Wrestling: Wrestling program producing stars

Wrestling: Wrestling program producing stars

By Dylan O'Toole, Round Table Sports Editor
May 13, 2014
Filed under Sports, Sports news articles, The Latest, Wrestling articles

Danny Bertoni came into Middletown High School hoping to compete for a state championship in wrestling, but when he got here he was pleasantly surprised at how good the wrestling program truly was. “My family and I expected our coaches and staff to do a great job,”... Read more »

Dancing at Prom isn’t like in the movies

By Emily Scoggins, Round Table Reporter
May 2, 2014
Filed under Blogs, Emily Scoggins, Opinion, The Latest

“Okay, ladies and gents, grab your date and were gonna  slo-o-o-w it do-o-own,” said the DJ smoothly as the lights dimmed and the fast beat diminished. Emma turned to her date, Josh, and he held out his hand. He led her on to the dance floor and they shared their first real romantic slow dance.... Read more »

Parents push students off and on the field

By Sarah Mueller, Round Table Editor
April 10, 2014
Filed under Blogs, Opinion

Competition tends to plague the life of most young children nowadays. Parents’ goals are to turn their child into an athlete at a young age so they will grow and develop to be phenomenal sports star that shine on the field. Today, parents pressure their children to achieve athletically, leading... Read more »

Win over Walkersville means most to Montgomery

By Karlye Pick, Round Table reporter
April 4, 2014
Filed under Softball articles, Sports, Sports news articles, The Latest

Four years can seem like a long time.  For a senior like Maddy Montgomery, it’s an entire high school career.  That’s how long it had been since the last time the Middletown High School softball team defeated the Walkersville Lions in a regular season game.  On March 31, the Knights pulled together... Read more »

Crompton forced to adapt to changes throughout high school career

Crompton forced to adapt to changes throughout high school career

By Dylan O'Toole, Round Table Sports Editor
April 2, 2014
Filed under Boys lacrosse articles, Featured, Football articles, Sports, Sports news articles

It’s always tough for a student to transfer schools, but Middletown High School senior Ryan Crompton was welcome to the idea- in fact he was happy about it. After his sophomore season Crompton switched from Frederick to Middletown, in part to move his high school... Read more »

MHS fills halls with ‘Sound of Music’

By Samantha Yeager and Laura Myers, Round Table reporters
April 1, 2014
Filed under Broadcast, Entertainment, Entertainment videos, The Latest

MHS students and staff took turns singing parts of a favorite "Sound of Music" song.

STEM day 2014

March 28, 2014
Filed under Broadcast, School news videos

MHS students learn about many possible career opportunities at MHS STEM day 2014

Six Knights basketball stars to participate in City-County All-Star Game

By Dylan O'Toole, Round Table Sports Editor
March 28, 2014
Filed under Boys basketball articles, Girls basketball articles, Sports, Sports news articles, The Latest

Neither of the Knights basketball teams were able to accomplish the goal they set for themselves at the beginning of the season: a championship, but there is one more time the best of the best can put on their uniform, the City-County All Star Game. Seniors from Urbana,... Read more »

Softball: Montgomery hopes to lead Knights to promised land

By Jess Racz, Round Table Reporter
March 25, 2014
Filed under Softball articles, Sports, Sports news articles, The Latest

Many spring sports are underway with their first few weeks of practice. With snows days and damaged fields, spring sports teams have had much delay in starting their season. However, the cold weather hasn't stopped the Middletown High School varsity softball team. Throughout the year, players have... Read more »

T.J. Rufty returns to heartwarming homecoming

T.J. Rufty returns to heartwarming homecoming

By Karolina Ross, Round Table Editor
March 24, 2014
Filed under Community news articles, Feature, News, News articles, School news articles, The Latest

Students slowly begin gathering around the cafeteria doors with a hesitant curiosity, waiting in anticipation as cheerleaders wave their pom-poms in excitement. The crowd slowly thickens, their necks strained forward. Sirens approach the school and the enthusiasm builds.... Read more »