Girls’ Soccer Team Edges Closer to the Top

by Colleen Yates ’18 When judging by goal differential, the girls’ varsity soccer team is having a very good season. A closer look, however, reveals that 29 of the team’s 34 goals were scored in blowout games against Wheaton, Paint Branch, Northwood, and Springbrook. Those four games also account for every one of the Warriors’ victories. With a 4-6-1 record, … Read More

New Sherwood Sports Logo Is in the Works

by Riley Whelan ’18 Here at Sherwood, athletics are held in very high regard, with the football games selling countless numbers of tickets each week and the basketball bleachers packed to the brim. With such a successful athletic program, it seems almost obvious that there would be an established logo in place, yet this is not the case. That is … Read More

Sherwood vs Walter Johnson 9/18 and Paint branch 9/19

By Colleen Yates ’18 On Monday night the girls’ varsity soccer team faced off against defending state champions, Walter Johnson. Sherwood lost the game 3-0 despite countless saves from starting goalie and captain, senior Emily St Laurent. With pressure building, WJ scored their first goal with seven minutes remaining in the first half, WJ got their first goal. The Warriors … Read More

Warriors Lose to Dominant Damascus

By Josh Averbach ’18 On Friday, the Warriors moved to 1-1 after a 42-7 road loss to the Damascus Swarmin’ Hornets, a team that has won back-to-back 3A state championships. The atmosphere before this momentous game was–cliche as it sounds–electric. There was a buzz in the Sherwood student section rarely seen at home games, let alone road games, complete with … Read More

Warriors Look to Make a Statement with Win at Damascus

By Josh Averbach ’18 Sherwood has a good football team–that much is inarguable. Last year, the Warriors won ten games in a row before losing in the playoffs. Coming off of this strong season, they have started off 2017 strong by steamrolling Magruder 44-0 and jumping from twentieth to sixteenth in The Washington Post’s metro area rankings on September 4. … Read More

Winning Streak Ends But Season Continues

by Jackie Vilaseca ‘19 Even the most amazing of feats must come to an end. After a mind-boggling 105 straight victories without a loss while also winning five consecutive 4A state titles, Sherwood’s varsity softball team lost 9-5 to Northwest on March 25. The team rebounded three days later with 19-1 blowout against Churchill. Perhaps the start of a new … Read More

Boys’ Tennis Is a Contender in Division 2

by Connor Brady ‘17 and Josh Averbach ’18 Boys’ varsity tennis got a late jump on the spring season because missed scrimmage opportunities due to the weather. Despite the slow start, the team may become a real force to win division 2. The team is currently 2-2, with a win against Seneca Valley and Northwood and losses to Wootton and … Read More

Lacrosse Already Primed for Playoff Run

by Brandon Alter ‘17 The boys’ lacrosse team this year will look to improve on last year’s 9-6-0 record and a second-round playoff exit. The team has stated that their goal is to get to the regional finals in order for the season to be successful. The team is 1-1 as of Friday morning. Narrowly defeating St. John’s Frederick 14-13 … Read More

High School Athletes Face Extra Pressure

by Emma Shuster ‘18 Approximately 45 million adolescents across the United States play sports on a select travel team. Kids spend their week nights shuffling to and from practices and games, all while trying to maintain family time, a social life, good grades, and periods of relaxation. Kids join club teams to have fun, make friends, and develop their skills … Read More

Baseball Trio Takes Next Step

by Malec Fahmy ‘20 A typical high school athlete’s senior year marks the bittersweet end to playing with teammates. However, three seniors on varsity baseball, by coincidence, all will take their talents to Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC), located in Catonsville, MD. Connor Brady, Matt Migliozzi, and Alec Goldberg became friends during freshman year, and have since developed their … Read More