Outdoor Track Preview

by Aidan Trump ‘21 As the spring season approaches, the track team looks to improve upon their successful 2019 campaign. In last year’s Montgomery County Championships the boys team placed sixth out of 21 teams and the girls placed eighth out of 24 teams. While most of the individual and relay events have a strong chance of success. This season … Read More

The Top 5 Storylines from the 2019-20 NFL Season

by Matt Rosenthal ’22 The NFL’s 100th season was one for the ages. For starters, the Patriots didn’t make the Super Bowl. The referees are still absolutely awful. The new ability to challenge a pass interference call failed miserably. Ravens’ quarterback Lamar Jackson won the MVP. He became the youngest player to do so and the second unanimous winner. With … Read More

Change Is Coming For The Redskins

by Evan Joseph ’23  The past few weeks have been more promising for the Redskins than anything during the past five years. With the hiring of a new, experienced coaching staff, a promising young core, the upcoming draft, and a strong defense, the Redskins should show be much improved starting next year. Over the off-season, the Redskins have already made … Read More

Despite Tough Loss to Damascus, Boys’ Season Still Looks Promising

by Jackson Hongtong ‘21 The boys varsity basketball team have proven themselves as contenders this season up until this point, putting together a solid 5-4 record. Along with being tied for second in the 4A East division for their 2-1 divisional record, they are also third overall in overall record in the division. “We are all hungry and competitive to … Read More

Despite Tough Loss to Damascus, Boys’ Season Still Looks Promising

by Jackson Hongtong ‘21 The boys varsity basketball team have proven themselves as contenders this season up until this point, putting together a solid 5-4 record. Along with being tied for second in the 4A East division for their 2-1 divisional record, they are also third overall in overall record in the division. “We are all hungry and competitive to … Read More

Girls Basketball Team Off to a Very Dominant Start to the New Season

by Malec Fahmy ‘20 After posting one of their best regular seasons in years, the girls basketball team suffered a disappointing loss 50-48 to Blair in the second round of the playoffs last season. With a bitter end to what was a great 2018-2019 season, in which girls basketball finished with a regular season record of 18-4, this year’s squad … Read More

Sherwood Swim Focused on Building a Family-Like Environment

by Kat Mahoney ‘20 With an outstanding performance resulting in an another 4A State Championship for the girls team, and great performances by the boys team, the swim team was able to cap off yet another successful season in Coach Brendan Lees’ last year with the swim team. The reward of a state and regional championship last season came at … Read More

Senior Captain Pfeiffer Aims for State Title

by Aaron Jaffe ‘21 In the fall of the school year, senior Adam Pfeiffer was manning the middle of the Sherwood football’s defense and was named the team’s Defensive MVP, in addition to being a 4A First-Team All-County selection as a linebacker. Both honors came after Pfeiffer led the Warriors in tackles, racking up a total of 84 on the … Read More

SuperBowl Predictions

Chiefs & 49ers by Aaron Jaffe ‘21 After one of the most bizarre and entertaining wildcard card and divisional weekends, the NFC championship is set. With all the upsets in both conferences, the top-two seeded teams heading into January will occupy both spots in the big game. What to watch for: Green Bay has a defense that doesn’t match the … Read More

Alums Petition To Name Gymnasium after Warren Crutchfield

by Julia Robins ’20 Momentum is building to name Sherwood’s gymnasium after Warren Gorden Crutchfield, who passed away at 82 years old on July 5. He taught physical education at Sherwood for 30 years, also coaching basketball, track, and cross country teams. He was the first African American head coach in MCPS. Prior to being a teacher and coach, he … Read More