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The Biggest Bird at GBHS

The Biggest Bird at GBHS

Maggie Albrecht, Staff Writer

March 6, 2017


Filed under Gopher Bites, Gopher Nation Sports, Interviews, Showcase, Spring Sports

Glen Burnie High School senior, Timothy Maly, is better known around the school as “Big Bird”. When asked how he acquired such a nickname he replied “A middle school prank gone bad. My friend posted a picture of Big Bird on my locker, and filled my locker with glue and yellow feathers. It fell on...

Rams Back Home in L.A.

January 13, 2016


Filed under Gopher Nation Sports, News, Uncategorized

The St. Louis Rams return back home to L.A. in Inglewood after 21 years of absence after the franchise owners voted 30-2 in favor of returning back to their original location where the “Old L.A. Race Track is currently:” about ten miles away from downtown L.A.. The San Diego chargers now have a...

2015 World Series in Review: Mets Given Royal Beatdown

2015 World Series in Review: Mets Given Royal Beatdown

Brandon Stephens

November 4, 2015


Filed under Gopher Nation Sports, Showcase

  Mets Vs Royals. A world series that none of the ESPN “experts” could predict. The Kansas City Royals were looking to avoid a repeat of last years blunder and take down Jacob deGrom and The New York Mets. How can you beat the New York Mets' starting rotation of Matt Harvey, Jacob deGrom, ...

GBHS is on the Ravens’ RISE

GBHS is on the Ravens’ RISE

MaryBeth Stup

November 2, 2015


Filed under Gopher Nation Sports, Showcase

The Baltimore Ravens are hosting an event called the “Ravens RISE High School Football Showdown,” where every week of the high school football regular season the Ravens will pick a set of school local football teams that play against each other to have the chance for the Ravens’ mascot, Poe, and...

Cheerleaders are Finally Classified as Athletes

Cheerleaders are Finally Classified as Athletes

Cheyenne Grieves

October 27, 2015


Filed under Gopher Nation Sports, Showcase

            Cheerleading never got the same rights as other sports because cheerleaders weren’t considered “athletes” and cheerleading wasn’t considered a “sport.” But Lorena Gonzalez, a former high school cheerleader proposed bill 949, which was “California High Schools Expanding E...

Coming Out Party

Coming Out Party

Cody Colston, Senior Staff Writer

March 18, 2014


Filed under Gopher Nation Sports

Jason Collins signed a 10-day contract with the Brooklyn Nets on February 23rd, making him the first openly gay active player in NBA history. Collins checked into a game later that night during the second quarter and received thunderous applause. "Sometimes in life something happens and there's an opportu...

National Signing Day Goes Big at GB

National Signing Day Goes Big at GB

Cody Colston, Senior Staff Writer

February 20, 2014


Filed under Gopher Nation Sports

Boy, oh, boy! If you’re a college football fan, the first Wednesday of February is your saving grace from the offseason. It’s National Signing Day! Last Wednesday was the first day High School Seniors could sign a binding letter of intent to commit to a college that offers them a scholarship. Two ...

8 Things You Missed at Fanfest

8 Things You Missed at Fanfest

Cody Colston, Staff Writer

February 11, 2014


Filed under Gopher Nation Sports

Orioles’ Fanfest is the one time of the year that the barrier between the team and its fans are broken outside of Camden yards. Inside the Baltimore Convention Center it has everything a fan could ask for: merchandise, food, autograph signings, games, and the media’s meal ticket -- the fan forums....

Basketball Spreads Holiday Cheer

Basketball Spreads Holiday Cheer

Bucky, Columnist

January 9, 2014


Filed under Gopher Nation Sports, Winter Sports

It’s the season of sharing and that’s what the Glen Burnie High School basketball team for the Glendale Elementary School kids. Glen Burnie made sure to spread the Christmas cheer this year throughout middle and elementary schools. The varsity basketball team traveled to Glendale Elementary School...

Chewing Up the Bulldogs

Chewing Up the Bulldogs

Danielle Heflin, Editor in Chief

October 22, 2013


Filed under Fall Sports, Gopher Nation Sports

The Gophers had their senior night on Wednesday against the Southern Bulldogs. The evening started off with the senior ceremony, where senior players were escorted across the field by family and friends. After the short walk, the boys took to the field to practice -- something that helped them during...

Heading Home Victorious

Heading Home Victorious

Danielle Heflin, Editor in Chief

October 15, 2013


Filed under Fall Sports, Gopher Nation Sports

The Gophers traveled to Northeast Monday night to face the Eagles with only one win under their shin guards. The first half was full of tension. Several Northeast players were penalized for attacking Glen Burnie too aggressively. The Eagles’ coaches spent the first half admonishing their players...

Bisser’s Boys Lose Despite Valiant Effort From Keeper

Bisser’s Boys Lose Despite Valiant Effort From Keeper

Danielle Heflin, Senior Editor in Chief

September 19, 2013


Filed under Fall Sports, Gopher Nation Sports

The Gophers fell to the Old Mill Patriots Wednesday night 2-0. The first half was played mainly in Gopher territory. Defensive players Max Arrey, Matt Nevin, and Kevin Adams held off the Patriots until they were able to get the ball to their team mates. Midfielder Austin Alonso was a key player in...

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