Tag: sports

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 swiftly 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 set 25-15.

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Yankees take advantage early and beat Twins in AL Wildcard

By Connor Haynie

            The New York Yankees beat the Minnesota Twins 8-4 in the American League wild card game Tuesday and look to take on the Indians in the 7 game divisional series starting Thursday.

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The Twins visit the Bronx to take on the Yankees in the AL wildcard

By Connor Haynie

As the postseason approaches, Minnesota and New York prepare to keep their season alive in their one game matchup to determine who faces the red hot Indians in the ALDS.

 

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Forgotten Arundel sport gears up for season

By Will Schubert

The majority of Arundel high’s student body is unaware that Arundel has a very talented Ice Hockey team. Because of this, most of the games have little to no student section. The home ice for the Wildcats is at the Piney Orchard Ice rink. The team competes in the MSHL (Maryland Student Hockey League).

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Arundel Volleyball rallies against Atholton to obtain the first seed

By Connor Haynie

The Arundel Volleyball team showed persistence through their sweep of the defending 3A state champions, the Atholton Raiders, last Monday the 25th.

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The Wildcats creep from behind to beat the Seahawks and look to beat Broadneck

By Connor Haynie and Jordan Johnson

Photos by Maddie McLean

The Wildcats won their home opener last Friday, September 15th, outlasting South River in a nail-biting back and forth affair.   Continue reading “The Wildcats creep from behind to beat the Seahawks and look to beat Broadneck”

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”

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”

Cheer claims State Championship title

By Tessa Rendina

On November 10 Arundel Varsity Cheer won the 3A and 4A State Championship with a score of 123.64.  At counties they took first place and received a score of 125.8.

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Senior Cheerleader and Captain, Lexie Tutwiler, said the team “focused on being our best and not worrying about beating other teams” she continued, “we were able to succeed by realizing that we were our biggest competitors.”  She finished by adding that they “stayed humble and worked really hard all season and all the hard work finally paid off at the end.”