by: Katie Heimberg and Julia Keane
Despite their top-ten finish at the state championship golf tournament in late October, members of Glenelg’s golf team are already looking forward to next season.
Playing in windy conditions Oct. 26 and 27 at The University of Maryland Golf Course, the team placed eighth overall behind sophomore Megan Kirkpatrick’s fourth place finish. It was Kirkpatrick’s first state tournament.
by: Carlin Costell and Ashley Ford
The Allied Sports program is an integral part of the Glenelg community.
Through soccer in the fall, bowling in the winter, and softball in the spring the program is designed to provide students with disabilities an opportunity to be part of a sports team and to participate in an athletic setting.
The program gives students with and without disabilities a chance to develop friendships and an understanding of the value of teamwork, which, according to student aide Amanda Preston, was most evident in their soccer season.
By: Michael Nagle
Playing sports on all levels during the pandemic has been quite controversial. Some say playing organized sports increases the chances for Covid spread, while others maintain personal freedoms outweigh possible consequences.