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

Seniors Williams and DeMoya Set Goals Playing at Chelsea FC Soccer Academy

by Andrew Wasik ’13 Playing at the next level is a dream held by many student-athletes at Sherwood but few have a chance to actually pursue the dream. Seniors Ernest Williams and Jonny DeMoya have been given the opportunity to make their dreams come true by playing for The Baltimore Bay’s Chelsea U18 academy. Williams, primarily a right midfielder, is … Read More

Lady Warriors Continue Three Year Dominance of Maryland Volleyball

by Joe Lavoie ’14 Having six seniors graduate appears to be no major obstacle on a road to success for Coach Brian McCarty’s varsity volleyball squad, who are 11-0, and will face Blake tonight at home. The Lady Warriors returned 6’ 1″ senior outside hitters Alex Holston and Dominique Parker, along with their setter, senior Maddie Moyer. The two-time repeating … Read More

Leave It To The Sticks

At last, Sherwood field hockey is no longer an unrecognized force in the 4A East. by Jenni Kenel ’14 Junior Gabrielle Yore leads the Warriors in a charge down the field against Paint Branch. The Warriors went on to win 6-0. A Good Counsel transfer, Yore has lead the team with 14 goals so far this season.  – Caption The … Read More

Runners Look To Carry Momentum Into County Finals

by Taylor Fernandes ’14 The boys’ cross country team has started off with an impressive record of 4-1 and the girls are 0-5, with senior Vik Siberry and freshman Amanda Hayes-Puttfarcken leading their respective teams. Though the boys have shown more success in some meets, both teams are expected to make it to states. The boys have started off on … Read More

Tim Tebow: Football’s Patron Saint

by Jamie Langbein ’13   Why Tim Tebow? Why do sports fans and non-fans alike know so much about an NFL quarterback who didn’t even begin the season a starter, who had a mediocre quarterback rating, and whose team got crushed in the second round of the playoffs? Must be his movie-star looks, right? Or maybe just the alliteration of … Read More

JV SHOUTOUT: Boys’ JV Basketball

by Scott Bolen ’12 The JV boys’ basketball team put together a season to remember, posting a record of 14-2 with signature wins over Springbrook and a scrappy Paint Branch squad. The team’s success has been in part due to their incredible balance on the offensive end of the floor. “We have had seven different players lead us in scoring … Read More

Peyton’s back in the Game

by Katie Mercogliano ’14 In football, one season you’re in and the next season you’re out. The latest uncertainty is injured star quarterback, Peyton Manning. While his younger brother Eli Manning led the New York Giants to Super Bowl XLVI, he is under constant speculation about what his next move is going to be since he was just cleared to … Read More