Top Stories

Fueling the Fire

Alex Huibsch, Staff Writer

Since their loss to Douglass High School, the boys’ basketball team has successfully sparked fire against their competition, feeding the furnace with an undefeated record...  Read More »

February 23, 2015

Lady Eagles Continue their Winning Streak

Alex Huibsch, Staff Writer

On January 28, the girls basketball team rallied ahead of last year’s class 4A state finalists, Northern. The ladies left with another win against, the Northern Patriots,...  Read More »

February 9, 2015

Talent Spotlight: Haley Martelle

December 19, 2014

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Beyond the Nest

Do the Right Thing

Lauren Holmes, Staff Writer

A public service announcement  about domestic violence allows young boys to slap their female peers? Seems unreal to most people judging from their surprised responses to...  Read More »

January 11, 2015

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Sports

Possibility of Moving Lionel Messi to PSG?

Jonathan Salaver, Staff Writer

Eric Abidal, former Barcelona player, believes teammate Lionel Messi could...  Read More »

March 4, 2015

On the Ropes

February 23, 2015

Fueling the Fire

February 23, 2015

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Recent Scores

  • Monday, February 23

    Girls Basketball

    NP 64 - Huntingtown 49

  • Friday, February 20

    Boys Basketball

    NP 97 - Lackey 59

  • Thursday, February 19

    Boys Basketball

    NP 85 - Huntingtown 52

  • Friday, February 13

    Girls Basketball

    NP 73 - Stone 63

Athlete Spotlight

Senior Spotlight: Madison Boelke

Senior Spotlight: Madison Boelke

Katelyn Curry, Staff Writer

Madison Boelke (15’) is a forward and midfielder for the Varsity Field Hockey team. Being a member of the field hockey team has taught her leadership that she uses in and...  Read More »

October 20, 2014

A Hole in One

September 25, 2014

Cheering Runs in the Family

November 18, 2013

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Coach's Corner

Wichowski accepts new coaching position at local college

Wichowski accepts new coaching position at local college

Chandler Parker, Staff Writer

Mike Wichowski, a coach for the boy’s lacrosse program, was offered a job to help coach at the College of Southern Maryland this upcoming season. After previously turning...  Read More »

November 14, 2014

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A&E

African American Influence in Hollywood

Lauren Holmes, Staff Writer

With the Oscars next week, the nominations have come out. Movies such as American Sniper, Boyhood, The Imitation Game, The Theory of Everything, Birdman, Whiplash, The...  Read More »

February 18, 2015

Meet the new Ghostbusters

February 4, 2015

Lee Pace is Setting a New Pace for Hollywood

January 15, 2015

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Movies

Star Wars Episode VII

Jonathan Salaver, Staff Writer

Star Wars fans are celebrating the first trailer unveiled online and in US cinema for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The newly released trailer consists of an 88-second preview...  Read More »

December 6, 2014

“Dude…Let’s Be Cops”

September 10, 2014

Wait and Listen to the Sound of My Voice

March 25, 2013

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Music

Frank Ocean Teases New Single ‘Memrise’

Alex Huibsch, Staff Writer

After two years of zero solo productions, Grammy-winning artist Frank Ocean returns unveiling his new song “Memrise.” That’s right, it has officially been two years...  Read More »

December 6, 2014

Was it really “Souled Out?”

October 7, 2014

katy perry

Katy Perry’s “Roaring” new album

February 21, 2014

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A & E Student Spotlight

Getting to know North Point Talent: Jessie Green

Getting to know North Point Talent: Jessie Green

Crystal Simmons, Editor

Meet Jessie Green ('15). She is among one of North Point’s many talented individuals. Green has been blessed with many talents, but her main talent is what she brings to...  Read More »

October 28, 2014

  • Possibility of Moving Lionel Messi to PSG?

    Eric Abidal, former Barcelona player, believes teammate Lionel Messi could be interested in a move to Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) if he wants “a diffe...

  • On the Ropes

    Ever since the beginning of the 21st Century, boxing has declined in popularity in America—but could one fight revolutionize the sport? Boxing fans ...

  • Fueling the Fire

    Since their loss to Douglass High School, the boys’ basketball team has successfully sparked fire against their competition, feeding the furnace wit...

  • African American Influence in Hollywood

    With the Oscars next week, the nominations have come out. Movies such as American Sniper, Boyhood, The Imitation Game, The Theory of Everything, Birdm...

  • Ronaldo Banned for 2 Matches due to Red Card

    On January 24th Cristiano Ronaldo was banned for 2 matches and received a red card while playing Cordoba. The game was tied at 1-1 when Ronaldo was se...

  • Another Game, Another Ring

    On February 1, 2015, Super Bowl XLIX took place at the University of Phoenix Stadium. In this extraordinary matchup it was the Seattle Seahawks versus...

  • Lady Eagles Continue their Winning Streak

    On January 28, the girls basketball team rallied ahead of last year’s class 4A state finalists, Northern. The ladies left with another win against, ...

  • Meet the new Ghostbusters

    Director Paul Feig, who previously directed Bridesmaids and The Heat, is set to direct a new take on Ghostbuster, one with an all women cast as the Gh...

  • Eagles Claim SMAC Champinoship Title

    Working hard and breezing through the competition, the boys and girls indoor track and field team not only claimed the SMAC Championship title, but al...

  • Butterflies and Goodbyes

    Butterflies and Goodbyes

  • Lee Pace is Setting a New Pace for Hollywood

    From Elvenking to alien dictator, Lee Pace is a rising star. Born on March 25, 1979 to Charlotte and James Roy Pace in Chickasha, Oklahoma, Lee is the...

  • Do the Right Thing

    A public service announcement  about domestic violence allows young boys to slap their female peers? Seems unreal to most people judging from their s...

  • No More Colbert

    Stephen Colbert—the man, the myth, the legend; will drop his contentious title as the popular political satirist with the stereotypical American per...

  • The Librarians

    Do you enjoy the generic sci-fi action movies and books? What if there was a TV show to bring it to life in new ways. “The Librarians” is a TNT co...

  • Into the Woods: A Journey with the Stars

    Released on Christmas Day, Into The Woods, directed by Rob Marshall, has received rave reviews and is nominated for three Golden Globe awards. With ca...

  • Well Deserved Student of The Month: Njuguna Thande

    At the beginning of November, Njuguna Thande (15’) was selected to be the “Student of the Month” in AP Physics. Njuguna currently has an A in th...

  • Lady Eagles take Crown in Winter Hoops Classic

             On the evening of December 29, the empty hallways of North Point were once again filled as spectators filed into the gymnasium to wa...

  • The Finale: The End of All Things

    After thirteen years of movies, the Lord of the Rings/ Hobbit series is coming to an end. The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies, ends an era, the age ...

  • What the Frack is Going On?

    Some might have no idea what this word "fracking" even is, even though it has been talked about in the news a lot. "Fracking" is short for hydraulic f...

  • Talent Spotlight: Haley Martelle

    Haley Martelle (18’) is one of many outstanding Eagles with many talents, and she is one of the few people with a natural talent for singing. ...