Girls Field Hockey Striving To Find the Form of Last Season

by Brian Wilbur ‘24 With a 3-5 record so far in the season, varsity field hockey is searching for more consistency in their performances. After a dominating 8-0 win against Wheaton, they had a disappointing 3-1 loss on September 21 at home to Einstein followed by a 3-1 loss to Whitman on September 27. The sometimes frustrating season continued with … Read More

Boys Soccer Proving To Be the Real Deal

by Kobi Gyan ‘24 Sometimes a team’s record doesn’t necessarily tell the full story. Although boys soccer started the season 0-2-1, the Warriors were competitive for long stretches of games against some of the stronger teams in the area. According to the Washington Post Metropolitan preseason rankings, the Warriors played their first three games against No. 2 Good Counsel, No. … Read More

Warriors Bounce Back with Three Consecutive Wins

by Carter Braun ‘23 After Sherwood suffered an embarrassing defeat against  Frederick County’s Urbana, many questioned if the Warriors were going to be as strong at the state level as they’ve been in years past. But, after a nail biting last-second win against Blake, a trouncing of a decent Einstein team, and a shutout win on Homecoming night against Northwood, … Read More

Talented Warrior Golf Team Have High Expectations in 2022

by Thomas Fenner ‘24 Looking to build off a strong 2021 season, a talented Sherwood golf team expects even more success this year. Led by strong senior play from Bryan Kim, Drew Stahley, Theo Mavrikes, and Tyler Lynch, the Warriors have States in the forefront of their minds this season. The team is set to play six matches and one … Read More

Cross Country Starts Season Strong

by Nicholas Schade ‘23 The cross country team has competed in several difficult meets in the first half of its season, getting impressive results on some of the most rigorous courses in the region. Starting the season with a number of inexperienced runners from all grades, the team has shown tremendous growth competitively and as a supportive community.  On September … Read More

Varsity Looks for More Consistency in Results

by Maggie Reese ‘24 With the loss of Sophia Kluska, who now plays Division 1 for Charleston Southern, and Gwen Eustace, who plays Division III for Salisbury, girls volleyball is relying on a new group of seniors that includes captains Meghan Wessling, Gabbi Casaus, Audrey Strosnider, as well as their libero Camryn Lineberger, to continue the success of a program … Read More

How Veteran NFL Quarterbacks Are Dominating in the Modern NFL

by  Noah Bair ‘24 If you were to ask the average football fan who their favorite players are, they would most likely name some such as Joe Burrow, Josh Allen, or Lamar Jackson. The common denominator between all those players? They’re all 26 years of age or younger. Over the past decade or longer, NFL teams have been focused on … Read More

Baseball Wins Back to Back State Titles

by Jack Link ‘23 Sherwood’s baseball team needed only five innings to win the 4A state championship after beating Severna Park 11-0 on May 27 in a game that ended with the mercy rule. Last year, the Warriors also beat Severna Park in the championship, and Sherwood is the first team to win consecutive 4A titles since 1989. Head coach … Read More

Softball Continues Dominance Winning its 7th State Title in 10 Years

by Lizzy Hermosilla ‘23 Late into the evening after many delays at the Maryland softball tournament, Sherwood beat Severna Park 21-5, securing their 7th state championship title in the last 10 years and their fifth one since Ashley Barber-Strunk became the head coach. The Warriors got off to a torrid start and scored 13 runs in the first inning to … Read More

Girls Lacrosse Falls Short

by Dylan Sondike ‘24 In the 4A state semifinals tournament, Sherwood traveled to Crofton High School to face the number 1 seeded Broadneck Bruins. After scoring the first goal of the game, The Warriors struggled in the draw and found themselves down 12-2 after the first quarter. The Warriors managed to score the same number of goals as the Bruins … Read More