• Girls' Soccer
    Girls Soccer: Sept. 20, 3-1 Win

    Opponent: Churchill Score: 3-1, Win Highlight: The Lady Wildcats played a great game, and are on their way to beating many other teams. Player’s Insight: “The Churchill game was amazing. We basically swaffed them like no other.” –Junior Megan Brody Record: 5-1 Next Game: Wednesday, Sept. 22 at 4:30, B-CC at WJ 00

  • Golf
    Golf: Sept. 22, Loss

    Opponents: Whitman, Wootton and Richard Montgomery Score: Win WJ 234 RM 271, Loss WJ 234 Whitman 214 , Loss WJ 234 Wootton 231 Highlight: Senior captain James Lillie led the team with a score of 43*.    *Only played nine holes Player’s Insight: “Although the course was playing difficult that day, I really thought our...

  • Girls' Soccer
    Girls Soccer: Sept. 25, 0-2 Loss

    Opponent: Whitman Score: 0-2 Highlight: Despite some unfortunate calls, the team was able to maintain the ball and get shots on goal. Player’s Insight: “The referee disrupted the game, but in the end you can’t blame it on them because they decide what’s what and we could have played better.” –Junior Forward...

  • Boys' Soccer
    Boys Soccer: Sept. 25, 4-1 Win

    Opponent: Whitman Score: 4-1 Highlight: Junior mid/striker Noah Sheetz-Ziegel took the rebound off a shot by junior mid/strikerDiego Ramos and kicked the ball in the net, scoring the third goal of the game and helping WJ maintain its ranking as fourth in the Metropolitan Area. Player’s Insight: “The defense played really well...

  • News
    Unique Opportunity for Symphonic Orchestra

    On Saturday, April 2, 2011, the Symphonic Orchestra will perform at the 52nd Biennial Music Educator’s Eastern Conference at the Baltimore Convention Center. Music educators from New England and Mid-Atlantic states, as well as educators from the Department of Defense schools in Europe will comprise the audience for the event. The orchestra has already started practicing...

  • Girls' Tennis
    Girls Tennis: Sept. 15, Loss

    Opponent: Churchill Score: 0-7 Highlight: Despite a solid effort from senior captains Lita Talisman and Sarah Andrews, the Lady Wildcats were shut out on their home court. Player’s Insight: “We tried our best and gave it a good fight.” –Sophomore Amy Caplon Record: 3-2 Next Match: Tuesday, Sept. 21 @ Richard Montgomery,...

  • Cross Country
    Cross Country: Looking to Continue Legacy of Success

    The cross country team is arguably one of the most consistent and successful sports teams at WJ. As the team looks to the 2010 fall season, it will look to reclaim the title as county and regional champions, but will have to do so without many key runners. 00

  • News
    Students Get Involved in Primary Elections

    Not many people get excited about primary elections, let alone students. But two students in particular, seniors Grace Hsu and Marguerite Joutz, got involved and volunteered for what they believe in. 00

  • Girls' Tennis
    Girls Tennis: Sept. 10, Win

    The girls tennis team came out to the courts on Sept. 10, ready for their third game match of the year, this time against Sherwood. With two shutout wins already under their belt, the Lady Cats were poised to continue their undefeated season opening. 00

  • News
    With Armed Suspect At Large, WJ Goes Into Lockdown

    At 7:17 am on Tuesday Sept. 7, shots were fired at the Avalon at Rock Spring Apartment Complex...

  • News
    MSP Sponsors Lamman Rucker as Guest Speaker

    On Monday, the Minority Scholars Program welcomed its first guest speaker of the year: actor and businessman Lamman...

  • Arts & Entertainment
    The American: George Clooney Can’t Save This One

    There is very little about The American that is “American.” Its pacing, character development and minimalist presentation...

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