Hockey Needs To Limit Penalties in Playoffs

by Brandon Alter ‘17 The Sherwood ice hockey team, which is designated as a club sport, went a respectable 5-5-2 for a total of 12 points in the regular season. Sherwood looks to continue its high-octane offense of almost five goals a game into the playoffs later this month. The Warriors are led on offense by senior captain Garret Warner, … Read More

Blood Test May Remove Concussion Fuzziness

by Noah Rosendorf ‘17 Each year more than two million people get emergency room treatment for concussions and other brain injuries. Even so, concussions are traditionally difficult to diagnose. The identification is subjectively confirmed by examining the patients’ symptoms such as headaches, blurred vision, loss of memory and dizziness. MRIs or other scans may not show that a concussion has … Read More

Girls’ Swim Wins Division II, Goes to Metros To Defend Title

by Emma Shuster ‘18 The girls finished first and the boys finished fifth out of six teams at the Division II Swimming and Diving Championship on Saturday, February 4. The Warriors swam well against tough teams. Sophomore Jamison Crow finished 4th in the Boys 100 yard butterfly and Boys 100 yard freestyle, sophomore Sophia Ryan finished 2nd in the Girls … Read More

World’s Best Wrestler, Kyle Snyder, Comes Home To Compete in Olney

by Connor Brady ‘17 A lot of hype led up to the wrestling match between Ohio State and Maryland, quickly turning to excitement in the parking lot of Good Counsel. I was somehow able to find a parking space, which felt like finding a needle in a haystack. Unfortunately, I didn’t know that the event had sold out two weeks … Read More

On Sports: Best Super Bowl Commercials

by Alex Le ’17 In arguably the greatest Super Bowl of all time, there were a myriad of memorable and entertaining commercials. From celebrity appearances to inspiring stories of perseverance, this year’s batch of commercials had a little bit of everything. Here’s a review of the most memorable advertisements. Buick  In the middle of a pee wee football game, a … Read More

Sherwood Stays Dominant by Crushing Blake

by Josh Averbach ’18    Sherwood has put together an impressive stretch of basketball in recent weeks, as the Warriors are on a three-game winning streak and have won six of their last seven. Most recently, Sherwood improved to a record of 8-7 after defeating a very good Paint Branch team 63-61 on Friday January 27. However, this positive trend is … Read More

Warrior Indoor Track Pushes for States

by Noah Rosendorf  ’17 The indoor track team have had a tough time placing above 10th in recent competitions. The team needs to use these tough times as a positive motivator and believe in their evident ability to qualify for the State Championship. To qualify, they need to earn a place in the top 4 at Regionals on February 9. … Read More

Warriors’ Indoor Track Setting High Expectations

by Noah Rosendorf ’17 The boys and girls’ indoor track team have the potential to be one of the strongest in the county. The Warriors had their first MCPS meet on December 6, and the boys finished in 8th place while the girls finished 19th of 25 teams. Seniors Paige Munshell and Kiana Robinson had stand-out performances, with Munshell finishing … Read More

Sherwood Builds Positive Momentum by Defeating Seneca Valley

by Josh Averbach ’18 After a two-game losing streak to begin the season, Sherwood rebounded nicely by defeating Watkins Mill and Seneca Valley on December 12 and 14, respectively. However, they fell to undefeated Winston Churchill by the score of 52-43 on December 19. The Warriors’ win against Seneca Valley, a 60-24 blowout, showcases the positive momentum that the Warriors … Read More

Volleyball Falls to Northwest at States

by Alex Le ‘17 After losing the first two sets to the Howard Lions, the Warriors’ championship aspirations were looking bleak in the quarterfinals of the 4A volleyball playoffs. Howard, who had beaten Sherwood last year in the playoffs, were up once again with all the momentum on their side to close out No. 1-seeded Sherwood. With their backs against … Read More