Sports for Life team competes, seeks volunteers

LIZZIE CATRAMBONE, IDR Editor

May 21, 2019

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  Every year, the Sports for Life program competes in tournaments for bocce ball in the winter, bowling in the fall and basketball in the spring. The team spends time after school practicing for their final games, usually from...

First glimpse at Orioles 2019 season;Camden Yards celebrates fun in baseball

ALISON GRAFTON, News Editor

May 21, 2019

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The Baltimore Orioles started their season on April 4. The kickoff to the season free admission, live music, food, and games to play.      The kickoff to the 2019 season did not look very strong for the Orioles after losi...

Girls lacrosse heads into regionals;Shooting for most wins

ELLIE EVANS, Reporter

May 21, 2019

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   As the season for JV teams winds down, varsity Hawks are preparing for postseason play. Going into the playoffs, the team was seeded first. Girls varsity lacrosse had a bye on Wednesday, May 8 but the team played Friday aga...

The peak of performance:Hauf breaks vault record twice

ALISON GRAFTON, News Editor

May 21, 2019

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    At Susquehanna Divisional Championships on April 16, sophomore Darian Hauf set the NH pole vault record at 10 feet. Just over a week later, she beat her own record with 10 feet 3 inches at a meet against Edgewood and Pat...

Playing for Erin: Legacy lives on at the Nest

Tori Gay, Reporter

May 21, 2019

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When 16- year -old Erin Drumm was a junior at North Harford, she would have been a starting goalie for the varsity girls lacrosse team. However, after an 11 day battle with leukemia on December 22, 2015, Drumm passed away. ...

Making weight; wrestlers accommodate

Grant Scarboro, Carly Kurgan, Charlotte McElwain, Reporter

January 24, 2019

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There are many obstacles to tackle before making it to the mat in wrestling.  A main component is making weight. In the end, the scale decides whether an athlete will or will not compete and because of this many athletes in and ou...

Coming up short; Being a good sport

Alison Grafton, Health and Science Editor

January 24, 2019

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In athletics, losing can be one of the most devastating things, and learning to cope can be challenging. NH’s coaches help many student athletes with managing how to deal with coming up short.     Varsity tennis coa...

King takes aim on archery

Lauren Seco, OP/ED Editor

January 24, 2019

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Junior Heather King has been participating in archery since she was eight years old, and she started competitive archery during her early middle school years. While she hasn’t been doing it lately, she is a knowledgeable on all a...

Blogging, vlogging Hawks

GRANT SCARBORO, Reporter

November 27, 2018

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Junior Kassie Reeves is a student who classifies herself as both a blogger and vlogger. Her content is driven by her major hobby, horseback riding. Reeves said her blogs reflect her performance at her most recent horse shows....

Water polo wing: NH exchange student shows off skills

EMMIE CATRAMBONE, Entertainment Editor

November 27, 2018

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While HCPS does not offer water polo as a competitive sports, one student here has had some experience with this activity. French exchange student Mathilde Chone competes in what is described by some as an exhausting and exhilarating...

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