After Winning Division Title Sherwood Looks to Continue in Playoffs

by Colin Horan ‘21 Last Tuesday, Sherwood Boys soccer took down the Montgomery Blair Blazers to capture their 3rd 4A East Division title in the last 4 years. After a chippy first half, riddled with foul calls on both sides, the game remained scoreless.  “It was a pretty rough half. There was a high level of physicality and it took a … Read More

School AD Pushes for New Softball Field

by Emily Siansky ’22 After a state championship season in 2019, girls softball could argue that they deserve a facility worthy of the success of the program. Athletic Director Jason Woodward has been at the forefront of efforts to renovate the current field while also pushing to build a brand new softball facility.  The current varsity field is isolated behind … Read More

Sherwood Cross Country Races to North Carolina

by Brenna Henderson ’21 On Saturday, October 5, the Sherwood girls and boys varsity cross country team both placed tenth in the Great American Cross Country Festival in Cary, North Carolina. In the 250-plus field, four Sherwood runners placed in the top 25.  Sophomore Katie Kaneko led the girls team with a time of 18:55, placing second. Junior Emily Gravell … Read More

Sherwood Keeps Rolling Through Homecoming

by Aaron Jaffe ’21 After a dismal 22-21 loss to Blake in the home opener, Sherwood has done more than just turn their season around. The Warriors believed they would get to the playoffs but they did the one thing that will always take down good football team: overconfidence aka being too cocky. “We got cocky, we thought we were … Read More

“Warrior Nation” Slogan Restored

by Anjali Verma ‘20 Last spring, The Warrior Club ran a contest to create a new slogan replacing the long-standing “Warrior Nation.” The new slogan was set to be announced at the first football game of the 2019-2020 school year. After receiving more than 200 entries, The Warrior Club instead decided to keep the old logo and simply refresh the … Read More

Volleyball Rebounds From Early Defeat

by Adam Pfeiffer ‘20 The girls volleyball team has gotten off to a hot start, with a 5-1 record, the only blemish coming in a hard fought 5 set loss against Wootton on September 11, the second game of the season. Ever since, the Warriors have dominated, not losing a set over their next 5 games, heading into the annual … Read More

Boys Soccer Gets Revenge On Northwood

by Ryan Duvall ‘21 Last season in the first round of the playoffs, the boys varsity soccer team was knocked off  by the Northwood Gladiators. On Wednesday, October 2, the Warriors got their revenge, defeating Northwood 2-1.  The game started out well for the Warriors, as they created many chances early on. However, Northwood got their fair share of shots … Read More

2019 MLB Playoff Preview And Picks

by Graham Skinker ’21 Atlanta Braves Vs. Saint Louis Cardinals The NL East champion, the Atlanta Braves, will face off with the NL Central-winning St. Louis Cardinals in what should be an entertaining matchup between a young, high powered offense in Atlanta and a dominant young pitching staff in St. Louis.  The Atlanta offense flashed a solid 249 home runs … Read More

Maryland Football Worth Watching Again

 by Malec Fahmy ‘20 December 5, 2018, Maryland football made a decision that would ultimately change the program for the better. With the conclusion of the disastrous DJ Durkin era, the hiring of new head coach Mike Locksley turns a new page in the football program after a season of mourning and turmoil with the wrongful death lawsuit of offensive … Read More