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By Liz Bowie and The Baltimore Sun | February 12, 2014
Hereford High School parents and students packed the Baltimore County school board meeting Tuesday night to protest the change in high school schedules. Carrying signs that said "No Voice, No Choice," the students said they didn't want to change their schedules to take double the number of classes in a semester. Currently, Hereford students have four subjects taken each day in periods that are about 90 minutes long. The students then take four different subjects the next semester, for a total of eight classes in a year.
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SPORTS
By Craig Clary, Baltimore Sun Media Group | January 23, 2014
For the eighth straight year, Hereford's girls prevailed at the Baltimore County track and field championships at the Maryland National Guard's Fifth Regiment Armory. The No. 2 Bulls prevailed in a star-studded field that included four teams ranked in the top 10 of The Baltimore Sun poll and six in the top 15. In the boys meet, No. 9 Dulaney ended top-ranked Hereford's streak of county championships at four straight. The Lions won their first county title since 2008 in a field that included two teams ranked in the top 10 and four in the top 15. Before the 1,600-meter run early in the meet, Hereford girls coach Brad Duvall said: "This is going to be a clinching race for us. " He proved to be prophetic, as the Bulls scored 20 points in the event and built a lead they never relinquished.
NEWS
November 20, 2013
Tens of thousands of kids have run races on Hereford High School's cross country course, one of the most well-known in the Mid-Atlantic region and one on which many are proud to say that they have competed there. Unfortunately, the course it being ruined by the renovations with little or no thought to preserving it. With big meets, like the Bull Run or the state championships, large starting areas are needed for the large fields of runners. Now on the hillside where the runners come through at the start, there is a large gradually sloping road with 10-12 feet of fill dirt blocking the way. This has been done to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act access requirements for the baseball field.
SPORTS
By Nicholas Fouriezos, The Baltimore Sun | November 11, 2013
- The No. 11 Hereford girls volleyball team looked defeated, already trailing Patuxent 22-9 in the first set of Monday's Class 2A state volleyball semifinals. The Baltimore County squad rallied, shaking off its passivity and rattling off an 11-point run. But it would only be a temporary relief. Hereford battled for the first set, stole the second, but ultimately fell in the third and fourth frames to lose 22-25, 25-21, 18-25, 26-28 at the University of Maryland's Ritchie Coliseum.
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Baltimore Sun Media Group | November 10, 2013
Dulaney's Isabel Griffith and the No. 2 Hereford girls team led a strong Baltimore County showing in the state cross country championships Saturday at McDaniel College. The Hereford girls won their third state title in four years. The Bulls moved down to Class 2A this year and finished with 73 points to beat out Poolesville (102). Sarah Coffey's second-place finish led Hereford. Erin Causey (12th), Lacey Brown (18th), Alicia Kozlowski (21st) and Emily Causey (26th) also gave the Bulls points.
SPORTS
By Rich Scherr and For The Baltimore Sun | November 9, 2013
The Century field hockey team didn't have many chances to score in Saturday's Class 2A final at Washington College. With a brick wall for a defense, however, the Carroll County team didn't need many. The No. 13 Knights got first-half goals from Mandi Trostle and Sami Bialozynski, then survived 19 penalty corners to make them stand up in a 2-0 win over No. 11 Hereford. “We capitalized in the right moments, for sure,” Century coach Terry Duryea said. “At the beginning of the season we struggled to score, and [the ball]
SPORTS
By Todd Karpovich, For The Baltimore Sun | October 29, 2013
Hereford striker Pat Fisher doesn't waste many scoring opportunities, even when he's tightly marked. He came up big again Tuesday night against No. 14 Eastern Tech in a Class 2A North sectional semifinal, scoring twice, including the game-winner with nine minutes remaining, to lead the Bulls to a 2-1 victory. Fisher now has 12 goals this season, and is confident the No. 15 Bulls are playing their best soccer at the most crucial time of the season. "We knew we could beat them," Fisher said.
SPORTS
By Alexander Pyles and The Baltimore Sun | October 24, 2013
The golf course at McDaniel College will host a different kind of athlete next month when the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association holds its cross country state championship meet there on Nov. 9. The meet, usually held at Hereford, had to be moved this year because of construction at the school. The MPSSAA reached a preliminary agreement with McDaniel in August and finalized the deal this month. McDaniel hosted the state championship in 1991 and 1992 when construction was also ongoing at Hereford, but otherwise the state meet has been held at the Baltimore County school every year since 1980.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | October 23, 2013
For the second time this season, No. 8 Perry Hall and Hereford got together to play a boys soccer game and couldn't get anything decided. In Wednesday's Baltimore County championship game, the stakes were higher but the result - a 2-2 tie - was the same, as the teams were forced to share the county title. Hereford junior midfielder Alex Feeney scored on a free kick with 5:20 left in regulation and then both goalkeepers - Perry Hall's Cody Phillips and the Bulls' Dan Staab - each made an impressive reaction save in 20 minutes of extra time to keep the game tied.
NEWS
By Craig Clary | October 18, 2013
Hereford footbal coach Steve Turnbaugh didn't need to tell his team what it needed to grab a spot in the postseason playoff picture after opening the season with three straight losses -- the first such streak of his illustrious 19-year career at his alma mater. Running the table in the final seven games - including his last home game at the helm of his beloved Bulls in the regular season Nov. 1 against Owings Mills at 7 p.m. - would most likely give them a chance to qualify for the Class 2A North Region playoffs.
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