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Willard Polston’s ambitious excursion from Austin

Discovering a passion can take a lifetime. But for Willard Polston, all it took was one swing of a bat at age four. Today, Willard Polston, known to his players as Coach Trey, is one of Wilson’s most beloved baseball coaches.   From ages four to 12, Polston played Little League baseball in Austin, Texas.

Girls soccer players are Barcelona bound

Junior soccer players Isabella Lujan, Ella Gantman, and Meghan Dayton, as well as senior Elena Bagnoli, are scheduled to travel to Barcelona this March as part of a partnership between FC Barcelona and DCPS. They will explore the city for six days, from March 15 to March 21. Lujan, Dayton, Gantman, and Bagnoli are four

Indoor Track competes in national competition

On March 9th, Wilson seniors Jacob Boss, Dominick Hogans, Isaac Frumkin, and sophomore Raymond Stevens ran in the sprint medley relay (SMR) at the New Balance Indoor Nationals in New York. The team was “Emerging Elite”, with Coach Tia Clemmons saying it was more of a “learning experience that they qualified and competed in a

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

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