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Senior Chris Rindov received an honorable mention in the Washington Post All-Met for 2018 for his play on varsity soccer in the fall.

RHS All-Met Athletes for Fall 2018

Anna Stewart, News Managing Editor March 14, 2019

In the months after the fall sports season comes to a close, many high school athletes are recognized for their exceptional performances throughout the season. There are two ways to be recognized: by the...

Rams' Foul Trouble Helps End Season with .500 Record

Rams’ Foul Trouble Helps End Season with .500 Record

Jack Welch, Staff Writer March 13, 2019

Boys varsity basketball (11-11) fell to the Westminster Owls (15-6) 54-51 March 4 in the sectional semifinals at Westminster High School, putting an end to their 2018-19 season. The Owls opened the...

Seattle Should Once Again Have an NBA Team

Seattle Should Once Again Have an NBA Team

Jack Horan, Staff Writer February 28, 2019

With the city of Seattle, Wash. getting a National Hockey League (NHL) team that will start playing during the 2021-22 season, many basketball fans are asking for the National Basketball Association (NBA)...

Rams to Watch: Blessed Mbogo and Twins Naila and Nia Newman

Rams to Watch: Blessed Mbogo and Twins Naila and Nia Newman

Andrew Coulibaly and Matthew DiFonzo February 28, 2019

Blessed Mbogo, Boys Basketball Junior forward Blessed Mbogo has grown into a versatile player and valuable asset for the boys varsity basketball team in his second year, rising to the occasion and aiding...

The Poms team performed at three invitationals and then competed at the county competition.

Poms Wins Spirit Award Third Year in a Row, Risks Dropping to Division 2

Erin Bode, News Managing Editor February 26, 2019

With the RHS Pompons (Poms) placing sixth overall out of eight teams at the MCPS Countywide competition Feb. 2 at Blair High School, the team is now facing the possibility of moving down a division when...

2018 Sports Highlights

2018 Sports Highlights

Matthew DiFonzo, Sports Managing Editor February 26, 2019

Looking back on 2018, there were many highlights throughout the year for sports at the college and professional level. Here is a look at some of the top, memorable moments of the year, some of which will...

Patriots Outlast, Outperform Rams in Superbowl Rematch

Patriots Outlast, Outperform Rams in Superbowl Rematch

Jack Horan, Staff Writer February 26, 2019

Super Bowl 53 has come and gone, a defensive battle between the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots.The Patriots came out on top, defeating the Rams 13-3 and making quarterback Tom Brady the most...

Senior boys and girls on the varsity basketball teams players in their final home game against the Wheaton Knights Feb. 15.

Varsity Basketball Teams Score Victory on Senior Night

Nathan Pianalto, Sports Staff Writer February 22, 2019

In their last regular season home games, the varsity boys (10–9) and girls (10–8) basketball teams were victorious on senior night as they took down the Wheaton Knights Jan. 15. The girls starting...

Rams boys and girls varsity basketball teams fell to the Einstein Titans Feb. 8 in the annual Lily's Hope basketball event, which raised over $1,000 to support cancer research and families affected by cancer.

Lily’s Hope Succeeds Despite Rams’ Struggles

Nathan Pianalto and Brendan Stewart, Staff Writers February 20, 2019

Varsity boys (10–9) and girls (11–8) basketball teams took the court to play the Einstein Titans at home Feb. 8, while fans, many dressed in yellow and pink Lily’s Hope shirts from this year and...

Senior center Jimmy Sorunke battles the WJ defense.  Sorunke scored 14 points in the Rams' loss to the Wildcats.

Wildcats Pounce Rams with Strong Shooting

Jack Welch, Staff Writer February 19, 2019

Boys varsity basketball (10 - 9) fell to the Walter Johnson (WJ) Wildcats (15-6) 77-57 Feb. 12 away, due to the strong shooting performance by the Wildcats. The Wildcats started off strong, scoring...

Baseball coach Farron Riggs holds a plaque honoring him as the Maryland baseball coach of the year. Riggs has been coaching for 21 years.

Baseball Coach Wins State Award

Aidan Brami, Print Copy Editor February 15, 2019

Farron Riggs is more than just a varsity baseball coach at RHS, he has become a mentor to many players who have come through the program. After finishing the 2018 season with a 15-3 record, Riggs won the...

Wisp Ski Resort is about three and a half hours away. There are eight black slopes, 13 blue slopes and nine green slopes open as of now.

Top Spots to Hit the Slopes for the 2018-2019 Ski Season

Teddy Bilodeau, Staff Writer February 13, 2019

As the winter season progresses, winter activities go into full effect as resorts finally have the consistent cold weather they need to make enough snow to cover the mountains. RHS students have access...

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