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Basketball Playoff Preview

Basketball Playoff Preview

Lucas Via, Sports Editor
February 9
Filed under Sports, Winter Sports

Most Midlothian High School coaches and spectators would agree that this year’s boys basketball team is the best in a few years. The team has seven seniors in its graduating class, many of whom have played for four years with the program. The talent and seniority that this Midlothian team possesses ...

Buzzer Beater

Buzzer Beater

Lucas Via, Sports Editor
January 31
Filed under Sports, Winter Sports

Two years ago, Midlothian hosted Clover Hill at home with one of the craziest basketball finishes in Trojan basketball history. In the Junior Varsity game that day, then sophomore and now senior Tyler Gregory heaved up a half-court shot, and as time expired, swished in a 3-pointer to win. Two years later, ma...

Midlothian Loses Close Game to Rival James River

Midlothian Loses Close Game to Rival James River

Lucas Via, Sports Editor
January 19
Filed under Winter Sports

Through the last decade at Midlothian High School, students have graduated, teachers have retired, and administrators have shifted; however, one thing has remained the same: Midlo and James River share a fierce rivalry. Each year, arguably the biggest rivalry for the Trojans is when they face off a...

January Students of the Month

January Students of the Month

Principal Shawn Abel and Anna Chen
January 16
Filed under Spotlights

The MHS male student of the month is one of Midlo's top athletes, who has become a leader on the court. He has helped the Boys Basketball team improve through his strong leadership and contributions. In an overtime loss to Powhatan, he scored 37 points for Midlo! His teachers comment that he makes positive...

Turnovers Trump Trojans

Turnovers Trump Trojans

Lucas Via, Sports Writer
December 7
Filed under Sports, Winter Sports

Midlothian High School head basketball coach David Brohl preaches the importance of limiting “Turnovers, Turnovers, Turnovers!”.  The Trojans have tallied nearly 20 turnovers in their first two games. Senior captain Tyler Gregory described how their sometimes sloppy offense ends up hurting them defensively,...

Midlothian Basketball Looks to Start Anew

Midlothian Basketball Looks to Start Anew

Lucas Via, Sports Editor
November 21
Filed under Winter Sports

The Midlothian High School Varsity Boys Basketball team have struggled in recent years; however, with a plethora of experience returning for the Trojans, they look to turn the page towards a new chapter of Midlothian Basketball. The boys return all five starters from the previous year, including seniors: Rico ...

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