Friday, September 14, 2012
The Mustangs are undefeated after back to back shutouts.
The C. Milton Wright varsity football team is undefeated heading into Friday's away game at North East. The team is 2-0 entering the weekend after back to back shut outs. In last week's game against Patterson Mill, fullback Ryan Christ led the Mustangs offensively with 90 yards on nine carries, according to C. Milton coach Marc Alegi. The team had a total of 189 yards rushing. Quarterback Omar Walker was eight out of 14 for 213 passing yards and two touchdowns, Alegi wrote in an email to Patch. Will Hazelton had two catches for 47 yards and a touchdown while Osiah Walker, quarterback Omar Walker's twin brother, added one catch for 8 yards. Tyler Hall led all receivers with 3 catches for 102 yards and a touchdown. Tyler Bussenius led on the…
Monday, July 9, 2012
The local marching band's performance in the Bel Air Independence Day Parade was caught on video from a few different angles.
There's no question there were a number of talented musicians in the Bel Air Independence Day Parade July 4th, but the judges said one Harford County marching band stood out from the crowd. C. Milton Wright High School Marching Mustang Band was awarded the 2012 Harford County High School Bel Air July 4 Parade Trophy. You can check out video of the award-winning performance here. What do you think of this performance? Leave a comment.
Thursday, June 7, 2012
A class of 321 C.Milton Wright graduates crossed the stage at Bel Air High School to receive their high school diplomas.
The 321 members of the C. Milton Wright High School Class of 2012 officially ended their high school careers Wednesday evening. The students celebrated their accomplishment with a commencement ceremony across town at Bel Air High School. Valedictorian and class president, Michael Natoli, pointed out that their class was unique in many ways, including the fact that the completed 5th grade in 2005, 8th grade in 2008 and 12th grade in 2012. "We know the Class of 2012 is awesome, but our future doesn't know that yet," Natoli said during his speech. Have your own photos of the event? Share them by clicking the "Upload Photos and Videos" button.
Friday, February 3, 2012
Two teens were charged Thursday after a fight at C. Milton Wright High School in Bel Air.
Two C. Milton Wright High School students face charges in connection with a fight at the school Thursday, and police say an increased police presence at the school that day was a coincidence. Two 10th-grade students were involved in a fight in the school's hallway Thursday, according to Lt. Carl Brooks, spokesman for the Harford County Sheriff's Office. Brooks described the incident as minor and said both students were charged with second-degree assault. "Appropriate disciplinary action has been taken against the students involved," Teri Kranefeld, manager of communication for the school system, wrote in an email to Patch Friday. Rumors have been flying in the community about the events at the school Thursday. Patch readers posed questions…
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
One Patterson Mill player is just seven points away from 1,000 after Tuesday's game.
Patterson Mill senior Garrett Burkhead scored 24 points to lead the Huskies over C. Milton Wright Mustangs, 73-57, in boys' basketball on Tuesday at Patterson Mill. Burkhead's 24 points for Patterson Mill left him just seven points shy of 1,000 for his high school career, according to Huskies basketball coach Jeroud Clark. Clark said that Burkhead has scored 30 or more points in six games. In Tuesday's Patterson Mill victory, J.J. Butler contributed 15 points for the Huskies and Mychal Stefanides scored 19 points for C. Milton Wright. Have pictures or video from Friday's game? Click the "submit" button and start sharing. Do you have sports scores to report? Email them to firstname.lastname@example.org or create an announcement about the game.
Friday, January 13, 2012
In a double meet at Magnolia Middle School, the C. Milton Wright Mustangs and Havre de Grace Warriors came out on top.
The C. Milton Wright Mustangs blew the Aberdeen Eagles out of the water Thursday during the swim meet at Magnolia Middle School. The Havre de Grace Warriors also made top times in their meet against the Joppatowne Mariners and the Patterson Mill Huskies. The Mustangs had best times in almost every event, ending up second only in the girls 200-yard freestyle and the girls 100-yard butterfly. Both Aberdeen top times went to junior Cora Summerfield. While Patterson Mill trailed Havre de Grace, the Huskies came out somewhere in the middle with scores surpassing those of the Joppatowne Mariners. (see attached PDF's file for scores and individual event results). Did you attend Friday's meet? Tell us about it in the comments below. Have photos …
Friday, October 14, 2011
Joppatowne shut down visiting C. Milton Wright on Friday.
C. Milton Wright’s injury-plagued offense committed too many turnovers, and the defense failed to stop Joppatowne’s running attack, as the Mustangs fell 20-0 to the Mariners in a muddy Friday night road game. The Mustangs (2-5) have battled injuries all season—they lost their starting quarterback to a back ailment after Week 2—and it showed against a lights out Joppatowne (4-3) defense. The Mustangs committed five turnovers, two of them leading to Mariner touchdowns, and struggled to establish a solid offensive game. “I’m not making any excuses,” Mustangs head coach David Yohn said. “And I’m not saying injuries are the reasons we are losing games, but we are a little bit lower on the depth chart than any team would like to be. So the guys …
Friday, September 2, 2011
C. Milton Wright plays Rising Sun in its season opener Friday.
Team: C. Milton Wright Mustangs Head Coach: David Yohn Division: Chesapeake 2010: 1–9, No Playoffs Week 1: @ Rising Sun 7 p.m. Friday
Wednesday, June 1, 2011
County Executive David Craig spoke at C. Milton Wright's commencement Wednesday.
C. Milton Wright High School’s Class of 2011 holds a special place in David Craig’s heart. So special that the Harford County executive quoted singer Katy Perry at Wednesday’s commencement. “You're original, cannot be replaced. If you only knew what the future holds. Maybe you're the reason why all the doors are closed. So you could open one that leads you to the perfect road,” said Craig, skipping some lyrics in Perry’s song “Firework.” “Come on show 'em what you're worth. Make 'em go ah, ah, ah. You’re brighter than the moon, moon, moon. Boom, boom, boom." Before Craig, a former teacher, became county executive in June 2005, he had been an assistant principal at Southampton Middle School when the seniors he addressed Wednesday were still…
Patch asked members of C. Milton Wright High School's Class of 2011 about their future plans.
Does Marcus Smucker really want to be a lumberjack in 10 years? I'm not sure. And I don't know if Kaitlin Kimmel will have a family when she's 28. But that's what a couple of C. Milton Wright High School's seniors are hoping for. Patch spoke with 14 students before Wednesday's commencement.