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NCAA poorly manages return of football

Anna Albergo, Editor

October 30, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has complicated plans regarding the new fall season for many groups including the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The NCAA has been faced with the issue to decide whether to host sporting events in a global health crisis or wait to have a season. Overall, their a...

Weekly NFL Power Rankings

Griffin Tunison , Staff writer

October 7, 2020

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COVID-19: The Curveball in College Recruitment

Cooper Woest and Geoffrey Dochat

June 22, 2020

Sports are a staple of both high school and collegiate culture. With COVID-19 running rampant throughout the nation, schools, along with sports seasons, have been cancelled until further notice across the country. With this happening, many people are left with questions; high school juniors probably...

Olympic hopeful keeps her head up

Jeffrey Yang

June 17, 2020

Dulaney students have been attending school amongst a future Olympian: Alexa Silao. Silao has been known for her remarkable skill in judo as she is an Olympic hopeful and has won numerous competitions with incredible results. Silao is attending UMBC next year with her major currently undecided. Being...

The Blank Playbook

Grace Monacelli and Griffin Tunison 

June 17, 2020

COVID-19 has taken a huge hit on the sports world we once knew. All professional sports leagues have been shut down amidst the virus. Many players are losing parts of their salary during this time because the leagues aren’t bringing in any money. Will sports come back to normal? Will there be fans...

COVID-19: The Curve ball in College Recruitment

Geoffrey Dochat and Cooper Woest

June 17, 2020

Sports are a staple of both high school and collegiate culture. With COVID-19 running rampant throughout the nation, schools, along with sports seasons, have been cancelled until further notice across the country. With this happening, many people are left with questions; high school juniors probably...

Moving the madness from the classroom to the courts

Grace Monacelli and Griffin Tunison 

June 17, 2020

Hey you, yes you! We know you want a chance to have bragging rights over your classmates, and if you're sitting there thinking to yourself, yes, you guys are SO right I do want bragging rights, well stop right here and we’ll tell you how. On Sunday, Mar 15, 2020, the highly anticipated March Madness...

Motivated Freshman Leads the way in Softball

Sophia Paranzino

June 17, 2020

Freshman Junior Varsity softball player Ava Marrow may be new to the Dulaney softball team, but she is hardly new to the sport: Marrow has been playing softball for over seven years. In all her years of playing, she has cultivated a deep love for the sport. Marrow said, “I was motivated to try out...

Home Court Advantage at the Lion’s Den

Cooper Woest and Jeffrey Yang

June 17, 2020

It is important for every sport to have a strong supportive fanbase behind it. A study published by the Journal of Applied Social Psychology found that homecourt advantage is a real thing, as home teams win 60% of the time. Not only do fans help players build confidence, but they also pressure opposing...

Siblings Skate to Success

Anna Albergo

June 17, 2020

When it comes to athletics, freshman Addie and Alex Erdman have looked past the traditional options offered at Dulaney to ice hockey. After watching ice hockey on television over the summer after fifth grade, Alex Erdman decided to take her first skating lesson. Only a year later she inspired her twin...

The Baltimore Blues

Griffin Tunison 

June 17, 2020

Even though Orioles fans are accustomed to failure based off poor performance in the past couple years, getting a yearly reminder of failure hurts . All I can remember is the 2014 postseason run; people showed up to the games and showed support for our baseball team. I would always beg my parents...

Returning state finalists shooting for victory

Griffin Tunison , Staff Writer

February 10, 2020

The Dulaney Basketball team is back in action for the 2019-2020 winter season. The team looks to follow up their state semifinals finish last year. They aim to follow up their state semifinals finish last year with a new vision and strength: depth. With 15 players on the roster, each athlete needs to...