Wrestling Looks to Build On Success at Recent Meets

by Thomas Fenner ‘24 Varsity wrestling opened the season with a 4-2 start despite facing tough competition early on. The team finished 8-1 at the Rockville Duals event, held January 5-6, and battled their way to a championship appearance, falling to Chesapeake 36-33. Other quality teams at the Rockville Duels included Churchill and Northwest. “Rockville Duals was a big test … Read More

New Leaders Emerge for Boys Basketball

by Dylan Sondike ‘24 Through 11 games, the Warriors have impressed with a 9-2 record. With narrow losses to only Richard Montgomery and Paint Branch, the Warriors have played efficient basketball this season. Last year, the coaches prioritized defense and once again these ideas have played a key role in their success. “Everyone knows, defense wins championships. We put a … Read More

Swim and Dive Balances Huge Team with Focus on Getting Results

by Hannah Mushahwar ‘24 Sherwood Swim and Dive witnessed incredible wins in the previous 2022-23 season, placing 9th at states and with a number of swimmers breaking personal records. Coming off of last season’s progress, the 2023-24 team has significantly larger numbers of swimmers, growing from 68 to a striking 93 members. Coach Ryan Burnsky’s decision to keep such a … Read More

Girls Basketball Winning Despite Changes

by Thomas Fenner ‘24 Despite enduring changes to the coaching staff and switching divisions, girls basketball has begun the season with an impressive 8-2 record. The Warriors suffered their only two losses in the opening game against Whitman on December 5 by a score of 53-31, and fell to Damascus in a tight 30-23 finish on December 13. Since then, … Read More

Indoor Track Overcomes Many Meet Cancellations

by Liam Trump ’24 To start the track and field season, the Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex, where the majority of indoor meets are held, announced its temporary closure due to renovations. The original calendar had four MCPS meets held at the PG Complex, in addition to the season including two invitationals: The Dickinson College Holiday Invite and The … Read More

Perspective: Christian McCaffrey Should Win NFL MVP

by Noah Bair ‘24 Every year, the NFL gives out awards before the Super Bowl for players who had the best regular season. While there are six awards that can be won by players, there is none more important than the Most Valuable Player (MVP) award, which theoretically can be won by any player in the league. Voters for the … Read More

Senior Competes in Pan-American Games

by Andrew Rosenthal ‘24 Senior Anna Sullivan represented the United States in the Pan American Games in Ibague, Colombia, in December 2023. Sullivan competed in Acrobatic Gymnastics in a trio alongside Maddy Hunt and Avery Puleo. The trio brought home three gold medals for Team U.S. and scored a 27.500 in the final round to seal the deal. “Getting the … Read More

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

Girls Soccer Falls Short in the Second Round

by Noah Bair ’24 On October 27, the girls varsity soccer team was defeated by Wootton in the second round of the 2023 Maryland Girls Soccer State Championship by a score of 2-1. The defeat comes after the team defeated Watkins Mill by a score of 2-0 in the first round of the playoffs just two days before on October … Read More

Evin Thompson Is Sherwood’s Rising Star On and Off the Basketball Court

by Hannah Mushahwar ‘24 Sherwood’s boys varsity basketball program has been completely transformed over the past two years and a crucial player in that change has been junior Evin Thompson, who brings unrivaled talent and a vibrant personality. Thompson came to Sherwood last year as a transfer and was a starter as a sophomore and the spark for the team’s … Read More