Warriors Down Screamin’ Eagles in Opener

multimedia by Jacob Bogage ’12 Sherwood Warriors 81- Seneca Valley Screamin’ Eagles 62 Led by seniors Charlie Rogers and Scott Bolen, the Sherwood Warriors (1-0) whizzed passed the Seneca Valley Screamin’ Eagles (0-1) en route to a 19-point opening night win. Rogers led all scorers with 32 points and Bolen, nipping at his heels with 31. Jerry McFadden led the way … Read More

The Cost of Sherwood Sports

Sports Funding Proves to be Hot Button Issue by Jacob Bogage ’12 27 sports, 1 team. That used to be the mantra of University of Maryland (UMD) athletics. But after Athletic Director Kevin Anderson cut two sports in the last two years and University President Wallace Loh pledged to cut eight more on November 21 to counter a $4.7 million … Read More

Fire Alarms Are No Longer Alarming

by Mary Macrae ’14 It seems that most students and teachers think that every fire alarm is just a drill.  But what if there was an actual fire?  Would students continue to casually exit the school believing that they are free from danger or would they panic and run as fast as they could to the nearest exits in fear? … Read More

Despite Improvement, AYP Not Achieved

by Leah Schroeder ’13 and Darby Whitehair ’12 For the second year in a row, Sherwood did not meet Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) requirements in reading proficiency for the Limited English Proficient (LEP) subgroup.  As a result, Sherwood is under the Developing Stage, a label designated by the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE). This requires Sherwood to develop a … 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

Our Journeys With Jeff

Now we know everyone knows what the Sherwood fuzz does. They clamp down on all the shenanigans that run rampant throughout the school and make sure everything is safe and sound. But what do the security guards do when there are no major drug pinches or gun battles? Two of our intrepid journalists here at The Warrior decided to spend a day with security guard Jeff to get an understanding.

Bring Back the Paper Towels

by Ellen Kirkness ’12  Step one: place hands under vent. Step two: press button. Step three: wipe hands on pants. Although not included in instruction manuals for the typical hand-dryer, this third step is surely necessary to complete the task which the appliance almost always fails to perform: drying your hands. The installment of hand-dryers is a phenomenon which has … Read More