Tag: Sports

Marching Band Ends the Year by Cheering on Girls on the Run

The Atholton Marching Band closed out their year by motivating runners during the Girls on the Run 5k.

Marching Band Has Begun Marching to Victory Again

The shining trumpet began the march, guiding the audience’s gaze to their black and green uniforms.

Spring Sports Banquet

Last night, the spring sports teams, including baseball, softball, track, tennis, Allied Softball, and lacrosse, celebrated the end of their seasons at the Spring Sports Banquet and the ensuing awards show.

Allied Softball Hits it out of the Park

Every Tuesday and Thursday, the cracking of bats can be heard ringing in the gym as Atholtons Allied Softball team faces off with their foe. Commandeered by club sponsor Mr. Stuppy and manager Cameron Okolita, the club leaves it all on the field in every game.

Atholton Swim Club Pools Together A Second Place Finish

On April 7th, the Atholton swim club participated in the 2019 Howard County Invitational Swim Meet. Consisting of 17 different events, including 6 relays, the Atholton Jellyfish came in second place overall.

Atholton Hosts Battle of the Books 2019

Atholton’s gymnasium, usually filled to the brim with basketball teams or freshmen getting their PE credit, was packed with book-crazed fifth-graders on Friday night. Across the floor there groups varying from three to five children […]

Winter Sports Records

Atholton winter sports record updated weekly

Taking the Plunge!

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.

NBA Mid-Way Check-In Survey

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.