Bouma Swings for the Fences, Aims for State Title

by Adam Pfeiffer ‘20 Senior Michael Bouma’s baseball resumé is one that many would envy. He was named Bethesda Magazine’s Rookie of the Year in 2016, he is a three-time All-Montgomery County Selection, a 2018 Washington Post All-Met selection, a 2018 and 2019 preseason All-State selection, and on April 17 of last year announced his verbal commitment to the University … Read More

Chris Sanchez Wins 145 Pound Wrestling State Championship

by Jack DeGonia ‘19 Senior Chris Sanchez is the 3A/4A state wrestling champion in the 145 lb weight class, becoming the first Sherwood state champion since Steven Gamble (‘09) won it all his senior year in the 160 lb. weight class. The state tournament this year took place on March 1 and 2 at The Showplace Arena in Prince George’s … Read More

Boys Lacrosse Looks To Build on Last Season

by Aaron Jaffe ‘21 The Warriors of past have often had the team that could win tough games and compete at a high level but couldn’t seem to take the next step against the elite teams of the 4A division. After last season’s disappointing end in a loss to Urbana, the team would have to look at a future without … Read More

Sports Should Count for PE Credit

by Jonah Sachs ’20 As part of the set of the overall graduation requirements for Maryland public schools, every high school student is required to take at least one year of a physical education class, whether it’s weight training, net sports, or general PE. So many people are used to this mandate, but for those who simply do not have … Read More

Softball Looks To Compete for Championship

by Ryan Duvall ‘21 After coasting through the regular season last year, the varsity softball team had their eyes on a state championship. The Warriors looked unbeatable going into playoffs with a 16-0 record through the regular season. When playoffs came around, they had a bye in the first round, but were eliminated by Urbana 11-0 in the second round. … Read More

NBA and NFL Players Need to Grow Up

by Ryan Duvall ’21  Recently, the NFL is starting to resemble a different sports league, the NBA. Star  players in both leagues have reached the “diva” status. Now, you can’t help but compare the past 20 years of the NBA to the NFL. There have been so many similarities, from the divorce of Shaq and Kobe, to the resurgence of … Read More

 Swim and Dive Looks to End Season Strong

by Malec Fahmy ’20  As the swim and dive season winds down, there has been many successes. To begin, the girls finished the regular season undefeated, boasting a 5-0 conference record, and a very impressive win over a talented Bethesda-Chevy Chase (B-CC) team.  The boys also did well, going 2-3 in the division, with extremely close meets with Wootton and … Read More

Sherwood Sends Two Athletes to States

by Noah Corman ’19  The 4A West Indoor Regional Championships took place on Thursday, February 7, at the Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex. Senior Sofia Grossman qualified for states, placing 5th in the 55 meter hurdles and 4th in high jump. Junior Sean Enright also qualified, finishing 9th in the 3,200 meter. Other notable performances include sophomore Olivia Miller … Read More

Boys Varsity Basketball Keeps Focus, With Eyes on Regionals

by Aaron Jaffe ‘21 The Warriors’ roster coming into the 2018-19 school year was one with many changes from just last season. Not only did former star player Davis Long graduate, Sherwood also lost multiple other seniors who were crucial to their rotation. However, the 2017-18 Sherwood team heavily disappointed considering the talent and potential the team had. The newest … Read More

Added Depth Will Help Wrestlers Do Well at States

by Jack DeGonia ‘19 This year, the varsity wrestling team is primed to make some noise at the state level. They currently hold a 6-1 record, with the lone loss a tight one to the reigning six-time state champions, the Damascus Hornets. The Warriors have a very high chance of not only competing for the regional dual title on February … Read More