To infinity and below! Senior Jessie Zinderman is taking on the Super Plunge at the Sandy Point State Park on Saturday, January 19th. After years of participating in the Polar Bear Plunge, Zinderman has pledged to do the Super Plunge this year, where she will jump into the freezing water once every hour for a full 24 hours.
The NBA season is nearly half-way through and there have been lots of big performances and events so far. So we (Abideen Jallow, Raymond (RJ) Brown, and Kellen Morris) are going to see where our opinions differ half-way through the nearly nine month long season.
You are probably wondering “well, what’s my team going to have to do to make the playoffs? What sort of chance do we have?” Have no fear, because the students and staff of AHS believe they have the answer.
After winning their first two scrimmages by a combined 87 points against Glen Burnie and Fairmont Heights, Atholton Coach Jared Albert and his varsity players have their sights set on states going into the 2018-19 season.
Atholtons top 14 cross country runners raced their hearts out at the MPSSAA 3A State XC Championships on Saturday November 10th. They faced brutal winds, cold weather, and fierce competition. Nonetheless they performed to the best of their abilities.
On November 14, in front of their friends and families, five Atholton athletes signed their letters of intent to play a sport on the collegiate level.
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?