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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

A brief history of Wilson sports

Many student athletes walk along the halls of Wilson. Both boys and girls proudly sport their personalized windbreakers or sell donuts throughout the building to raise funds for their team. With eight fall sports, seven winter sports, and 10 spring sports, there are many opportunities for students to join teams. A search through old Beacons

Gym class hosts badminton tournament

Every year in early fall Desmond Dunham, one of Wilson’s physical education teachers, takes pride in hosting a badminton tournament to rap up the badminton unit in his P.E. II classes. This year’s competition recently concluded after several weeks of preparation. Dunham prepares his classes by teaching them various strokes, and by giving them time

Wilson wins homecoming game in blowout fashion

Wilson’s bleachers were filled Saturday afternoon as the football team took on the Eastern Ramblers in the annual homecoming game. Students and teachers came back to Wilson in the midst of a three-day weekend, while alumni came from near and far to cheer on the Tigers. Not only was this day special because of planned

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

Wilson athletes earn All-Met honors

The Washington Post honors the area’s top athletes in each sport for the fall, winter, and spring seasons. A First Team, Coach of the Year, sometimes a Second Team, and Honorable Mentions are named for each respective sport. In addition to Wilson’s exceptional year filled with team championships, the following Wilson athletes took home this

2016 Spring Athletic Awards

  Senior Male Athlete of the Year: Drew Glick (Boys Cross Country & Track and Field) Won three titles (1600m, 3200m, and 4x800m relay) at DCSAA championship, broke the DCSAA record for the mile, and is a finalist for the DC Gatorade Boys Track and Field Player of the Year; will run at the University

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