Outdoor Track Is Developing a Young Team

by Marissa Harris ‘22 With one-third of the team being new track athletes, the outdoor season will be largely defined by potential and growth for having a successful season. The current seniors have not had a normal season since their freshmen year and as a result, this season will see a variety of personal bests. The time trials and inter-team … Read More

Mixed Results for Baseball’s Start to the Spring Season

by Camilo Illanes ‘22 On March 22, Sherwood boys baseball started their defense as 4A state champs with a 9-5 win against a very tough opponent in Urbana on March 21. The Warriors continued their momentum in their next game against Northwest on March 24 with an 11-1 win before stumbling on March 26 in a tough 17-7 loss against … Read More

Girls Lacrosse Strives To Reach State Finals

by Dylan Sondike ‘24 As spring sports start up again, the varsity girls lacrosse team is looking to avenge a 15-6 semi-final loss against Anne Arundel High School last season. In their first game to start the new season, the team lost in a nail biter to Urbana by a score of 10-9 but rebounded on March 25 to beat … Read More

Tennis Looks To Settle into Their Swing for New Season

by Selene Ashewood ‘22 This year’s tennis season has already ramped up, with at least two games each week leading up to spring break. The Division 2 (D2) girls and boys teams plan to channel their competitive spirits into an exciting and challenging season with high expectations. Starting the season with matches against Blair, a D1 school, threw the team … Read More

Transgender Swimmer Wins Titles and Raises Controversy

by Carter Braun ‘23 The 2022 NCAA Swimming Championships have concluded, and all eyes were on Lia Thomas, a transgender swimmer for the University of Pennsylvania who has broken school records left and right since joining the women’s team this past year. During the NCAA Championships on March 16-19, Thomas finished first in the 500 freestyle and was a finalist … Read More

The Commanders Could Have a New Home Soon

by Evan Joseph ‘23 The news surrounding Washington’s NFL football team as of late can be described as anything but normal. The team introduced a new name (Commanders), recently traded for quarterback Carson Wentz, and owner Daniel Snyder is under investigation by the NFL for sexual misconduct. In addition, it looks as if the Commanders could have a new stadium … Read More

Predictions of Which Teams Make the Final Four

by Adam Masiky ‘24 West Region The West Region is arguably the most talented one in the tournament. The top four seeds of Gonzaga, Duke, Texas Tech, and Arkansas are the only top four seeds to make it to the Sweet Sixteen in a single region. Gonzaga, Duke, and Texas Tech blew by the competition in the first round all … Read More

Warriors’ Playoffs End After Tough Loss to Blake

by Perri Williams  ‘23 After their blowout win in the first round of playoffs against Northwood, up next was regional rival Blake. The Warriors lost two painstakingly close games to the Bengals in the regular season. Nevertheless, the Warriors came into the game with newfound confidence after their stronger second half of their season.  “It’s not about the way you … Read More

Ice Hockey Concludes Unpredictable Season

by Yusra Husain ‘22  The varsity ice hockey team faced an unusual 2021-2022 season with their division status changing halfway through, ultimately exposing the team to various levels of competition. The team finished the season with a 5-10-0 record, which includes 4-8-0 in the regular season and 1-2-0 in the postseason. Sherwood was eliminated from the state tournament during their … Read More