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Ravens Show Promise for Good Season

Ravens Show Promise for Good Season

October 1, 2014

During the preseason, the Ravens went undefeated, giving fans hope that the team will have a much, much better season than they did this past winter--when they didn't even make it to the playoffs. So far...

Surprising Defeat In Comet Nation

Courtney Lowry and Dani Bowes

September 28, 2014

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One touchdown. That's all the Patriots of Governor Thomas Johnson High did to score the winning points against the Catonsville Comets. "It was close,” seniors Garrett Wack and Evan Rhodes said about the Comets' first home game.  Prior to the game, the Comets were skeptical, considering their opponents were the 14-15 Governor Thomas Johnson Patriots. Gregory Lane, Comet offensive left tackle, even claimed to be ...

The National Felons League

Colin Corcoran, Staff Writer

September 23, 2014

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In light of the recent scandals regarding Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson, I feel as if I need to weigh in on what NFL football has become. I am not an analyst, nor an expert on American football, so I will not be writing like one. I will be writing from my perspective, a fan and a high school player of the sport, because those are the two most important things in the NFL, the players and the fans--obviously something the...

Orioles to the Playoffs?

Orioles to the Playoffs?

September 22, 2014

Will the Orioles pass the playoffs and move onwards to the World Series, or will their luck change for them this September?

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Looking Forward: 2014 Girls Varsity Field Hockey Season

Looking Forward: 2014 Girls Varsity Field Hockey Season

September 16, 2014

Fall sports are one of the many things young athletes look forward to start off another year at CHS. With early tryouts in August, and after school practices in the blazing heat, the Catonsville field...

In the Running for States

In the Running for States

September 16, 2014

"Practice may be hard work, but with the support from teammates and coaches, the hope for achieving one's personal goal becomes more of a legitimate reality."

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CHS Athletes Find Inspiration in Blind Texas Track Star

CHS Athletes Find Inspiration in Blind Texas Track Star

June 3, 2014

Imagine being blind and not being able to see where you are stepping or touching.  Now imagine that you are launching yourself into the air, at least eight feet high, and  you still can’t see where...

Lynch Hired as New Girls Soccer Coach

Lynch Hired as New Girls Soccer Coach

May 13, 2014

Gary Lynch, the new girls varsity soccer coach, has been hired, and he is already preparing for next season.  At the end of April, Coach Lynch had an informational meeting for all returning and potential...

Seniors Commit to College for Sports

Seniors Commit to College for Sports

April 9, 2014

College is an exciting turning point in every teenager's life. But what makes it an even better experience is involvement- specifically involvement in sports. Not only does committing to college for a sport ...

Should College Football Players Be Paid?

April 3, 2014

College football within the NCAA began humbly in 1910, but has since evolved into a billion-dollar industry, with big-name coaches such as Alabama’s Nick Saban collecting up to $7 million each year. ...

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