Warriors Take On South Hagerstown Tonight at Home in Playoffs

by Dylan Sondike ’24 After a slew of losses, the Warriors turned heads in the county with their hard-fought win against Damascus on the road on October 6. Facing the defending 3A state champions was certainly no easy task for the Warriors. Freshman quarterback Matthew Larsen made his first career start, and senior cornerback Leo Cantor had a game-sealing interception … Read More

Perspective: Howell Is Not the Future

by Dylan Sondike‘24 Through the first eight weeks of the NFL season, the Commanders have had another roller coaster of a season. With second-year year quarterback Sam Howell under center this year, the looming question of whether he is here for the long haul is on the minds of many fans. The Commanders currently sit at 3-5 with disappointing losses … Read More

Turnover Woes Hurting Warriors

by Dylan Sondike ‘24 Facing rival Blake followed by Gaithersburg, the Warriors have cooled down from their undefeated start. The Warriors now sit at 3-2 as they prepare to face highly talented teams, including Damascus and Quince Orchard, in the upcoming weeks. “Our schedule this year is amongst the most competitive in the state of Maryland,”  explained head coach Andrew … Read More

Baseball Beats Urbana To Win Third Straight Title

by Dylan Sondike ‘24 Sherwood’s baseball season started and ended with victories over Urbana from Frederick County. The Warriors beat the Hawks 13-2 on March 21 but the second win by a score of 7-4 will be much more memorable for the players. That victory came on May 26 giving the Warriors their third consecutive 4A state championship. Senior Brian … Read More

MLB Changes Lead to Drastic Improvements

by Dylan Sondike ‘24 With two months already gone by in the MLB season, new rule changes have not disappointed in making games faster and increasing the level of action. With MLB attendance dropping in recent years, the new rules have done precisely what they were intended to do in order to bring back fans. Pitch clocks, larger bases, shift … Read More