MHS varsity football takes on the lions
The Knights varsity football team emerged victorious in a game against the Walkersville Lions at home.
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 »
The MHS varsity football team plays against their rivals, Walkersville High School.
“I just do my job,” said MHS Senior Bradley Rinehart. But sometimes a player does more than his job, goes above and beyond. That is exactly what Rinehart did Friday night against the Knights bitter rival, the Lions. Rinehart had three interceptions, one of which he took back for a touchdown, and three touchdown rushes. Middletown took down Walkersville 42-0 to continue its dom... Read more »
When asked to define a quarterback, the common answers that come up are the most simple and straight forward. Someone who directs the offense, someone who passes the ball to his receivers and allows for big plays to be made, a leader. While Middletown High School Knights Varsity Football quarterback Tim Pi... Read more »
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By Victoria Bauer Round Table editor Determination, sweat, and excitement fill the stadium under the bright Friday Night Lights. The team’s captains make their way to the field, walking slowly but steadily, trying to intimidate their opponent as much as possible. The ref signals who won the coin ... Read more »
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