Category: sports

Varsity Softball off to 4-1 start after win vs Chesapeake

By Jordan Johnson

The Wildcats Varsity softball team is off to great start especially after a 10-3 win vs Chesapeake yesterday Continue reading “Varsity Softball off to 4-1 start after win vs Chesapeake”

Lebbie’s Team: who won the week in soccer?

 

By Omar Lebbie

The following will be a weekly segment where I will present the players who performed the best this week in the world of soccer.

neuerGoalkeeper- Manuel Neuer Continue reading “Lebbie’s Team: who won the week in soccer?”

Wizards in fight for 2nd seed, poised for deep playoff run

By Jordan Johnson

The Washington Wizards, led by Guards John Wall and Bradley Beal, are having an excellent season and are poised for a playoff run under 1st year coach Scott Brooks. Continue reading “Wizards in fight for 2nd seed, poised for deep playoff run”

Woodhead signing great for Ravens

By Jordan Johnson

As the NFL  free agency period begins there have been a lot of big name signing, but the one that will really pay dividends is Danny Woodhead to the Baltimore Ravens. Continue reading “Woodhead signing great for Ravens”

Basketball season ends after losses against Old Mill

By Jordan Johnson

The Wildcat boy’s and girls seasons ended last week after 2nd round playoff losses at the hands of Old Mill. Continue reading “Basketball season ends after losses against Old Mill”

In second year under coach Kramer, Arundel Boys lacrosse looking to contend

 

By Jordan Johnson

The Arundel Boys Lacrosse team looks ready to contend for a state title after a 7-9 record last year under 1st year head coach Larry Kramer. Continue reading “In second year under coach Kramer, Arundel Boys lacrosse looking to contend”

Humans of Arundel: Coach Doy

By Rachel Heller and Esra Mahgoub

“For me, it’s important to be optimistic and high-spirited, A: because I understand the world you live in isn’t always going to present that, so I always want to stand out in that way, and B: the characteristic of that, you don’t need to be smart or intelligent to have that characteristic. Continue reading “Humans of Arundel: Coach Doy”

Both boys and girls basketball pick up solid wins

By Jordan Johnson

Tuesday was a huge night for Arundel Baksetball as both the boy’s and girl’s varsity teams pulled off road wins against Northeast. Continue reading “Both boys and girls basketball pick up solid wins”

Maryland Women’s Basketball Poised For deep NCAA Tournament Run

 

By Jordan Johnson

At 23-1 the Maryland Women’s Basketball team is off to their strongest start in school history with their only blemish being a loss to unbeaten UCONN. Continue reading “Maryland Women’s Basketball Poised For deep NCAA Tournament Run”

Arundel Boy’s Varsity Basketball goes 1-1 last week after win against North County and loss against Southern

 By Jordan Johnson

Last Tuesday, the Arundel Boy’s varsity basketball team pulled off a narrow win over North County, beating them 64-63. Continue reading “Arundel Boy’s Varsity Basketball goes 1-1 last week after win against North County and loss against Southern”