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Beginning of a Dynasty

Beginning of a Dynasty

Ellen Tucker, Staff Writer
March 3
Filed under Sports, Spring Sports

The Midlothian Boys Lacrosse team is ready to take on the upcoming spring season. The team spent much of the fall preparing by participating in a recreational team to stay in shape and work on building their teamwork and skills. Many of the lacrosse members participated, except for a select few who had...

Shooting for States

Shooting for States

Ellen Tucker, Staff Writer
March 3
Filed under Sports, Spring Sports

After winning the Conference 20 Championship last year, the Midlothian girls lacrosse team hopes to advance even further this season. The girls prepared for their season by participating in an indoor league at XL Sports World. Each Saturday, the girls played full-length games with players from other...

Throwing Heat

Throwing Heat

Lucas Via, Staff Writer
April 26
Filed under Sports, Spring Sports

Midlothian’s baseball team went into the playoffs last year on a hot streak, which ended abruptly by a loss to Monacan in the first round of the conference tournament. The momentum gained at the end of the regular season has revved back up this year with a strong start of 7 -3. This season has alr...

Racing With Rominger

Racing With Rominger

Lucas Via, Staff Writer
April 19
Filed under Sports, Spring Sports

After a successful Indoor Track & Field season, Midlothian looks to the Outdoor season for more of the same. As always with legendary coaches Stan Morgan and Dan Ward, the expectations are nothing less than a state title on both the girls and the boys side. Many of the great accomplishments achieved during ...

Battling the Elements

Battling the Elements

Daniel Wines, Sports Writer
April 11
Filed under Sports, Spring Sports

On Thursday April 7, the boys soccer team entered into one of the most highly contested games of the year against James River. This crosstown rival had a record of 4-1 before entering the game. The boys stepped on to the pitch on windy, chilly, and rainy evening looking to beat their crosstown rival. ...

Winning with Rysedorph

Winning with Rysedorph

Lucas Via, Sports Writer
March 26
Filed under Sports, Spring Sports

Throughout recent years, Midlothian has developed a baseball team loaded with talented players who can compete with any team in the area. Many baseball teams can have an excellent batting lineup; however, if they lack the necessary pitching, winning games become difficult. Every team wishes for that one ...

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