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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | March 27, 2014
Jessica Karwacki never had any formal training on how to take the draw, but that hasn't stopped the Robert Morris sophomore from pulverizing the national Division I records. As a freshman, the Hereford graduate set draw control records for a game with 25 - seven better than the previous mark - and a single season with 152. Her season mark was 21 better than the previous record set by Jacksonville's Rachel Hannon (Archbishop Spalding) in 2012. This season, Karwacki has 108 draw controls in just eight games.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | March 27, 2014
The difference between the area's No. 1 team, Boys' Latin, and the state's consensus top public school team, Hereford, turned out to be fairly significant on Thursday. The Lakers, also ranked No. 1 nationally, was better in every phase and got a three-goal, eight-assist performance from All-Metro first-team senior attackman Shack Stanwick, seven goals from senior Colin Chell and a dominating effort from senior faceoff specialist Hunter Moreland to come away with a 14-5 win over the host Bulls.
NEWS
By Alison Knezevich, The Baltimore Sun | March 17, 2014
Hereford residents who oppose changes to the schedule at Hereford High School spoke out to the County Council on Monday night, saying school system officials haven't taken their input into account. Members of Hereford Works, a group of parents, teachers and students, said changes planned by Superintendent Dallas Dance will hurt students' learning opportunities. In 2013, Dance announced that all high schools would be on the same schedule next year, with students taking eight classes per semester.
NEWS
February 28, 2014
Having attended the PTA meeting Laura McDowell refers to ("Hereford bullies," Feb. 26), I am at the very least perplexed about her letter. The term "Hereford Zone" came from a weather definition for an area comprising over 200 miles that is effected much differently by weather than, say, Essex and Dundalk. Having lived in the Hereford Zone for over 40 years, I have never heard it described as an area of bullies. It is a community that rallies for the students, rallies for those in need, and yes stands up to local government that is bullying it's students.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 12, 2014
Senior attackman Thomas DeNapoli led all scorers with five points on four goals and one assists in No. 18 Towson's 11-8 season-opening victory over High Point. He also got some help from an unlikely source. Freshman Joe Seider recorded three goals and one assist in his collegiate debut for the Tigers. The Hereford graduate scored three of the team's seven goals in the second half, but coach Shawn Nadelen did not seem surprised by the rookie's outburst on his 19th birthday. “We knew Joe would be in position to score goals and make plays, and I'm glad that he capitalized on it,” Nadelen said Tuesday.
NEWS
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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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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