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La actualizacion deportiva del otoño

Ethan Leifman

October 6, 2019

¡Es una temporada muy emocionante para los deportes en DC! En este tiempo del año, se pueden ver todos los cinco deportes más populares! Aquí están las  actualizaciones para todos los equipos:   Beisbol- Los Nationals Los Nationals estuvieron  en segundo lugar de su división, la NL Este...

Seniors emerge victorious in stricter PowderPuff game

Seniors emerge victorious in stricter PowderPuff game

Baraka Aboul-Magd

September 26, 2019

In a too-close-for-comfort match-up, the seniors ultimately prevailed 6-0 against the juniors in the annual PowderPuff game. Despite a wristband restriction that frustrated cheerleaders, school spirit remained high and many upperclassmen sported pink and cheered on the girls.  The game was bound ...

2019 Fall Sports Previews

Alex Cirino, Chiara Purificato, and Max Gualtieri

September 6, 2019

Football, Alex Cirino Coming off an 8-4 season, the varsity football team is hoping to return to its winning ways after falling short of the DCSAA state championship game. With a senior-heavy roster, the team will rely on its many leaders to guide them towards another winning season in order to beco...

Field renovation completed

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Max Gualtieri

September 6, 2019

After weeks of construction the Wilson turf field has been completely replaced. The new field uses ground-up rubber from sneakers as the base rather than the ground-up tires in older fields. The field contains lines for lacrosse, field hockey, soccer, and football. “In the past, we would need to p...

Wilson graduates detail path to D1 collegiate sports

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Alex Cirino

September 6, 2019

For three months a year, Bless Tumushabe would wake up at 4 a.m., hop on the Metro, and head across town for morning Wilson soccer practices. Meanwhile, Mica Gelb found himself at extra fitness sessions at Champtime Fitness six days a week. Through many years of hard work, these two athletes now join the...

Keep watching women’s soccer after the World Cup

Anna Arnsberger

September 6, 2019

With their World Cup win this summer in France, the U.S. Women’s National Team (USWNT) has once again given the country a reason to love soccer. From Alyssa Naeher’s stone-cold tenacity to the eccentric flair of Megan Rapinoe, this team has won over the hearts of a nation. Their 2-0 defeat over t...

Wilson basketball stars transfer, land at D1 schools

Wilson basketball stars transfer, land at D1 schools

Alex Cirino

August 29, 2019

Wilson’s basketball teams were on the rise and in the middle of all of its success, two standout players set out memorable junior seasons, catching the eye of some big name college scouts. Now as Tara Cousins and Dimingus Stevens head into their senior seasons, they can do so with a little less pr...

Wilson Boys Ultimate Frisbee Team Falls Short of National Title

Wilson Boys Ultimate Frisbee Team Falls Short of National Title

Max Gualtieri

June 17, 2019

On June 7th, the Wilson boys ultimate frisbee team’s run in the Ultiworld High School National invite in Rockford, Illinois began. Entering as the fourth seed out of 16 teams, the Tigers sought to build off of their performance from last years run that saw Wilson out of the tournament in the group ...

Athlete of the Month: Collin Bosley-Smith

Athlete of the Month: Collin Bosley-Smith

Alex Cirino

June 8, 2019

As many tigers know, Collin Bosley-Smith has been a standout junior pitcher for the baseball team this season. As a three-year letterwinner at Wilson, Bosley-Smith won the Gatorade DC State Player of the Year award after leading the Tigers to back-to-back DCSAA state championship appearances. Bosley-Smith en...

Baseball team loses to St. John’s in Championship

Evan Vieth

June 8, 2019

In a nail-biting game decided on a controversial call, the varsity baseball team fell to St. John’s College High School in the DCSAA championship game on May 18. The impactful call came in the third inning, with two St. John’s runners on base, and only one out. Wilson pitcher Collin Bosley-Smith ...

Sweep Jesus: Wilson teacher leads double life as master curler

Sweep Jesus: Wilson teacher leads double life as master curler

Baraka Aboul-Magd

June 8, 2019

At first, curling was a way for math teacher Jeremy Singer to get out of the house once a week. Twenty years and a few hundred curling tournaments later, the sport has become one of his most cherished passions. Singer first heard about curling from a book about activities to do in DC. He went to an ...

Wilson basketball program receives Nike sponsorship

Wilson basketball program receives Nike sponsorship

Chiara Purificato

June 8, 2019

The varsity boys and girls basketball teams at Wilson have become the first and only Wilson athletics teams to be sponsored by Nike, leading them both to earn the “Nike Elite team” status, and a banner signifying it in the gym. While athletic sponsorships began as something mostly limited to college and...

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