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Linganores girls varisty stand with the teachers they appreciate.

Lancer Spotlight 10/12/21: Linganore’s girl’s varsity team appreciates their teachers and pull out the win

by Sophia Hopkins, Reporter October 14, 2021

On October 12, girls varsity soccer team played against South Hagerstown. During the halftime break, each team player highlighted a teacher that they appreciate. The team picked teachers from elementary,...

Sophomore Brady Densock dribbles the ball up the field.

Boys soccer struggles to find their groove

by Eric Simonson, Reporter September 30, 2021

After playing three games against Walkersville, North Hagerstown, and Thomas Johnson they are 0-3. Obstacles included playing only three games so far due to weather delays and a young growing team. Walkersville...

College Football Realignment how it is causing chaos for NCAA

College football realignment causing chaos for NCAA

by Nate Reinfurt, Reporter September 29, 2021

With the news of Oklahoma and Texas joining the SEC this has college football being shaken to its core once again. Not only does the power balance in college football shift towards Power 5 schools even...

The 2021 season NHL playoff bracket

Washington Capitals lose to Boston, crushing my hope for Stanley Cup – again

by Brynne McKinney, Reporter May 21, 2021

My favorite team is definitely the Washington Capitals. I have been a  Caps fan for as long as I can remember; however, I really started to watch and enjoy the game of hockey in 2018 when the Washington...

Andrew Lyons, Kyle Wiegand, Adam Liston, Ethan Zelinsky, Dalton Markel, Danny Hester, and Tommy Ament pose for their team picture this season.

Small but mighty: Boys tennis competes with few players

by Dalton Markel, Reporter May 18, 2021

The boys tennis team is made up of seven players, three returning and four rookies with new coach Jennifer Wheat. A small team, but mighty, they have a record of 2-4 as of May 24.  On May 19, the team...

Lancer Media Sports Podcast: The COVID football season

by Jason Byrd, Sports Editor May 6, 2021

On this episode of the Lancer Media Sports Podcast, I talk with senior football players Scott Hummel and Xander McClure. In arguably the toughest year to try and run a sports season, the Lancers were able...

The Lancers lineup on defense, as they await the Knights play on first down.

Even though fans are limited, this football season gives hope for the future

by Jason Byrd and Gio Fuentes March 26, 2021

After a lot of anticipation, a short season, and missing the first game against Oakdale (due to a covid positive test), LHS beat Middletown by a score of 29-19 on March 19. Senior running backs Xander...

The JV girls soccer team during halftime of their home game on March 11, 2021 against Brunswick.

Making connections and connecting passes: New captains lead JV girls soccer team

by Alyssa Pizer and Chloe Little March 24, 2021

As the players warm up, the stands begin to fill to a lesser capacity than all are used to. Led by their three captains: Alex Stuart, Anessa Davy, and Alyssa Pizer, the girls JV soccer team is reaching...

Packed stadium vs an empty one: does home-court advantage exist without fans?

Without fans, is there any home court advantage?

by Madeline Williamson, Gio Fuentes , Editor March 3, 2021

The crowds roar, fans pound their feet to the grounds and scream. The game is close, and the home team is about to take the lead. A player sinks a three-pointer. The crowd goes wild.  “The crowd...

#NationalSigningDay2021: Hailey Carr to play softball at Shenandoah University

#NationalSigningDay2021: Hailey Carr to play softball at Shenandoah University

by Erica Blockinger and Chloe Little February 17, 2021

On February 3, Hailey Carr signed to play Division III softball for the hornets at Shenandoah University. Although Carr looked at other schools, Shenandoah stood out to her the most.  “I didn’t...

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