A loud thud echoed off the gymnasium walls onto the onlookers’ ears as the huge wrestling mat was rolled out. Atholton senior Leela Derstine was filled with anticipation as she walked out and took her stance on the wrestling mat.
Last night, the spring sports teams, including baseball, softball, track, tennis, Allied Softball, and lacrosse, celebrated the end of their seasons at the Spring Sports Banquet and the ensuing awards show.
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On September 14th, 2018, the Atholton High School football team and students partook in a once in a lifetime event, coming back from a 21-7 4th quarter deficit to score an overtime win against rival school Reservoir, and did it while playing in the Ravens Rise game of the week.
On Friday, October 12th, students closed out spirit week by dressing in their class colors and participating in the pep rally.
Branden Nguyen had one goal in mind going into his sophomore year: to be better than his big sister, Atholton alumna and two time golf state champion, Bryana Nguyen.
The wrestling team has a reputation for having the strongest, toughest athletes who never go down without a fight. Cue sophomore Jana Tumaneng.