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Distinguished Graduates 2018: Ceremony celebrates six change-makers

Distinguished Graduates 2018:  Ceremony celebrates six change-makers

by Lilly Player, Managing Editor

November 16, 2018


Filed under Distinguished Graduate Organization

The seventeenth annual Distinguished Graduate Ceremony will be held during PREP on November 20 for the Class of 2022. Selected freshmen will announce and introduce the honorees. There are six categories for LHS graduates to be honored in: academics, athletics, arts and humanities, business, publi...

Erick Stutz signs to play lacrosse for Wheeling Jesuit University

Erick Stutz signs to play lacrosse for Wheeling Jesuit University

by Nicholas Stephan, Tommy Moyer, Bailey Davis, and Jacob Bolger

November 13, 2017


Filed under Fall 2017, Showcase, Sports

On November 8, Erick Stutz signed his National Letter of Intent to play lacrosse at Wheeling Jesuit University. Stutz faced a whirlwind journey to get where he is today, having to endure changes of position and several teams. In eighth grade, he played short stick midfielder. Then Stutz played long st...

Lancers on the wrong side of a tough game: Photo of the Day 4/13/17

Lancers on the wrong side of a tough game: Photo of the Day 4/13/17

by Matthew Gelhard, Reporter

April 13, 2017


Filed under Photo of the Day

After the Linganore's Junior Varsity team got their first win under their belt, the Lancers have been on a cold streak. Losing 13-3 to Oakdale on April 13 in a game that got out of hand. Linganore pulled ahead first 1-0 with the first batter walking and another batter eventually scoring him on a hit...

Small swim team has big goals: Photo of the Day 1/9/2017

Small swim team has big goals:  Photo of the Day 1/9/2017

by Elizabeth Anderson, Reporter

January 10, 2017


Filed under Fall 2016, Photo of the Day, Showcase

On Wednesday, January 9, the Linganore Swimming and Diving Team competed against Governor Thomas Johnson High School at Walkersville High. Though Linganore's swim team is smaller than many of the teams from other schools, they are very passionate about what they do and work hard to succeed. The number...

LHSsees2020: Matt DeMember anticipates life on the field at Grove City College

LHSsees2020: Matt DeMember anticipates life on the field at Grove City College

by Alyssa Mattison, Editor

May 3, 2016


Filed under Senior Destinations 2016, Showcase

On February 3, senior Matt DeMember signed his National Letter of Intent to play football at Grove City College. As the school year comes to an end, he is full with anticipation for the upcoming fall. Grove City College, founded in 1876, is located in Pennsylvania and offers over 50 programs of st...

Outdoor track springs into action: Photo of the Day 3/2/16

Outdoor track springs into action: Photo of the Day 3/2/16

by Alyse Montgomery, Reporter

March 2, 2016


Filed under Photo of the Day, Showcase

With the commencement of spring sports on March 1, many teams are busy preparing themselves for the upcoming season.   Among those teams is the Track and Field team, under Head Coach Bill Eckard.  With many new students coming into the program, Eckard and his team are hoping to challenge long time...

Weekly Calendar: November 1, 2015- November 7, 2015

by Lancer Media

October 31, 2015


Filed under News, Notices

The following events are scheduled the week of November 1, 2015 to November 7, 2015. Note: Events may have an admission fee and are subject to change. Please check the school calendar or FindOutFirst for more information. Sunday, November 1 No events scheduled.  Monday, November 2 12:00- 6:00 pm Volleyba...

After budget cuts, Linganore and Middletown field freshman sports

After budget cuts, Linganore and Middletown field freshman sports

by Abigail Montgomery, Editor

September 23, 2015


Filed under Showcase, Sports

To balance the 2015-2016 budget, the Frederick County Board of Education made the decision on May 27, 2015 to eliminate freshman sports from Frederick County schools.  However, they also gave each high school the opportunity to choose whether or not the schools wanted to continue their freshman sports programs at t...

Joe Calder: Most likely to…cheer you to victory

Joe Calder: Most likely to…cheer you to victory

by Olivia DuBro, Editor

June 29, 2015


Filed under Features, Showcase, Sports

This is the third story in Lancer Media’s 2015 Summer Series: Most Likely to… These feature stories highlight rising seniors who are becoming role models of Lancer Spirit. In August, the mention of a new school year receives eye rolls, heavy sighing, whining, and sarcasm, but students often f...

“Sweet Caroline,” athletic trainer, moves on to graduate program

“Sweet Caroline,” athletic trainer, moves on to graduate program

by Erin Formulak, Editor

May 15, 2015


Filed under Sports

Linganore has a very strong athletic program that’s made up of many talented players who put forth their best efforts during games and practices. Almost all of these players would know that sometimes putting forth a best effort can result in an injury, whether it’s big or small. In fact, it’s not...

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