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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

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

Fort Reno to add new batting cages

For the past couple of years, the baseball players at Wilson have had to use a broken-down batting cage composed of bending poles and a ripped net. However, construction workers from Capitol Hardscapes started building the foundation for a new, much nicer batting cage at Fort Reno last Friday. The new cage is going to

Different Regions Dominate Different Sports

As we all know, the West Coast is significantly warmer than the East Coast, in the summer as well as throughout the year. Due to the differences in these climates, it highlights aspects such as sports. Key sports affected by this are baseball, softball, football, soccer, and hockey Baseball and Softball: It may be thought

Mo’ne Davis is Better Than the Boys

ERIN DOHERTY, CO-SPORTS EDITOR Move over Nationals, Mo’ne Davis has hit the sports spotlight. The 13-year-old phenom from Philadelphia has made quite a name for herself in the past couple of weeks. Within the last week, Davis has made the cover of Sports Illustrated, been the first girl to pitch a shutout during a Little