Hockey The Vikings hockey team defeated the South River Seahawks 6–1 Tuesday in the state quarterfinals. For the second game in a row, junior captain Tiger Björnlund kicked off the game sinking the first goal of the match five minutes into the first period. The Seahawks matched the Vikings with...
Hockey crushes Northern in preliminary round of playoffs; boys and girls basketball finish off their seasons with wins against Paint Branch on senior nightRead more »
Boys basketball The boys basketball team (14–5) destroyed the Heights School Tuesday night in a game where nearly every player scored. The Vikes started out strong, jumping to a 25–6 lead. The team poured on another 27 points in the second quarter and never looked back from there. Guard ...
The indoor track team competed at regionals Feb. 9 in Landover, Maryland with the boy’s team placing ninth out of 16 teams and the girl’s team placing 10th out of 14.Read more »
Girls basketball falls to Holy Child despite late comebackRead more »
Girls basketball obliterates Wootton behind Abby Meyers’ 24 points; boys basketball takes down Wootton with easeRead more »
In their last competition of the year, the cheerleading team captured second place at the Charles H. Flowers invitational Feb. 4, competing in the advanced varsity section of the meet.Read more »
Girls basketball takes down RM as Abby Meyers becomes leading scorer at Whitman; boys basketball's comeback falls short in loss to RMRead more »
Poms placed first in division three at the county tournament on Saturday for the second year in a row, increasing the likelihood that the team will move up to division two next year. Senior captain Mikela McMahon won the first place captain’s award. Counties, which is the highest level of competition for MCPS pom...
Hockey drops tight game against B-CC with playoff hopes on the edge; girls basketball outlasts Churchill in closest division game of the year; boys basketball struggles to garner any offense in loss to ChurchillRead more »
The wrestling team (5–7) rolled over the Gaithersburg Trojans 63–12 but succumbed to the Springbrook Blue Devils 55–20 in last Saturday’s tri-meet.Read more »