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Third week of college football is a shocker

Third week of college football is a shocker

By Jake Stafford, Round Table reporter

September 29, 2016


Filed under Columns, Featured, Opinion, The Latest

The third week of the college football season couldn’t have come as more of a shocker to fans. One of the most important topics this week is what Lamar Jackson has done for the Louisville Cardinals. The team has had its ups and downs throughout the years but has never been higher than what they are ...

Jake Stafford gives opinion on college football kickoff

Jake Stafford gives opinion on college football kickoff

By Jake Stafford, Round Table reporter

September 20, 2016


Filed under Columns, Opinion, The Latest

It’s the most wonderful time of the year again; college football season is upon us. The season began with what was arguably the best slate of games we’ve seen on opening weekend in a long time beginning with Appalachian State’s “almost” upset over No. 9 Tennessee and ending with a thriller,...

Trimble returns to College Park

Trimble returns to College Park

By Garrett Baker, Livestream Executive Producer

June 3, 2016


Filed under Columns, Featured, Opinion

The wait is over for University of Maryland basketball fans, we can all rejoice, Melo Trimble will be returning to College Park next season. The quick 6 foot 3 inch terrapin guard has been a phenomenal player at UMD building up the program in more ways than people may truly realize. In his first...

High school star enters the NBA draft

High school star enters the NBA draft

By Garrett Baker, Live stream Executive Editor

May 26, 2016


Filed under Columns, Features, Opinion

Thon Maker, a 7 foot basketball star, has decided to surpass college and take his talents right to the NBA from Canada.  But will Maker just turn into another draft bust or the leagues newest sensation? Upon hearing the news most people were confused as was I. In 2006 the NBA set the rule that no...

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...

Chasing history

Chasing history

By Daniel Pirrone, Round Table reporter

March 9, 2016


Filed under Columns, Featured, Opinion, Sports, Sports reaction article

Arguably the greatest basketball player of all time, Michael Jordan led the 1995-1996 Chicago Bulls to a 72-win regular season. The Bulls went on to win the NBA Championship, going down as the greatest basketball team in NBA history. A modern-day NBA regular season is 82 games long, so being able to...

Coach Colsh thanks MHS community

Coach Colsh thanks MHS community

By Jeff Colsh, MHS boys varsity soccer head coach

November 24, 2015


Filed under Boys soccer, Boys soccer articles, Columns, Featured, Opinion, Scroll, Sports, The Latest

Thank you, Middletown. After our state semifinal victory, I walked outside my front door the next morning only to find my way blocked by a dozen pumpkins. Before we could return home after the state championship, I had to wait because dozens of students were joining the team in an impromptu “Thor’s...

12 year old charged with murder

By Kendall Neel, Round Table Reporter

April 8, 2015


Filed under Columns, News, News articles, The Latest

Middletown High School students were speechless and appalled after the news of a Colorado 12-year-old faced  murder charges. A Colorado pre-teen faced possible murder charges for attempting to poison her mother twice after her iPhone was taken away. Many students were extremely disappointed and not surpri...

Concussion awareness hits home with NFL – and me

Concussion awareness hits home with NFL – and me

By Nick Forbes, Round Table Reporter

March 24, 2015


Filed under Blogs, Columns, Football, Football articles, Opinion, Sports, The Latest

With all the craziness and media frenzy that NFL free agency brings, the unexpected has become expected. Blockbuster trades and big-name free-agent signings have become the norm; just look at Jimmy Graham and DeMarco Murray. But this year, something happened that made everyone in the league - and around...

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