The Observer

Track and field succeeds without discipline

By By: Ian Plotnik-staff writer

May 4, 2010

Though the track and field squad has lacked discipline throughout the season, it has continued to perform at a high level. The girls and boys finished fourth and third, respectively, in the Viking Invitational, held annually at Whitman April 17, but their head coach believes they can do better. “We...

Seniors lead lacrosse to end of season, playoffs

By By: Matt Brothers-Sports Editor

May 4, 2010

The boys lacrosse team has pulled off strong victories against Northwest, Richard Montgomery and Whitman after an early season loss to rival Wootton.   “We are feeling good,” senior Matt Bank said. “We have really become more like a family over the past games. Everyone has each other’s backs.”   The...

Boys volleyball sets off solid start, aims for playoffs

By By: Donald Kim-staff writer

May 4, 2010

The boys volleyball team kicked off the season with an impressive win over Whitman March 23, but suffered two consecutive losses against Rockville March 25 and Kennedy April 7.  The Bulldogs easily defeated Northwest 3-0 April 9 but lost to its rival Wootton 0-3 April 14 as Wootton’s strong offense...

Coed Volleyball struggles to met expectations

By By Danny Weiss- staff writer

May 4, 2010

Coed volleyball started off their season with two quick wins against Whitman March 23 and Rockville March 25, but soon after, lost two disappointing games against Kennedy April 7 and Northwest April 9. According to head coach Mike Endler, the coed volleyball team is not reaching its fullest potential...

Boys lacrosse team upset by archrival

By By:Nima Ghafari

June 3, 2009

The boys lacrosse team ended its season May 9 with a disappointing loss to rival Whitman 11-7. The month started off well with a 6-5 win against Gaithersburg May 1, however, the scheduled season finale against Quince Orchard was cancelled due to rain, making the Bulldogs' final regular season record...

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