Reservoir High School's Biyik Akinshemoyin became the Maryland State Boys Singles Champion in tennis. He also became the Howard County Boys Singles Champion, and Region V Boys Singles Champion for the third year in a row.
The 2013 spring semester at Reservoir High School saw several students earn accolades.
Biyik Akinshemoyin became the Maryland State Boys Singles Champion in tennis. He also became the Howard County Boys Singles Champion, and Region V Boys Singles Champion for the third year in a row.
He was named "Boys' Tennis Player of the Year" by the Howard County Times and the Washington Post named him to the "All Metro Tennis First Team".
What an outstanding performance by this young man. Congratulations, Biyik.
The following RHS students were recognized by the Howard County Times in their respective sports — Cody Morris: Howard County Pitcher of the Year; Kyle Kroll: All County Boys Outdoor Track, First Team; Amy Oliver: All County Girls Outdoor Track, First Team; Danny O'Hagan: All County Baseball, Second Team; Jack Barry: All County Baseball, Second Team; Emily Wang: All County Softball, Second Team; Austin Mitchell: All County Boys Lacrosse, Second Team; Trent Teodori: All County Boys Lacrosse, Second Team. The Washington Post also named Cody to the All Metro Baseball First Team.
Congratulations to each of you for your hard work in attaining these honors.
Reservoir High School student Mikal Walcott, one of the outstanding RHS student leaders, along with 11 other students from Howard County, was selected to attend a special conference at the White House, where they participated in a discussion about life behind the scenes with the president and his family.
White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough and five of his predecessors attended the conference, which was hosted by the White House and Discovery Education. Mikal and the rest of the Howard County contingent were joined by student leaders from Prince George's County, Prince William County and Philadelphia. Kudos.
The Science Department at Reservoir got some exciting news: their application to join the Science National Honors Society was approved by the society's board of directors. Congratulations to the new chapter at RHS.
Over at Fulton Elementary School, the following are the next group of "Star-Spangled Kids" for May: First grade — Becker Kunda, Carter Nogel, Cameron Whitehead, Lily Carter, Brooke Glascoe, Sammy Indyk, Charlie Bukoski and Amanda Zhang; Second grade — Matthew Minyard, Lucas Morales, Jesse Roberts, Ann Schaab, Cory Dockendorf, Amanda Minino, Isaac Tebben, Abigail Ko, Gianna Schlossnagle and Carolyn Wong.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun