Girls’ Volleyball Seeks Back-to-Back Titles

by Arjun Singh ‘12 The girls’ volleyball team comes into the season with confidence, enthusiasm and high expectations. They ended last year’s undefeated season by winning the Maryland 4A State Championship and look to continue their success this season. The Lady Warriors are ranked 2nd All-Met and are the top ranked team in the Maryland 4A Division and the consensus … Read More

Freshmen Twins Shake Up Girls’ Varsity Soccer

by Jessica Carrera ‘13 When passing by freshmen Tiffany and Lauren Woods in the hallway, one could easily get them confused. This is not the case, however, after attending one of the varsity girls’ soccer games. Besides their difference in hairstyles (Tiffany wears hers down while Lauren’s is up in a ponytail) and the different numbers on their jerseys, their … Read More

Dear NBA: You’re Already Rich. Stop Complaining

 by Andrew Wasik ‘13 With 15.1 percent of the United States population living in poverty and the average Maryland teacher making around $54,300, why are NBA players and owners arguing over the lockout? With the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) expired, the players and owners of the NBA are now fighting over what to do with $170 million dollars that goes … Read More

Traditionalists Face New Age of Turf

by Ryan Coulter ‘12 With dismal weather affecting the region over the past couple of months, the debate over how to schedule high school sporting events became a prominent concern for local athletic directors. While many MCPS high school athletes, including Sherwood’s, are benched when heavy rain turns fields to mud pits, three teams around the county have absolutely no … Read More

Beat Reports 9/19-9/24

The Warrior’s Inside Scoop on Sherwood Sports In this report: Girl’s Tennis, Girl’s Volleyball, Boy’s and Girl’s Soccer, Golf, Girl’s Field Hockey, Cross-Country    Girl’s Tennis by Jamie Langbein ’13 Starting another season of Division I tennis as strong as ever, the lady Warriors boast a current record of 3-3. The most recent game was a heartbreaking loss to Whitman, losing … Read More

‘Killer’ Loss a Major Disappointment for Girls

On May 20, the Sherwood Softball Warriors lined up for the Montgomery County 4A West Regional Finals. The girls had a stellar season behind them and lots of talent, especially coming from five underclassmen. They were poised to contend for a State Championship. But not today. The Warriors made their earliest exit in the last five years. According to graduated … Read More

Perfect Season Ended on Harsh Suicide Mission

  by Matt Diogo ‘14 Single elimination playoff games can be cruel, suddenly ruining what had been an amazing season. The Warriors’ varsity baseball team entered the 4A West Regional Semi-Final game against the Churchill Bulldogs on May 18 riding 20-0 regular season and a No. 2 ranking in the metropolitan area by The Washington Post. They were the defending … Read More

JV Shoutout: Softball

Congratulations to the JV softball team for going undefeated for the second season in a row! The girls won all of their games by over 10 runs, with the exception of a 10-1 win over Damascus. Way to go Warriors!   2011 Schedule at Churchill W 19-8 vs. Clarksburg W 22-11 at Richard Montgomery W 27-8 vs. Gaithersburg W 20-1 … Read More

Intramural Fútbol Helps Break Down Barriers

by Leah Schroeder‘13 Five years ago, physical education  teacher Gene Orndorff created intramural soccer after a number of ESOL students expressed interest. The program initially attracted enough participants for four teams. Now, it has grown to eight teams with a total of 60 participants, half of which are ESOL students.         “We have 20 to 30 countries in the … Read More

Passionate Bonavia Takes the Helm as New Football Coach

by Jacob Bogage ‘12 Mike Bonavia walked into J153 and gazed out at 60 new faces in front of him. Wearing a grey t-shirt sporting the high school player development emblem, black shorts and tennis shoes, he placed his hands on his hips and smiled. The air conditioning had stalled inside Sherwood on a day when temperatures reached 94 degrees. … Read More