Wrestling Comes 4th in First Tournament

by Camilo Illanes ’22 Boys wrestling competed in their first dual meet tournament at Albert Einstein on December 8 and placed 4th. In a dual meet tournament, 10 schools are put into two groups of 5 and compete against schools in their group in a round-robin format. The top four teams are seeded and move on to the semi-finals of … Read More

Boys Basketball Off to Rough Start to Season

by Evan Joseph ’23 The boys varsity basketball team has gotten off to a rough start to say the least. After a 70-45 loss to B-CC in their home opener, followed by a 74-58 loss to Urbana, the team looks to bounce back in a big way and win their first game of the year at Churchill today. With a … Read More

Football Makes It to 3A/4A Semis

by Matt Rosenthal ’22 Sherwood football’s season has concluded with a loss to Mergenthaler Vocational-Technical High School (Mervo) in the State Semi-Finals, 34-7. The Warriors first season under the stewardship of Head Coach Andrew Fields finish the season with an overall record of 9-3 and won their region. Despite the loss, the football team still had a strong showing in … Read More

On Sports: Teams Still Are Stereotyping Native Americans

by Dylan Sondike ‘24 After the Atlanta Braves celebrated a hard-fought World Series win, they have received backlash about both their name and the tomahawk chop, a tradition their fans do often during every game. The NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs and the NHL’s Chicago Blackhawks have also faced criticism for their names, and all three teams should be forced to … Read More

On Sports: Wizards Are on Fire To Start the Season

by Matt Rosenthal ’22 The Washington Wizards were not expected to be a strong team this season. After trading Russell Westbrook to the Lakers, it appeared as if Washington was headed towards a retool and would likely finish around the 8-10 seed at best. Instead, Washington is off to their best start in over 40 years, with a record of … Read More

On Sports: Aaron Rodgers Misleads the Public

by Emory Gun ‘22 On November 3, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was confirmed to have Covid-19. Soon after it was announced that contrary to the media and public’s prior knowledge, Rodgers wasn’t vaccinated. Months ago when Rodgers was asked by the media if he was vaccinated he deceptively said, “Yeah, I’ve been immunized.” For months he’s misled the … Read More

Field Hockey Beats Blake Bengals To Win Second Straight Regional Title

by Camilo Illanes ‘22 Field hockey faced off against Paint Branch on November 1 in the Warriors’ first playoff game. Sherwood was the clear favorite after defeating Paint Branch 4-0 in the regular season. A hat-trick from senior Carly Sefcilk, as well as goals from junior Kat Hansen and senior captain Kayla Larsen helped the girls win 5-0. According to … Read More

Football Finishes 7-2 In Fields’ First Season as Coach

by Matt Rosenthal ‘22 Sherwood football starts their postseason tomorrow at home against Springbrook, who beat Kennedy in the first round. The Warriors had a good season to kick off a new era under the direction of head coach Andrew Fields, finishing 7-2. However, the season lacked a “statement win” that established the Warriors as one of the top teams … Read More

Cross Country Wraps Up Long Season with Impressive Results

by Nicholas Schade ‘23 Cross country nears the end of its season, qualifying for State Championships as the final race of the year. The last half of the season has been crucial for the team’s growth and improvement, with two weeks of conditioning after Gunpowder Invitationals on October 16 to prepare for County Championships on November 1. Continuing to demonstrate … Read More

Snyder Goes Unpunished; When Is Enough, Enough?

by Aviv Klayman ‘24 Dan Snyder is quite possibly the worst owner in National Football League (NFL) history, and that’s saying something. For the past two decades Snyder has been at the root of controversies, scandals, and embarrassments that have embroiled the Washington Football Team (WFT). During Snyder’s tenure, the team has a combined 151-208-1 regular-season record and has not … Read More