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Woodson Lacrosse In Full Swing

Woodson Lacrosse In Full Swing

Zayna Shahin, Feature Editor June 11, 2021

This season has been great and very fun for all spring sports, from tennis to baseball. But for Woodson’s lacrosse teams, it has also been a victorious one. Since the lacrosse season was cut short last...

The Road to the Stanley Cup Begins

The Road to the Stanley Cup Begins

Reid Rizk, Staff Writer May 6, 2021

Hockey, like most professional sports, is extremely competitive at the professional level and can be very exciting to watch. However, the rules can be a bit confusing to some newcomers. If you know how...

Protests Shadow Beijing Olympics

Protests Shadow Beijing Olympics

Zainab Rentia, Staff Writer April 30, 2021

Fireworks fill the sky. Bright reds and yellows form breathtaking images. Stadiums are filled with people screaming in excitement, and laughter fills the arena. Loud music accompanied by thought-provoking...

Photo courtesy of James Piatt

Spring Sports Are Back In Action

Cavan Griffin and Zayna Shahin April 30, 2021

Most students were practically hampered from doing the sport they loved, forced to sit at home watching the spring season pass by and wait patiently for the next spring season. Well, it's finally here....

Photo by Emily Jean.

Precisionettes Stick Together, Cheer Each Other On Throughout COVID

Carolyn Bonafede, Copy Editor March 27, 2021

Huddled behind the wings’ black curtains, the girls held hands in a circle while their coach gave a pep talk before their imminent performance. “It’s the scariest thing ever, but you’re all so...

March Madness's top 5 Biggest Upsets

March Madness’s top 5 Biggest Upsets

Thomas Daniels , Sports Editor March 27, 2021

5. UCLA (11) vs. University of Michigan (1) Michigan opened the scoring with a two-pointer that started a back and forth affair at the beginning of the game. Michigan proceeded to take control and...

Woodson's Crew Prepares For Season

Woodson’s Crew Prepares For Season

Cavan Griffin, Staff Writer March 27, 2021

With the COVID-19 pandemic restricting the way people go out and practice sports, many precautions need to be taken. Luckily the crew team can still practice their form and get stronger thanks to machines...

Varsity Volleyball Digs Into Delayed Season

Varsity Volleyball Digs Into Delayed Season

Tamara Nguyen, Editor in Chief March 27, 2021

  The sound of squeaking shoes and bouncing volleyballs echoes throughout Woodson’s gym as the varsity volleyball team finally gets to put their mark on the court for the first time in over a...

Fans and Players Sports Superstitions

Fans and Players Sports Superstitions

Rebecca Heimbrock , Staff Writer March 27, 2021

Superstitions are in every culture. Look no further than Christians throwing salt over their shoulders to ward off the devil, Turkish charms to ward off the evil eye, and even Germans refusing to toast...

Spring Blooms New Woodson Football Season

Spring Blooms New Woodson Football Season

Reid Rizk, Staff Writer March 1, 2021

Patrick J. Cunningham Stadium stood surprisingly empty of both athletes and spectators this fall, as COVID precautions prevented any sports activities from occurring. Last month, the red, white and blue...

Transgender Women Allowed to Participate in Sports

Transgender Women Allowed to Participate in Sports

Vy Nguyen, Staff Writer March 1, 2021

Picture a line drawn using chalk. Up until the twentieth century, society stood on the side that limited opportunities for transgender women in athletics. However, with the emergence and legacy of...

With everyone masked, gymnastics can go on as planned. (Photo courtesy of Coach Shelby Landay.)

Woodson Gymnastics Team Aims to Outshine COVID-19

Naomi Scully-Bristol, Opinion Editor March 1, 2021

In shimmering leotards, matching hairstyles and, new this year, masks, the Woodson Gymnastics Team is ready to start their meet.  “When we get to the meet, all of the teams there do an open stretch,...

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