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

Breakout Star Leading Sherwood to New Heights

by Frank Platko ’18 Sherwood kicked off their season at home on December 6, defeating local rival Good Counsel by a score of 65-44. The two teams were locked in a defensive struggle for much of the game, and at halftime the Warriors clung to a 20-14 lead. But from that point on, the game belonged to junior guard Davis … Read More

Public School Basketball Loses Before Season Even Has Begun

by Lexi Matthews ‘18 With their season opener quickly approaching, both familiar faces and rising stars of boys’ basketball have spent the past month doing what they’ve always done before game day: running drills and practicing hard. However, a noticeable absence could be felt on the court in the midst of all the familiarity; former star guard/forward Kamari Williams started … Read More

MCPS Halts Funding for Turf Fields

by Matthew Post ‘18 In early November, Superintendent Smith released his recommended Capital Improvements Plan for MCPS in 2018. Notably excluded from the 317-page budget were the words “turf field.” This snub may come as a surprise to those who followed the early deliberations on the county’s Capital Improvements Plan (CIP) process in 2015. Then Board of Education President Patricia … Read More

Girls’ Swim Team Prepares to Defend State and Metros Title

by Emma Shuster ‘18 After winning the Maryland Swimming and Diving State Championships and the Washington Metropolitan Swimming and Diving Championships last year, the girls’ swim team looks for a repeat performance this year. In order to do so, the team will have to overcome the loss of graduated seniors Morgan Hill and Margarita Ryan. Now swimming at the University … Read More

Gender Bias in General P.E. Is Unfair and Hurtful

by Colleen Yates ’18 “Girls over here, guys on the other side.” This sentence is used almost every time a teacher picks teams in a general P.E. class. The need for equal and fair teams is understandable; However, the blind assumption that most girls are not as capable of catching, throwing, passing, or shooting is an extremely sexist generalization that … Read More

Josh Seils Proves That Hard Work Pays Off

by Connor Brady ‘17 Every athlete will say that greatness derives from a lot of effort and dedication. Senior pitcher and infielder Josh Seils is a baseball player who went above and beyond to make sure he secured a spot next year on the roster of the Towson baseball team. To be a college athlete, one must put in hours … Read More