Sherwood Girls Win Metros

by Katherine Mahoney ‘20 and Malec Fahmy ‘20 After an undefeated, the Sherwood girls’ swim team brought home the gold this past Saturday at the Washington Metropolitan Interscholastic Swimming and Diving  (Metros). At Saturday night finals at the Germantown Indoor Swim Center, hundred of family, friends, fans, and teachers crowded the stands to watch the girls bring home the championship. … Read More

Girls’ Lacrosse Team Has States in Sights

by Colleen Yates ‘18 Girls’ varsity lacrosse team is looking forward to what should be another stellar season this spring. For the past two seasons, Coach Kelly Hughes has won the coach of the year award and the team has been named as one of the Girls’ Lacrosse 2017 All County/All Division Teams. The Warriors also received an overall best … Read More

Individual Wrestlers Can Qualify for Regionals

by Brandon Cohen ‘20 After a final regular-season record of 10 wins and five losses, the varsity wrestling team came up short of qualifying for the state duals. The Warriors needed a team win in the final tri-meet of the season last Saturday but lost their last two matches, one against Churchill by a score of 36-31 and against Springbrook, … Read More

Boys’ Basketball Team Looks for Consistency as the Playoffs Near

by Frank Platko ‘18 In the month of January, the Warriors faced their toughest stretches of the season. Amid injuries to two of their best players, seniors Davis Long and Brad Riley, Coach Tim Gilchrist still guided the Warriors to a record of 8-8 after losing 93-61 at Northwest. The loss to the Jaguars follows a tight 70-67 loss at … Read More

NFL Needs Off-Season Agenda

by Jackson Hongtong ‘21 and Aaron Jaffe ‘21 The Philadelphia Eagles closed out the 2017-18 season with a 41-33 victory over the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl. The Eagles are the champs, but are they really the best team… or just the team that overcame injuries with the critical help of a backup quarterback? The final week of … Read More

Sherwood Swimmers Eager To Compete at Metros

by Katherine Mahoney ‘20 Last Saturday morning the Sherwood Warrior swim team walked into Martin Luther King, Jr. Indoor Swim Center bringing their all as they battled Blair, Gaithersburg, Northwest, Quince Orchard, and Wootton for the division two county championship. After winning this meet the previous six years, the girls’ team added another victory to their untouchable record on Saturday. … Read More

Well-Fought Match Ends in a Loss

by Brandon Cohen ’20 On January 24, varsity wrestling lost 33-32 to Blair, one of the most competitive wrestling teams in Montgomery County and who remain undefeated. The meet marked the halfway point into Sherwood’s non-tournament regular season with with a current record of 8 wins and 2 losses. After a slow start, Sherwood came back and took the a 26-21 … Read More

Grier Era Ends as Sherwood Looks for New Football

by Josh Averbach ’18 In an open letter posted to his Twitter account on December 8, Chris Grier stepped down as Sherwood’s football coach. Grier has taken a job as an offensive coordinator and assistant coach at DeMatha, where he was previously an assistant from 2010-12. He will continue teaching at Sherwood. In the letter, Grier expressed gratitude towards his … Read More

Sherwood Falters Late against Springbrook

by Frank Platko ’18 The Warriors took on the rival Springbrook Blue Devils in a highly-anticipated matchup on Tuesday, January 2. Despite leading by more than 10 points in the first half, the Warriors offense stalled down the stretch. Late turnovers and fouls proved costly in the 68-63 defeat. The matchup was competitive for much of the game, but the … Read More

Girls’ Swim Team Looks To Continue Their Success from Previous Seasons

by Paige Stahley ’20 With the winter sports season in full swing, several athletes are putting in the work on the court by shooting hoops or playing bocce, practicing wrestling skills on the mat, or running indoor track to stay in shape. Or, if you are the Sherwood swim team, you are trying to uphold a reputation of being some … Read More