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Shylo Arneson commits to Frostburg State University

Shylo Arneson commits to Frostburg State University

by Cindy Zheng, Reporter
February 3, 2017
Filed under Sports, Spring 2017

On February 1st, 2017, Shylo Arneson signed her National Letter of Intent to Frostburg State University. As a member of the varsity Softball team, Arneson was able to experience a high caliber of play when Linganore went to states. Sadly they lost to Northern-Calvert with a score of two. Arneson is also...

Triple Threat: Noll Stieren to join two older brothers at Salisbury University

Triple Threat: Noll Stieren to join two older brothers at Salisbury University

by Ethan Hart, Reporter
February 3, 2017
Filed under Showcase, Sports, Spring 2017

For star defensive back Noll Stieren, football is a family affair. On February 1, Stieren signed his letter of intent to play football for the Salisbury University Seagulls. He will play along with his brothers Clark, a former Linganore quarterback-turned-defensive back at Salisbury, and Wade, who transfe...

Miranda Timberlake signs to play soccer at Nazareth College

Miranda Timberlake signs to play soccer at Nazareth College

by Mallory Maher, Reporter
February 3, 2017
Filed under Showcase, Sports, Spring 2017

 Since she was four years old, Miranda Timberlake has been in love with one sport. Soccer. On February 4, 2017, Timberlake took her first step towards her collegiate soccer career and signed her letter of intent to Nazareth College, who finished their last season 15-4-2. During this past soccer s...

Soccer player Lapen “Rams” her way into Philadelphia University

Soccer player Lapen “Rams” her way into Philadelphia University

by Madison Reeley, Sydney Rossman, and Lily Weaver
February 2, 2017
Filed under Sports, Spring 2017

On February 1, Meredith Lapen signed to the Philadelphia University Women's Soccer team. While Lapen was a senior in 2016, she racked up 8 goals and 6 assists. “She saw the field better than anyone else on the field,”  said Coach Putterman. Putterman said Lapen helped the team slow down an...

Lancer to Blazer: Grace Weaver Signs to Hood College to play Soccer

Lancer to Blazer: Grace Weaver Signs to Hood College to play Soccer

by Alex Ismael and Tory Spruill
February 2, 2017
Filed under Showcase, Sports, Spring 2017

February 1st - Grace Weaver signed to Hood College to play for the Blazers’ soccer. Weaver has been a part of the varsity team for four years. This season, Weaver was a starting central defender. Previously, she had taken on the positions of center mid and outside wing. In her club teams, she has always been a st...

Seniors Sign National Letters of Intent

Seniors Sign National Letters of Intent

by Beau Cameron, Managing Editor
February 2, 2017
Filed under Showcase, Sports, Spring 2017

Graduation, as most athletes know all too well, often terminates a player’s career in sports. In football, only 8% of all high school players are recruited to play in college, 2.4% in Division I schools. On National Signing Day, February 1,  eight senior athletes committed to college athletics. Noll ...

Seahawk’s Score Garofolo as New Soccer Commit

Seahawk’s Score Garofolo as New Soccer Commit

by Lourdes Jack and Brandon Cooper
February 2, 2017
Filed under Showcase, Sports, Spring 2017

National Signing Day is a day where senior athletes sign their letters of intent to play a college sport. Ines Garofolo signed to Saint Mary’s College of Maryland to play soccer on February 1.   Saint Mary’s College is a four-year liberal arts college located in St. Mary’s City, Maryland. Ines is ...

Michael Rajnik signs to play baseball at Elizabethtown College

Michael Rajnik signs to play baseball at Elizabethtown College

by Grace Brooks and Emily Reed
February 2, 2017
Filed under Showcase, Sports, Spring 2017

Michael Rajnik, a center fielder and four-year varsity starter, signed his letter of intent to play baseball at Elizabethtown College. Rajnik has been playing baseball since he was five and his father, Mike Rajnik, put the baseball in his hand. “My father has always been my biggest supporter,” s...

Top 10 of 2016: Major sports events to remember

Top 10 of 2016: Major sports events to remember

by Kennedi Ambush, Editor
December 19, 2016
Filed under Sports

It was a remarkable year for sports, including the Rio Olympics, a record-breaking World Series, and a March Madness ending with Villanova upsetting the national favorites. Here's a view of 2016 in sports. 10. Kentucky Derby  The 142nd Derby was held on May 7, in Louisville, Kentucky at Churchill Downs. This year th...

Easterday ready to dominate as a teacher and coach on the court

Easterday ready to dominate as a teacher and coach on the court

by Kennedi Ambush, Editor
December 13, 2016
Filed under Showcase, Sports

 Rachel Easterday is a 1996 LHS girls basketball state champion. Now she is a champion of LHS girls varsity basketball as their coach. In high school, she was a senior guard,  mainly a defensive player. She owned her role on the court, defending against the best players in Maryland. After s...

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