MHS junior Jess Racz scores 18 points at the Retriever Activities Center (RAC) Arena at University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC). The entire Knights team was pivotal in the win against Randallstown resulting in a win (60-27). - Photo by Samantha Carter
The sun sets on the horizon of South Mountain as seen by the residents of the Middletown Valley. Temperatures in recent days have ranged from lows in the 30s, to highs in the 50s. - Photo by Travis Leighton
Since 1947 the World War II Memorial in the Middletown War Memorial Park has stood as an unyielding reminder of all the local veterans who served their country during the war. For 66 years the town, with help from the AmVets Organization, has maintained the grounds of this memorial, in addition to... Read more »
Dalton Russo, Middletown High School sophomore, practices for upcoming meets of the unified bocce team. Jan. 8 marked the official beginning of the bocce season. - Photo by Ashlyn Miller
By Jake Evans Round Table Reporter Middletown High School recently had a food drive and students collected loads of food, from canned goods to Ramen noodle packages, to help local families in need. The MHS National Honor Society was responsible for the food, and MHS English teacher and NHS adviser... Read more »
By Jacob Stalnaker Round Table Reporter The Middletown High School marching band, know as the Marching Knights, have had a great 2012 season so far, which included 1st place at their biggest competition, The James Madison University Parade of Champions. It all began when the rankings were... Read more »
The Middletown High School Knights football team takes the semi-final title with a score of 45-0 againts the Elkton Elks. The Knights move on to the State Championship against Frederick Douglas at MCT Stadium on Dec. 1.
Middletown High School juniors Stephen Nickey and Trey Parker put up National Art Honor Society artwork in the hallway outside the media center. After being inducted, NAHS members create paintings to hang up around the school.
Juniors Joseph Haddad and Tayler Evans peek inside their envelopes after the award ceremony Wednesday night. Both students were recognized for academic and service achievement. -Photo by Molly Spillman
The Knights football players take a knee out of respect for an injured Cavaliers player. Middletown has been rewarded the "John H. Cox Respect the Game Football Award" two years in a row. - Photo by Samantha Carter