Hawks take flight to Camden Yards: Finishing season with team trip


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On May 29, the varsity baseball team will have the opportunity to go to Camden Yards to watch the Orioles take on the Nationals. With a rough beginning to the season, the Orioles are currently ranked last in the American League East, 18 games out of first place. However, the Nationals have also had a rough season so far. They are currently ranked second to last in the National League East (four out of five) and are three games out of first place.


Regardless of the teams’ current records, there is still a lot baseball left in the season. With 162 games total in the regular season there is still room to think positively. That is exactly what North Harford baseball team is doing. Junior Will Eakes stated he’s going on the trip “to hang out with my friends and I’m excited for the ride because bus rides are fun with the team.” Not only is the team excited to see the game but also to be there with their team.


A similar response was given by senior Jake Helewicz. “I’m really excited to go to the game because we get to spend quality time together as a team. We have seven seniors so we get to hangout right before graduation.”  This year, the team will be saying goodbye to seven seniors.


They recently had their senior night at Ripken in Aberdeen. They went head to head against C. Milton Wright. After a battle that kept the crowd on the edge of their seats, they came home with a 12-8 win.


The trip to Camden Yards will be their last event as a team and what better way to celebrate that seeing a baseball game together.

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Hawks take flight to Camden Yards: Finishing season with team trip