Sports Wrap – Up October 12

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Sports Wrap – Up October 12

Cheerleaders on the sidelines at the football opener on September 1.

Cheerleaders on the sidelines at the football opener on September 1.

Sarah Elbeshbishi

Cheerleaders on the sidelines at the football opener on September 1.

Sarah Elbeshbishi

Sarah Elbeshbishi

Cheerleaders on the sidelines at the football opener on September 1.

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Cross Country

Watkins Mill High School hosted their annual cross country Wolverine Run on Saturday October 7th. Fifteen teams came out to participate. In the boys varsity run, which was 3.1 miles long, senior Tyrese Hibbert had an amazing performance along with juniors, Zachary Pepperl, and Sebastian Batanero, all finishing in the top 40 out of 139 participants.

The Rines placed 8th in the event when the official team scores were presented. The Rines varsity boys cross country team will be looking to take 1st place at counties, on October 21, 2017. 

Field Hockey

Wolverines field hockey played cross-town rival Clarksburg Coyotes last night, coming off of a loss to the Poolesville Falcons last Wednesday, October 4. Sadly, the ‘Rines fell to the Coyotes 0-5. Despite the loss they played great defense the first half, holding the Coyotes to zero goals. However, the momentum of the Coyotes on their senior night was too strong to stop and they scored five goals the second half.  The ‘Rines play again tomorrow, October 13 at home against the Seneca Valley Screamin’ Eagles at 3:45 pm.

Girls Volleyball

Volleyball fell to James Hubert Blake High School 3-0 on Tuesday, October 10 but look to bounce back tonight at home against Northwest High School at 4:45 pm. The ‘Rines have had a tough season so far, but continue to work hard.

“We really need to focus on putting in a lot of effort and not getting [discouraged] when we look at the scoreboard. I think that’s one of our main problems. We just need to focus on the next play and not on past mistakes,”senior captain Aiyanna Cobbs said.

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