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WCHS Varsity Wrestling members compete at individual state tournament

Junior Max Kessler earning a point for his takedown against a very skilled opponent.

By David Malament, Promotions Manager

March 7, 2020

On Saturday, Feb. 22, the 14 members of the WCHS varsity wrestling team went to the individual state tournament. Although the team’s season is over, following a lackluster season, members of the team hope to compete for individual recognition.  “I have the No. 14 seed and I am wrestling against the No. thr...

WCHS baseball team prepares to make school history

2019 WCHS baseball team posing for a

By David Malament, Promotions Manager

March 3, 2020

In 2019, the WCHS baseball team had a record setting season going far deeper into the postseason than in recent years. Following the graduation of multiple talented seniors, the team has gained some fresh faces and a boatload of young talent. “Last year was a massive success within the WCHS baseball prog...

Roddy Ricch’s new album gives excuses “for being antisocial”

Roddy Ricch's new hit album cover

By David Malament, Promotions Manager

February 4, 2020

On Friday, Dec. 6, 2019, Grammy Award nominee Roddy Ricch released his first album since being named a member of the 2019 XXL Freshman class in the summer of 2019.  His album Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial contains 16 songs, three of which are on the Billboard Hot 100.  The first song on t...

Boys swim team prepares for vicious competition season

Junior Cameron Barclay exhibiting his athletic skill with a graceful swan dive to start the race.

By David Malament, Promotions Manager

December 17, 2019

The WCHS boys swim team has had a very historic past, winning the state title the past two years. This year, the team hopes to repeat their past success which will be hard after the graduation of a few key seniors. Even though there will be some growing pains, the team is optimistic and ready for the...

Post Malone “Hollywood’s Bleeding” Review

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By David Malament, Promotions Manager

October 28, 2019

This Sept. 6, Post Malone released his new album Hollywood’s Bleeding and currently has 14 of his 17 songs of the newly released album on the Billboard Hot 100! Though it is hard to say if this is his best album since Beerbongs and Bentleys, his last album, was nearly the same level of captivating...

Students actively volunteer at the Potomac Community Center

WCHS students devote time into volunteering at the Potomac Community Center. Left to Right: Beth Coffman, Assistant Director of Potomac Community Center, Luke Sumberg,  Sydney Rodman, Macafie Bobo, Abbey Zheng, Julia Greenberg, Jordyn Reicin, Peter Selikoqirz, Director of Potomac Community Center, Adam Horowitz, Andrew Chan.

By David Malament, Productions Manager

June 4, 2019

In September 2018, the Potomac Community Center director, Peter Selikowitz, had the idea to start a student advisory board to brainstorm new events and activities for the PCC. “A lot of attendance at the PCC is students, it’s important to hear the ideas of the students in order to make the PCC t...

Stage crew dedicates hard work to school productions

The CHS stage crew helped make Cinderella memorable.

By David Malament, Promotions Manager

December 21, 2018

School plays, they’re full of hard work, dedication, music and performances put on by students who have a passion for theatre. It requires countless hours of memorizing lines and practicing. But what do people say about the stage crew? Stage crew has to stay after school really late, to the point wh...

Athlete of the Month: November 2018

Athlete of the Month: November 2018

By David Malament, Promotions Manager

November 21, 2018

Senior Jane Olcott led the varsity girls soccer team to a 10-4 record and to a MPSSAA sectional final by remaining focused and ready to tackle any challenges during the season. Olcott is the girls varsity soccer team captain and has already committed to Villanova University. Olcott started playing...

WCHS Poms serve coffee to spirited teachers

CHS Poms served coffee to any teacher wearing green, blue, white, or a CHS shirt.

By David Malament, Promotions Manager

October 18, 2018

On Friday Sept. 28, the CHS Poms team served free coffee to any teacher who showed their school spirit in the second floor teacher’s lounge. The coffee was available to any faculty member wearing blue, green, white or a CHS shirt. The coffee was from Dunkin’ Donuts, and the money to sponsor t...

Rich the Kid releases promising new album “The World is Yours”

Rich the Kid is an up and coming rapper who has recently released a new album,

By David Malament, Promotions Manager

May 10, 2018

Rich the Kid, XXL 2018 Freshman, platinum artist, and only 25. The Atlanta, GA native, Dimitri Leslie Roger better known as Rich the Kid released his first album, The World is Yours on March 30th.   Rich the Kid’s album had a couple songs on the billboard top 100. Popular songs on the a...

Poms places 2nd in county

By Nicole Malament, Observations Editor

February 28, 2013

Congratulations to the poms team for earning second place overall and first place in choreography at the Northwest Poms Invitational Jan. 5, and for coming in sixth place at the Montgomery County Division I competition Feb. 2.

Robotics reaches finals

By Nicole Malament, Observations Editor

February 27, 2013

Congratulations to the Zero Robotics team for being finalists in the Zero Robotics competition. The team competed against nine other teams and ran its computer program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Jan. 11.

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