History was made Thursday afternoon at Mt. Hebron High School as senior Cassy Lopez signed her National Letter of Intent to wrestle at Presbyterian College in South Carolina. Lopez is the first ever female wrestler to sign a National Letter of Intent and receive a scholarship from a […]
On March 10, Mt. Hebron’ science teacher Mr. Daniel Blocklin and his hockey team participated in the Naval Academy Hockey for Heroes tournament raising $2,746 towards wounded veterans organizations. These organizations include the Wounded Warrior Project, USA Warriors Ice Hockey, Truckin 4 Troops and Fisher House Helping Military […]
The Mt. Hebron Wrestling team finished a tremendous season and accomplished a feat they have not been able to do for 16 years. On Feb. 8, the Vikings won their first regional title since 2002 before also beating Bel Air in the 3A semifinals 42-30. However, the Vikings […]
The college football playoffs finished in dramatic fashion on Monday, as the Alabama Crimson Tide rolled to another National Championship victory over the Georgia Bulldogs, 26-23 in overtime. Behind freshman quarterback, Tua Tagovailoa, the Crimson Tide sparked on all cylinders in the second half coming back from a […]
With the cold and frigid winter temperatures approaching, Mt. Hebron winter sports teams began preparing and practicing for an eventful and action-packed season ahead of them. The teams competing this winter will include boys’ and girls’ basketball, winter cheerleading, indoor track and wrestling. On the basketball court, both […]
Early Friday morning, a bomb was detonated on the London Underground, injuring 29 people and stopping all movement in the Tube. Officials quickly launched a search for the terrorist in the city of London. Officials say that the explosive was a homemade bucket bomb. Detectives from the London […]
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