No Pain No Gain

Braden Hamelin, Staff Writer

October 3, 2017


Filed under Fall Sports

It's early fall, the leaves blow gently in the trees above, the sun rises on the horizon...then a gun goes off. Suddenly this amicable scene is interrupted by the thunder of hundreds of kids flying out of the gates. This is cross country season-the most painful, yet rewarding sport in the school.   ...

A Football Game For the Books

A Football Game For the Books

Serena Roberts, Senior Editor

October 3, 2017


Filed under Fall Sports, Showcase

The sun was glaring off the lens of my Polaroid sunglasses as I walked into the maroon filled stadium. It was blazing hot and I could see the sweat bounce off o everyone’s forehead. But none of that mattered because school spirit overpowered everything else.  Towson fans took our side of the bleachers while Dulaney took the other, getting ready for an intense rivalry ga...

Fall Sports Preview 2017

Fall Sports Preview 2017

Amir Defino and Jack Bayne

September 10, 2017


Filed under Fall Sports, Showcase, Sports

Varsity Badminton Coaches: Cary Sonneborn Captains: Cal Herndon, Christine Lamb Game to Watch: Dulaney 9/8 Home 3:45 pm   "We are getting stronger every day, and we have a legit chance of picking up some medals at the county championships later in the season" -James Tabet, sen...

Commemorating 2017

Jack Bayne, Staff Writer

May 16, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Almost every year, professional baseball teams reach a milestone in their franchise’s time. How long a stadium has been built, or how long the team has existed. Three teams will celebrate big milestones in 2017: the Orioles, Mariners, and Braves will all use special equipment, recognizing the big...

Orioles Off to a Steaming Start

NIck Testoni, Staff Writer

May 16, 2017


Filed under Sports, World News

To sum up some major points about the Orioles this year would be giving you the wrong impression about them. Their ace pitcher Chris Tillman finally made his first start this past Sunday against the White Sox where he pitched decently. Arguably their best player Zach Britton is on his second disabled...

Varsity Baseball’s Rebound Season

Varsity Baseball’s Rebound Season

Braden Hamelin, Staff Writer

May 16, 2017


Filed under Sports, Spring Sports

It's no secret that last year's Varsity Baseball Team had some struggles during the season. A mix of many new players on the roster combined with skilled, experienced competition from teams like Dulaney and Catonsville led to a below average season. The 3-15 record they had last year was not at all what...

Spring Sports Preview 2017

Spring Sports Preview 2017

Amir Defino and Jack Bayne, Staff Writers

March 29, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

The weather is getting warmer and spring sports are starting to get rolling again. The spring teams look to continue Towson's tradition of excellence.   ALLIED SOFTBALL Coaches: Shayna Kirschenbaum Captains: TBA Game to Watch: Perry Hall 4/6 Home @ 3:15   VARSITY BASEBALL Coaches:...

Spring Sports Preview 2017

Spring Sports Preview 2017

March 27, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports, Uncategorized

The weather is getting warmer and spring sports are starting to get rolling again. The spring teams look to continue Towson's tradition of excellence. ALLIED SOFTBALL Coaches: Shayna Kirschenbaum Captains: TBA Game to Watch: Perry Hall 4/6 Home @ 3:15 VARSITY BASEBALL Coaches: Brad Eastham ...

The Call to Cooperstown

The Call to Cooperstown

Braden Hamelin, Staff Writer

March 9, 2017


Filed under Other, Sports

For every MLB player that has passed through the league over baseball's over 170 year history, their sole goal is to reach the Hall of Fame (HOF).  The most prestigious title any player can be given to be a Hall of Fame member. Especially for the MLB's youth fanbase , Hall of Famers are idolized...

Towson Boys Varsity Basketball Pulls off Christmas Miracle

Towson Boys Varsity Basketball Pulls off Christmas Miracle

Amir Defino, Staff Writer

January 25, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Students across the country spent their winter break catching up on some much needed sleep and unwrapping presents from Santa Claus. Meanwhile, the Towson boys varsity basketball team was busy unwrapping a brand new trophy. The varsity team participated in the Annual Dundalk Holiday Invitational Tournament...

Towson Varsity Basketball Clash with Rival Dulaney to Launch Season

Towson Varsity Basketball Clash with Rival Dulaney to Launch Season

Amir Defino, Staff Writer

December 5, 2016


Filed under Showcase, Sports, Winter Sports

The long awaited basketball season has finally arrived. The Towson Generals kick off the season with an encounter against their arch-rival, the Dulaney Lions. The game is set for Wednesday, December 7th at Towson. The girls team open up at 4:00 and the boys follow at 5:30. The girls are coming off...

Generals Soccer Magic Came to a Close in State Semis

Burke Harmon, Staff Writer

November 21, 2016


Filed under Fall Sports, Showcase, Sports

After two dramatic penalty-kick wins in the state playoffs, Towson soccer lost by a goal to the State Finalist, Mount Hebron Vikings, in the Class 3A Semifinals. The Game was a defensive struggle all first half after seniors Sam Edwards, Adam Coplai, and Jack Baker played like a united brick wall....

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