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Clemson wins it all

By Garrett Baker, Round Table livestream executive producer

February 3, 2017


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Round Table gives the highlights from the College Football Playoff National Championship game where Clemson won against Alabama.

Boys soccer wins state championship

By Andrea Kundrick and Garrett Baker, Round Table sports editor and livestream executive producer

December 21, 2016


Filed under Boys soccer, Boys soccer videos, Broadcast, Featured, Featured videos, News, News videos, School news, School news videos, Sport feature, Sports, The Latest, Video

MHS boys varsity soccer becomes state champions for the second year in a row.

The boys are back with a state title

The boys are back with a state title

By Madison Blumenauer, Round Table reporter

December 8, 2016


Filed under Boys soccer, Boys soccer articles, Featured, Sport feature, Sports reaction article, The Latest

On a cold fall night MHS varsity boys’ soccer is at Loyola University. They play against Fallston in not only the rain, but also sleet/snow for the MPSSAA 2A state championship. The energy is high from the crowd and anticipation is high from every person there. The game is tied and tension is high....

Coach Ron Engle leaves a lasting legacy

Coach Ron Engle leaves a lasting legacy

By Garrett Baker and Bridget O'Toole, Round Table reporter

December 3, 2016


Filed under Boys Basketball, Boys basketball articles, Featured, Girls basketball, Girls basketball articles, News, Sport feature, Sports, Sports feature, The Latest

As players entered the Middletown High School gym on Monday, Oct. 17, for a girls basketball drop-in after school, the scene appeared to be business as usual. The doors were propped open, the basketballs sat waiting to be plucked from the grated bin and the coaches engaged in discussion on the gym floor,...

NBA Moves 2017 All-Star Game Because of LGBT Laws.

NBA Moves 2017 All-Star Game Because of LGBT Laws.

By Haley Miller, Round Table reporter

September 30, 2016


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The NBA announced it will move its 2017 All-Star Game from Charlotte, North Carolina, because of the controversial anti-LGBT law the state enacted in March. Middletown High School Students had mixed feelings on this topic. Leah Heon, MHS freshman, said, “They made the right decision. All people...

Is Protesting Always Appropriate?

Is Protesting Always Appropriate?

By Brian Walker, Round Table reporter

September 15, 2016


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Professional football players have protested for equality in America by staying seated during the National Anthem, but they did so on 9/11, a day of remembrance for Americans. Some Middletown High School students supported their First Amendment right but disagreed with their protest on 9/11. “At...

Top NFL Team Field Kickers Missing Field Goals Losing the Game.

Top NFL Team Field Kickers Missing Field Goals Losing the Game.

By Cole Bromfield, Round Table reporter

September 11, 2016


Filed under Featured, Sport feature, Sports reaction article, The Latest

Carolina Panthers and Arizona Cardinals, two of the NFL’s top teams last year, both lost their week one games due to their kickers, Graham Gano and Chandler Catanzaro respectively missing field goals. Many Middletown High School students believe that these kickers should be replaced. Maura Wimsatt,...

Knight wrestlers take their place in history

Knight wrestlers take their place in history

By Garrett Baker, Round Table live stream executive producer

March 29, 2016


Filed under Feature articles, School news, School news articles, Scroll, Sport feature, Sports, Sports feature, Wrestling, Wrestling articles

On a chilly February day, Middletown High School junior Danny Bertoni steps onto the mat. Despite the big stakes, he prepares just like any other match, ready to take on his opponent and battle it out. The crowd is expecting big things from the wrestler, and so is Bertoni. He meets James Pender at...

Matt Considine Scores 1000th Career Point

Matt Considine Scores 1000th Career Point

By Daniel Pirrone, Round Table reporter

March 18, 2016


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Senior Matt Considine scores his 1000th career point for MHS boys varsity basketball team.

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...

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