Volleyball Shows Off Dominance at Dig Pink

by Matthew Kauffman ‘23 Roughly halfway through the volleyball season, Sherwood has lived up to the expectations of their highly talented roster, coming in at a hot 8-0. Led by senior outside hitter Sophia Kluska and Salisbury commit senior middle blocker Gwen Eustace, the Warriors have displayed dominance over their competition by controlling the flow of the game and dominating … Read More

American Sports Address Vaccinations Amidst Another Season

by Aviv Klayman ‘24 With the National Football League (NFL) season well underway, many teams are following regulations and new rules created by the NFL in the hopes of diminishing the transmission of Covid-19. The NFL created the reserve/Covid-19 list last season in 2020, in which players and coaching staff are put on the list if they test positive for … Read More

Why Good Counsel?

by Perri Williams ‘23 Sherwood‘s boys and girls soccer teams started their seasons playing tough out of conference and out of county competitors. The opponent: Good Counsel, located 2.1 miles from Sherwood just down the road on Route 108.  The Warriors rose to the occasion against the intimidating competition, with the boys tying 1-1 and the girls losing 2-1 in … Read More

From Summer Camp to College Offers, Kim Becomes Top Golfer

by Marissa Harris ‘22  At just 11 years old, Junior Bryan Kim began his golf journey to now be ranked 14th nationally, 18 and under, in the American Junior Golf Association rankings. In addition to the Sherwood golf team, Kim competes in individual tournament golf that are 54 to 72 holes as opposed to nine holes that are typical for … Read More

Elite Athletes Take Charge of the Mental Health Conversation

by Naomi Bang ‘23 Almost everyone struggles with mental health whether they admit it or not—it’s completely normal and expected, especially considering the current global pandemic. Still, society has placed an expectation on elite athletes to be invincible and immune to the pressure and stress of their profession. Recently, these athletes have begun breaking down this stigma around mental health … Read More

Boys Soccer Recovers from Early Losses

by Jack Link ‘21 The varsity boys soccer team took a big stride in the right direction with a 2-1 victory on September 17 against B-CC, which at the time was the 4th ranked team in the state. The Warriors followed up that win with a 2-0 away victory against Paint Branch on September 21. The season suddenly looks promising … Read More

Football Undefeated after Four Games

by Matt Rosenthal ‘22 The Warriors football team has started on a roll this season with a record of 4-0 after a 41-14 win against Einstein on September 24. Sherwood ranks 24th in the state of Maryland, according to MaxPreps, and 6th in Division 4A. In his first season as head coach, Andrew Fields has produced a team with a … Read More

Girls Soccer Team Looks To Turn Season Around

by Carter Braun ‘23 The girls soccer season kicked off with high hopes of the experienced group to make it deep into the playoffs. The Warriors started their season with a very tough matchup against Good Counsel. Although playing against a team with division 1 college commits, the girls fought hard throughout the entire game. A goal by sophomore Katie … Read More

Baseball’s Biggest Storylines This Season

by Evan Joseph ‘23 Breakout Player of The Year The MLB breakout player of the year could only be one person and that is Shohei Ohtani. Ohtani, a 27-year-old player originally from Japan, is doing things as a Los Angeles Angel that haven’t been done since the great Babe Ruth by both hitting and pitching at very high levels in … Read More

Cross Country Braces for Tough Competition

by Nicholas Schade ‘23 The cross country team has prepared for a challenging meet on September 21, running against both Northwood and Whitman on their home course. The meet, which sits in the middle of the cross country season, will not only demonstrate how much Sherwood’s runners have progressed but whether or not they can compete against some of the … Read More