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POTOMAC – On Feb. 8, students at Winston Churchill High School were discovered handing out golden passes that gave others “permission” to use the N-word. Different versions of the Willy Wonka style tickets can be found on the internet as memes, which are often captioned pictures or short videos that are shared through social media. […]
BETHESDA — Early in the season, the Whitman Vikings boys’ basketball team lost their first three games, but they have shown significant improvement since. Friday night was no different, as they hosted the Churchill Bulldogs and defeated them, 59-45, behind two impressive performances from seniors Jason Lewis and Brendan Shaver. From start to finish, Whitman […]
By Lem Satterfield @lemslatest Churchill senior Carlos Villamar pinned seven of eight opponents, with a forfeit being the other victory on the way to earning the 138-pound title at the Jan. 11-12 Hammond Duals Tournament. Villamar pinned Blair freshman Hyun Kim in the title bout, improving his record for the year at 26-3 and pacing […]
For the past decade, Winston Churchill High School in Potomac has had a remarkable boys lacrosse program filled with many college commits and regional titles. This year was no different.
This past year, Churchill’s boys lacrosse program saw five of its seniors commit to playing in college: Brady Altobello, Ryan Leonard, Jack Taylor, Reed Moshyedi, and Jimmy Rubino.
According to head coach Jeff Fritz, they are the most recruits Churchill has had in one season, as no other public Montgomery County school has ever had more than two Division I recruits in a single year.
“These five were great gentlemen both on and off the field and I have no doubt in my mind that they will be successful in life,” Fritz said. “They were great leaders both on and off the field, in the classroom, and in the community!”
Memorial making its rounds through the county outlines those killed in school shootings
As David Williams gazed at the display of T-shirts blowing in the breeze at Richard Montgomery High School in Rockville, he shook his head and said, “These could be my classmates. These T-shirts could fit me.”
Each of the 258 T-shirts hanging along a fence at the high school depicts one young life that had been cut down so far this year due to gun violence in schools throughout the country.
Williams, a 17-year-old high-school senior, said, “It’s important to demonstrate a point like this. It’s definitely attracting attention.”
The T-shirt exhibit has been making the rounds at the many County high schools and already visited Winston Churchill High School in Potomac and Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School.