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Freshman runners propel girl’s track and field team to place 7th in the Maryland 3A State Championship

The 4x400 relay team celebrate after a successful race!

by Elizabeth Rajnik, Reporter

June 14, 2019

On May 24 and 25, the girls track and field team competed at the Maryland 3A State Championship at Morgan State University. The two day meet proved to be very successful for the Lady Lancers as they placed 7th out of 45 teams with 36 points, the best result they’ve had in many years. Frederick Hig...

Senior Countdown 2019: Three girls track seniors are eager to cross the finish line with just three days of school left

Seniors Morgan Matthews, Khelsa Connolly, and Savannah Sitler pose in front of lane three on the track with their relay baton.

by Elizabeth Rajnik, Reporter

May 17, 2019

May 17 marks three days left of school for seniors, and the three girl’s track seniors can’t wait! This year, Khelsa Connolly, Morgan Matthews and Savannah Sitler will be furthering both their education and track careers into college. Each athlete has been a member of the varsity track team for all...

Poor track conditions don’t stop boys track team from dominating regional meet: Photo of The Day 2/8/19

Senior Allejah Seraton smokes his competition in the 500 meter run.

by Bailey Spore and Elizabeth Rajnik

February 8, 2019

On February 7, the Maryland 3A West Regional Championship for indoor track and field was held at the 5th Regiment Armory in Baltimore. The Armory, a track often criticized by athletes, made the Regional Championship much more difficult for the competing athletes. Despite the handicap, boys won the meet and...

Connolly, Hall and Mathews set personal records in track

Khelsa Connolly competes at a track meet.

by Kendall Martin and Julie Walker

January 23, 2019

Khelsa Connolly, Rachel Hall and Caroline Perrone were featured in The Frederick News Post as All-County athletes in cross country for their achievements during the 2018 fall season. Senior Khelsa Connolly has been making waves in the cross country and track community,  breaking records and sett...

Boys indoor track and field place second at counties; girls place fourth

Senior Joey Felton blows past his competitors to win the 55-meter dash.

by Braden Weinel, Reporter

January 22, 2019

On January 18, The Frederick County indoor track and field championships were held at Hagerstown Community College. The boys team placed second overall, just behind the first place Oakdale Bears. Joey Felton, Carter Holsinger, Colby Bannon, and Michael Belmaggio all dominated in their events to push the Lancers' score higher and higher. Felton placed first...

Indoor track and field participates in their first meet

Morgan Mathews prepares to throw the shot put.

by Ethan Hart and Carson Buck

December 10, 2018

On Saturday, December 8, the indoor track and field team participated in the Terry Baker Invitational at Hagerstown Community College. The boys placed 11th out of 18 participating teams, despite not sending all of their varsity athletes. The girls placed 8th out of 16 participating teams. Boys R...

News for December 3

by Lancer Media

December 3, 2018

Members of the Science National Honor Society are reminded that their membership applications are due today to Mr. Sunkel in Room A139. Congratulations to Khelsa Connolly and Megan Martin who won the 2nd place in Creative use of Materials in the Rethink Recycle Competition at the Department of Envi...

Cross Country boys and girls place high in Frederick County Championships

Julia Follis and Kelly Safsten run past the 2 mile marker.

by Emily Webb, Editor

October 29, 2018

On October 25, the cross country teams competed in the Frederick County Championships held at Governor Thomas Johnson High School. The 5K race was the second out of four championship races. The girls team placed 4th and the boys team placed 2nd. The girls did well, having three of their seven vars...

The halfway mark is time for reflection and anticipation

Mrs. Rebetsky's 9th grade English class poses for an end-of-semester selfie.

by Emily Webb, Reporter

January 28, 2018

With Semester 1 coming to a close, students were both excited and reflective. What was your favorite class this semester? Byrd: “I enjoyed journalism because it wasn’t stressful and it was a nice break from my other classes.” Class of 2020 member Ave Boghossian-James said, “I liked spo...

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