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Joey Weiland’s life long drive for the game of Golf

Joey Weiland’s life long drive for the game of Golf

By Audrey Fisher, Round Table newsroom managing editor

November 13, 2018


Filed under Broadcast, Featured, Featured videos, Features, Golf, Golf videos, Profile, Profile feature videos, Sports feature, The Latest, The Round Table, Video

Joey Weiland has been golfing since he was a kid and has competed with the Middletown High School golf team since he was a freshman. He has made it to States four years in a row, won back to back districts, made all area first team and first team all cmc.

Clemson wins it all

By Garrett Baker, Round Table livestream executive producer

February 3, 2017


Filed under Broadcast, Feature videos, Featured, Featured videos, Features, Sport feature, Sports, Sports feature, Sports videos, The Latest, Video

Round Table gives the highlights from the College Football Playoff National Championship game where Clemson won against Alabama.

Female wrestlers pin down old stereotypes

Female wrestlers pin down old stereotypes

By Kim Fleming, Round Table Opinion Editor

January 13, 2017


Filed under Feature articles, Featured, Features, Human interest feature articles, Sports feature, The Latest, Wrestling, Wrestling articles

As Kalin Bower, Middletown High School freshman, gets ready for a typical day of school, she prepares herself for the long day ahead of her. After the seven-hour school day, Bower must attend her daily sports practice after school, much like many of her classmates. When she finally hears the dismissal ...

Coach Ron Engle leaves a lasting legacy

Coach Ron Engle leaves a lasting legacy

By Garrett Baker and Bridget O'Toole, Round Table reporter

December 3, 2016


Filed under Boys Basketball, Boys basketball articles, Featured, Girls basketball, Girls basketball articles, News, Sport feature, Sports, Sports feature, The Latest

As players entered the Middletown High School gym on Monday, Oct. 17, for a girls basketball drop-in after school, the scene appeared to be business as usual. The doors were propped open, the basketballs sat waiting to be plucked from the grated bin and the coaches engaged in discussion on the gym floor,...

Knight wrestlers take their place in history

Knight wrestlers take their place in history

By Garrett Baker, Round Table live stream executive producer

March 29, 2016


Filed under Feature articles, School news, School news articles, Scroll, Sport feature, Sports, Sports feature, Wrestling, Wrestling articles

On a chilly February day, Middletown High School junior Danny Bertoni steps onto the mat. Despite the big stakes, he prepares just like any other match, ready to take on his opponent and battle it out. The crowd is expecting big things from the wrestler, and so is Bertoni. He meets James Pender at...

Matt Considine Scores 1000th Career Point

Matt Considine Scores 1000th Career Point

By Daniel Pirrone, Round Table reporter

March 18, 2016


Filed under Broadcast, Scroll, Sport feature, Sports, Sports feature, The Latest

Senior Matt Considine scores his 1000th career point for MHS boys varsity basketball team.

Smith awarded Athlete of the Month

Smith awarded Athlete of the Month

By Paige Rhoderick, Round Table sports editor

March 17, 2016


Filed under Boys Basketball, Boys basketball articles, Boys soccer, Boys soccer articles, Scroll, Sport feature, Sports, Sports feature, Sports news articles

Middletown High School senior Clay Smith was recently awarded Athlete of the Month. Smith played on the soccer team in the fall and on the basketball team in the winter. This year, the boys soccer team won the state championship title and just last week the boys basketball team made an appearance...

After car flips, Guerrero can’t be taken down

After car flips, Guerrero can’t be taken down

By Evan Moreland, Round Table broadcast news executive producer

February 19, 2016


Filed under Broadcast, Featured, Profile, Profile feature videos, Sport feature, Sports, Sports feature, Sports videos, Wrestling, Wrestling videos

Middletown High School senior Ed Guerrero almost missed his chance to assist the MHS wrestling team in bringing back the school's first ever State Dual Championship.

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