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Defender leads from behind

Defender leads from behind

Cooper Woest, Staff Editor

December 5, 2019

After a stellar freshman season, sophomore defender Colson Felt looks to continue his success on the JV soccer team. At the beginning of his sophomore season, Felt was chosen to be one of the team’s starting defenders. With three goals and several assists, Felt has excelled at a position where scoring...

Dailey legacy surpassed

Griffin Tunison , Staff Editor

December 5, 2019

The youngest of the Dailey family has embarked on his journey as the third Dulaney student athlete from his family. His older brother, a graduated senior, Drew Dailey, set many records for the Dulaney running programs. His sister, Marissa Dailey, a junior at Dulaney, is also a prestigious runner. The...

A new chapter for allied soccer

A new chapter for allied soccer

Laura Hennawi and Griffin Tunison 

December 5, 2019

The 2019 Fall season brought about immense change to the Dulaney Allied Soccer team, which regardless, continues to shine in an almost undefeated season. Allied sports coach Anita Shaw describes the loss of former players and the impact it has had on the team. While the athletes predominantly make up the...

Defender leads from behind

Cooper Woest, Staff Writer

December 3, 2019

After a stellar freshman season, sophomore defender Colson Felt looks to continue his success on the JV soccer team. At the beginning of his sophomore season, Felt was chosen to be one of the team’s starting defenders. With three goals and several assists, Felt has excelled at a position where scoring...

Underdogs prevail with new team outlook

Underdogs prevail with new team outlook

Cooper Woest, Staff Writer

December 3, 2019

  The 2019 Dulaney Lions are off to a roaring start. The team has jumped out to an early record of 3-2 with wins against Randallstown, Pikesville, and Perry Hall and losses from Loyola Blakefield and Parkville. With four games left in the season the team looks to keep their winning record and avoid ...

Dear Bryan

Morgan Pierce and Grace Monacelli

November 23, 2019

Dulaney High School’s athletic trainer, Bryan Fulton Read, passed away from colon cancer on Aug. 27, 2019 at 36-years-old. Dulaney hosted a “memorial mile” on Sept. 15, 2019 at 9 a.m. in his memory. Here is our tribute to him and his unwavering commitment to our school: Dear Bryan, You were a part ...

Sophomore radiates positivity

Sophie Sturiale

November 22, 2019

Sophomore Sofia Lopez knows how to lead the team with positivity. Lopez has been playing field hockey for nine years and has spent the last two years as a part of the Dulaney junior varsity team. According to her coaches and teammates, she has taken a serious leadership role this year as well as conti...

Senior’s drive energizes

Senior’s drive energizes

Grace Monacelli

November 22, 2019

Embodying pure strength, poise and grace, senior Jen Bai is a strong presence on and off the badminton court. Bai, who has been an active part of the badminton program since the start of her high school career, has developed from player to team leader. Bai’s individual success is undeniable, a...

Returning quarter opens season with high hopes

Johnny Carroll, Sports Editor

January 7, 2019

With great talent comes high expectations, which is the exactly the case for the varsity basketball team. The quartet of returning starters have opened the season as the No. 5 team in the Baltimore metro area, and with two dominant victories. The ranking is the highest preseason ranking Head Coach...

FALL HIGHLIGHTS RECAP

Owen Campbell, Staff Writer

January 7, 2019

Football: Jeremiah Wynn ended the season with accoldaes including second team All-County, first team All-Division, Baltimore County All-Star selection and most valuable player in the Maryland Crab Bowl game. Jevon Hawkins, Devin Gilliam and Terrance Anderson were also participants in the Baltimore County...

from the stands: complacency corrupts top athletes

Johnny Carroll, Sports Editor

January 7, 2019

In today’s world, few things are guaranteed. Off the top of my head, I can think of three. Death, taxes and change. With such few guarantees in life, it makes it even more frustrating when gifted athletes take their position on a given team for granted. Pittsburgh Steelers’ running back James...

Spirit steers school towards success

Giorgio Gayleard, Sports Editor

January 7, 2019

School spirit involves, by definition from the National Federation of State High School Associations, “a student’s pride in his or her school, a student’s propensity to get other students to be active in school events, and a student’s plans to return to his or her school for special events after...