Golf Places in Fifth at State Championships

by Jackson Hongtong ‘21 The Sherwood golf team placed fifth as a team in the state championship, with a combined score of 619 from all four players for both days. Freshman Bryan Kim took home second place in the individual state championship, losing by only one stroke to Jack Griffin from Walter Johnson. The first day of states was a … Read More

Girls Volleyball Aims for Long Playoff Run

by Adam Pfeiffer ‘20 After an early defeat to Wootton, the girls volleyball team reeled off seven straight dominant wins, improving their record to 8-1 heading into a huge matchup against Magruder on October 10. Unfortunately, the girls fell in 3 straight sets to the Colonels. Heading into a big game against Northwest, the team was feeling good. Led by … Read More

New California Bill Is Going To Revolutionize College Sports

by Colin Horan ‘21 On September 30, California’s Governor Gavin Newsom signed the Fair Pay to Play Act into state law. The law, which was introduced earlier in February, had been passed in an unanimous 73-0 vote in California’s state legislature. When the bill goes into effect on January 1, 2023, it will allow for California college athletes to be … Read More

Warriors Begin Playoffs With Catonsville;Paint Branch Looms

by Aaron Jaffe ‘21 On November 1, Sherwood wrapped up their regular season against Springbrook, dominating once again, 42-0. The first playoff game for Sherwood football will be at home at 7p.m. on Friday, November 8, against Catonsville. The Comets, out of Baltimore Country, went 5-4 on the season. After jumping out to 4-0 record, Catonsville dropped their final 3 … Read More

A Look Back at the Top Sherwood Athletes Since 2000

It is no secret that Sherwood has a rich athletic tradition, filled with numerous championships, records, and awards. Of course, in order for all this to happen, there is an even greater plethora of outstanding individual athletes. With this being the newspaper issue before the turn of the decade, The Warrior has compiled a list of the top Sherwood athletes … Read More

NCAA is Going Get Their Pay, Soon 

by Aaron Jaffe ’21 For years the NCAA strictly instituted rules so no athlete could sign brand deals, make money off their own name, or receive any of the revenue made by colleges’ athletic programs. It long has been debated whether college student athletes should be allowed to earn money off their own name, considering the athletes essentially are the … Read More

Sherwood Girls’ Soccer Exits in Second Round

by Jimmy Yates ‘21 Sherwood concluded their regular season on a tough stretch against top teams in the county, falling to BCC and Quince Orchard 5-0 and 4-0. The Warriors entered the playoffs as a second seed and played Northwood on Friday, October 25. Sherwood got out to an early lead, as junior Chase Bell scored within the first three … Read More

Girls Varsity Field Hockey Advances to Regional Finals

by Jenna Timmons ’21 On October 29, the girls varsity field hockey — who are seeded number one in their region — came together for an amazing performance against Wheaton in their regional semi-final game. The Warriors had a total of six goals, scored by senior Radhika Abeywickrama, sophomore Greer Cohen, junior Tess Farley, senior Saarah Haqq, sophomore Tarrah Welch … Read More

Boys Soccer Falls to Northwood in Second Round of Playoffs

by Ryan Duvall ‘21 After a successful regular season where they were crowned division champions, the boys varsity soccer team was gifted with a first round bye in the 4A State Playoffs. The Warriors were set to face the winner of Northwood vs Springbrook, two teams that Sherwood had beaten during the regular season. Northwood then defeated Springbrook 1-0, setting … Read More