Lady Warriors Lose State Semifinals

by Steffi Carrera ’14 After double overtime and an intense penalty shootout, the Lady Warriors’ soccer team lost to BCC 4-3 in the shootout this past Saturday on Richard Montgomery’s field. This was a disappointment to the team, who ended with a successful 13-2 season and was enthusiastic about advancing to the state semifinals in the playoffs. The Warriors had … Read More

Warriors Win Regionals In Shootout Victory

by Steffi Carrera ’14 After defeating BCC 1-0 in the regular season, the Lady Warriors’ soccer team will face their rival again this Saturday at 5 p.m. on Richard Montgomery’s field for the state semifinals. Sherwood beat Baltimore Polytechnic Institute 8-0 last Friday, securing a spot in the regional championship. “We played well as a team and it showed,” commented … Read More

Cross Country Runs After Success At Regionals

by Jamie Langbein ’13 It was a successful Friday for both the boys’ and girls’ cross country teams as they traveled to Dulaney Valley for the 4A North Regional Championships. The boys finished in first place, with runners Robel Kebede, Vik Siberry, Dustin Kang, Jarrett Harman and Zach Konefal taking third, fourth, seventh, ninth and tenth respectively to secure the … Read More

Girls’ Volleyball Looks To Win Trip To Regional Finals

by Andrew Wasik ’13 The Lady Warriors volleyball team is moving on in the playoffs, hoping to keep an undefeated season alive. The second seeded team is coming off a 3-0 win over Westminster in the first round of the playoffs. The team got the second seed after a coin was flipped between undefeated Dulaney and Sherwood. The team plays … Read More

Warriors Sweep Owls To Reach Regional Semifinals

by Michael Natelli ’14 The Lady Warriors won their first playoff game this evening, sweeping the Westminster Owls (Carroll County) in three straight sets to advance to the Regional Semifinals. Stats from the game are forthcoming. The Regional Semifinals will be played against the Paint Branch Panthers on Wednesday, November 7. With Sherwood being the higher seed of the two … Read More

Historic Field Hockey Season Comes To Sudden Halt

by Jenni Kenel ’14 The Lady Warriors field hockey team went into the second round of the state playoffs with a 15-0 record; no other Sherwood team has ever been able to do so. They played Whitman on Wednesday, October 31, and ended their playoff run with a 3-1 loss. The Lady Warriors leave the season with a No. 1-ranking … Read More

School Cancellation Alters Sports Schedules

The Warrior and its staff give our condolences to all who were affected by Hurricane Sandy this past weekend. The hurricane led to cancellation of school-related activities all across Montgomery County for Monday, October 29, and Tuesday, October 30, which included all sporting events. Below you can find the new schedule for upcoming playoff games. Key: Bold indicates home game. … Read More

Roger Goodell: The Potential Downfall of the NFL

by Dylan Craig ’16 Journalism Student Every Fall Sunday afternoon, millions of Americans slap on their jerseys and trek into their basements with family and friends with one goal-watching their favorite football team win a game and inch one step closer to the big one: the Super Bowl.  For many, the game is an emotional rollercoaster, with highs that leave … Read More

Arrows Give Way to Warriors

by Cal Wilson ’14 For 13 years, the Arrows ice hockey team has played without the support or recognition of Sherwood, its only source of players since its formation. However, this season, they will step on the ice in  brand new jerseys with “Warriors” printed in blue across their chests for the first time. The team will be starting their … Read More

On Sports: ‘Skins Need to Protect Their Future

by Mike Crooks ’14 Washington Redskins rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III wowed football fans with his performance in his first six games of his highly anticipated rookie season. The second overall pick in the 2012 NFL draft is one of the biggest reasons why the Redskins are a top-five offense with a third-best 178 points and fifth-best 394 yards per … Read More