• Arts & Entertainment
    Choral Students Perform in ‘Christmas In Washington’

    Select students from the WJ chorus performed among various celebrities for the annual taping of the “Christmas in Washington” concert at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. on Dec. 13. 00

  • News
    Proposed Plan Creates Possible Budget Cuts

    Correction to this Article The article about MCPS operating budget for fiscal year 2011 incorrectly said the federal grants is reduced if the county does not meet MOE requirements. The remedy in law is reduced state aid.   In an effort to cope with the current recession, the Montgomery County Public School (MCPS) operating...

  • Arts & Entertainment
    Students Singing in Christmas in Washington Performance

      The following WJ students were selected to sing in the annual Christmas in Washington performance: 00

  • Sports News
    Varsity Girls Basketball: Dec. 18, 52-58

    Score: 52-58, Loss Opponent: Wootton MVP: Junior guard Sarah Howie with 15 points Highlight: After being down by 40-23 in the first half, the Wildcats came back to keep within the Patriots and scored 29 points in the second half. Record: 4-1 Next game: Monday, Dec. 21, WJ at Whitman at 5:15...

  • Sports News
    Varsity Wrestling: Dec. 16, Win 76-0

    Score: 76-0 Win   Opponent: Wheaton   MVP: Junior Jon Wolman   Highlight: Freshmen Tommy Branthover and James Reid-Epps, sophomores Will Greenan, Chris Brock, Max McClesky, Teddy Owen and Charles Bulman and seniors Mike Bouvet, Nick Taylor, Mitchell Gesumaria and Patrick Teixeira won by pin or forfeit. Wolman won a major decision, as did sophomores...

  • Sports News
    Varsity Boys Basketball Dec. 15, 33-52

    Score: 33-52, Loss Opponent: Poolesville MVP: Sophomore Halid Hamadi Highlight: Hamadi led the team in scoring, tallying 15 out of the team’s 33 points. Record: 0-4 Next game: Friday, Dec. 18 against Wootton at 7 p.m. at home  00

  • Sports News
    Varsity Girls Basketball: Dec. 15, 53-37

    Score: 53-37 Win Opponent: Poolesville MVP: Senior co-captain guard Kat Gratton Highlight: Gratton was the top scorer for WJ with 16 points Record: 4-0 Next game: Friday, Dec. 18 at Poolesville, 7 p.m. 00

  • Sports News
    Fall Sports Wrap-Ups: Cross Country

      The cross country team finished its season on Saturday, Nov. 28 at the NikeCross Nationals Southeast Regional competition in Cary, N.C., with the boys placing twelth out of 28, and the girls placing tenth out of 14. Although the team’s placing was respectable, it was not high enough for the team...

  • Feature
    Remembering High School in High School

    Twenty years from now, we will all look back on our high school careers and remember those with whom we shared unforgettable moments. Science teacher Jamie Grimes is fortunate in that this is exactly what he does on a daily basis. 00

  • Sports News
    Ice Hockey: Dec 12, 0-10

    Score: 0-10 Opponent: Churchill MVP: Sophomore defenseman Tony Verlich Highlight: Matt Scheibel delivered a huge hit early in the first period to get things started, but it wasn’t enough to contend with Churchill’s depth and talent. Record: 2-2 Next Match: WJ vs. Damascus, at Rockville Ice Rink #2, Dec. 18, 8:40 p.m....

  • Sports News
    Varsity Wrestling: Dec. 12, Win

    Score: WJ vs. Rockville: 43-36, WJ vs. Kennedy 78-6 Opponents: Kennedy and Rockville MVPs: Freshman Tommy Branthover, sophomore Mario Murillo, senior Mike Bouvet, junior Jon Wolman, senior Lawrence Slusky, sophomore Elad Covaliu and senior Pat Teixeira won their matches at both events. Highlight: WJ crushed Kennedy 78-6 to claim first place in...

  • Sports News
    Winter Sports Preview: Swim & Dive

    Pitch Online sports editor Jeremy Smith sits down with senior co-captain Kevin Spak before the team’s Dec. 5 scrimmage to discuss the upcoming swimming and diving season. 00

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