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Boys Soccer Makes States

Boys Soccer Makes States

Siddharth Somashekar, Sports Section Editing Staff

October 31, 2018


Filed under Close-Ups, Showcase, Sports

The DMAE Boys Varsity Soccer team had a number of highlights for the 2018 season during which they made States with a record of 8-6. The boys won against Teaneck, crushing them 7-1, and also succeeded in a shutout against Pascack Hills, 5-0. Although the team was inspired to beat Paramus, the number one...

Bigger and Better Pep Rally

Bigger and Better Pep Rally

Julia Schwartz, Assistant Editor

October 31, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports, Student Life

The annual DMAE Pep Rally was held on October 19, 2018, with the purpose of not only boosting the already famous Raider Pride, but also to provide an atmosphere of unity on campus. “I was so excited to go to the Pep Rally this year; besides getting to build up all the sports team we have, it’s ...

Spring Track Makes Strides

Spring Track Makes Strides

Klaudia Spahiu

June 20, 2018


Filed under Sports

There were high expectations for this year’s Dwight Morrow High School Boys Varsity track and field team. Starting off with a strong, committed group of student athletes, Coach Nick Serpico felt this season was going to be one of the best. “The DMHS boys track and field team made some strides this sea...

Raiders Win Division Title

Raiders Win Division Title

Klaudia Spahiu, Assistant Sports Section Editor

June 10, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase, Sports

The Dwight Morrow baseball team had a remarkable season this year. The young team powered through hardships and created one of the best seasons so far by winning their first Division Title in the past 55 years. “This is definitely the most talent Englewood has had in the past 50 years o...

Raiders Set Sights on 2019

Raiders Set Sights on 2019

Matthew Stoeski, Sports Section Editor

April 10, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

Although the Dwight Morrow boys basketball team lost to number one ranked Ramapo in triple, yes, triple overtime in the state quarterfinals, it did not feel like a total loss. Going 20-7 with a new coach and a loaded roaster, the Raiders exceeded expectations all season. They not only won the Big North...

Boys Soccer New Tenacity

Boys Soccer New Tenacity

Klaudia Spahiu, Sports Section Assistant Editor

March 8, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

The Dwight Morrow soccer team had one of the most breakthrough seasons in Dwight Morrow history -- the best season in 10 years, according to head coach Matt Lawrence. The soccer team made it all the way to the County Tournament, came in second in the League, and made the State Tournament for the third ...

Raiders Rebound

Raiders Rebound

Matthew Stoeski, Sports Section Editor

March 8, 2018


Filed under Sports

In former player Leo Jones’ return to Englewood, this time as head coach, he has turned the Dwight Morrow Boys Basketball team into a well-oiled machine ready for present and future success. In the first eight games of the season the Raiders had a 7-2 record, beating notable rivals such as Dumont, For...

Cross Country Team Breaks Limits

Cross Country Team Breaks Limits

Klaudia Spahiu, Section Reporter

December 19, 2017


Filed under Sports

“You are your only limit” is the motto of the DMAE Cross Country team. This motivating expression has helped team members run faster and achieve success at meets this year. At the Big North American League Conference Kevin Williams and Arianne Garcia earned honorable mentions as the fastest runners...

DM Football Calls for Unity, Links Arms

DM Football Calls for Unity, Links Arms

Klaudia Spahiu, Sports Section Editor

November 17, 2017


Filed under Sports

On Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017, the Dwight Morrow Raiders took the field, ready to take on the Paramus Spartans at Paramus High School. The team was charged up to win after a previous loss. As the National Anthem was being played, all the players, both junior varsity and varsity, linked their arms toge...

Ups and Downs of Volleyball

Ups and Downs of Volleyball

Kayla Simmons, Section Reporter

November 17, 2017


Filed under Sports

The DMHS Maroon Raiders volleyball team had a rocky 2017 season, but there was a silver lining. Head Coach Rachel Healy and Assistant Coach Casey Brennan picked an open-minded group of players for this season who were willing to improve. This season's record of 1-16 doesn't reflect the talent of its p...

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