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The Greatest National Championship of All Time

The Greatest National Championship of All Time

By Daniel Pironne, RT News Editor

April 12, 2016


Filed under Boys Basketball, Columns, News articles, Sports, Sports news articles

Could this year’s National Championship live up to its hype after two boring and dull Final Four match-ups just two days before? On April 2, at the NRG Stadium in Huston, Texas, The second-ranked Villanova Wildcats from the South region of the bracket went head-to-head with the second-ranked Oklahoma...

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...

Pritchard wins Top 50 Juniors Award

Pritchard wins Top 50 Juniors Award

By Paige Rhoderick, Round Table sports editor

February 24, 2016


Filed under Featured, Sports, Sports news articles, The Latest, Volleyball, Volleyball articles

Middletown High School junior Erika Pritchard recently was named to Prep Volleyball’s Top 50 Juniors all across the nation. Three hundred and fifty players total were named to the All-American, Highest Honorable Mention and Honorable Mention List. Pritchard has been playing volleyball since she...

Middletown High School decides to keep freshman football

Middletown High School decides to keep freshman football

By Victoria Faron, Round Table reporter

October 26, 2015


Filed under Football articles, Sports, Sports news articles, The Latest

For the 2015-2016 school years, most schools in Frederick County have collectively eliminated freshman sports. As a result, the players, parents and coaches at Middletown have chosen to keep freshman football and are happy to support and fund a healthy program. Reasons as to why they kept the program...

The good in the bad

The good in the bad

By Nick Forbes, Round Table Reporter

May 12, 2015


Filed under Featured, Sports, Sports news articles, The Latest

Lurking in the wings of the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, late on a Saturday night, an evil awakens. The magnitude of what is about to take place is sure to put its nerves on edge, and stir doubt in its own mind. But the cocky swagger and sneer on its lips says otherwise. It darts about with incredible quickness,...

MHS Baseball takes home an important win

By Jack Sullivan, Round Table Reporter

April 30, 2015


Filed under Boys basketball articles, News, School news articles, Sports, Sports news articles, The Latest

Knights in the first inning hopped into an early lead of 4-0 over the Urbana Hawks with big hits from Seniors Matt lynch and Kevin Gibson. Urbana try’s to shorten the difference to only 3 with an RBI hit from Urbana’s senior Danny Smith. In the bottom of the sixth Middletown extends their lead...

MLB pitch clock unpopular with MHS students

MLB pitch clock unpopular with MHS students

By Jack Sullivan, Round Table Reporter

April 20, 2015


Filed under Sports, Sports news articles, The Latest

Middletown High School students were rather critical about Major League Baseball trying to implement a pitch clock. MLB is thinking about implementing a 20-second pitch clock into the game to speed up the game, which averaged about three hours last year. Not everybody was on board with the decision, n...

March Madness has begun

By Evan Moreland, Round Table Reporter

April 15, 2015


Filed under News, Reactions, School news articles, Sports, Sports news articles, The Latest

Middletown High School students react to march madness and the brackets that are so popular amongst students and staff.   As the March Madness tournament ends so does bracket madness, which raises the question whether the brackets have become more popular or important than the outcome of the games. &nb...

Added motivation can take MHS to another level

Added motivation can take MHS to another level

By Dylan O'Toole, Round Table Executive Editor

April 14, 2015


Filed under Baseball articles, Sports, Sports news articles, The Latest

“For a few guys specifically, it’s just more personal,” said Knights ace, senior Colson Kirchner. “It allows us to come out with a fire each game.”

MHS students express thier feelings on Mens Basketball this season

By Adrienne Lowery, Round Table Reporter

April 8, 2015


Filed under Sports, Sports news articles, The Latest

Middletown High School students were upset over the loss in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament of the Maryland Terrapins to the West Virginia Mountaineers in round of 32. Unpopular among University of Maryland fans, the West Virginia Mountaineers win over the Maryland Terrapins was considered as ...

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