ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Girl’s Soccer rolls to victory

Jonnie Voyta news editor The girls’ varsity soccer team was hoping to add another win to their record as they faced off against Gaithersburg at home on Sept. 24. The match started off strong for the girls’ as senior Mollie Greenberg placed the ball in the top right corner to put the Patriots up 1-0 in just the first 10 minutes of the game. However, … Continue reading ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Girl’s Soccer rolls to victory

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: WNBA struggles to generate new fans

“I would rather find 5$ then have the Mystics win the championship,” junior Daniel Rudden said. To students, this may not be a surprising statement. Professional men’s sports teams, such as the NBA, would likely have a greater value than just five dollars to any fan demonstrating how little students care about the WNBA. “I would pay $200 to see the Wizards win the championship,” … Continue reading ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: WNBA struggles to generate new fans

School slides down in rankings

This school ranked third in the state and 168th in the nation last year for the best high schools according to U.S News, dropping from last year’s rankings. Last year, this school was ranked second in the state with a national ranking of 103, significantly improving from the previous year’s rankings. This year the school dropped out of second in the state, falling behind Poolesville. … Continue reading School slides down in rankings

Students’ school spirit shines at spring pep rally

Students screamed and shouted throughout the stadium on April 13 as the SGA got ready hosted the semi-annual pep rally. On the field, SGA members covered in red, white, and blue looked out onto the bleachers and observed seas of colors as students crowded the stands into their different sections with freshmen in red, sophomores in white, juniors in blue, and seniors in all three … Continue reading Students’ school spirit shines at spring pep rally

Students’ school spirit shines at spring pep rally

Students screamed and shouted throughout the stadium on April 13 as the SGA got ready hosted the semi-annual pep rally. On the field, SGA members covered in red, white, and blue looked out onto the bleachers and observed seas of colors as students crowded the stands into their different sections with freshmen in red, sophomores in white, juniors in blue, and seniors in all three … Continue reading Students’ school spirit shines at spring pep rally

‘Every 15 Minutes’ leaves students in tears

Every 50 minutes someone in the United States dies from an alcohol related collision according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The Every 15 Minutes campaign was founded in 1995. The campaign visits high schools all around the nation to teach students about drunk driving, driving under the influence, and making smart decisions while operating vehicles. The SGA started planning the program’s three-day visit … Continue reading ‘Every 15 Minutes’ leaves students in tears