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Back to the Siegel Center

Back to the Siegel Center

Daniel Wines, Sports Writer
November 21, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports, Sports

After last year's win over Hanover in the 4A State Championship, the Midlothian Boys Volleyball team lost three key players, Michael Ball, Mason Cox, and Max Johnson. Despite these losses, Midlothian was not only able to overcome, but able to thrive due to two-time Conference 20 Coach of the Year, Randy Cox. ...

Beyond Expectations

Beyond Expectations

Sydney Van Horn, Staff Writer
November 13, 2015
Filed under Spring Sports

The Midlothian Lady Trojans Field Hockey team began its season in late August with two challenging games right off the bat. The ladies first battled on home turf against the skilled, Grafton Clippers from Yorktown, Virginia. The girls held this vicious team 0-0 for the majority of the game. However, Gr...

A Night in the Spotlight

A Night in the Spotlight

Eddie Thomas, Staff Writer
November 12, 2015
Filed under A & E

On Friday, November 6th, Mrs. Baugher and Mr. Gallagher stood in the front of the auditorium to welcome all to the annual Midlo Theatre Night, an opportunity for theatre students to show off what they have done in class to their family and friends. The theatre was filled with bone chilling screams and ...

Lady Trojan Field Hockey Shows Heart

Lady Trojan Field Hockey Shows Heart

Sydney Van Horn, Sports Writer
November 11, 2015
Filed under Fall Sports, Sports

After an exciting and riveting regular season, the Midlothian Field Hockey team won in a shutout against Powhatan for the Conference 20 Championship title. Last year, the Lady Trojans lost in a heartbreaking defeat by the Maggie Walker Dragons; however, this year, the ladies came out swinging. With the Con...

Remembering Their Service

Remembering Their Service

Emily Junkmann, Staff Writer
November 11, 2015
Filed under Spotlights, Student Life

On Wednesday, November 11, at 11:00 AM, the students and faculty of Midlothian High School came together to remember Major Charles A. Ransom, a former Midlothian student, who gave the ultimate sacrifice for his country. The idea began a few years ago when Midlothian graduate Stephanie Olson approached Principal ...

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