By: Justin Zulu
By: Sam Kersh
It’s been two years since Glenelg basketball last stepped foot on the court. Nonetheless, both the boys and girls team have kept the same confidence they had back in 2019.
It hasn’t been easy.
For most athletes at Glenelg, they only lost a few games in their 2020 season. But when COVID-19 postponed last year’s sports to the spring, winter sports, such as basketball, didn’t get a second chance.
Now Glenelg boys and girls basketball are ready to make an impact.
By: Kyle Gonce
After finishing their season 16-1, culminating in a 2A State Championship victory, Glenelg’s field hockey team already has its sights set on next season.
Following a 3-2 loss to Marriotts Ridge on Sept. 17, the Gladiators rattled off 13-straight wins, the last five being playoff shutouts en route to their 1-0 win over Hereford on Nov. 13, the team’s first championship since 2017.
By: Mack Leach
The Glenelg boys and girls Cross Country teams ended their seasons finishing fourth and fifth, respectively, at a sloppy and muddy State Championships at Hereford High School on Nov. 13.
Hereford plays host to the Bull Run Course, one of the most challenging in Maryland due to its steep hills, according to sophomore Liam Rutledge. Add the muddy terrain due to the weather that day, and it could have spelled disaster for the runners.