Kansas St. point guard Markquis Nowell had an absolute day last Thursday, leading the team to a 98-93 overtime victory over Michigan State, propelling them to the Elite Eight. The 5’8’’ Nowell, known for his strong ball-handling skills and unparalleled passing ability, put up 20 points and 19 […]
On Mar. 5, 2023, senior Sam Jordan became Mt. Hebron’s first wrestling state champion in school history, winning the 4A/3A Division Tournament. Jordan (below), nicknamed “Big Red” for his ginger mullet and 6’0’’ 214 lb. frame, beat four opponents for a combined tournament point total of 24-8 before […]
By: Maria Estaphanos and Solana Wynn With spring sports around the corner, Mt. Hebron students are ready to jump in. Spring sports at Mt. Hebron include softball, baseball, lacrosse, tennis, and outdoor track and field, and students are more than ready to get back to the spring sport […]
By: Maria Estaphanos and Solana Wynn For the first time since 2020, Mt. Hebron High School’s field and track team was able to compete in county championships at the Prince George Sports and Learning Complex. Jan. 20th, 2022 marks the day that students were able to participate in […]
By Cooper Baer With the Major League Baseball (MLB) season rapidly approaching, fans are growing more skeptical about the start date of spring training and the regular season. The Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), the set of rules that determine how much money professional baseball players make, is yet […]
By Jeffrey Mansour With the kickoff of the new league year, the 2022 NFL free agency period has seen an unprecedented number of transactions involving many of the league’s top athletes. Record-breaking contracts have been signed and numerous superstars have found new teams to play for in a […]
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