Sports Wrap-Up: February 21-24

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Athletic Department

Sophomore Jabea Ewane competed in and won the inaugural 190 lb Girls County Wrestling Championship.

Wrestling

Congratulations to sophomore Jabea Ewane for winning the inaugural Montgomery County Public Schools girls 190lb County Championship!

Boys Basketball

The ‘Rines matched up with the Kennedy Cavaliers and will travel to face them tomorrow at 1 pm for the first round of the Regional Championship. Don’t miss out on the game by buying tickets on GoFan!

Girls Basketball

The Lady ‘Rines will face the Colonels of Magruder away tonight at 6pm in the first round of the Regional Championship. Tickets are available on GoFan, so come out and cheer the ‘Rines on to a playoff victory!

Swim & Dive

Freshmen Christian Crowder, Martin Pineda, Ryan Seppy, sophomore Andrew Hurt, juniors Jarod Andwel Naulgan and Dmitriy Bright, and seniors Deacon Buchanan and Dane Pullen all qualified for the State Swim Championships today and tomorrow, February 24.

Indoor Track

Sophomore Samuel Koiwood placed 14th out of 20 competitors for the 55 meter dash at the Maryland State Championship.

Congratulations to all of the track athletes for their postseason placements!

More Sports News

In other sports news, the Wolverine Pride Awards were awarded to student-athletes with higher than a 3.25 GPA and a great work ethic and sportsmanship on and off the field.

Congratulations to Zenoah Colleymore, Sharick Mejias, Robert Fleischer, Gloria Saagong, Abdoul Ndiong, Samantha Molina, Andrea Ferrufino, and Nebi Tsarni received this award from their coaches.

Also, on Wednesday, February 22, the 90 student-athletes who achieved Minds in Motion award at Watkins Mill were recognized for their efforts. In order to earn the Minds in Motion award, student-athletes had to maintain at least a 3.5 GPA throughout the season.

Nine students also maintained a 4.0 GPA throughout the winter sports season. Congratulations to all of the student-athletes for putting their academics first!

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