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First & Final Field Day

Mikaela T., Sports Writer and Editorialist May 3, 2021

According to Mercy High School’s extensive list of traditions on their website, Field Day is a spring spectacle featuring athletic events, funny races, and presentations by each class. The competition...

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Once an Oriole…

Mikaela T., Sports Writer and Editorialist March 17, 2021

En route to a college admissions tour, I cross the border between Pennsylvania and Maryland. I find myself wondering what baseball team I’d be rooting for in the next 4 years. Though a self-proclaimed...

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Maryland in March Madness

Mikaela T., Sports Writer and Editorialist February 18, 2021

As snow falls, anticipation rises across the nation. Families watch the exciting collegiate level basketball games leading up to the deciding Selection Sunday. If you find yourself confused, here's a quick...

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Falling Short of the Final Four

Mikaela T., Sports Writer and Editorialist January 21, 2021

The Baltimore Ravens faced a devastating loss to the Buffalo Bills on the evening of January 16th, resulting in their elimination from the playoffs. This is only one of the numerous hits the team and their...

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“Play Like a Girl”

Mikaela T., Sports Writer and Editorialist December 24, 2020

The phrase "Play like a Girl" is finally seeing the light. Well, at least the light that hits the back of a helmet. Vanderbilt’s Sarah Fuller is the first woman ever to play in the Power 5 Conference....

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Magic Behind the Mask

Mikaela T., Sports Writer and Editorialist November 19, 2020

It’s evident that returning to school this fall has been anything but normal. Schedules, clubs, and sports alike have all been heavily altered in the interest of student and staff’s safety. “Though,...

Being A Cheerleader in the Mercy-IND Big Game

Being A Cheerleader in the Mercy-IND Big Game

Emily Fitz-Patrick, Author January 27, 2020

The Mercy-IND game is the most competitive game of the school year. Teachers sit front row to watch the action, students sit in the student section, and family members watch from the top of the stadium,...

Heading to a Ravens Game?

Heading to a Ravens Game?

Kelley Scott, Author November 25, 2019

Are you going to a Baltimore Ravens game anytime soon? Never been? Here is some important things to know. What do I do before gameday? Whether the game is on Sunday, Monday, or Thursday, you want...

The Indifference in Women Sports

The Indifference in Women Sports

Cassidy Roberts, Staff March 20, 2019

In the Mercy community, people have wondered why Calvert Hall College was getting their second turf field while Mercy remained with none. It is very common for men’s sports to be more recognized and...

53rd Big Game

53rd Big Game

Cassidy Roberts , Staff February 27, 2019

The Mercy vs Institute of Notre Dame Game has been a very long tradition for our school. This game originated back in 1967, when they were the pregame for the Baltimore Bullets. The Baltimore Bullets...

End of Fall Season Sports

Cassidy Roberts November 28, 2018

   With the leaves falling and the air getting colder, the fall sports came to a close. Varsity volleyball has officially ended their season with a loss to St. Mary’s in the quarterfinals. They had...

Savanna’s Broken Record for Varsity Volleyball

Savanna’s Broken Record for Varsity Volleyball

Cassidy Roberts, Staff October 24, 2018

Varsity’s Volleyball over the past couple weekends had played a long and heated game against Mt. Carmel. In the previous year, Mercy Volleyball has lost to them, but this year Volleyball had pulled...

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