• Recruiting Road

    Ever since he was a middle school standout, Nash Oh dreamed of playing college basketball. Now, as his high school career comes to a close, a three year recruiting process will soon conclude with Oh making that dream into a reality. Within the next two months, senior Nash Oh will sign a...

  • Throw Down or Go Home

    As soon as they stepped onto the ice out of the penalty box, NHL players Erik Reitz and Aaron Asham threw their gloves down. They looked murderous as they circled one another, waiting to pounce. Watching the confrontation on TV, I became very engaged. The refs stood by and let it happen,...

  • Hockey

    This season has been relatively different than past seasons for the hockey team because they missed out on the playoffs. But the team can be content with ending their 3-6-3 season with a win. 00

  • Indoor Track

    With the season coming to an end, the indoor track team has remained strong and diligent in its pursuit of a 4A State Championship, on Feb. 20. 00

  • Wrestling

    Seven seniors graduate this year including Paul Okeyo, Tony Scarnecchia and John Ramsey who placed fourth, fifth and sixth respectively in the county tournament held on Feb. 20 and the 21. The Regional tournament is on Feb. 27-28 and the State tournament on March 6-7. 00

  • Poms

    The Poms squad was not getting much Valentine’s love from the judges on Feb. 14 at the MCPS Pompon Championships held at Richard Montgomery High School. 00

  • Girls Basketball Finishes Regular Season Winless, Eyes Blake in Playoffs

    During a trying regular season plagued by multiple injuries and a complete abscence of seniors, the Wildcat’s finished without a single win. Yet despite the difficulties, the team has faced and their ultimately disappointing record, the girls have remained optimistic. They are keeping things in perspective and are looking forward to next...

  • Swim and Dive Finishes Third at Metros

    The swim and dive team once again proved why they have a great reputation for performing well at the end of the season. In the final “big three” meets of the season, the Division I Championships, MCPS County Championships and Washington Metropolitan Interscholastic Swimming and Diving Championships, the team delivered. They finished...

  • Mike Lautenberger, Skiing

    “Dignity, acceptance, and a chance to reach one’s potential these are human rights worth promoting for everyone. Since 1968, Special Olympics has been bringing one message to the world: people with intellectual disabilities can and will succeed if given the opportunity.” 00

  • Girls Basketball

    With no seniors and a roster that lacks significant depth, the girls basketball team knew that this would be a rebuilding year. As if these obstacles were not enough to make things difficult for the team, six girls have missed at least a game due to injury. 00

  • Indoor Track

    With many new promising runners, the indoor track team is breezing through the season. Many posted successful runs in the crucial recent meets, such as the Montgomery Invitational, Virginia Tech Invitational and the Montgomery County championships. 00

  • Boys Basketball Braces for Playoff Push at 6-7

    With seven games remaining, the boys basketball team finds themselves with a 6-7 record and a steep hill to climb to head into the playoffs with momentum. The team came into the season with high expectations, and was ready to take their place as one of the premier teams in the county,...

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