The Black & White

Boys Soccer Shuts Out Wootton

By Louis Wolff

October 5, 2009


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**By Connor Vergara** Varsity boys soccer defeated the Wootton Patriots 2-0, Sept. 16, improving to 2-2-1. The Vikings started the game off strong with scoring opportunities by forwards Jonny Mehrez and Sebastian Cahe, who each came within inches of netting goals. Read More »...

Caps Start Where They Left Off

By Louis Wolff

October 5, 2009


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**By Andrew Palmer** The Washington Capitals have started off their season with wins over the Boston Bruins and the Toronto Maple Leafs.  The two game winning streak has landed them at the top of the southeast division, the same spot they finished the season last year. The Caps beat the Bruins...

Cross Country Competes at Great American Festival

By Louis Wolff

October 4, 2009


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From Oct. 2-3, the cross country team traveled to Cary, North Carolina to compete in the Great American Festival. The girls started off the day by competing in the Race of Champions. The Vikes were led by senior Shayna Barbash and sophomore Anna Ryba who worked with one another throughout the course of th...

Vikings Defeat Blazers at Homecoming

By Louis Wolff

October 2, 2009


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 *By Juliet Mullins* Varsity football beat the Blair Blazers 34-12 in the homecoming game, Oct. 2, improving to 4-1 on the season.  The game started off strong with two touchdown passes from quarterback Henry Kuhn, one to wide receiver Michael Flack, and the other to tight end Danny Lee. ...

Girls Soccer Beats Jags

By Louis Wolff

October 2, 2009


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*By Elliot Markus* Girls Soccer defeated the Northwest Jaguars, 2-1, Sept 30, improving their record to 5-2. The game was highlighted by the return of junior goalie Hannah Sasscer who has not played all season after being diagnosed with a brain cyst in the pre-season. Sasscer led the defense earl...

Football Defeats BCC, Rolls to 3-1

By Louis Wolff

September 25, 2009


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Varsity football defeated the BCC Barons 25-20, September 25, improving to 3-1. The boys went up 18-0 early from two touchdown passes from quarterback Henry Kuhn to wide receiver Michael Flack and a 28-yard touchdown run by runningback Kevin Cecala. By the end of the half, the Vikings led 25-6 after a...

Volleyball Loses to Northwest, Falls to 3-2

By Louis Wolff

September 25, 2009


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*By Elizabeth Bernhard* Varsity volleyball lost to the Northwest Jaguars 3-1, September 22, falling to 3-2 for the season. The girls lost the first set, but had a strong streak in the second set, evening the score at one set each. However, in the third and fourth sets, the VIkes faltered on offen...

Senior Schulkin Holds Olympic Potential

By Louis Wolff

September 22, 2009


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*By Daniel Royston* Swimming isn’t the most popular sport when winter comes rolling in, but that might change thanks to one senior girl. At the swimming Junior Nationals this past summer, Dani Schulkin swam fast enough times to qualify for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Trials in the 100m butterfly....

Girls Volleyball Loses to Churchill

By Louis Wolff

September 21, 2009


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*By Elizabeth Bernhard* Varsity Girls Volleyball fell to the Churchill Bulldogs 0-3, September 16, falling to 3-1 on the season. In their first loss of the year, theLady Vikes did not win a single game over the power house Bulldogs. Read More »...

Redskinette Named New Cheerleading Coach

By Louis Wolff

September 18, 2009


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*By Sam Oshinsky* Varsity cheerleading has a new coach who plans to push the squad to new heights.  The new coach, Christi Weems, won awards cheering at Virginia Tech and now cheers for the Washington Redskins. Weems started cheering in high school and immediately knew she wanted to take it to th...

Varsity Football Falls Short Against Quince Orchard

By Louis Wolff

September 17, 2009


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Varsity Football lost to the Quince Orchard Cougars 24-20, Sept. 17, falling to 2-1 on the season. After opening the scoring with a 70-yard touchdown pass from quaterback Henry Kuhn to Wide Receiver Rico Djidotor and then missing the extra point, the Vikings led 6-0 at the end of the first quater...

Boys Soccer Falls in Double-Overtime

By Louis Wolff

September 16, 2009


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**By Connor Vergara** Boys soccer fell to the Sherwood Warriors, 2-1, in double-overtime, Sept 9, dropping to 1-2-0. The Vikings struck first, scoring a goal in the 21st minute of the first half when forward Sebastian Cahe crossed the ball from the right side to forward Scott Gerfen who tapped it i...