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Sports Wrap-Up: October 2

Junior Jade Pinkowitz serves in Monday's game

Junior Jade Pinkowitz serves in Monday's game

Clarisse Gonzalez

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Junior Jade Pinkowitz serves in Monday's game

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Cross Country

Watkins Mill Wolverines ran at The Covenant Life meet Saturday, September 29.

“Our last meet went pretty well, everyone did pretty well,” senior Zach Pepperl said. “I think we need just need to practice hard and work together as a team well so we can drop some time.”

Come join the ‘Rines at home Tuesday October 2 against the Blake Bengals, Magruder Colonels, and Seneca Valley Screamin’ Eagles. Also come join the ‘Rines at home for the invitational meet this Saturday, October 6.


Girls Volleyball

Girls varsity volleyball lost to the Clarksburg Coyotes, 3-0, after a hard fought game on Monday, October 1. The girls put up a very good fight throughout the game, not giving up until the end. The game also had impressive play by juniors Isis Barnes and Nakyia Middleton.

“The team played really well,” Middleton said  “I’m really excited to keep growing with them.”

Wish the girls good luck at their next game, Thursday, October 4 at Damascus High School.


Field Hockey

The Wolverines fought hard in a competitive match up against the Kennedy Cavaliers. A home game on Monday afternoon. The ‘Rines held Kennedy to only one goal, but ultimately was not able to score any in response.

“Our defense was good throughout the game,” senior captain Ana Rodriguez said. “Talking on the field and communicating is something we need to work on.” 

The Rines’ look to bounce back with a win this Wednesday, October 3 at Magruder. Don’t forget to come out and support!

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Israel Safo, Sports Editor

Israel Safo is a junior at Watkins Mill High School and a Sports Editor for The Current. He likes to write, explore new ideas, and listen to music. He would like to go to an Ivy League school and become a very wealthy entrepreneur/lawyer when he grows up. He is on the road to being the first African American multi-trillionaire.

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Spencer Neill, Sports Editor

Spencer Neill is a senior at Watkins Mill and is a Sports Editor for The Current. He plays Varsity Baseball, is the Varsity Football Captain, and a member of the National Honor Society. He plans on studying Business in college.

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