Sherwood Football Humbled Early On

by Aaron Jaffe ’21 Sherwood football opened up their 2019 campaign with one of their best games to date. The team headed into Wheaton with high expectations and executed cleanly, winning 35-0. Against a lesser level of competition, the Warriors did more than just their job and gave cause for optimism heading into the home opener on Friday the 13th … Read More

“Warrior Nation” Slogan Retired

Anjali Verma ‘20 It has come time the “Warrior Nation” slogan be renewed. The Warrior Club has run a contest to create a new slogan for their shirts. All entries had to be three words or less and appropriate for all ages. The contest was open to everyone in the Sherwood Community including staff, students, and parents. The winner of … Read More

On Sports: 2019 Free Agency Will Change NBA for the Next Decade

by Malec  Fahmy Last year, the landscape of the NBA changed when nine-time NBA Finalist LeBron James left the Cleveland Cavaliers and joined the Los Angeles Lakers. Former President of Basketball Operations and Lakers legend Magic Johnson vowed to bring another superstar to L.A to reignite a Lakers franchise that has missed the playoffs five years in a row. Johnson … Read More

Lacrosses New League Will Bring More Interest

Charlie Matusek ’20 In September of 2018, Paul Rabil, a famous lacrosse player, created a new professional lacrosse league known as the Premier Lacrosse League that will have six teams with 26 players per team. They will play through 14 weeks, including 10 games, one all star week, and three weeks of playoffs. Instead of having home fields, the teams … Read More

Sherwood Soccer Star Comes Back to Coach Girls’ Varsity

by Jimmy Yates ’21 After a very successful high school and college career, Hope Gouterman is coming back to coach Sherwood girl’s varsity, where she played four years on varsity from 2008-2012 before going off to play at the University of Maryland (UMD). Gouterman is coming to a Sherwood varsity program which has had several different coaches in the past … Read More

Local Wrestlers To Compete for World Team Spot

Adam Pfeiffer ‘20 Wrestling fans across the country will be watching as the best wrestlers in the nation compete at the Final X championships to earn the right to represent Team USA at the 2019 Senior World Championships in Astana, Kazakhstan, in September. Final X debuted in 2018, added by USA Wrestling as another step in determining the best wrestler … Read More

Baseball Loses In State Championships

Jackson Hongtong ’21 The goal from the beginning of the season for the varsity baseball team was to win states. This objective stemmed in part from disappointing playoff results in the last few years. After a tremendous regular season and playoffs, the Warriors came up heartbreakingly short of winning a state championship and lost in a close contest in the … Read More

After Win in Semis, Softball Plays for State Title

Ryan Duvall ‘21 It wasn’t always easy to get there, but Sherwood girls softball is playing in the 4A championship game against Glen Burnie this Saturday at 7:30 at the University of Maryland Softball Complex. This comes after Sherwood defeated Bowie 3-2 this past Tuesday in thrilling fashion when freshman Summer Green scored on a fielder’s choice off the bat … Read More

Sports Betting Is Now Legal, Allowed by Supreme Court

Reagan Yates ‘19 Last May, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of terminating the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA), and the court’s decision now allows every U.S. state the option to legalize sports betting. Also, states could now tax and regulate the 150+ billion dollars a year that is illegally betted on sports. Since the legal decision, eight … Read More

Junior Announces Commitment To Brown University for Soccer

Adina Brenner ‘20 When it comes to most juniors, the stress is at an all-time high come fourth quarter. Not only figuring out colleges they will be applying to but what their future may hold can feel like the biggest decision of their life. For junior Noah Atanda, this process has gotten a little less stressful for him compared to … Read More