Ice Hockey Team Faces Challenges As February Playoffs are Imminent

by Adam Pfeiffer ‘20 The hockey team has had an up and down season, and following a 7-3 loss to Blake on New Year’s Day, the Warriors held a 2-7 record. Heading into a rivalry game against Damascus on January 11, the boys knew what they had to do. “We just need to stick to the game plan and not … Read More

Girls Swimming Is Blessed with Division I Talent

by Malec Fahmy ‘20 and Adam Pfeiffer ‘20 Greatness requires lots of hard work, sacrifice, and dedication. Seniors Kaitlin Gravell, Erica Hjelle, and Sophia Ryan precisely embody what it takes to be great. Their sacrifices have led the girls swim team to State and Metro titles in 2016 and 2018, and resulted in Division I scholarships (Gravell-Villanova, Hjelle-Georgetown, Ryan-Virginia Tech). … Read More

The Road to Atlanta

by Aaron Jaffe ’21 NFC Game Preview: Rams v Saints The number two seeded Los Angeles Rams will fly down to the Big Easy to face off against the number one seeded New Orleans Saints in a much anticipated rematch. In their first matchup back in November, the Rams came in as the best team in the NFC with the … Read More

Hockey Faces Challenges With Playoffs Imminent

by Adam Pfeiffer ‘20 The hockey team has had an up and down season, and following a 7-3 loss to Blake on New Year’s Day, the Warriors held a 2-7 record. Heading into a rivalry game against Damascus on Jan 11, the boys knew what they had to do. “We just need to stick to the game plan and not … Read More

Girls Basketball Emerging as a Legitimate Power in the County

by Reagan Yates ‘19 The Warriors girls varsity basketball team is showing strength this season with a current record of 9-0 and a lot of hope for the rest of the season. After a losing record in their 2017-18 campaign, the team had some work to do entering the 2018-19 season in order to prove themselves, but the addition of … Read More

Wide Receivers Who Should Consider Changing Positions

By Aaron Jaffe 21’ The game of football is simple. Two teams are pitted against each other on a field where the goal of the game is to finish with more points than the team they are facing. The basic rules and strategies that are found in the NFL are almost identical to those in lower levels of the sport … Read More

How Alabama-Clemson Proved NCAAF Isn’t Ready For a Playoff Expansion

By Aaron Jaffe 21’  The two best teams in college faced off for the fourth consecutive year on Monday as the Alabama Crimson Tide took on the Clemson Tigers at Levi Stadium for the national championship. Coming in as one of the most dominant teams of recent memory and the first-seeded team in the playoffs, Alabama was a clear favorite … Read More

Girls Swimming Filled With Division One Talent

Malec Fahmy ‘20 and Adam Pfeiffer ‘20 Greatness requires lots of hard work, sacrifice, and dedication. Seniors Kaitlin Gravell, Erica Hjelle, and Sophia Ryan embody precisely what it takes to be great. Their sacrifices have led the girls swim team to State and Metro titles in 2016 and 2018, and resulted in Division I scholarships (Gravell-Villanova, Hjelle-Georgetown, Ryan-Virginia Tech). At … Read More

NFL Needs Consistent Domestic Violence Policy

  Ryan Duvall ‘21 Earlier this month, NFL star running back Kareem Hunt was released from his team, the Kansas City Chiefs. Hunt was a 2nd-year player for the Chiefs and was well on his way to becoming a top-tier rusher in the league before his release. The 23-year-old was cut due to an incident in Cleveland earlier this year … Read More

Hockey Begins Title Defense

Adam Pfeiffer ‘20 Last year, the hockey team had an incredible season, only losing one game en route to beating Northwest in the county championship, 5-1. Now, they face the formidable task of defending that title. The boys opened the season with a 9-4 win over Blair on October 27. Unfortunately, the post championship hangover was well and alive. Tough … Read More