Wrestlers Help Promote Sport

By Jahongir Davronov ’18 Several Hornets volunteered for a huge wrestling event in Times Square on May 17. A non-profit organization called Beat the Streets hosted a dual meet between two countries and a few students took advantage of that by helping out and watching some of the best wrestlers in the country grapple. Beat the Streets (BTS) is dedicated to strengthen the culture of … Continue reading Wrestlers Help Promote Sport

Seniors Cross the Finish Line One Last Time

By Maya Engstrom ’18 Every year, the girls on the track team put enormous amounts of work into their team spirit and running abilities. The runners put in hours upon hours of training every week- hoping to eventually improve their race times by just seconds. This year through hard work, the girls have achieved their goals and have also made new ones, as they do … Continue reading Seniors Cross the Finish Line One Last Time

Baseball Team Strikes Out of Playoffs

By Anthony Damon ’18 In the interest of full disclosure, Anthony Damon ’18 is the manager of the baseball team With the playoffs right around the corner, the boys’ baseball team looked to finish the regular season strong, and build up momentum to bring with them into the postseason. “We need to keep a good mindset, and continue to work together on the field and … Continue reading Baseball Team Strikes Out of Playoffs

Boys Baseball Continues To Power Through Season

By Anthony Damon ‘18 In the interest of full disclosure, Anthony Damon ’18 is the manager of the baseball team There was a buzz in the air as the boys’ baseball team stepped out onto the field looking to turn their season around after losing two of their first six games. “We’re going to play hard every game, and not take any team for granted,” … Continue reading Boys Baseball Continues To Power Through Season

Volleyball Team Bumps Aside Brooklyn Tech

By Damali Ramirez ‘18 As someone prepares to watch a boy’s volleyball game, they’re not ready for the experience they’re about to encounter. The brotherhood among the players and the pregame ritual is something special. On April 4, the 18 individual bodies grouped up in a huddle, swinging side to side. “Miiiddwooooddd,” multiple voices shouted as they swung becoming one powerful voice with one goal, … Continue reading Volleyball Team Bumps Aside Brooklyn Tech

Baseball Team Looks to Defend PSAL Championship

By Anthony Damon ‘18 The smell of freshly cut grass filled the air on a warm February day in Florida, as the baseball team warmed up for their first practice of spring training. The team travels to Florida annually to have a spring training camp while it’s still too cold to practice in Brooklyn. With this marking the unofficial beginning of the 2017 season, most … Continue reading Baseball Team Looks to Defend PSAL Championship

Lady Hornets Come Up Short After Tough Season

By Suzan Morshed 19’ It is true that all good things must eventually come to an end. The Midwood Lady Hornets women’s basketball team saw its 2016-17 season come to an end on March 1st. in the first round of the Public School Athletic League Double “A” Tournament.  The 11th-seeded Lady Hornets dropped a 59-44 decision to sixth-seeded Monmouth Manhattan Center at Manhattan Center High … Continue reading Lady Hornets Come Up Short After Tough Season

Future Olympian… Tai Brown Looks to Jump for the Stars

By Maya Engstrom ‘18 Tai Brown ‘18, decathlete, has been running track competitively all his life, and the results of his work are starting to look promising. Through what he has accomplished, Brown has basically promised us that we will see him in the upcoming summer Olympics. Brown has competed in eight Junior Olympics as of yet, placing with top scores in all of them. … Continue reading Future Olympian… Tai Brown Looks to Jump for the Stars