Junior Announces Commitment To Brown University for Soccer

Adina Brenner ‘20 When it comes to most juniors, the stress is at an all-time high come fourth quarter. Not only figuring out colleges they will be applying to but what their future may hold can feel like the biggest decision of their life. For junior Noah Atanda, this process has gotten a little less stressful for him compared to … Read More

Merit Should Count For More

Jimmy Yates ‘21 All 28 members of the U.S. women’s soccer team including veteran players Megan Rapinoe, Alex Morgan, and Carli Lloyd have filed a gender lawsuit in the U.S. District Court in Los Angeles against the U.S. Soccer Federation. The lawsuit, filed three months before the women’s World Cup this summer, is one of the first steps of action … Read More

Girls Lacrosse Among the Best in MoCo Once Again

Charlie Matusek ‘21 In the 4A Regional Championship for the North bracket, Sherwood hosted No. 2-seeded Dulaney. The Baltimore County team proved to be another level from the MoCo teams the Warriors faced in the regular season. Dulaney started with more intensity and quickly built an 8-3 lead. Right before the half, senior Cara Guiffre added a goal for Sherwood. … Read More

Student Athletes Embrace the Grind of Off-Season Workouts

Adam Pfeiffer ‘20 The world changes. It is simple as that, and the high school sports landscape has changed as well. In years past, student athletes focused on a sport during that season, and for their school only: football in the late summer and fall, basketball in the winter, and so on. Now, it is rare to see serious high … Read More

The Warriors Will Play for the 4A Baseball Championship Tonight

Jackson Hongtong ‘21 The Sherwood varsity baseball team has earned their ticket to play in the 4A State Championship game against Old Mill after beating the Eleanor Roosevelt Raiders 11-1 in the semi-final on Tuesday. The Warriors built a commanding lead after scoring six runs in just the opening two innings. Sherwood continued to pad their lead by adding another … Read More

Warriors Go for the 4A Baseball Championship Tonight

by Jackson Hongtong ’21 The Sherwood varsity baseball team has earned their ticket to play in the 4A State Championship game against Old Mill after beating the Eleanor Roosevelt Raiders 11-1 in the semi-final on Tuesday. The Warriors built a commanding lead after scoring six runs in the first two innings. Sherwood padded their lead by adding another three runs … Read More

After Thrilling Win in Semis, Softball Plays for State Title

by Ryan Duvall ‘21 It wasn’t easy to get there, but Sherwood girls softball is playing in the 4A championship game against Glen Burnie this Saturday at 7:30 at the University of Maryland Softball Complex. This comes after Sherwood defeated Bowie 3-2 this past Tuesday in thrilling fashion when freshman Summer Green scored on a fielder’s choice off the bat … Read More

Candidates for Iconic Status

by Ryan Duvall ‘21 LeBron James, Mike Trout, Tom Brady … we know their names because they are icons in their respective sports. However, as these superstars continue to age we wonder who will replace them and become the next iconic athlete in the American sports world. Could it be a quarterback produced by Oklahoma, a freak of nature basketball … Read More

On Sports: Winning Should Count for Something

by Jimmy Yates ’21 All 28 members of the U.S. women’s soccer team including veteran players Megan Rapinoe, Alex Morgan, and Carli Lloyd have filed a gender lawsuit in the U.S. District Court in Los Angeles against the U.S. Soccer Federation. The lawsuit, filed three months before the women’s World Cup this summer, is one of the first steps of … Read More

Redskins Land Franchise Quarterback In A+ Draft

  Ryan Duvall ‘21 Last week, the 2019 NFL draft took place in Nashville. A total of 254 players were drafted onto the league’s 32 teams. The Washington Redskins added 10 of those players in what many are calling an excellent draft. This draft class is a step in the right direction for the Redskins. This crop of players will … Read More