Pushing the limits: Athletes reach breaking point

Lizzie Catrambone, IDR Editor

September 25, 2018

Filed under Showcase, Sports

Anyone who has played, or even just watched, a sport knows that injuries are very common.  One minute, a player will be running around perfectly fine, and the next minute, they will be on the ground crying out in pain.  So why...

Bayne: running distance, charting the course

Rebekah Keaton, Production Manager

September 25, 2018

Filed under Showcase, Sports

    On the November 18, people from all over will be gathering to run 26.2 miles throughout the city of Philadelphia. Among them will be social studies teacher, Mr.  Ryan Bayne.     Bayne has been running since his se...

Thrilling three sport freshman

Charlotte McElwain, Hawks Reporter

June 5, 2018

Filed under Showcase, Sports

Being a freshman is hard as is; with all the school work, new and more challenging classes, and the fear of upperclassman. Some of those freshies can do it all, while playing fall, winter, and spring sports, but many still struggle.   ...

NFL releases new rule against players kneeling during national anthem

James Zangrilli, Hawks Reporter

June 5, 2018

Filed under Sports

     On May 23rd, 2018 the National Football League held a meeting among team owners to discuss a new rule to fine players who choose to kneel during the playing of the national anthem.      The kneeling had first started in 20...

Hawks spring sports closure

Rebekah Keaton, Hawks Reporter

June 5, 2018

Filed under Showcase, Sports

        Despite much of the season being peppered with rain, NH spring athletes came away far more than just soggy socks.     JV baseball, coached by science teacher, Mr. Douglas Heeter, had a team a...

Lunar Allstars take on ESPN Worlds cheer competition

James Zangrilli, Hawks Reporter

June 5, 2018

Filed under Sports

     North Harford sophomore Chloe Hinson is part of one the best cheer teams in Maryland called Lunar. It can be compared to your equivalent of a travel or club soccer team, but for Cheer.      Chloe and her team recently had the ...

Saddle up; NH students take the reigns

HANNAH AYRES, Reporter

June 5, 2018

Filed under Showcase, Sports

Gallop, trot, canter:  equestrians at the Hawks Nest are preparing for summer competitions and looking back on their past achievements of riding horses.     Freshman Emily Worden had been horseback riding for six years....

Health corner – kicking donor kidneys to curb

EMMIE CATRAMBONE, Reporter

May 15, 2018

Filed under Health and Science, Sports

The kidney is a very important bodily organ, as it removes toxins from the bloodstream and helps to extract waste from the body.  Without kidneys, a person can survive only for a few days to a few weeks - after that, they will...

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