Siarkas and Munoz Win Wrestling Regionals

by Camilo Illanes ‘22 On February 24, as the 4A North regional wrestling tournament was winding down, Sherwood looked to cheer on junior Jace Munoz who was competing in the 113 weight division finals, and sophomore Vasili Siarkas, who was competing in the 138 weight division finals. The two wrestlers came through for their teammates in attendance, with each winning … Read More

Boys Basketball Finishes Like How They Started

by Evan Joseph ’23 The boys varsity basketball team had their season cut short in the first round of regionals on February 25 in a 75-43 loss to rival Blake. The team kept it close through most of the first half until Blake went on a late run and mounted a sizeable lead that the Warriors were never able to … Read More

So You Want to Play in College?

by Sydney Wiser ‘23 For many student-athletes, sports are a major part of life and some even want to take their athletic talents to the collegiate level. However, the college recruitment process is intimidating, and it’s difficult to know where to start. Sherwood boasts numerous athletes who’ve been recruited, and although every athlete’s experience is unique, the steps are similarly … Read More

On Sports: Ulterior Motives Ruining Youth Sports

by Perri Williams ‘23 As early as age 5 or even younger, sports become a key activity in many kids’ lives. Parents introduce their children to multiple sports at young ages with the hope of many outcomes, the most obvious being for their child to get weekly exercise and make new friends. Little do parents know that will all change … Read More

The Future is Now with New Generation of NFL Quarterbacks

by Adam Masiky ‘24 Quarterbacks like Aaron Rogers, Tom Brady, Ben Roethlisberger, and Russell Wilson have been the face of the NFL for the past decade and a half. They all had great successes in winning titles and setting records. But with Brady and Rotheisburger retiring and Rogers falling short in another playoff game, this generation is just about done, … Read More

An Indoor Track Season (Unfortunately) Like No Other

by Marissa Harris ‘22 The indoor track team competed February 11 in an indoor meet for the first time at Hagerstown Community College for the regional finals. There were 18 boys teams and 15 girls teams participating throughout the region. Although many members of the Sherwood team did not do as well as they had hoped, they still set many … Read More

Sherwood Swimmers Compete at Metros

by Jack Link ’23 The Metropolitan Swimming and Diving Competition (Metros) is an annual  swim and dive meet that took place February 9-12, and many schools and their athletes attend. Sherwood is no exception to this as they brought plenty of swimmers and divers. This year Metros were hosted at the Germantown Indoor Swim Center. The first day on Wednesday, … Read More

NWSL’s First CBA Signifies New Beginning for the League

by Sydney Wiser ‘23 After the firing of five coaches due to abuse allegations during the 2021 National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) season, fans and players hoped for positive changes heading into 2022. The players made it clear how that could happen: the formation of the first-ever collective bargaining agreement (CBA) for a women’s soccer league between the players and … Read More

On Sports: Clemens and Bonds Snubbed

by Dylan Sondike ‘24 On Tuesday, January 25, David Ortiz was elected into the MLB Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility. Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens, who were in their last years of eligibility, didn’t make the cut. Since Bonds or Clemens didn’t get inducted, Ortiz definitely didn’t deserve to be in the Hall of Fame. All … Read More

Figure Skating Rivals Compete for Gold

by Peyton Blumenfeld ‘22 It is undeniable that the Winter Olympics are overlooked every four years, overshadowed by the Summer Olympics. It’s hard for skiing to compete for excitement with swimming or speed skating with the 100M in track. However, this year the men’s figure skating competition will surely be one to watch out for, offering as much drama as … Read More