The Talon

After having two seasons affected by Covid-19, Severna Park spring sports teams are looking forward to starting up again. Tryouts start March 1 and there are many competitive athletes who will be working to make an impact for their team this spring. “My freshman year our season ended just two weeks after tryouts and last season was not exactly normal,” junior lacrosse player Liv Tramontana said. “So I’m just excited to get back into the swing of things and enjoy time with my teammates.”

Upcoming Spring Sports

Lilly Spilker, Sports Editor
April 1, 2022
SPHS senior Gus Bachmann has been participating in soccer for over a decade. Over the course of this time, he has crossed paths with many who made a lasting impact on him and aided in his development as a player and a person. “I’d really like to thank my teammates for making these last four years of high school soccer such a great time,” Bachmann said. “I’d also like to show appreciation for Coach Ryan Parsi, who has always been a kind mentor to me in soccer, as well as [in] life.”

Gus Bachmann

Sydney Herz, Editor-In-Chief
February 3, 2022
The Unified Tennis Team gets together every fall season and competes in tennis matches against other teams in the county and gives students that are suffering from special needs an opportunity to play a varsity level sport.

Unifying with Tennis

D.A. Regala, Guest Writer
December 8, 2021

Volleyball vs. Football

Flynn Prengaman, Videographer Editor
September 24, 2021
Falcons Sports Christmas

Falcons Sports Christmas

Flynn Prengaman, Staff Writer
December 23, 2020
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