On Sports: 2K Cover Curse and What it Means for the Cavs

by Aaron Jaffe ’21  In the real world, Lebron James is arguably the face of the NBA, and maybe the greatest player of all-time depending on who you ask. After yesterday’s announcement James is also the face of the basketball gaming world. James was named the cover of NBA 2K19 for the second time in his career, the first being … Read More

On Sports: The Cavs and Warriors… Again

by Jackson Hongtong ’21  This year the NBA 2018 finals features the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers, for the fourth year in a row. The Warriors have won two of the past three championships against the Cavs, including last year, when the Cavs only won one game in the series. While the Houston Rockets are a great team … Read More

Girls’ Lacrosse Team’s Season Cut Short by Loss to Dulaney

by Colleen Yates ’18  The girls’ lacrosse team predictably had a successful regular season, going 13-1 with the team’s only loss on May 3 against Churchill. Throughout the season, the team scored an average of 20 goals per game, usually doubling the scores of their opponents. Sophomore Lauren Chrosniak had a stellar season in goal, keeping opponent’s goals in the … Read More

Boys’ Lacrosse Suffers Third Round Loss

by Aaron Jaffe ’21  For the boys’ lacrosse team, it is safe to say that the season did not end up going quite the way that they had hoped it would. The Warriors did hit their stride straight out of the gate, effortlessly defeating Magruder 17-4, Springbrook 12-8, Paint Branch 15-7 at home and Northwood 16- 8, Blair 17-9, and … Read More

Whatever Happens, Caps Still Broke the D.C. Curse

by Malec Fahmy ’20 and Brynn Smith ’19  Although we are writing this column before we know the outcome of game 7 of the conference finals, it does not matter. Whether the Washington Capitals won or lost the game last night, the season already is a tremendous success and playing for a Stanley Cup is simply icing on the cake. … Read More

Varsity Baseball Season Ends With Heartbreak after Upset at Urbana

  by Jackson Hongtong ’21  The Warriors suffered a 4-3 loss to Urbana in the third round of the playoffs in a close extra-inning game. The eighth inning went scoreless but in the ninth, a passed ball allowed Urbana’s runner on third to go home.  “We played our hearts out but unfortunately we couldn’t come out on top,” said freshman … Read More

Softball Falls to Urbana

 by Russel Irons ’19  Sherwood’s varsity softball team lost in the second round of the playoffs to Urbana High School. Sherwood had a bye for the first round, which was the result of a perfect record in the regular season. Urbana upset Sherwood 11-1 in a surprising end to their ‘17-‘18 season. The defeat from Urbana was unexpected, as Sherwood … Read More

On Sports: Redskins Help Themselves in Draft

by Aaron Jaffe ’21 The 2017-18 season for the Washington Redskins didn’t go as well as many would have wanted. Finishing with a 7-9 record and placing third in the NFC East division, the organization had a critical offseason awaiting to try and set the team in the right direction. In free agency, the team remained conservative by staying with … Read More

Warrior Softball defeats Clarksburg

by Russell Irons ‘19 Sherwood softball secured a 4-2 win in a home game against Clarksburg on April 9. Clarksburg was the first conference opponent. Despite Clarksburg’s stiff resistance, Sherwood remains undefeated and currently holds a 9-0 record. The first 3 innings were a stalemate. The weather was near freezing, and both teams had trouble getting a piece of the … Read More

On Sports: Race For October Begins

by Aaron Jaffe ’21 Last year’s World Series was nothing short of a vintage performance with the Houston Astros defeating the Los Angeles Dodgers in the ultimate nail-biter in all of sports, game 7. The series went back and forth between the two teams who have combined for 84 years without a ring. The Astros ended up taking the decisive … Read More