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     COLLEGE AWARENESS DAY AT CROSSLAND

    Feb 28th, 2014, Crossland High School Students, Faculty and Staff celebrate "College Awareness Day" by wearing their favorite college clothing. The students particpated in full force by wearing college clothing from all over the United States. Not to be overshadowed, our faculty proudly wore their college clothing and engaged in friendly alumni rivalry. This day was designed to raise college awareness by reliving old (and not so old) college days and speaking to the students about the benefits and fun that can be had by attending a top notch university, college or even the United States Military. It was a great day and we think the young scholars got the point. The end of the year is approaching fast so this was also a chance to remind our students to develop a plan for success. We truly have some of the very best scholars at Crossland and once they figure that out, then our boundaries are limitless. (Caption by Raul Navas, Media Specialist and Webmaster).  

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    GIRLS' BASKETBALL UPDATE

    Written by Coach Selena Smith

    Crossland Girls Basketball team fall to a tough and well size Westlake team 65-43 last night in the semi final to the State tournament. Janee Harris finishes with 15 points and Jewell Ledbetter had 11 points. Crossland Girls Basketball team finishes with a overall record of 18-6 (Mar 6). 

    Congratulation to Crossland Girls basketball team for their win over St Mary's County powerhouse Chopticon. Treasure Doberson had 18 points, Jewel Ledbetter with 12 and Uniquek Miller with the winning layup with 7 seconds left had 11 points. Continuing the road to the state finals next up is at Westlake today at 6:30 PM (Mar 5). 

    Congratulations to Crossland Girls basketball team JV and Varsity for winning the last home game.  JV won 57-32 players of the game the Entire JV squad.  Varsity won 64-50 with Janee Harris scoring 33 and Uniquek Miller with 18 and Alexis Welch had 7.
    Congratulations to Janee Harris scoring career and still counting 1183 points (Feb 20).

    Congratulations to both the JV and Varsity Girls Basketball team with a win over Forestville on Tuesday. The JV girls won an exciting game with a score of 45-35 and players of the game is Kateryn Rauda and E’mann Scott-Leach. Varsity edged a close on 57-54 with leading scoring by Janee Harris with 22 points. Player of the game is Treasure Doberson for her end of the game defense helped the win. Please come join us on Thursday for Seniors Night to honor our seniors basketball season (Feb 11).

     

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    Cavaliers a force in Class 3A boys' soccer playoffs and a threat to win championship by Nick Cammarota Staff writer  

    Two seasons ago, Crossland High School senior Steve Mbappe vividly recalls playing High Point for the Prince George's County title.

    In a game that annually pits the top boys' soccer team from the 4A ranks against the best club in the 3A/2A/1A League, the 4A side has never lost.

    And on that particular October evening, the Cavaliers were humbled in an 8-0 defeat that showed how wide the talent gap was between the two leagues.

    On Tuesday night at Largo High in the 2013 county championship match, a rematch of the 2011 affair, Mbappe and the Cavaliers closed that gap significantly when they fought to a 2-1 loss that could have gone either way.

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    CHAMPIONSHIP BOYS SOCCER FEATURED IN

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    Division Champs 2013
    In early September, while most area soccer teams already were weeks into preparation for the 2013 season, Andre Ferguson visited the Crossland High School cafeteria every day for a week looking for soccer players. He knew that’s when he could get his message out to the most kids, which was simple: Ferguson was a first-year soccer coach looking to build his team from the ground up at Crossland.

    “I had to announce that I’m the soccer coach. I’m looking for people, I’m looking for people,” Ferguson said. “But I knew what it would take to build a 3A strong enough to compete with a 4A.”

    Eventually Ferguson had a team of about 15 kids, about half with club soccer experience and half with little experience at all. The experiment of sorts has worked for Ferguson, who was understandably emotional Tuesday night as his team narrowly lost 2-1 to 4A champion High Point in the Prince George’s County title match. READ MORE

     

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    12 WINS & 1 LOSS

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    Oct. 21 - Crossland varsity Volleyball team fell short to Parkdale in 4 sets 25-18-C, 25-19, 25-12, and 25-18 for Parkdale ending the regular season 12-1 as 3-2-1A Champions. The Volleyball team next battle is for the County Championship right on October 30th at Largo High School at 7:00 PM. The JV team also came up short losing in 2 sets.

    Oct. 14 - Congratulations to 2013 PG County 3/2/1A Volleyball Champions. The volleyball team clinched the division by winning 3 sets against Fairmont Heights 25-5, 25-6, 25-5. The JV team also won in 2 sets with the player of the game being Leah Thorpe. The JV squad is now 7-3 and our Varsity team remains undefeated with 12 wins. Way to go Lady Cavs!!!!

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    Are you aware that Crossland has a credit union located in the school? The credit union is run by the staff and students. Crossland's students,  staff and parents can apply for membership to the credit union. It is sponsored by Transit Employees Federal Credit Union (TEFCU). Our branch is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays during lunch. Percys Felder is the Student Branch Director and her number is 202-528-7651 (TEFCU Website)  

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