The Wilson Tigers football team enters the upcoming 2017 season surrounded by uncertainty. Last season proved a success, as the Tigers went 9-2 and made it to the Turkey Bowl, but fell short yet again. The Tigers squad was led by All-Met selections, Sean Savoy, Steven Williams Jr., and Khaleb Coleman, it was inevitable
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 Great American XC Fest 8am (in North Carolina) 2 3 Varsity Volleyball Game vs. Stone Ridge 5:45pm (home) Varsity Boys’ Soccer Game vs. Banneker 6pm (home) Varsity Girls’ Soccer Game vs. Banneker 4pm (away) 4 Varsity
Every year Wilson students participate in film competitions across the country. From San Diego, California to Atlanta, Georgia, students in Kadesha Bonds’ Mass Media and Communication classes enter videos in hopes of winning local and national awards. This year, students in Bonds’ class entered the C-SPAN Documentary contest. The theme for this year’s contest was
This Thanksgiving, the Wilson varsity football team will be playing in the DCIAA Football Championship, the Turkey Bowl. Wilson was seeded number one going into the playoffs and came out with a dramatic 37-34 win against Ballou on November 20, advancing them to the championship game and ensuring them a return to the Turkey Bowl.
BY ALEX MARTIN AND ISAAC FRUMKIN, JUNIOR EDITORS Cross Country: Wilson’s runners are looking to bring home a DCIAA championships for the sixth year in a row. Coming off an intense summer training regimen, Wilson XC is in tip top shape. A busy September is on the way with their first meets scheduled for the 8th
BY MEREDITH ELLISON, CONTRIBUTOR The indoor track season is coming to a close but the tigers plan to go out with a bang and carry that momentum to the outdoor season. The 2014-15 DCIAA Indoor Track Championships were held on January 28 in the Prince George’s County Sports and Learning Complex, where both the girls and