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Taking the Field

Taking the Field

Lara Ann Douglas, Staff Writer
March 6
Filed under Spring Sports

A major upset in the Conference Semi-Finals ended the Midlothian Varsity baseball team's 2016 season sooner than predicted. This year, the Trojans look to rebuild and integrate new players with returning talent. Under the supervision of coaches Lee Latham, Tubby Pace, and Dennis Moody, Midlothian wel...

Trojans Finish Strong

Trojans Finish Strong

Lucas Via and Lara Douglas
November 9
Filed under Fall Sports, Sports

Throughout recent years, Midlothian High School has struggled to produce strong collegiate football talent. However, with two athletes committing to competitive schools on both the Division I and Division II level, this trend has surely shifted. Senior transfer Jermani Brown and teammate Joey Doherty have bot...

Trojans Tailgate the Way to Victory

Trojans Tailgate the Way to Victory

Lara Ann Douglas and Sydney Van Horn
October 1
Filed under Fall Sports

On Friday, September 23rd, the Midlothian High School senior class gathered for the first tailgate of the year before the football team kicked off against George Wythe. Senior Class Historian Alexa Battle, who helped organize the tailgate, notes, “We killed the turnout this year- it was much better than years pa...

2015 Coal Bowl

2015 Coal Bowl

Bobby Stout, Sports Writer
October 16
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...

Battling Trojans

Battling Trojans

Bobby Stout, Staff Writer
October 1
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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