On November 20, 2018 the Atholton Raiders Volleyball team competed against the Bel Air Bobcats for there second state championship in three years.
You crack open a cold drink with the family as heat from the fire is permeating throughout the room. There is a friendly argument between you and your cousins about what game should be put on the TV. If only there was a fair scale to grade watchability and importance of a certain match to discern which game to watch.
Hockey. Baseball. Basketball. Football. Futbol. Golf. Tennis. Sportsball. This large assortment of sports and games are all great in their own way, but how watchable are their major leagues?
Atholton welcomed new cross country coach Earl Lauer, even though this was his first year the team didn’t experience any drop off in performance.
On September 14th, 2018, the Atholton High School football team and students partook in a once in a lifetime event, coming back from a 21-7 4th quarter deficit to score an overtime win against rival school Reservoir, and did it while playing in the Ravens Rise game of the week.
Atholton fall sports are off to a strong start and look to keep it up!
On Saturday, April 28th, at 11 AM, Atholton’s baseball team partnered with the League of Dreams organization to host a baseball clinic and game for special education students in ALS programs across the county.
Girls track and field are 2018 County Champs!
This year, junior Kevin Scanlon decided to start a rock climbing club at Atholton, sponsored by science teacher Ms. Pappadia
Team Record Baseball 4-4 Lacrosse (Boys) 5-4 Lacrosse (Girls) 1-4-2 Softball 2-6