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Dream Big. Never Quit.

Dream Big. Never Quit.

Sydney Van Horn, Staff Writer
October 26, 2015
Filed under Sports

University of Richmond alumni, Marc Megna, visited Midlothian High School on Monday, October, 26th, to speak to aspiring young athletes about his past and present experiences. Randy West, Midlothian football assistant coach and coordinator for the Trojan Live Network (TLN) and Mr.Megna have been clos...

2015 Coal Bowl

2015 Coal Bowl

Bobby Stout, Sports Writer
October 16, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports, Sports

On the night of October 16th, Midlothian and James River came together to play one of the biggest rivalry games of the season: the Coal Bowl. However, on this night, the event held an additional purpose; it served as the Pink-Out Scholarship Fundraiser. In order to raise funds, both schools sold pink Co...

The Girl Who Does It All

The Girl Who Does It All

Sydney Van Horn and Neha Kulkarni
October 13, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports, Sports

It is well known that the mark of a perfect person is usually admirable athleticism, stellar grades, a large social circle, and a copious amount of coffee to compensate for the sleep deprivation to achieve such feats. Senior Frankie Urcia, however, has not only achieved such feats (admittedly with her...

The Boys Are Back

The Boys Are Back

Daniel Wines, Sports Writer
October 11, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports, Sports

After winning the 4A State Championship over Hanover last season, the boys volleyball team look to repeat. However, it will be a challenge, since they lost three star players: Michael Ball, setter; Mason Cox, setter; and Maxwell Johnson, middle blocker. One key part of the team remains, senior Nick ...

Battling Trojans

Battling Trojans

Bobby Stout, Staff Writer
October 1, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports, Sports

After coming off a 2-8 season, the Trojan Football program looks to improve this year. Losing great players at crucial positions, including Michael Warren, the odds were not amazing. Having a great performance in 7 on 7ś in the spring, players such as Nate Millar showed that the team had a real chance...

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