Boys Basketball’ Look To Pursue Big Goals

by Evan Joseph ’23 With the playoffs right around the corner, the Warriors are looking to build off the momentum from their 3-0 finish to the regular season in hopes of making a deep playoff run. The Warriors unselfish offense and stifling defense led to a 15-5 record in the regular season. Although this is a significant improvement from their … Read More

Chiefs and Eagles Gear Up for Super Bowl Shootout

by Noah Bair ’24 This year’s Super Bowl between the Eagles and Chiefs will feature a number of firsts for the NFL. Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce and Eagles center Jason Kelce will be the first set of brothers to play against each other in a Super Bowl. Also, this will be the first Super Bowl where the top scoring … Read More

Swim and Dive Excited for Championships

by Maggie Reese ‘24 As the swim and dive team transitions to the major meets that punctuate the end of the season, there already have been countless successes. The boys have had an exciting season so far with an extremely close meet against Poolesville and an impressive win against Richard Montgomery. On the girls side, The Warriors started fast with … Read More

Boys Basketball’s Defensive Pressure Leads to Easy Offense

by Evan Joseph ‘23 After a solid start to the year through their first few games, the Warriors have continued to build their identity as a defensive-minded team. In their last eight games, they have gone an impressive 6-2, only losing to Blake twice in two highly contested matchups. The Warriors are looking to build off their current momentum behind … Read More

Indoor Track Builds Strong Team with New and Old Talent

by Katie Gough ‘23 With a solid group of returning upperclassmen and several promising new runners, throwers, and jumpers, the future of the indoor track and field team’s performance in the upcoming championship season looks bright. The often overlooked sport of indoor track incorporates several different running events along with jumping and throwing. With a slightly misleading name, the vast … Read More

Perspective: Baseball Is a Game of Money

by Aviv Klayman ‘24 One of the biggest reasons why sports is beloved by so many people is its unpredictability. In any match up, any team can win. However, is this truly the case for “America’s Pastime” — baseball? Over the last decade, eight different teams have won the World Series, which, from an outside perspective, suggests that there is … Read More

Wrestling Prepared to Compete at Regionals

by Dylan Sondike ‘24 Just over halfway through the season, the varsity wrestling team has exceeded expectations. As of January 10, the team remains undefeated with seven wins and has won six of those meets by a comfortable ten or more points. Coach Pete Siarkas explained that the team has been winning the matches that they are expected to win … Read More

International Players Taking Over NBA at a Historic Rate

by Noah Bair ‘24 In 2014, a center from Serbia named Nikola Jokić was drafted 41st overall by the Denver Nuggets. Since then, Jokić has averaged almost 20 points per game as well as been selected to four straight All-Star teams, and won NBA MVP each of the last two seasons. In fact, each of the last four MVPs has … Read More

Girls Basketball on a Streak after Lackluster Start

by Kobi Gyan ‘24 Through last week, the girls basketball team had a record of 8-4 and 6-1 in the division. What stands out about many of the Warriors’ games are the lopsided victories over other teams. These one-sided results include a 69-36 win against Blake on January 4, a 71-31 blowout the next night over Wheaton, and a 54-21 … Read More

NIL Deals Are Now Open to Students

by Perri Williams ‘23 On December 7, the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association (MPSSAA) issued guidance for how student-athletes may engage in monetary compensation from the use of their name, image and likeness (NIL). Although the biggest NIL deals are reserved for high star recruits receiving offers from major Division I programs, NIL contracts already are spreading to a … Read More