Sports spring into new season

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Sports spring into new season

Spring sports season begins this week! Find out what the teams expect for this season.

Spring sports season begins this week! Find out what the teams expect for this season.

Arthur Siqueira

Spring sports season begins this week! Find out what the teams expect for this season.

Arthur Siqueira

Arthur Siqueira

Spring sports season begins this week! Find out what the teams expect for this season.

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Boys Volleyball

After coming off of their best season in recent years, the boys’ volleyball team is looking to top their past seasons. With a roster equally as impressive and coach just as motivated as the players, they are looking to top last year’s record.

“We are getting better each day,” Coach Michael Brown said. “We have some great players, Neba [Ndonwi], Sanam [Mittal], and Rafael [Fernandez DeLeon], so I know we can do great.”

Junior Sanam Mittal said, “I’m excited about the season, Neba is an insane setter, he motivates me to better whenever we are on the court together.”

The team is coached by Brown and comprised of players including Mittal, Ndonwi, and Fernandez Deleon.

Boys Lacrosse

Boys lacrosse is looking to make a big statement for the upcoming 2018/19 season. Coach Maxwell Bero plans to take the lacrosse team to the next level. The team is raring to go for a long season.

“This season [for lacrosse], I would really like to strive for scoring some goals and becoming a leader on my team,” junior Javier Sarmiento said.

Support the Wolverines at their first game here at the Mill against the Clarksburg High School Coyotes on March 21 at 5:30pm.

Coed Volleyball

With the season coming up soon for the Coed Volleyball Wolverines, the will be looking start the season off strong and keep that same energy and keep working hard until the finish and improve the team overall as one. Coach Kauri Martin has high expectations and a long season ahead to learn and improve the players.

“I think the season is going to be great,” junior Nakyia Middleton said. “It’s going to be fun and everyone is excited. Our strongest player is senior David Johnson because he is the tallest so we can get blocks in and we have strong passers. Everyone has a part to play. If we do that, we can’t lose.”

“We have a very developmental group right now that is working super hard to achieve our goals this season,” Martin added. “In order to get there, everyone on the team is going to have to play their role and step up to the plate where the challenge is met at.”


With the baseball season approaching for the varsity Wolverines squad, they will be looking to build off of last season and improve overall as a team. Second year varsity head coach Michael McMillen has high expectations for his baseball team to achieve this upcoming season.

“I am seeing a big difference already with my players buying into the program compared to last season,” McMillen said. “The players have a different approach and mindset than last year’s team as well… and I like what I am seeing effort wise from them.”

The ‘Rines first game of the season will be at the end of this month on March 28. Come support your ‘Rines as their first opponent of the season will be the Titans at Einstein at 3:45pm.

Girls Lacrosse

Girls lacrosse are prepping for success this upcoming season. After finishing at 2-8 last year, the girls look to roll into this season with a bang, led by longtime coach, Vincent Naylor. “We have a team full of girls ready to play,” sophomore Madison Coombs said.

The girls have a scrimmage this upcoming Monday, at Tuscarora High School and another scrimmage on Tuesday at home against Seneca Valley.

The girls took on Gaithersburg last week in a scrimmage which unfortunately ended in a loss. “We’re working everyday to improve our stick skills and working on communication,” junior Kimberly Ramirez said.

The team is preparing for their first real game this upcoming Thursday at rival Clarksburg. Make sure to come out and support the ‘Rines on Thursday at 7pm.


Girls softball plans to take on this season by working hard and having players set their minds as one so they can all play in sync.

“We have a brand new team, so it’s very different,” senior Adriana Villars said. “So we’re going to have to keep an open mind about others and how they play and what they feel… and even if we fail, keep our heads up and keep a positive personality.”

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