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Titans triumph over Wolverines, 55-52

Maxwell Jones-LaChance, Staff Writer January 11, 2024

After last year’s regional semi-final loss to West Potomac, the Titans came back vengeful to get the win. On January 4, the ACHS varsity boys basketball team faced off against the Wolverines and defeated...

Morgans Message is Making Moves

Morgan’s Message is Making Moves

Zoe Sermons, Features Editor October 23, 2023

Morgan’s Message is a national organization that strives to break the silence around mental health in student-athletes. Morgan’s Message was created in honor of Morgan Rodgers, a 22-year-old Duke lacrosse...

Lady Titans Run Their Personal Best At The Penn Relays

Lady Titans Run Their Personal Best At The Penn Relays

May 12, 2023
The A.C. Girl’s Track and Field team, coached by Teresa Henderson, ran their fastest time in the 4x400 meter relay at  the Penn Relays on April 28 and 29. The Penn Relays are are the largest and most historic track and field competition in the United States, and held at The University of Pennsylvania annually. 
Opinion: Double Standards in Sports

Opinion: Double Standards in Sports

May 4, 2023
The annual “March Madness”  basketball tournament always creates a lot of buzz in the sports community. Typically, when the tournament is mentioned, people assume that they are talking about the men’s tournament. Recognizing and equally appreciating women's sports has been an issue for a while now, but significant progress has been made. This year, the women's tournament was much more entertaining than the men’s. The women’s tournament was competitive and intense while the men’s final four consisted of seemingly random teams. In the women’s championship game between The University of Iowa and Louisiana State University, there were 2 main players who stood out, Angel Reese and Caitlin Clark.
Titans Wrestle Their Way to Victory at City Championship

Titans Wrestle Their Way to Victory at City Championship

January 29, 2023
On January 10 in the ACHS gym “The Garden,” the AC Titan wrestling team won the Alexandria City Championship while facing off against wrestlers from St. Stephens and St. Agnes School (SSSAS), Bishop Ireton (BI) and Episcopal High School. This meet was also senior night for the AC Titans, where we celebrated our four senior wrestlers: Will Damond, Wish Denby, Bassem Sliti and Calvin Weidmeyer along with senior managers Kate Harbour and Jasmine Marshall. 
Meet the Backbone of the Volleyball Student Section: A Parent

Meet the Backbone of the Volleyball Student Section: A Parent

December 14, 2022
In the midst of the excitement and chaos of the volleyball team winning the Class 6 State Championship game, Saturday November 19, it’s easy to overlook the dedicated fans cheering the players through their victory, but it’s hard not to hear one devoted parent that supported the team throughout.
Morocco: Underdogs of 2022 World Cup

Morocco: Underdogs of 2022 World Cup

December 9, 2022
After getting kicked out of the group stage in the 2018 World Cup, the Morocco National Soccer Team, known as the Atlas Lions, is back and better than ever. 
Titans Football Season Highlights

Titans Football Season Highlights

October 15, 2022
After going on a 4-1 streak through the non-conference portion of their schedule, last Friday the Alexandria City Titans came up short in their first conference game of the season. The hard-fought 50-28 loss was to the undefeated Lake Braddock Bruins.
Field Hockey and Golf: A Spotlight

Field Hockey and Golf: A Spotlight

September 26, 2022
Among ACHS’s fall sports, field hockey and golf are lesser-known, yet they offer a lot to people. 
Boys Volleyball Serves it Up

Boys Volleyball Serves it Up

September 22, 2022
The Titans boys volleyball team is gearing up for their 2022 season! To get some insight into their upcoming season, I sat down with senior team members Dylan Rex and Usman Mohammed.
Without Lunch and Learn, Clubs Struggle to Meet

Without Lunch and Learn, Clubs Struggle to Meet

September 19, 2022
As the debate on Lunch and Learn’s potential return continues, many clubs begin to meet after school since meeting during school is no longer an option. Homework, sports, and overall availability are among the challenges that make it difficult for students to participate in clubs after school. Many students support Lunch and Learn since it would give them more time in their schedule to stay involved with clubs.
Titans Defeat Seahawks

Titans Defeat Seahawks

September 2, 2022
The Alexandria City Titans faced the South Lakes Seahawks in a home-game thriller that ended with the Titans defeating the Seahawks 15-13 on September 1.
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