The Washington Football Team Through the Students’ Eyes

Hank Thompson Staff Writer Being a Washington fan has not been easy the past couple of years. Described as “frustrating,” “disappointing,” and “painful to watch,” the Washington Football Team has rarely been a team to be optimistic about, that was until this season. Despite finishing the season with a lackluster 6-9 record, many Washington fans … Continue reading The Washington Football Team Through the Students’ Eyes

Return to Pre-Season: The Effect of the Pandemic on Fall Sports

April Miller Staff Writer Over the spring and summer, huge changes have swept through the nation as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, causing high school to adapt like never before. With the advent of virtual learning and sport restrictions, schools across Henrico have never been this different. The coronavirus has a great impact on … Continue reading Return to Pre-Season: The Effect of the Pandemic on Fall Sports

Scholar-Athlete of the Month: Megan McDonald

Addison Gorenflo Centerspread Editor The Commentator’s very own Editor-in-Chief, senior Megan McDonald, has added another title to her collection: the Richmond Times Dispatch’s Scholar-Athlete for the month of September. Each month of the school year, the Richmond Times Dispatch selects one female and one male student in the Richmond metropolitan area who has demonstrated excellence … Continue reading Scholar-Athlete of the Month: Megan McDonald

Togas and Touchdowns: Freeman Football Scores Big Win

  Salaar Khan Online Editors-in-Chief On Friday, Freeman scored a major win at the football team’s first home game of the season. The Rebels faced off against the Atlee Raiders, accompanied by a huge crowd of supporters from the student section.  In a riveting game, Freeman won 21-14 with some stand-out plays. Junior quarterback Andrew … Continue reading Togas and Touchdowns: Freeman Football Scores Big Win