The In House B-ball Program Returns

Incoming physical education teacher Ryan Basile recently revised the school’s In House Basketball program. In House is a program where student athletes can play against each other as if they were playing in a real game. It provides people, who either didn’t make a Panther team or is dedicated to another sport, a chance to play and to have fun with the sport they normally wouldn’t play. Currently, only basketball and soccer are played in the In House Program. Volleyball and dodgeball will soon be included in the program. Most of the students at Pallotti thought the In House Program … Continue reading The In House B-ball Program Returns

New York, New York: Nationals!

Pallotti’s Varsity track team traveled last weekend to New York City’s Armory for the annual New Balance Nationals. This is where the top runners from around the world compete against each other. Junior Kamylin Padgham, sophomore Carl Hicks, and freshman Aidan McDuffie were invited to represent the school. McDuffie placed 12th in the Freshman 400 meter dash, placing him 24th overall and 18th among Freshman. “I don’t feel as though I did good, because I ran against a 17-year-old freshman.” Padgham finished third overall and 55th in the US among juniors in the 60-meter dash. Hicks finished fourth overall in … Continue reading New York, New York: Nationals!

Panthers scratch thier way to a home playoff game

After a nailbiting game, the Panthers clawed their way to a 55-53 victory over Saint Johns Catholic Prep High School. Winning this game allowed for the Panthers to stay in their fourth place ranking, which secures them a home game for their first playoff game. Junior Jania Hall led the team in points with 19 followed by Makyla Waleed, 21 with 15. It was a close game till the end but Hall secured a lead with seconds left in the fourth quarter. After the game first-year coach, Joe Mathews gifted a character coin to #10 Master of the Vikings. This … Continue reading Panthers scratch thier way to a home playoff game

Panthers Pounce on Riverdale 65-59

The Pallotti Panthers gained a good victory against Riverdale Baptist on December 8. This rivalry was a close one throughout the whole game with Pallotti finally grabbing the lead in the fourth quarter with the final score being 65-59. Senior Isaiah Oshinnaiye dropped a critical 11 points in the second half, which helped propel the Panthers to gain the lead in the fourth. The senior varsity panther Gibert Otoo wasn’t happy with his performance but was pleased with his team’s ability to come out with a win. “I think this game could have gone better for me, but I’m not … Continue reading Panthers Pounce on Riverdale 65-59