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Baltimore Ravens

Baltimore Ravens

Dennis Nazarov, Assistant Sports Editor
May 18, 2017
Filed under Sports

After a mediocre 8-8 record during the 2016 NFL season, the Baltimore Ravens are looking to get back to winning ways and into the playoffs, where they have been very successful in the past decade. The inability to pull away in close games and the lack of depth in the secondary were two of the biggest...

Rising Tennis Star

Rising Tennis Star

Ava Meltzer, Student Life Editor
February 8, 2017
Filed under Sports

  He serves the ball. He rushes into the net. He winds his arm back and slams the ball home. This hit to victory has been the experience of student and tennis player Jake Fishkin ('18) since he was only six years old.   Fishkin began his tennis journey as a young boy after his father introdu...

Athlete of the Issue: Gillian Greenberg

Athlete of the Issue: Gillian Greenberg

Dennis Nazarov, Assistant Sports Editor
December 13, 2016
Filed under Sports

The Pikesville High girls’ field hockey team had a tremendous season. They went undefeated in the regular season, winning all 11 games. After winning their first playoff game against Loch Raven with a final score of 3-0, they were eliminated with a loss to Sparrows Point in the regional semi-final...

More is Not Always More

More is Not Always More

Ava Meltzer, Student Life Editor
November 15, 2016
Filed under Sports

The benefits of exercise are told everywhere. Nike television ads, health magazines, and celebrities all glorify working out. Moderate exercise is healthy for the body.  However, the world of health has heavily promoted an unhealthy obsession of overuse that makes training dangerous. Fitness gurus gloat...

Pikesville Girls’ Soccer Looking to Bounce Back

Dennis Nazarov, Assistant Sports Editor
October 11, 2016
Filed under Sports

The girls’ soccer team is looking forward to a new season. This season welcomes a new coach and a handful of new players to the varsity team. Coach Aaron takes over as the new varsity coach after previously being the junior varsity coach. “Coach Aaron has a different approach than the coaches...

There Are Two Roads in Life…Run Both

Hannah Jenarine, Assistant Grab-bag Editor
October 11, 2016
Filed under Sports

An unknown author said, “If you don’t like our sport find one with a bench in it.  Running is a mental sport and we are all insane.  No half times.  No time-outs.  No breaks.  From start to finish…we run cross country.” Cross country is a fall sport that commands all of a runners’ energy...

Panther football

Ben Garonzik
June 14, 2016
Filed under Sports

Pikesville High School’s football team is in the midst of their rebuilding process. Over the past few years, Pikesville has amounted to a plethora of losses and only a small handful of wins. Despite their recent history, the Panthers are known to have a lot of heart, and they are determined to play...

Unique freebies

Ben Garonzik
June 10, 2016
Filed under Sports

Besides the hassle of schlepping from their parking spots to the stadium and ravaging through their bags to find their admission tickets, sports fans share a pleasant surprise when they arrive at the gates and they see volunteers generously handing out gifts. Professional sports organizations love gifting...

Basketball overnight camps

Miles Brown
June 6, 2016
Filed under Sports

During the summer of 2016, I will be attending at least two overnight basketball camps that will help me with my skill development and prepare me for my upcoming high school season. These different camps will help immerse me in the sport so I can compete against the best players and receive the kind...

Emily Glossinger commits to Salisbury University

Allen Khodab, Sports Editor
March 10, 2016
Filed under Sports

Emily Glossinger is currently a junior at Pikesville High School and plays three varsity sports. In addition to working diligently as a student, Emily runs cross country and track to prepare for lacrosse, which she trains for year-round. She has been working hard to improve her skills. Her efforts paid...

Emma Johnson commits to Longwood University

Allen Khodab, Sports Editor
March 10, 2016
Filed under Sports

In late November, Emma Johnson ('17) made the decision to commit to Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia. The team's lacrosse coach had expressed a growing interest in Emma after watching her play club lacrosse for Ravens 2017, and decided to offer her a spot on the team. After visiting the school...

Boys’ lacrosse season outlook

Brendan Varhaftik, Sports Editor
February 29, 2016
Filed under Sports

As the winter sports season ends and the weather begins to warm, lacrosse players at Pikesville High prepare for their next successful season. After coming up short against their rival Owings Mills High School in the second round of playoffs, the team looks to improve upon the strides they made last...

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