class of 2018 consists of #2 Kate Hofer, #3 Nia Smith, #6 Chyna Gubbings, #8 Sydney Sheppard, #13 Taylor Wigglesworth, and #14 Alicia Eldredge.  Arundel played only seniors in their 25-10 first set victory over Notre Dame prep.  In the next two sets, Arundel went on to win 25-12 and 25-16 to complete the sweep.

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Arundel Volleyball keeps undefeated season alive with win over Broadneck and look forward to playoffs

By Connor Haynie

Photos by Connor Frey

After coming off of a close 5 set victory against South River, Arundel looked to beat Broadneck in a swift fashion.  The Wildcats did just that in their sweep against the Bruins last Tuesday and advance to a record of 11-0.  Arundel started off strong with an early 25-13 victory in the first set, and ended up winning the second set 25-22, and the third 25-15.

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