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Baseball and softball teams taking talents to the tropics

Wilson varsity baseball and softball players participate in trips abroad to both the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico. These trips have become an enlightening tradition for athletes, 2018 marking the fourth trip. The student athlete baseball players traveled to the Dominican Republic (DR) on Tuesday February 13, and returned on Sunday February 18. The baseball

Changes needed in Redskins front office

The fish rots from the head. This saying applies to many things in life, and the Redskins front office is not excluded. The Redskins will not win a Super Bowl nor make any real progress until President Bruce Allen and Owner Daniel Snyder are gone from Ashburn. The mishandling of the Kirk Cousins fiasco by

Varsity baseball looks to improve on last year’s finish

After a tough loss in last year’s DCSAA Championship game, Wilson’s varsity baseball team expects to find themselves playing at Nationals Park again this year. However, another second place finish will leave them far from satisfied. Junior Seth Kahler believes the team, captained by seniors Sam Himmelfarb, Nathan Wagner, and Will Bouma, is stronger this

JROTC wins big at citywide competition

Wilson’s JROTC drill team recently won the Best Elite Overall award at the General Earle Wheeler Drill Contest, a citywide drill team competition in which 10 schools from across the region competed for various awards on February 3rd. JROTC drill competitions focus on “precision, sharpness, and discipline” and not on physical abilities, according to Cadet

Have the Wizards peaked?

The Washington Wizards are sitting at the fifth seed in the Eastern Conference with a record of 26-20. Unfortunately, the NBA is predictable, and the Wizards will make the playoffs most likely as the fourth seed, and exit the playoffs in a similar fashion to the way they did in three of the past four

From Tenley to Tech: an update on Sean Savoy

Only half a year into college, Wilson’s former star wide receiver, Sean Savoy, has made a strong first impression on the NCAA Division I football scene. The freshman Virginia Tech Hokie accumulated 454 receiving yards on 39 catches, four of which were touchdowns. He ranks second among all Virginia Tech players in each of these

Fall Sports awards

DCIAA all league Girls cross country- Allie O’Brien- runner of the year Emily Farrar- Coach of the year Boys cross country- Dylan Blumenthal- Runner of the year Nora Swift- Coach of the year Girls Soccer- Meghan Dayton- Player of the year Boys soccer- Ian Carroll- All league Ben Wilson- All league Volleyball- Lauren White 2nd

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