Category: sports

Field Hockey finishes season with victory, gearing up for playoffs

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By Hailey McDonald

The Arundel girl’s field hockey teams have just closed another successful season. Varsity has claimed a near flawless 11-2-2 record with their sole losses being against Severna Park High School. Even with two tie games against Archbishop Spalding and West Essex High School, the Lady Wildcats have still secured eleven wins this fall. A 2-1 loss against Severna Park ended their games in the County Championship. However, Varsity still has high hopes for their first playoff game on Wednesday, October 30th.

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Arundel Volleyball starts the season with a bang vs Towson 3-0

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By Savannah Brooks

After being the runner-up for last year’s regional championship, Arundel volleyball is back with a strong start to their season. Continue reading “Arundel Volleyball starts the season with a bang vs Towson 3-0”

Arundel Boy’s Basketball edged out in final minutes by South River

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By Savannah Brooks

Leading by eight going into the fourth quarter, the Wildcats’ fans were sure they would see a win at home on Friday night, especially after the Arundel varsity team had won their Overtime Holiday Live! tournament over break, but were disappointed.

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Varsity boys basketball struggles to produce in loss at Severna Park

By Savannah Brooks

The Wildcats were hoping to start a winning streak on Friday, December 14th, but they weren’t able to expand on their first win of the season against Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community School the previous day. The final score was 60-40, Severna Park, after the Wildcats were outscored every quarter.

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Arundel Women’s Soccer surges past Old Mill to advance in their playoff run

By Connor Haynie

Coming off of a three-game winning streak and a first-round playoff win vs. the North County Knights , the Arundel Women’s Soccer team was looking to keep their playoff run alive against the Old Mill Patriots in the Regional Quarterfinal matchup.

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Arundel football looks to keep record up in coming weeks

By Alexa Baker, Alexa Hoyer, and Taj Wooten

Varsity Football won by 44 points against North County high school last Friday, October 5, with a final score of 56 to 12. Student athletes such as Jordan Andrews, who ran 84 yards, and RJ Chandler, who ran 120 yards, played a memorable game.

The game was representative of how most of their season has gone. At 5-1, the Wildcats are cruising. Continue reading “Arundel football looks to keep record up in coming weeks”

Arundel stomps North County for Homecoming

By Rianna Overton

On Friday, October 5th, the Arundel Wildcats came in and showed out in their homecoming game against North County High School, cruising through the opposing defense, resulting in a 56-12 victory against the Knights.

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UMBC lacrosse beats number 1 seed Albany for second historic win in a month

By Jordan Johnson

UMBC likes beating number 1 seeds. Once again the retrievers have pulled off another historic upset, this time in men’s lacrosse as they beat the top ranked Albany Great Danes 11-7 at home, on Friday night. Continue reading “UMBC lacrosse beats number 1 seed Albany for second historic win in a month”

Spring sports outlook

By Trinity Haskins and Mary Kate Hartig

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Baseball

The baseball team finished last season with a 15-6 record and placed 3rd in the county. The athletes had great comradery and successfully built strong team chemistry. With the new players and a developed foundation to position themselves at states, they have a great chance of finishing what they started. Seniors Will Schubert and Pat Mason, along with junior Garrett Stanard are just a few of the team’s assets. But it won’t be without the effort and collaboration of the entire team for them to advance. Watch closely for what’s to come. Continue reading “Spring sports outlook”

UMBC pulls off historic run with win over Virginia

By Jordan Johnson

The UMBC (University of Maryland Baltimore County) men’s basketball team pulled off arguably the biggest upset in college basketball with their 74-54 win over Virginia in the first round of the NCAA tournament last Friday night in Charlotte. Continue reading “UMBC pulls off historic run with win over Virginia”