The class of 2015 officially concluded their high school careers on Fri., May 29 to begin the next chapter of their lives. Graduation is one of the biggest and most memorable days in a young person’s life. It is a turning point for each and every one of the students who piled into DAR Constitution... READ MORE »»
Most sports coverage centers around athletic performance, recaps of games, depictions of great goals and analysis of upcoming match-ups. But this year, the Washington Capitals deserve more than the standard sports coverage. D.C. has been blessed with a team brimming with great personality and good hearts.... READ MORE »»
Alex Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom share a laugh at practice
This year, WJ athletics had many successful teams, but some still struggled. Even though there were some teams that did not do well this year, there is certainly optimism for 2015-2016. Teams that played well this year will look to build off their success, and those that were mediocre will try to... READ MORE »»
Sophomore QB Peyton Ahnell will be one of the key pieces for the football team next year
As the school year winds down, so are athletics. The Pitch Online looks back at three sports teams from each of the three seasons of the 2014-2015 school year.
The WJ football team had another disappointing season this year. Under the coaching of second-year varsi... READ MORE »»
WJ Football players stand on the sideline during their homecoming game victory against Northwood.
On Apr. 18, WJ's Robotics team placed third at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Botball Regionals. Additionally, they earned the Judges' Choice Award for Excellence in Engineering.
This means that they will be attending the Global Championships in Albuquerque, N.M. this summer.
"We usually are one of the to... READ MORE »»
The robotics team at the Botball Regional Tournament earlier in April.