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By Haille Otto, Producer August 19, 2022

This week, reporter Samantha Molter tells us about a children’s finance book that teacher Rob Phelan has written, the Round Table asks new athletic director Kevin Lynott 10 fast and fun questions, and...

Sudden changes leads Lynott to resign as football coach

By Garrett Baker, Round Table reporter March 28, 2017

In the weight room after any given school day, Middletown High School football players can be seen putting in work for the upcoming season. It’s only spring, but the season is never over for most players...

Lynott in running for national “Coach of the Year”

By Jess Molander and Eva Tooley, Broadcast Editor-in-Chief and Business Manager October 24, 2013

MHS varsity football Head Coach Kevin Lynott runs for the national title of "Coach of the Year," requiring the Middletown community to vote to get him the title.

Football: Rinehart wont allow the Knights to get too far ahead of themselves

Football: Rinehart won’t allow the Knights to get too far ahead of themselves

“I’m not really talking about my individual success,” says Rinehart. “Without my line I wouldn’t have gotten the touchdowns I have. Without coach Ridenour running the defense and the rest of the coaching staff stressing to focus on our jobs, I wouldn’t have had the defensive success I have had.”
By Dylan O'Toole, Sports Editor October 22, 2013

Middletown High School senior Bradley Rinehart is a premier a player at MHS and in Frederick County, but he takes no credit himself. He thinks all of his success derives from the great team he is on. Rinehart...

Football: Knights used extra motivation and strong defense to beat Titans, 27-0, reach 5-0

The Knights used two-year old motivation and a defense that has gotten better with age to knock off the Titans, 27-0.
By Ben Spector, Sports Editor October 4, 2013

For a team that has been known for their powerful offensive attack, the Middletown High School Knights Varsity Football team has a defense that isn’t too shabby. The Knights would put the Tuscarora...

Lynott shoots for best football coach in Maryland

By Ben Spector, Sports Editor October 3, 2013

Middletown High School Knights Varsity Football Coach Kevin Lynott will go up against the best of the best in the state of Maryland, competing for the Best High School Football Coach in the state of Maryland. In...

Knight Pride

Knight “Pride”

November 19, 2012

By Samantha Carter Online Editor-In-Chief “Pride is key.” This phrase written on a blackboard overlooking the gym during the 1980’s by former Middletown high school football players inspired...

New rules aim to keep players cool

November 2, 2012

By Nick Forbes Pre-season practices for a football player can be one of the best, or one of the worst, times of the year. It's a chance to prove to coaches and teammates that you are worthy of a starting...

‘Marching band isn’t important’ – or is it?

October 22, 2012

By Ashlyn Miller Round Table reporter Many Middletown High School students and parents enjoy the experience of a Knights' football game. It’s part of the soundtrack of fall in Middletown — the...

Into the lives of athletes

February 15, 2011

By Shannon McKenna Round Table editor Her blood is pumping as thHer blood is pumping as the event is about to begin. Her eyes move across the pool, scanning the competition. Cocky and ready to win...

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