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NBA Finals preview

June 6, 2013

The NBA finals are finally upon us, the best time of the year for all basketball fans, this will certainly be a series for the ages. The powerhouse matchup between two proven teams, the defending champion, Miami Heat in its third straight Finals out of the Eastern Conference, and the aging San Anton...

Track and Field: Girls start strong, boys look to comeback

By Dylan O'Toole, Round Table Sports Editor

May 24, 2013

The girl’s track and field team finished off the beginning of the state championships last night, the girls started off with a bang, the boys not so much. Only two girl’s events finished before the rain delay, but they still find themselves in a good position. In the 4X800 the relay team of Nata...

Tennis: Haugen and Robertson have “sibling” chemistry

By Ben Spector, Round Table Reporter

May 23, 2013

Being in a mixed doubles tennis partnership can draw lots of comparisons but maybe the most fitting comparison would be to say it is a lot like being in a relationship. Just like any relationship, a mixed doubles partnership entails laughter and fun, stress and tension and sometimes if you are luc...

A legend says “farewell”

By Ben Spector, Round Table Reporter

May 10, 2013

For a community that athletically, is defined by legends,  there might be none bigger than Middletown High School Athletic Director Tim Ambrose. Ambrose was the head football coach from the football program’s start in 1974 to 2004 and has been the athletic director since 2002. Even though being the ...

Middletown “dream home” raffled off by Sports Club

By Dylan O'Toole, Round Table Sports Editor

May 10, 2013

“Not a lot people know about the (Middletown) Sports Club,” says Sports Club representative John Harman. They certainly will after their newest endeavor, the Sports Club will hold a raffle on June 13 for a chance to win a “dream house”. This is to raise money to pay off the debt of the turf fie...

Knights downed by Brunswick; Fall to 12-3 on the season

By Dylan O'Toole, MHS Round Table Sports Editor

May 1, 2013

Last night Middletown High School baseball was taken down by Brunswick, by a score of 6-4. The Knights are now 12-3 and half a game back of first place in the MVAL Piedmont division. They picked up the game in the bottom of the third after a rain delay with Brunswick leading 1-0; Sophomore Danny Finn c...

Knights baseball takes down Liberty; Improves to 8-1

By Dylan O'Toole, Round Table Sports Editor

April 19, 2013

The Middletown High School Knights took down Liberty last night, in a matchup between two top teams. MHS advanced to 8-1 on the season. MHS sophomore Colson Kirchner pitched seven innings and gave up one run in the first and one in the fifth. He also finished the game with three strikeouts. The Kn...

Terps visit MHS

Middletown High School students and members of the Middletown community looked on as the University of Maryland football team held a scrimmage at Knight Field on April 6. This event was the second of three spring scrimmages hosted by Maryland high schools in an effort to promote the university.

By Dylan O'Toole, Round Table Sports Editor

April 10, 2013

Last Saturday the Maryland Terrapins took the field for its second scrimmage of the spring, Middletown High School football fans came out in full support of the Terps. Who were greeted by a graphic on the Middletown scoreboard reading “Welcome Maryland Football.” “It was great to see Division I players...

NCAA March Madness predictions

By Dylan O'Toole, Sports Editor

March 20, 2013

The NCAA Selection Committee has chosen the field of 68 teams to participate in the NCAA men's basketball championship tournament, but as people prepare to fill out their brackets, some of them are questioning the teams chosen as the No. 1 seeds. There were six teams vying for four potential spot...

MLB: Birds look to continue surprising success in weaker AL

By Ashlyn Miller, Round Table Newsletter Editor-in-Chief

March 15, 2013

Spring training is always a time of new hope for baseball teams, but for local MLB team the Baltimore Orioles, it’s only the continuation of the excitement that has held over from last season for previously beleaguered fans. Prior to a Game 5 loss to the New York Yankees in the ALDS that ended the ...

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