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Catonsville Graduate and MLB Pitcher Revisits The Past Year

Catonsville Graduate and MLB Pitcher Revisits The Past Year

Adam Kolarek, a 2007 Catonsville High School graduate, made his major league debut with the Tampa Bay Rays last spring pitching on the second day of the season with a perfect 1/3 inning.  Kolarek’s season consisted of taking over at first base mid-game and an unexpected trade to the Los Angeles Dodgers on the last day of the trade deadline and the birth of his son, Hank.  Kolarek also talks about how he’s preparing for the 2020 season once it resumes.

Catonsville Wrestlers Win Over Landsowne

Catonsville Wrestlers Win Over Landsowne

Catonsville Wrestling won their eighth straight dual-meet against Landsowne to bring their record to 8-1.  The win was achieved by seven pins and three forfeits with a 63-15 victory.  Three seniors, Ewan Hemmis, Querell Montaque, and Mateen Kareem celebrated with three of the seven pins, along with sophmores Eric Grap and Josh Sampson and freshmen Daniel Hernandez Perez and Mason Ritter.

Cross Country Trio Leads Catonsville Teams to Success

Cross Country Trio Leads Catonsville Teams to Success

Seniors Elliott Wack and Jessica McDivitt and junior Jack Roseboom have helped lead the boys and girls Catonsville cross country teams on the course this fall season.  Roseboom had personal records at Barhart Invitational and Bull Run with 16:45.7 and 17:07.9, respectively.  Wack ran 17:06.4 at Bull Run Invitational and finished fourth with 17:43 at the Crossfire Invitation.  McDivitt had three top fifteen finishes including finishing fourth at the Crossfire with 22:28.5.  As a team the boys’ cross country team finished eighth and girls’ finished thirteenth at Bull Run.