Sports Wrap-Up: September 21, 2018

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Girls Volleyball

Girls volleyball had a hard-fought game versus the Northwest Jaguars on Thursday, September 20. They fought the three-time state champs in one of their hardest games of the season through three tough games. During the last game, the team had some incredible digs, saves and hits.

Most of the team was very happy with how they played and a lot of the girls said that they were very proud of their team. Coach Kauri Martin said it was a “tough game, and we’re still working with a young team here; we just gotta keep working towards it.”

Co-captains Jade Pinkowitz and Nakyia Middleton are both very happy with how hard the team has been working and cannot wait for the rest of the season with their teammates.


Field Hockey

Varsity field hockey brought home their second win against the Einstein Titans yesterday, September 20, with a winning score of 2-1.

The Wolverines started the game off with a high energy level, scoring two points in the first half of the game. Senior Ana Rodriguez and junior Brittany Isaacoff both scored the winning goals. The team as a whole played well, but they will be working on more communication and spreading out on the field. The ‘Rines next game is today, September 21, at home against Thomas Johnson High School.


Boys Soccer

Boys soccer fell to the Poolesville Falcon with a score of 4-3. The Wolverines lead the Falcons most of the game, but eventually fell short at the half.

The Wolverines started off the game strong. They had both a positive attitude and good energy. All the goals were scored in the first half of the game, but when the Falcons began to fight back they began to lose their mojo.



Varsity golf came in third out of four teams at their tournament yesterday, September 20, at Sligo Creek.

This was their first match with six players. “We feel like we have lots of potential,” freshman Josh Miller said. The Wolverines’ next match will be Thursday, September 27.

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