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Sports Wrap – Up October 13

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

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.

Griffin Borman and Nana Osei Tutu

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Girls Soccer

Girls soccer lost a difficult game to the Gaithersburg Trojans with a score of 4-1. The Wolverine’s only goal was scored by Tattiana Ledon a quarter of a the way through the first half. “We kept our intensity up and we held them at a tie for a long time,” junior Jennifer Lopez said. “I maintained my temper through out the game.”

The ‘Rines will take on the Walter Johnson Wildcats on Tuesday, October 6 at 5:15 in yet another varsity double header and senior night. Come out and help lead your seniors and varsity soccer players to victory!

Boys Soccer

The ‘Rines boys soccer team fell to the Gaithersburg Trojans 5-0 yesterday, October 12,  at Gaithersburg High School.

The ‘Rines faced a tough loss last night to rivals Gaithersburg, as they have lost their 4th straight game. Senior captain Yann Kouemi said, “We had a strong first half, and didn’t have a really good second half. We need to improve on our defense and stay in the game more to avoid distractions.”

The ‘Rines look to leave it out on the field as next Tuesday is ‘Senior Night’ against the Walter Johnson Wildcats at 7:15 here at the Mill. Orange nation come out and cheer our seniors one more time as it will be their last home game of their high school career.


‘Rines tennis lost against the Damascus Hornets on Tuesday, October 10. In their last match, the girls had a great time saying goodbye on the court.

Girls tennis had a sole win by sophomore Maryam Abbas. “I think it was a learning experience and I’m glad I got to win some games… I do want to play next year and get better,” Abbas said.

Coach Kauri Martin enjoyed her first year coaching tennis. “It was an amazing season, and I’m so proud of them,” Martin said.

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Nana Osei Tutu, Editor-in-Chief

Nana Osei Tutu is a Senior at Watkins Mill and is one of the Co-Editor In Chiefs of The Current. She is involved in many programs at the mill as well  as being African Student Association President. Nana plays girls varsity soccer and runs indoor and outdoor track at the Mill. She hopes to attend a four year university or college after graduating.

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